Engine Failure

  • (noun): Engine does not run.

Some articles on engine failure, engines, engine failures, engine, failure:

The Motorsports Group - Nationwide Series - 1993-1998
... Tom Peck finished out the season for Key, failing to finish both races due to engine failure ... After finishing 38th due to an engine failure, Bown finished 9th at the following race at Charlotte before suffering another engine failure at North Carolina Speedway ...
KLM Flight 867 - Engine Failure - Transcript
... a black cloud, heading 130.’’ Pilot — ‘‘KLM 867 we have flame out all engines and we are descending now!’’ Anchorage Center— ‘‘KLM 867 heavy, Anchorage ...
Turbine Engine Failure - Contained and Uncontained Failures
... terms are helpful in describing the nature of engine failures ... A “contained” engine failure is one in which components might separate inside the engine but either remain within the engine’s cases or exit the engine through the tail pipe ... This is a design feature of all engines and generally should not pose an immediate flight risk ...
Hubert Latham - Aviation Career - Attempts To Win Daily Mail Channel-crossing Prize
... from Cap Blanc-Nez, very near Sangatte, but after only 8 miles (13 km) his Antoinette IV suffered engine failure and Latham had to ditch in the Channel, thereby performing the world's first landing of ... After recovery of the aircraft, the engine was examined and a stray piece of wire was found inside the engine ... quayside on 19 July, Levavasseur was asked by the Daily Mail’s reporter Harry Harper if the failure had caused him to be discouraged ...
A330 - Development - Further Developments
... On 11 November 1996, engine failure on a Cathay Pacific flight forced it back to Ho Chi Minh City ... Pacific's affiliate Dragonair experienced an engine shutdown on an A330, caused by carbon clogging the oil filter ... Another engine failure occurred on 6 May during climbout with a Cathay Pacific A330 ...

Famous quotes containing the words failure and/or engine:

    All health and success does me good, however far off and withdrawn it may appear; all disease and failure helps to make me sad and does me evil, however much sympathy it may have with me or I with it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The will is never free—it is always attached to an object, a purpose. It is simply the engine in the car—it can’t steer.
    Joyce Cary (1888–1957)