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Forum: Tech Log
28th May 2008, 01:31
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

He's a sly one, alright. Nearly as subtle as a...

He's a sly one, alright. Nearly as subtle as a wounded ox during mating season in a briar patch full of stinging nettle and horseflies. Nearly.
Forum: Tech Log
28th May 2008, 00:00
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

No, that's why he was banned. His input...

No, that's why he was banned. His input contributed nothing.

You've very recently joined, I see...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd May 2008, 18:16
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

Increased "space" between V1 and VR is not...

Increased "space" between V1 and VR is not necessarily a function of reduced thrust.

If one can show adequate stopping distance from V1, it doesn't matter where on the runway it occurs. Or that...
Forum: Tech Log
22nd May 2008, 04:50
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

So you say, but you didn't come here to learn,...

So you say, but you didn't come here to learn, nor have you done so. You came here to preach a failed sermon based on conjecture, ignorance, and emotion, with no useful information. You certainly...
Forum: Tech Log
22nd May 2008, 02:11
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

Problem before V1...you're rejecting. Problem...

Problem before V1...you're rejecting. Problem after V1, you're going.

Stick to one screen name. I realize that ssg got pounded and had no credibility, but coming back as a different name doesn't...
Forum: Tech Log
21st May 2008, 23:09
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

No need. The takeoff data is already before you....

No need. The takeoff data is already before you. You needn't contact the dead, just be able to read a simple performance chart and abide by the numbers.

If you don't have directional control...
Forum: Tech Log
21st May 2008, 07:08
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

A few business aircraft cruise up to FL510, but...

A few business aircraft cruise up to FL510, but most remain at or below FL410. Operating above those altitudes is an option for non-RVSM equipment, and aircraft wishing to avoid both weather and...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 20:51
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

"Full thrust" is a misleading term, as it may...

"Full thrust" is a misleading term, as it may cause one to suppose it means whatever power a full thrust lever setting can deliver. Instead it is better read to mean the maximum power setting under...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 18:26
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

This is because you're considering the wrong...

This is because you're considering the wrong regulations. Operational regulations are irrelevant. What you need to consider are certification regulations. A two engine transport category airplane,...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 16:29
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

I'll answer that. Light transport category...

I'll answer that. Light transport category airplanes use the same performance rules that large transport category aircraft use. The training standard is the same, too. Most have reduced thrust...
Forum: Tech Log
18th May 2008, 14:35
Replies: 154
Views: 11,797
Posted By SNS3Guppy

From my perspective as a pilot, we've used...

From my perspective as a pilot, we've used reduced thrust where able in most types of aircraft I've flown, certainly most all turbine equipment, including agricultural, corporate/charter airplanes,...
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