Re: Loss of an engine

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Date:         04 Jan 95 00:40:58 
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>Since the windmilling prop usually keeps turning and generators etc may
>stay on the line, a power loss might not be noticed 

Maybe on a reciprocating engine. No way this can happen with a turboprop
or tubojet/fan engine. You need a min of about 45% N2 to keep the
generators online on a 737/727 - I doubt you can get that off of a
windmilling engine.