Since the accident the pilot and his co-pilot have undergone training focussing on the overspeed
recovery, the report said.
The report concluded: "The serious injuries suffered by a cabin crew member occurred because significant manual control inputs were applied in response to an impending overspeed
, which resulted in the aircraft manoeuvring abruptly.
Sentry G3 is Sensonics latest generation of protection equipment for overspeed
SHUTDOWN OCCURS WHEN THE ENGINE SPEED GOES 10 PERCENT BEYOND ITS RATED SPEED.
Identifying abnormal Nr (high or low) is the best way to differentiate between overspeed
It features two-channel operation and can be used for standstill and overspeed
monitoring of three-phase motors.
Its rigid frame is designed for stability, and a constant-force barrel/spindle mechanism has the ability to reduce overspeed
In the event of an engine overspeed
condition, typically at about 2,300rpm, a switch triggers both the fuel shut-off and the Pyroban air intake shutdown valve to ensure that the engine shuts down, it added.
PTC systems are used to prevent train-to-train collisions, overspeed
derailments and casualties or injuries to roadway workers.
Some local media said that the bus fell into a ravine after it overturned due to overspeed
Within two minutes, the autopilot disconnected and five seconds later, pilots began receiving spurious cockpit alarms and alerts about stalling and overspeed
warnings, along with fluctuating airspeed and altitude readings.
"The Gulf of Mexico accident has meant that oil and gas operating companies pay more attention to the generator set overspeed