from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Something which reverses a particular action or condition
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who reverses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who reverses; that which causes reversal; specifically, a device for reversing or changing the direction of an electric current or the sign of an electrostatic charge.
- n. In law, a reversioner.
- n. In Scots law, a mortgager of land.
As the 747's engines wound up to high power, and the aircraft accelerated, sensors monitoring the cowl positions transmitted incorrect 'reverser' signals.
The goal is to prevent small movements of thrust-reverser parts during takeoffs from triggering flap retractions.
Ask what's the reason why turmeric and curry powder containing turmeric are both anti-microbial and also a reverser of brain plaque?
They called for special inspections to detect possible cracks in some parts and to ensure that reverser doors stay closed during flight.
Shortly after one of the carrier's long-range Boeing 777 jets took off from Tokyo's Narita airport in December, a chunk of one of its thrust reverser broke loose.
Nobody was injured, and the plane returned safely to Narita, but a joint investigation immediately was launched by the carrier, Boeing, engine-maker Rolls-Royce PLC and the manufacturer of the reverser.
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Three months after the accident, the United States FAA issued an Airworthiness Directive that "required the deactivation of all electrically controlled B767Â thrust reversers until corrective actions were identified to prevent uncommanded in-flight thrust reverser deployment" (as summarized in Thai Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee report, 2.5.4, paragraph 4).
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