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EBBattlefield
post Feb 21 2020, 01:11 PM

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QUOTE(ahchat @ Feb 21 2020, 11:01 AM)
18month to lose 0.7kg pun susah ke?

WTF, I can do that in 2 weeks
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after taking big shit in the morning already tercapai

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EBBattlefield
post Feb 21 2020, 01:16 PM

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QUOTE(bumpo @ Feb 21 2020, 01:08 PM)
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QUOTE(New Klang @ Feb 21 2020, 11:16 AM)
How was the 61kg criterion decided?
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Air Midwest Flight 5481
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The investigators determined the crash to have been the result of the combination of two separate issues. After take-off, the plane climbed steeply as a result of higher than calculated weight on the aircraft.

Although the pilots had totaled up the take-off weight of the aircraft before the flight and determined it to be within limits, the plane was actually overloaded and out of balance due to the use of incorrect Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved passenger weight estimates. When checked, the National Transportation Safety Board found that the actual weight of an average passenger was more than 20 pounds (9 kg) greater than estimated. After checking the actual weight of baggage retrieved from the crash site and passengers (based on information from next-of-kin and the medical examiner), it was found that the aircraft was actually 580 pounds (264 kg) above its maximum allowable take-off weight with its center of gravity 5% to the rear of the allowable limit.
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:06 PM

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QUOTE(New Klang @ Feb 21 2020, 02:36 PM)
What ??????
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sikit sikit, lama lama jadi bukit and plane crash
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post Feb 23 2020, 01:55 PM

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QUOTE(meteoraniac @ Feb 23 2020, 10:34 AM)
Imagine that 0.7 kg can tilt the center of gravity on the plane yo
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Air Midwest Flight 5481
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The investigators determined the crash to have been the result of the combination of two separate issues. After take-off, the plane climbed steeply as a result of higher than calculated weight on the aircraft.

Although the pilots had totaled up the take-off weight of the aircraft before the flight and determined it to be within limits, the plane was actually overloaded and out of balance due to the use of incorrect Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved passenger weight estimates. When checked, the National Transportation Safety Board found that the actual weight of an average passenger was more than 20 pounds (9 kg) greater than estimated. After checking the actual weight of baggage retrieved from the crash site and passengers (based on information from next-of-kin and the medical examiner), it was found that the aircraft was actually 580 pounds (264 kg) above its maximum allowable take-off weight with its center of gravity 5% to the rear of the allowable limit.

 

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