An earthquake revealed in shale rock previously trapped fuel
Second, FPAS is only a tool and can lie to you if you let it, especially if you have trapped fuel
. I knew our descent to 10,000 feet would significantly reduce our fuel-remaining at Midway, but once we leveled off and saw 6,400 pounds of fuel, I trusted that we had enough.
Directional drilling bores horizontally sometimes a mile or more through the richest layer of rock, allowing more of the trapped fuel
to make it into the well.
He now faced the problem of having 4,000 pounds of trapped fuel
in addition to his gear retraction failure, at night with poor weather.
This would enable the trapped fuel
to drain into the engine and drop the pressure.
Distinct from short-circuiting, incomplete combustion is defined as the fraction of the energy in the trapped fuel
that is not released during combustion.
At eight miles, we were transferring gas only from the main bags, and had 2,800 pounds of trapped fuel
in the wings.
With 12,000 pounds of trapped fuel
, the SOF calculated that Lt Howland's aircraft was too heavy to take an approach end cable, due to higher-than-normal approach speed, and also too heavy to stop on the wet runway for the same reason.
That way, all losses, except the loss through scavenging losses, were referenced to the trapped fuel
As a result of continually cross-bleeding the right engine to maintain reliable flight controls (after a series of subsequent flight-control failures), we trapped fuel
in the No.
In summary, the variation in the amount of trapped fuel
across cylinders is more significant at late IVC timings in part due to the larger amount of the total injected fuel that is ultimately pushed into the intake manifold.
Without bleed air, I was left without normal oxygen, no ECS pressurization or cooling, no throttle boost, and 3,400 pounds of trapped fuel
in nay external fuel tanks.