Find More Posts by CMpilot1. I'm not quite sure if the same validation will be achieved with autothrust if it simply drives the engine to the same condition where it stalled in the first place without a chance for it to stabilize at a slightly lower thrust setting. Also, the end note says, "continue engine operations if a stall does not recur". Just done this in the sim right now for you.
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Tech Log The very best in practical technical discussion on the web. This will allow the early detection of a possible action slip or omission. Take the rest of the day off. Find More Posts by fpuentegomez.
I know Airbus don't want us to think, but here is a good example of when some logical thought can save embarrassment. If you wish to qrrh or participate in the discussions about articles you are invited to join SKYbrary as a registered user.
Retrieved from " https: In order to maintain the IAS, you would need to reduce the thrust on the "good" engine as you bring the "distressed" engine up. Find More Posts by flying headbutt. Find More Posts by CMpilot1. Last edited by Willie Nelson; 16th Jan at Its something that makes sense, as it makes sense to check all the required range of thrust by doing the appropriate steps to accomplish this task. On stiff crosswinds we'd advance the center engine slightly with taxiing onto the runway.
In the cockpit the compressor stall was a blip on the EPR and perhaps a minor noise or shudder.
A320 engine stall In flight QRH procedure
The QRH is a stand-alone document. Yes, you have to know what you are doing. Just done this in the sim right now for you. One of the biggest problems of the sim is that it is simply not realistic.
The design and development of the QRH is critical to the proper response to appropriate situations. I've seen this go wrong in the box as described so many times, all I'm qrrh to do is to promote thinking. Unless I was being shot at, I would return and get it looked at.
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More than in any other document, clear and unambiguous layout ergonomics is paramount in the QRH in order to avoid any:. I'm surprised it doesn't say "slowly advance thrust to either full power or surge, which ever comes first. Find More Posts by Lantirn.
CLB detent is enough. You are controlling the thrust on that engine manually. A qrb stall In flight QRH procedure. If it surges just above idle then you would consider an engine out approach with one left at idle.
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I'm also minded to think that modern FADEC engines don't complain unless there is a bloody good reason. This strategy may include successive phases and each phase includes action steps that may be linked to a pre-condition i.
I agree with the above. Find Q320 Posts by mcdhu. Too many of today's pilots are so scared of doing anything that is not written down and in detail. I can see what mcdhu is saying in fact having re read it that would give you an opportunity to exercise the full range of the engine.
Find More Posts by lomapaseo. I'm not quite sure if the same validation will be achieved with autothrust if it simply drives the engine to the same condition where it stalled in the first place without a chance for it to stabilize at a slightly lower thrust setting.
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