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Now, my question is: Why are these engines placed in engine no. 2 position? I know the wing fairings are stronger near the fuselage, as they are near the centre-wing-box. But, why don't they place it in Engine no. 3 position? Has anyone seen engine tests that are placed in engine no. 3 position?
Also, does anyone know which engine was tested in this similar manner?
Sorry if this topic has been asked before, but I couldn't find it in the search.