|Quoting AF1624 (Reply 5):|
On a more general note, what elements of the aircraft will fail if these temperatures are exceeded?
I would guess the engines, being that they have temperatures in the 3-5 hundreds of degrees C, would not be affected by such "small" variations of temperature (well, apart of course from thrust being affected)? So what else?
|Quoting loggat (Reply 4):|
The 170 can T/O and Land in heat up to ISA+35C. Pressure altitudes -1000ft to +8000ft (E190 can go to +10000ft). T/O and Land cold limit is -40C. In flight cold limit is -54C up to 25000ft, and then linearly to -62C at 36000ft, holding at -62C all the way up to 41,000ft.
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