|Quoting Dl757md (reply 7):|
I believe there is a procedure to increase Mach number in the event of a fuel temp warning. Can any pilots confirm this?
|Quoting BALandorLivery (reply 10):|
Fuel is heated because in solution with the fuel there is always some water.
|Quoting Wbmech (reply 12):|
At cruise the hydraulic pumps are still putting out 3000 psi. The pressure still has to go somewhere, therefore instead of building excess pressure it is released through bypass valves.
|Quoting Pilotaydin (reply 6):|
so that they can take the necessary precautions while over the pole....
|Quoting Musang (reply 2):|
Another concept is hydraulic fluid heat exchangers located in the fuel tanks. Dual purpose - cools hyd. fluid while warming fuel. Don't have any manuals to hand, but I believe its fairly widespread
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