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The accident resulted from engine fuel starvation that resulted from the installation of the wrong fuel quantity indicator.
The fuel quantity indicator installed had been calibrated for an ATR-42 aircraft and showed significantly more fuel than was actually in the tank of the ATR 72.
The accident resulted from engine fuel exhaustion due to the installation of fuel quantity indicators designed for the ATR 42 in the larger ATR 72.
They are listed according to a Predictive Quantities Indicator, or P.Q.I. ranking, developed by Paul JJ Payack, the president of the Global Language Monitor (languagemonitor.com), which analyzes language trends.
He used his Predictive Quantities Indicator, or P.Q.I., an algorithm that tracks words and phrases in the media and on the Internet in relation to frequency, contextual usage and appearance in global media.
The safety board also said that Air Canada needed to keep more spare parts, including replacements for the defective fuel quantity indicator, in its maintenance inventory, as well as provide better, adequate training on the metric system to its pilots and fuelling personnel.
The aircraft, an ATR 72-202, had its fuel quantity indicator (FQI) replaced the night before the flight, but technicians inadvertently installed a FQI designed for the ATR 42, a similar but smaller airplane with smaller fuel tanks.
The final report on the crash notes that during a flight the day prior to the incident, the Captain (who was also flying during the incident) became aware that the fuel quantity indicator (FQI) on the aircraft dashboard was not working correctly and reported the problem.
The accident resulted from fuel exhaustion due to the installation of a fuel quantity indicator for an ATR 42 in the ATR 72; the incorrect indicator was over-reading by over 2,000 kg, leading the crew to believe they had enough fuel for the flight.
It would be helpful to support this with further quantitative indicators.
Quantitative indicators which can be presented with a number.
Government is not reducible to a single quantitative indicator.
Already many quantitative indicators have been established with regards to the use of natural resources, as for example in the energy and climate change sectors.
A metric is a quantitative indicator of an attribute of a thing.
Empirical work done so far is usually based on standard quantitative indicators available for a longer time period for a broad range of countries.
The Commission should pay particular attention to evacuations, which must contain quantitative indicators as well as those for content and quality.
In order to obtain a quantitative indicator, 'reporting rate' is sometimes used, although this requires multiple visits or samples to arrive at.
American officials maintain that the Japanese have rejected every quantitative indicator suggested by the United States.
Quantitative indicators are numerical indications of development.
The identification system, described as an 'alert mechanism', uses both a scoreboard of quantitative indicators and qualitative assessments.
Typically, the index is a composite of multiple quantitative indicators that via some formula, delivers a single numerical result.
One dispute is over the quantitative indicators that the framework agreement says should be set up to monitor progress in improving market access in Japan.
As Mrs Waddington said, it is therefore important to establish common qualitative and quantitative indicators.
In a recent attempt to evaluate research, Van Raan concludes that 'quantitative indicators should not be used by non-peers.
The plan would provide substantial bonuses for superintendents and principals who improve performance as measured by tests, attendance and other quantitative indicators.
It must be emphasised that quantitative indicators in the National Action Plans do not impose equal reduction of pesticide use on all countries.
Relative difference is often used as a quantitative indicator of quality assurance and quality control for repeated measurements where the outcomes are expected to be the same.
"A full evaluation of most policies would be multi-dimensional and include both quantitative indicators and more subjective measures of success and failure."
The accord provides for both Governments to track the foreign share of the Japanese market with several quantitative indicators and to try to make the American share increase.
Paragraph 7 of the motion for a resolution can give the impression that these guidelines are taken as very specific quantitative indicators, in other words, concrete figures and quotas.
In the absence of feedback enabling us to evaluate quantitative indicators, we must integrate and advance the measurement of quality and the measurement of added value.
Thus much of their reputation is based on the results of statistical surveys of climate, demographic trends, price curves, and other quantitative indicators of growth and decline.
The EIB recognises that it exists to assist European Union policy; it needs to adopt criteria, quantitative indicators, in dialogue with Parliament.
A bacterial inhibition assay is an assay that uses bacterial colony growth as a semi quantitative indicator to measure the concentration of a product in an sample.