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SE136: Engine Event Recovery Training
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This safety enhancement reduces accidents and incidents resulting from an engine surge caused by ice ingestion by adequate training for flight crews to ensure appropriate responses to this event. This training should include:
- Engine out identification;
- Engine surge recovery procedures; and
- Associated aircraft recovery.
Related Implementation Plan
Turboprop Engine Malfunction Recognition and Response training had previously been developed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) in conjunction with aviation industry and in response to the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA) Report on Propulsion System Malfunction and Inappropriate Crew Response (PSM+ICR). The material also includes a short video, which is available on the CAST CD. At this time, there is no mechanism to request the CD.
The textual material includes:
- Basic Familiarization
- Engine Fundamentals
- Propeller Fundamentals
- Engine Types
- Single-Shaft Engine
- Simulation of Engine Failure
- Asymmetric Flight
This material (including the video) was judged by CAST to fulfill the intent of SE136.
Additionally, Turbofan Engine Malfunction Recognition and Response training had been developed by the FAA and the Air Transport Association (ATA). The material also includes text and a short video, which is available on the CAST CD. At this time, there is no mechanism to request the CD.