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  • fuel oil heat exchanger — a heat exchanger that uses hot oil to heat fuel (used to prevent sensitive fuel line components from freezing or being clogged with ice, by heating fuel before small diameter components appear in the fuel distribution system)

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  • NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Hospital chain Fortis Healthcare (India) (:FOHE.NSFOHE.NS), controlled by billionaire brothers Malvinder and Shivinder Singh, is on course to raise funds and close the takeover of Singapore-based group firm Fortis Healthcare International by end-December, its chairman said.

  • This ice would have travelled through the fuel feed pipes, where it could have formed a restriction on the face of the FOHE [Fuel Oil Heat Exchanger] sufficient to cause the subsequent engine rollbacks.

    The Register

  • The cause was determined to be ice crystals in the fuel clogging the fuel-oil heat exchanger (FOHE) of each engine.

    WN.com - Articles related to British Airways suffers steep revenue loss

  • In both cases, a build-up of ice on the FOHE restricted the flow of fuel to the engine, resulting in the engine rollback.

    The Guardian World News

  • As a result, the NTSB has called for a redesign of the FOHE that would eliminate the potential of ice build-up.

    The Guardian World News

  • (FOHE) could have caused the incident at Heathrow in January last year that left one person seriously injured among the 150 people on board.

    The Guardian World News

  • Whilst this is considered to be the most likely cause of the engine roll backs on G-YMMM, and is consistent with data from the incident to N862DA, it has not been possible, due to limitations in the available recorded data, to totally eliminate the possibility that a fuel restriction, from ice, formed elsewhere in the fuel system which, in addition to an FOHE restriction, contributed to the engine roll backs on G-YMMM.

    The Register

  • It came as a UK accident report showed how a build-up of ice on the fuel / oil heat exchanger (FOHE) could have caused the incident at Heathrow in January last year that left one person seriously injured among the 150 people on board.

    icCheshireOnline

  • In both cases, a build-up of ice on the FOHE restricted the flow of fuel to the engine and as a result, the NTSB has called for a redesign of the FOHE that would eliminate the potential of ice build-up.

    ITN Headlines

  • A UK accident report showed how a build-up of ice on the fuel / oil heat exchanger (FOHE) could have caused the incident at Heathrow airport

    ITN Headlines

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