|Quoting WNCrew (Thread starter):|
what our internal cabin pressure was
|Quoting CosmicCruiser (Reply 2):|
MANUALLY raising the cabin alt to 25,000'
|Quoting SlamClick (Reply 3):|
actually knew of a 727 crew that flew around an airport for 25 minutes trying to work their way to the end of a cockpit smoke checklist. As you know they can be pretty long and drawn out
|Quoting OB1504 (Reply 5):|
And for cargo operations with live animals on board (racehorses, etc).
|Quoting SlamClick (Reply 1):|
some gets bled overboard by way of radio compartments (to cool the radios) some heats the bag pits, and some ultimately just gets released overboard through the outflow valve.
|Quoting CosmicCruiser (Reply 4):|
get upset with me after the sim in debrief because
|Quoting Pilotpip (Reply 7):|
The EMB-145 has two modes of operation when it comes to pressurization. Manual, and auto. Manual is a bear to operate. A knob on the controller is attached to a pneumatic line which opens and closes the pneumatic outflow valve. You have to watch the EICAS while doing this. Anytime you change power settings, climb or descend you have to adjust. It's basically a full time job.