The Best Analysis Of What Really Happened To The Boeing 737 Max From A Pilot & Software Engineer

By Tyler Durden

The following tweets from Trevor Sumner, CEO of Perch Experience, of what really happened to the Boeing 737 Max, may be one of the best summaries of the events that led to the two recent airplane crashes, and also why Boeing’s “software upgrade” response is a farce.

1of x: BEST analysis of what really is happening on the #Boeing737Max issue from my brother in law @davekammeyer, who’s a pilot, software engineer & deep thinker. Bottom line don’t blame software that’s the band aid for many other engineering and economic forces in effect.👇🎖🤔

— Trevor Sumner (@trevorsumner) March 16, 2019

Some people are calling the 737MAX tragedies a #software failure. Here’s my response: It’s not a software problem. It was an

* Economic problem that the 737 engines used too much fuel, so they decided to install more efficient engines with bigger fans and make the 737MAX.

— Trevor Sumner (@trevorsumner) March 16, 2019

This led to an

* Airframe problem. They wanted to use the 737 airframe for economic reasons, but needed more ground clearance with bigger engines.The 737 design can’t be practically modified to have taller main landing gear. The solution …read more

Source:: Zero Hedge

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