By Dr. Jan Roskam
This ebook provides examples of classes discovered in aircraft layout on the grounds that 1945
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These types of training maneuvers were pretty much standard on the older DC-7, Stratocruiser and Constellation airplanes. Rarely did these maneuvers cause serious problems in transports with un-swept wings. 3 Solution In Ref. 10 the NTSB observed that this was the fifth such accident during a four year span (1965-1969). The NTSB recommended to the FAA that the following action be taken: 1. re-emphasize to pilots the characteristics of swept wing transports during critical OEI maneuvers 2. assure that flight instructors, trainees, and line pilots are well aware of safe and proper critical OEI procedures, the limits of sideslip angles, rudder availability and sideslip limits for vertical tail stalls 32 Design Lessons Learned from Operational Experience 3.
The captain, instructor pilot and flight engineer were not aware of the hydraulic fluid loss until it was called to their attention by the third pilot in the cockpit. All hydraulic pumps were then turned off in accordance with the existing emergency procedures for hydraulic fluid loss. There was no failure of the auxiliary hydraulic systems providing power to the rudder. 4 engine. The aircraft was not accelerated to the 180 knot, three-engine minimum control airspeed upon discovery of the hydraulic fluid loss.
3 Solution The NTSB recommended improvements in the cabin attendant training procedures. The board also suggested that the FAA require that public address systems in passenger aircraft be equipped with an independent power source. 4 Lesson The public address system in passenger airplanes should not fail with the shutdown of any engines(s). The electrical system should be designed to prevent this. 18) went out of control after take-off and crashed. The three cockpit crew members were killed. 18 Douglas DC-8-54F (Not accident aircraft, Courtesy Moe Bertrand) Witnesses noted that the aircraft take-off roll was normal.