dead engine

dead engine

An engine that cannot be started after in-flight shutdown.
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Tenders are invited for Check Valve 3/8 Inch Dead Engine To Dlw Part No.
But he did not have the luxury of being able to open the throttle on a dead engine to avoid them.
The virus hid its electronic tracks, but an analysis by the security firm Symantec showed that the code included the term "DEADFOO7," which could refer to the aviation term for a dead engine, and also be a play on James Bond's fictional code name.
I then placed the ailerons over the dead engine, with corresponding forward yoke pressure to aid in directional control.
Tibbets recalled that Doolittle took off, killed one of the engines and feathered the prop while executing high performance maneuvers, including a loop-the-loop, before restarting the dead engine prior to a successful landing.
The expert riders start on the front line using a dead engine (kick and go) start when a flag is raised.
An aviation expert said: "He'd have needed a strong reason for turning into a dead engine.
An aviation expert said last night: "He'd have needed a strong reason for turning into a dead engine.
I was mowing around a tree when I heard the distinct clang you hear as a mower hits a rock -- then the silence of a dead engine.
The Utility Series recharges while the vehicle is in operation, is redundant and can provide engine ignition power in case of a dead engine battery, reducing down time and stranded drivers.
Full Power Steering With Emergency Dead Engine Steering Capability