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1. Turbines have memory means the mechanism of the turbine system and how it can withstand thermal damages and keep running despite being overworked by heat. It also shows how important it can be to an investigation. Feathering is a technique you can use in the event of an engine failure, to decrease drag so you can either glide farther or have better performance on the remaining engine. 2. Turbine engines will show more information relating to an accident. There’s more to it, so there’s more you can investigate to come up with a better conclusion on what happened. A Reciprocating engine is just a more difficult engine to interpret. 3. Intake of air (and possibly fuel). Compression of the air (and possibly fuel). Combustion, where fuel is injected (if it was not drawn in with the intake air) and burned to convert the

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