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Dat Boein'
« on: Sun, 21 February 2021, 07:19:29 »
So y'all saw 777 blew out an engine. 


This all has to do with the labor/maintenance friction resultant of covid.

We might expect alot more bad stuff to happen ?

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Confidence in airtravel will continue to be low.   It's a gud' thing Tp4 is a poor person and can't fordz flyn'.


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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #1 on: Sun, 21 February 2021, 07:54:17 »
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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 21 February 2021, 07:58:11 »
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« Reply #3 on: Sun, 21 February 2021, 08:11:03 »
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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #4 on: Sun, 21 February 2021, 21:22:31 »
This is an engine issue not a Boeing issue, they don't make the engine.

FAA is grounding 777s with that engine (they have more than one engine option) and telling them to do an enhanced inspection, it could be a maintenance issue or a temp issue but usually that doesn't usually send the FAA into action like this. The only time I saw action like this was when they were concerned it was a manufacturing defect.

It looks like the engine shelled (blade failure), basically a blade broke off and wrecked holy hell at high centrifugal force. While it looks bad, this is pretty much a worst case scenario for turbine engine failure and it worked exactly as it should, the engine held together, no one was hurt and the plane landed safely. The parts that blew off were mostly just shrouding and probably came off due to the bending and twisting of the housing, not because they were impacted by flying debris.

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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #5 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 09:47:02 »
It's either a GE or Rolls Royce issue (normally who manufactures Boeing's engines).

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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #6 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 10:34:26 »
planes have redundancy they can actually lose all engines and land safely on pretty much all flights, and those failures are known to happen, not that engines are tested to not fail catastrophically (read:transform into a fireball) in case of a blade disintegrating, because it can happen when a pigeon fly into them, and not maintenance can see a pigeon coming mid takeoff.
and nuclear power plants have many failsafes, even before Chernobyl, and many more with each disaster since (fukushima was 2 huge natural disasters occurring on the same plant at a few hours of one an other, find other plants that are in a highly active seismic zone AND near the waterfront)
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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #7 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 11:00:58 »

find other plants that are in a highly active seismic zone AND near the waterfront


That's easy: Diablo Canyon
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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #8 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 11:28:04 »
planes have redundancy they can actually lose all engines and land safely on pretty much all flights, and those failures are known to happen, not that engines are tested to not fail catastrophically (read:transform into a fireball) in case of a blade disintegrating, because it can happen when a pigeon fly into them, and not maintenance can see a pigeon coming mid takeoff.

This is 100% true. For a good story involving planes that lost their engines and made emergency landings, look into the Gimli Glider and stories like it. Wild stuff.

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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #9 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 13:09:16 »
It's either a GE or Rolls Royce issue (normally who manufactures Boeing's engines).

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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #10 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 13:10:56 »
It's either a GE or Rolls Royce issue (normally who manufactures Boeing's engines).

Pratt and Whitney


The engine is sound,  it's a Failed Government issue.

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Re: Dat Boein'
« Reply #11 on: Mon, 22 February 2021, 21:16:39 »
planes have redundancy they can actually lose all engines and land safely on pretty much all flights, and those failures are known to happen, not that engines are tested to not fail catastrophically (read:transform into a fireball) in case of a blade disintegrating, because it can happen when a pigeon fly into them, and not maintenance can see a pigeon coming mid takeoff.
Most jets, especially one the size of an airliner can handle a pigeon, the engine may suffer minor damage but a bird, especially the size of a pigeon shouldn't cause catastrophic blade failure. FAA specs say they need to maintain 50% power even after sucking down a bird. Dangerous, expensive and time consuming but not catastrophic.

Icing is the bigger fear, more dense and often comes off in large chunks from the inlet.
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