Date: 28 Jun 98 18:47:24 From: "P. Wezeman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: The University of Iowa References: 1 2
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On 26 Jun 1998, Jim Eadie wrote: > One obvious problem is the loss of thrust if the large engine failed during > takeoff or climb. See 14 CFR 25.121 "Climb: One-engine-inoperative" and > 25.123 "En route flight paths" I believe that they have this problem covered. The smaller engine is the same size as one of the engines on a conventional twin of the same weight, so with the big engine out they should climb as well as a conventional twin with either engine out. Of course the size of the smaller engine would have to be in proportion to the slightly greater weight and engine-out drag of the 3X jet. Peter Wezeman, anti-social Darwinist "Carpe Cyprinidae"