thrust lever


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thrust lever

The power lever or throttle(s) of a jet engine. See throttle friction nut.
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The Air Accidents Investigation Branch said it was caused by sudden movement of the right engine thrust lever, "directly through physical contact or indirectly through snagging with clothing or equipment".
Since the FADEC manages all of this, our role was limited to ensuring the thrust lever was in its idle position and flicking on the engine master.
A mouse is used to move thrust levers and switches.
Pulling symbolic thrust levers to give the satellite a fitting launch were Dr.
Ankles, if during thrust levers are gender II[degrees], in which the focus is the support of the forefoot, the power goes from the heart to the ankle joint, the resistance is from the fulcrum inside of the hock, in the landing phase becomes of gender III[degrees]; the resistance and power have in fact reversed.
Its major controls are the flight control unit (FCU), the multifunction keyboard of the control display unit (MCDU; one for each pilot), the sidesticks, and the thrust levers.