GalaxyFlyer wrote:OEI stands for One Engine Inoperative, which covers all multi-engine designs. Yes, twins are most common but the technical term continues.
More tech poop—as to take-off climb, there’s really two limits—WAT or certification limit—the 2.4% gradient (2.7% for tris, 3.0% for quads). The TOGW will be limited by pressure altitude and temperature so that, at a minimum, the OEI gradient meets those numbers. OR, if obstacles are governing, the TOGW is limited by the gradient the aircraft can achieve to clear those obstacles, commonly also a gradient. Using a special departure procedure to laterally avoid the obstacle is a possibility, as Starlionblue pointed out at HKG.
The vertical profile is then divided into four segments, but here lies madness.
Really, an AEI table?
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