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3 Comments on "Flanker Trouble: Did Fly-By-Wire Glitch Crash IAF Su-30?"

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2 years 1 month ago

If an fbw failure is so rare .. How can u estimate two out of 3 crashes owing to it.. I would rather request u to please bring out the incidents related to fbw failure and then a clear picture to what is actually happening can be infered.. Also ols elaborate to the incidents referring to auto firing of the martin baker seats…

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2 years 1 month ago

Fbw is not specific as a reason. Its a set of flight laws, can't go wrong in a regular flight.. The reasons are usually very specific and small, if they are not related to engine/ other mechanical failure.
Using a sweeping term like possible fbw failure is a lazy conjecture

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2 years 1 month ago
"indicating a problem with the FBW control system itself as well as the position of the switches" Seriously, didn't the airforce test pilots fly the aircraft before buying it?? Didn't the test pilots who are taught elaborately about fly by wire systems check the systems of this aircrafts… the HAL when they started manufacturing/ assembling the aircraft and the airforce engineers check the quality of the electronics to see whether they are fail proof. Also blaming the FWB is the easiest thing to do. Both the pilots and the IAF are cleared of any responsiblity or work. So whats next?… Read more »
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