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This post is aimed at MEIs, or folks with solid technical knowledge of light twins.

For training purposes, introducing ME students to engine out scenarios, below 3000 AGL is fairly straight forward, and often simulated by pulling a throttle below 50% Vmc and above 400 AGL.

When it comes to actually shutting down the engine, I am interested in technical information out there that might educate a budding ME instructor on how to manifest the engine shutdown and feather ...
Keith Teister posted new forum topic
Feb '21
This post is aimed at MEIs, or folks with solid technical knowledge of light twins.

For training purposes, introducing ME students to engine out scenarios, below 3000 AGL is fairly straight forward, and often simulated by pulling a throttle below 50% Vmc and above 400 AGL.

When it comes to actually shutting down the engine, I am interested in technical information out there that might educate a budding ME instructor on how to manifest the engine shutdown and feather ...