|CASB Majority Report|
LIST OF LABORATORY REPORTS AND STUDIES
The following laboratory reports and studies were completed:
|LP 287/85|| - Fuel Analysis|
|LP 289/85|| - Instruments Analysis|
|LP 290/85|| - Light Bulb Analysis|
|LP 291/85|| - Cockpit Switches|
|LP 7/86|| - Freeze Drying of Documents|
|LP 180/86|| - Identification of Parts|
|LP 106/88|| - Thrust Reverser Position Analysis|
|LP 139/88|| - Engine Fire Extinguisher|
Report on Examination of Damaged Pratt & Whitney JT3D-7 Engine SIN 671322 - conducted
by Garv J Fowler. Ph. D.. Fowler Inc.
Arrow Air DC-8-63 Performance Estimation - conducted by Major M. E. Givins, P. Eng., Flight
Dynamics Specialist, Canadian Forces.
Analysis of Arrow Air DC-8-63 Accident - conducted by James K. Luers, M. S., Senior Research
Scientist and Mark A. Dietenberger, M. S., Associate Research Physicist, University of Dayton
Supplementary Comments on Questions From the Canadian Aviation Safety Board Regarding Icing as Related to Aviation Occurrence Report 85-1150902 - by Myron M. Oleskiw, Ph. D., Associate Research Offcer, Low Temperature Laboratory, Division of Mechanical Engineering, National Research Council.
Post-Mortem Factors: Causal and Survival Aspects - by David D. Elcombe, M.D., Director, Safety Medicine Branch, Canadian Aviation Safety Board.
These reports are available on request from the CASB.