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Aircraft unpressurizes at 10000 ft. what is the cause?

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If it were a real aircraft and not a model Delta Connection Skywest Crj-200, broken cabin pressure dump valve.

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Learn About an Aircraft, Part 1

First we'll cover panel instruments and how they're used.

Familiarize yourself with the six pack.The six instruments in the center of the instrument panel used mostly for IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) and are always in the following order:

  • Top left: The "Airspeed Indicator" shows aircraft airspeed, in knots. (nautical miles) per hour. It also displays the airspeed limitations in white, green, yellow, and red arcs.

  • Top center: The "Artificial Horizon" Has a small aircraft symbol that depicts the aircraft required attitude,for level flight, and shows whether the aircraft is climbing or descending, as well as the angle of bank.

  • Top right: The "Altimeter" a three hand clock type instrument that shows altitude of the aircraft in feet MSL, (feet above mean sea level).

  • Lower left: The "Turn and Bank Indicator" is a dual instrument which tells your angle of bank and whether you are in a coordinated turn. Sometimes called the "Needle Ball". For straight and level flight, keep the wings level and the ball centered.

  • Lower center:The "Heading Indicator". A stable gyro instrument that shows the aircraft's current compass heading. Use the Control Wheel to keep the aircraft on the desired heading.

  • Lower right: The "Vertical Speed Indicator" which tells how fast you are losing or gaining altitude, in feet per minute. Keep this instrument at zero to maintain level flight.


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I have 10000 sqft in drywall how much linear ft is it

Drywall sheets are 4 feet wide. Thus, each foot of a drywall sheet contains 4 square feet. Divide 10,000 by 4 = 2500 linear feet of drywall sheets. Add 5 to 10% for wastage.

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What could be the cause for a broken gear on my aircraft?

There are two main reasons why the gear is broken. One is when the engine kicks back which can cause fractures in the starter drive gear. Second is when the engine retracts and extends in an unusual way.

Sep 10, 2012 | Champion Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Could the resistance to the starter be the reason that my starter is starting slow?

Jessy is correct, but there are a number of other points to note.

You didn\'t mention the aircraft type nor engine type, so I can\'t be too specific. The location of the battery is important; some aircraft have the battery in the back, some under a seat and some in the engine bay. The distance from the battery will have an effect on the starter. Earlier aircraft types have been known to have aluminium battery cables. If they are fitted on your aircraft you should change them to copper. (Most copper cables will be \'tinned\' so they will look silver, don\'t confuse them with aluminium). The engine is mounted with rubber mounting blocks, there should be a large earth strap or cable fixed to the engine from a \'ground\' point on the aircraft or engine mount. This earth lead is very important and should be very well secured. If it is not the starter will find an earth through other electrical leads such as the \'screening\' around the magneto switch leads or the alternator field leads. This can cause a fire. What I normally do is to take each earth lead and secure it using a \'shakeproof\' or \'star\' type locking washer between the lead head and the engine or airframe ground point, (like a sandwich). This helps to make a sound connection. The live leads should not be overlooked either, nor the condition of the battery and the battery terminals. Lastly, some of the smaller aircraft engines were plagued with bad starting due to the fact that the starter turned the engine too fast and the magneto impulse coupling retracted so not allowing the impulse to catch on the impulse pawl, thus the ignition was not retarded nor was the impulse \'wound up\' to give a good spark. The solution to this problem was to fit starters with a different gearing that slowed down the cranking speed. There is a Lycoming service letter on this subject. So, check that you have the correct starter fitted to the engine type - not all starters are the same!

Sep 10, 2012 | Champion Sport & Outdoor - Others

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I have a broken gear on my aircraft starter, what could be the causes?

In some cases engine kickback will fracture starter drive gears. Kick back is related to engine set upand can be anything from incorrect timing to problems with the fuel system.

Jul 09, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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I have a Maytag window unit and i am trying to find out how many btu is has. right now it is in a small room and i want to know if it will work in a bigger size room. MODEL M6Q1OF2A SERIAL CR 264327...

that is a 10000 btu unit and a good rule of thumb to go by when 'sizing' a unit is 12000 btu for every 600 sq ft of cooling space (if the place is well insulated) or 400 sq ft (if not well insulated).
So, you have a 10000 btu unit which is 5/6th of 12000 btu - so - can reasonably expect that unit to cool approximately 500 sq feet.
In other words the room it's in now could be only - say - 300 sq feet (and well insulated) - in which case the AC unit is cooling it - well.
However, if you try to cool a 800 sq ft room - it will not work as well.
Hope this has helped.

Aug 05, 2011 | Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner

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