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Conflict between pilots and software possible cause of crashYou will rarely have a good outcome if the aircraft software overrides the pilots instructions. Shades of the 737Max problem. (www.timescolonist.com) More...
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There should never be a "conflict" or "competition" between the aircraft and the pilot.
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Just like the max deal low time pilots, lack of training, one not flying the AC and the other handling the problem. If an AC is fighting you flip the switch and get rid of the puter. Easy and quick should be the action. Pilots trained properly would have done just what I said. Max pilots in the last one had full power until the ground stopped everything. Both were so DUMB never flew the airplane just flipped switches on and off until the end of a good AC.
BS about your BS spew of lack of training in the Cyclone crash. Those "Flight Directors" are suppose to switch off if you sneeze the wrong way, as they are meant to realize "hey a human can still control" These are not civilian Sikorsky S-92's which use hydro-mechanical flight controls. These are FBW birds using 3 flight control computers. AND it hasn't been fully determined if it was a computer glitch or mechanical issue.
I'm under the impression this article is about the 737 Max ....
No it is not about the MAX
If the AP is on and the computer sees manual inputs, shouldn't the system auto disengage or at least "warning AP engaged"