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Thrust Reverser Logic (On Ground)


OliveBeast20441
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Hello INIBuild Team,

 

I have a question about thrust reverser logic on the A310.

On very cold days, as expected, a lightly loaded aircraft will taxi quite fast at idle thrust. Instead of always riding the brakes to slow down the aircraft, I tried to deploy one reverser (at the idle setting) to effectively create an "air brake" and keep taxiing speeds down, but the reverser would not deploy. Both reversers do deploy when selected together, but individually they will not.

My question is whether this is a logic employed by Airbus to avoid asymmetric reverse thrust when landing, or is just the way the aircraft is modeled? 

BTW, I am using the Thrustmaster TCA Captain Pack, with the throttles correctly calibrated.

Sincerely,

Mark

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