Back to Squawk list
  • 26

NTSB: Southwest 737’s engine damaged when fan blade snapped

提交時間:
 
Investigators with the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found evidence of a crack “consistent” with metal fatigue in the titanium-alloy blade, it said in a statement on the agency’s website. (www.seattletimes.com) 更多...

Sort type: [Top] [Newest]


wwharris
Bill Harris 7
NTSB Press release: http://www.ntsb.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/PR20160912.aspx
WhiteKnight77
While most images of the engine do not show the missing blade, there is one that does at http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/content/ktrk/images/cms/1487725_1280x720.jpg. I had a suspicion that a blade came off due to the damage to the fuselage. As someone in the NDT sector who as experience with gas turbine blades both forged and cast, it was easy to have such suspicions. It was good that no one was hurt when it came off.

登入

還沒有帳戶嗎? 現在就註冊(免費),設置諸多客制化功能、航班提醒等等!
本網站使用cookie。您使用並繼續瀏覽本網站,即表示您接受這一點。
退出
您知道FlightAware航班跟蹤是由廣告支持嗎?
通過允許展示來自FlightAware.com的廣告,您可以幫助我們使FlightAware保持免費。我們努力使我們的廣告保持相關性,同時不顯突兀,以創造一流的體驗。在FlightAware上將廣告加入白名單快速而簡單,或者請您考慮選擇我們的高級帳戶.
退出