Discussion in 'World Events' started by Saint, Dec 14, 2020.
Boing 737 MAX safe to fly again?
What improvement has been done?
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Fairly safe, yes.
What improvement has been done?[/QUOTE]
Software improvements mainly.
Software improvements mainly.[/QUOTE]
Haven't they also fitted multiple stall sensors, so that the computer won't make decisions on the input from only one?
Well, they had multiple stall sensors before (angle-of-attack sensors actually, which can be used as stall sensors.) But the MCAS was only looking at one. Now it looks at both AND it has a warning when they disagree, indicating one is damaged - and when that happens the MCAS does not take input from either one.
Other changes that were not as directly related to the crashes:
Improved wiring to the horizontal stabilizer trim system
Improvements to the software in the flight control computer
More mandatory training for new pilots
I believe pilot training has been improved, particularly in case of MCAS failure.
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