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#2868568 How Do I Change The Layout Here?

Posted by Squirrel on 28 July 2014 - 09:48 PM

we do bottom left change theme.




#2865257 Why did you become a Panther fan?

Posted by Squirrel on 26 July 2014 - 04:42 AM

Because Dan Snyder bought the Redskins.




#2858546 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 20 July 2014 - 12:36 AM

Arsen is so biased against Russia.

 

Yes, Not taking Russians or Ukraines word on any of this.  Ukraine has been caught before lying to get political support.




#2858522 Have a feeling we're on a verge of WWIII.

Posted by Squirrel on 19 July 2014 - 11:38 PM

They need to get to US first... Imaging how much fuel and food you need to support a military for 200,000,000 people.  How much weapons and other things.  It's impossible for China to support this kind of military.  poo, US would not be able to support military this big.  Also, if you look at Russian and Chinese military, they build for defense, US military is build for assault. 

 

ICBM's work pretty well.  Any ground or ship forces would be taken out by the airforce and navy jets. 




#2857631 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 18 July 2014 - 11:14 PM

In terms of being diabolical imperialist super power bully.
Sorry figured you could put two and two together.

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#2856963 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 18 July 2014 - 12:31 PM

The list of what a FDR captures

 

 

(1) Time;
(2) Pressure altitude;
(3) Indicated airspeed;
(4) Heading—primary flight crew reference (if selectable, record discrete, true or magnetic);
(5) Normal acceleration (Vertical);
(6) Pitch attitude;
(7) Roll attitude;
(8) Manual radio transmitter keying, or CVR/DFDR synchronization reference;
(9) Thrust/power of each engine—primary flight crew reference;
(10) Autopilot engagement status;
(11) Longitudinal acceleration;
(12) Pitch control input;
(13) Lateral control input;
(14) Rudder pedal input;
(15) Primary pitch control surface position;
(16) Primary lateral control surface position;
(17) Primary yaw control surface position;
(18) Lateral acceleration;
(19) Pitch trim surface position or parameters of paragraph (a)(82) of this section if currently recorded;
(20) Trailing edge flap or cockpit flap control selection (except when parameters of paragraph (a)(85) of this section apply);
(21) Leading edge flap or cockpit flap control selection (except when parameters of paragraph (a)(86) of this section apply);
(22) Each Thrust reverser position (or equivalent for propeller airplane);
(23) Ground spoiler position or speed brake selection (except when parameters of paragraph (a)(87) of this section apply);
(24) Outside or total air temperature;
(25) Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) modes and engagement status, including autothrottle;
(26) Radio altitude (when an information source is installed);
(27) Localizer deviation, MLS Azimuth;
(28) Glideslope deviation, MLS Elevation;
(29) Marker beacon passage;
(30) Master warning;
(31) Air/ground sensor (primary airplane system reference nose or main gear);
(32) Angle of attack (when information source is installed);
(33) Hydraulic pressure low (each system);
(34) Ground speed (when an information source is installed);
(35) Ground proximity warning system;
(36) Landing gear position or landing gear cockpit control selection;
(37) Drift angle (when an information source is installed);
(38) Wind speed and direction (when an information source is installed);
(39) Latitude and longitude (when an information source is installed);
(40) Stick shaker/pusher (when an information source is installed);
(41) Windshear (when an information source is installed);
(42) Throttle/power lever position;
(43) Additional engine parameters (as designated in Appendix M of this part);
(44) Traffic alert and collision avoidance system;
(45) DME 1 and 2 distances;
(46) Nav 1 and 2 selected frequency;
(47) Selected barometric setting (when an information source is installed);
(48) Selected altitude (when an information source is installed);
(49) Selected speed (when an information source is installed);
(50) Selected mach (when an information source is installed);
(51) Selected vertical speed (when an information source is installed);
(52) Selected heading (when an information source is installed);
(53) Selected flight path (when an information source is installed);
(54) Selected decision height (when an information source is installed);
(55) EFIS display format;
(56) Multi-function/engine/alerts display format;
(57) Thrust command (when an information source is installed);
(58) Thrust target (when an information source is installed);
(59) Fuel quantity in CG trim tank (when an information source is installed);
(60) Primary Navigation System Reference;
(61) Icing (when an information source is installed);
(62) Engine warning each engine vibration (when an information source is installed);
(63) Engine warning each engine over temp. (when an information source is installed);
(64) Engine warning each engine oil pressure low (when an information source is installed);
(65) Engine warning each engine over speed (when an information source is installed);
(66) Yaw trim surface position;
(67) Roll trim surface position;
(68) Brake pressure (selected system);
(69) Brake pedal application (left and right);
(70) Yaw or sideslip angle (when an information source is installed);
(71) Engine bleed valve position (when an information source is installed);
(72) De-icing or anti-icing system selection (when an information source is installed);
(73) Computed center of gravity (when an information source is installed);
(74) AC electrical bus status;
(75) DC electrical bus status;
(76) APU bleed valve position (when an information source is installed);
(77) Hydraulic pressure (each system);
(78) Loss of cabin pressure;
(79) Computer failure;
(80) Heads-up display (when an information source is installed);
(81) Para-visual display (when an information source is installed);
(82) Cockpit trim control input position—pitch;
(83) Cockpit trim control input position—roll;
(84) Cockpit trim control input position—yaw;
(85) Trailing edge flap and cockpit flap control position;
(86) Leading edge flap and cockpit flap control position;
(87) Ground spoiler position and speed brake selection;
(88) All cockpit flight control input forces (control wheel, control column, rudder pedal);
(89) Yaw damper status;
(90) Yaw damper command; and
(91) Standby rudder valve status.



#2856944 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 18 July 2014 - 12:28 PM

Black box can tell many things.  When flight was shutdown, location, voices, radar readings that can possibly show if rocket came from Russia, when airplane broke apart.

 

Of the 91 things the FDR does.  Rocket tracking it does not do. 

 

 

 

Edit: It does loss of cabin pressure and time so what you said right above is true.




#2856913 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 18 July 2014 - 12:16 PM

Maybe I am ignorant but what real benefit does finding the "black box" have in a situation like this? If they know the plane was shot down, what else will the black box tell them?

 

The voice recording is only 30 minutes the could have gotten a warning to deviate course.  Or teh russians could tamper with it and try to make it seem that way.




#2856827 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 18 July 2014 - 11:40 AM

I am assuming that any company would research and have connections regarding hostile areas that can be hazardous to fly over.

Maybe many other companies have taken risk but it sounds like something is still missing in this picture. It's still early but this is not going to turn out well because we are all sure Russia's fingerprints are on this.

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They do but like DD said there are multiple conflict area over there.  Ukraine, Iraq,Syriaand afghanstan. Flight has to get from point A to point B some way.  Take also that some airlines wont fly over Iran this limits your routes.  Havent dispatched a plane over there for a few years so not up on the current restrictions.  But at a quick glance and what I have heard Malaysia was following the FIR Notam and the one the FAA put out didnt even cover that region.  Back when Iraq was very hot you had to have special permission to fly over it.  But from a airline view if the controlling country put something out that it is safe to fly above a certain altitude them I have to assume that is true.




#2855485 Malaysian airlines lost contact with another Jet

Posted by Squirrel on 17 July 2014 - 01:24 PM

Yeah, but planes have been shot down over Ukraine for the last month, so the warning was there. The route could have easily been modified. Unfortunately, will never know why this flight was shot down and not an Air France flight or some other airline.

Personally, I think the Ukrainian separatists, pro Russians picked up a UFO and shot it down mistaking it as a Ukrainian fighter plane.

Just speculation, but still a tragic circumstance and airlines need to be on alert.

 

The Airliner will most likely get shutdown over this.  ICAO put out a warning to avoid that region. They didnt say not to fly through it but did say it would be best to avoid it.  The FAA made all US carriers avoid it and can operate in it.  The lawsuit following this will put Malaysia Airlines out of business.  They was struggle before the disappearance of the other flight.  This one will shut them down.  

 

 

The Dispatcher and Pilot are supposed to review all Notams but this Notam only went up to 290000 feet.  So they just overflew the Notam. 




#2854025 Huddle Podcast Episode 4 - Greg Hardy, Training Camp, and Beer

Posted by Squirrel on 16 July 2014 - 12:06 PM

Football is so close that I can barely stand myself. Bring it!


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I can never stand myself.




#2853910 Huddle Podcast Episode 4 - Greg Hardy, Training Camp, and Beer

Posted by Squirrel on 16 July 2014 - 10:58 AM

Like the red ales myself.




#2853793 Huddle Podcast Episode 4 - Greg Hardy, Training Camp, and Beer

Posted by Squirrel on 16 July 2014 - 09:56 AM

Titties and Beers. Nice!  




#2849786 Dukes of Hazzard Question

Posted by Squirrel on 13 July 2014 - 10:56 PM

Those other guys were never the same.

 

They looked too city. 




#2849731 Dukes of Hazzard Question

Posted by Squirrel on 13 July 2014 - 09:42 PM

Yeah John was the only one to play Bo. But thye did replace both was after the 3rd or 4th season due to Snyder and Wopat wanting more money.   Way they wrote it in was they was cousins and Boss Hogg let Luke and Bo go drive Nascar.






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