HALTE AU FEU CONTRE BOEING !

URGENT DE REMETTRE LES PENDULES À L'HEURE ! BOEING A PARFAITEMENT INFORMÉ SES CLIENTS ET LES PILOTES. TOUT CELA FIGURE DANS LE FLIGHT CREW TRAINING MANUEL (FTCM) DU 737 MAX. ET SI LA PRESSE ÉVITAIT DE S'EMBALLER ?

Mis à jour le 19/11

`Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg told Fox Business Network on Tuesday (13) that information was available as part of the training manual ( FTCM )

CNN Breaking News at 5:41 am   
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/18/americas/lion-air-boeing-safety-intl/index.html

 


Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS)

MCAS (Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System) is implemented on the 737 MAX to enhance pitch characteristics with flaps UP and at elevated angles of attack. The MCAS function commands nose down stabilizer to enhance pitch characteristics during steep turns with elevated load factors and during flaps up flight at airspeeds approaching stall. MCAS is activated without pilot input and only operates in manual, flaps up flight. The system is designed to allow the flight crew to use column trim switch or stabilizer aislestand cutout switches to override MCAS input. The function is commanded by the Flight Control computer using input data from sensors and other airplane systems.

The MCAS function becomes active when the airplane Angle of Attack exceeds a threshold based on airspeed and altitude. Stabilizer incremental commands are limited to 2.5 degrees and are provided at a rate of 0.27 degrees per second. The magnitude of the stabilizer input is lower at high Mach number and greater at low Mach numbers. The function is reset once angle of attack falls below the Angle of Attack threshold or if manual stabilizer commands are provided by the flight crew. If the original elevated AOA condition persists, the MCAS function commands another incremental stabilizer nose down command according to current aircraft Mach number at actuation.

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