References faa 2010 aircraft accident report

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References FAA. (2010). Aircraft Accident Report. Department for Transport. Retrieved from (http Joshua Morisawa () Feb 8, 2021 Good afternoon,
23/03/2021 Topic: 4.3 Discussion: Case Study Reflection 10/54 Reply Others had previously mentioned that they did agree with your assessment of the accident being unavoidable, and I have to as well. While unaware of the potential accumulation of ice in the fuel system, designers and evaluators were not liable to issues that have not been properly identified. Yes, they could have increased extreme weather testing, as shown in your linked video, but they also operated within the parameters that were standardized by the various certificate agencies. This should act as a lesson to manufacturers to begin implementing processes like the one you mentioned from the article by Lutkevich. Josh (http Jesse Gonzales () Feb 8, 2021 Reply Matthew, Great explanation of the various aspects of this accident. I also agree with you that this accident was simply unavoidable given the knowledge at that time. The FOHE was designed within specifications published at that time, and in theory should've provided sufficient protection from ice formation in the fuel lines. Unfortunately, it usually takes a mishap like this one to identify hazards that have not been encountered before, to realize the limitations of systems such as this one. The remedy for this issue is appropriate and should provide much better performance for the FOHE in preventing similar incidents from occurring. The video you provided is very interesting, and it shows the lengths that aircraft manufacturers must take to ensure they are producing a safe product. Jesse (https:// Khairul Azuar () Feb 3, 2021 Hello class! The accident that I chose to analyze would be USAir flight 427, a Boeing 737-3B7. In September of 1994, a USAir flight carrying 132 passengers and crew crashed while approaching runway 28R of Pittsburgh International Airport. No one survived and the crash was so severe that the NTSB officers needed to wear biohazard suits to enter the accident site. Investigations were conducted and it was concluded that a wake was encountered by
23/03/2021 Topic: 4.3 Discussion: Case Study Reflection 11/54 Reply the aircraft from the preceding aircraft which was a being 727. This wake encounter caused the aircraft to lose control. However, the loss of control was further exaggerated with a full rudder malfunction with its position in the direct opposite of the one desired by the flight crew. In an effort to control the aircraft, the pilots choose to raise the elevator to its full up position, pushing the aircraft to a stall, causing it to crash.

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