Re: French 747 mishaps

From:         mikem727@aol.com (MikeM727)
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Date:         30 Jul 96 01:33:01 
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In article <airliners.1996.1354@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
Arnold@reedycreek.stanford.edu (Arnold Tang) writes:

>Curious--any 747 pilots out there--if an asymmetrical reverser condition
>on landing, what is the standard recovery procedure?  Is it to mirror the
>asymmetry by throttling only two engines, or by asymettrical throttling?

I'm not sure about the 747's specific procedures.  However, on most
aircraft, the pilot would just retard all throttles to idle.  There's not
enough time to identify which engine is faulty, find the "mirror" engine,
and then attempt to "cancel out" the asymmetry.

Mike,
ATP/FE, Boeing 727
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