Questions tagged [engine-failure]

An engine failure occurs when one or more engines on an aircraft stop functioning normally. This is often assumed to mean a complete loss of power from the engine, but partial power loss and excess power are also engine failures.

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How controllable is the 737 in single-engine manual-reversion flight? Is it controllably landable (or go-around-able) in this condition?

The 737 is practically the only civilian jetliner still in production1 to have provisions for flight-control manual reversion; in the event of a total failure of the A and B hydraulic systems, the 737’...
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Is there any mechanism in engine mount to prevent shock loads on engine while landing?

How engine is mounted in wing is restricting motion in any direction but is it still resistant to shock loads, or is there any mechanism inside engine associated to bearings that will absorb shock ...
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What could cause an engine shutdown on a Q400 with CDS codes 732, 907, 915 and 938?

A Bombardier Q400 displays error code 938 on the Central Diagnostics System(CDS), which is attributed to turbomachinery chip detector. An examination shows debris in the detector hitch which is ...
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What is the glide ratio of a DA42?

I was looking for the best glide speed of a DA42 with both engines out, but it seems it's not in the POH. In the emergency checklist, it only mentions a speed of 85 knots to maintain on final approach ...