OEI

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AcronymDefinition
OEIOrganización de Estados Iberoamericanos (Spanish)
OEIOne Engine Inoperative
OEIOpen Enterprise Infrastructure
OEIOriginal Equipment Industries
OEIOffice of Evaluation and Inspections (US DHHS)
OEIOffice of Environmental Information
OEIOffice of Energy Independence (various locations)
OEIOutside Equity Interest
OEIOmron Electronics, Inc. (various locations)
OEIOrganizational Environment for Integration (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
OEIOpen Ended Investigation
OEIOperational Efficiency Initiative (various organizations)
OEIOne Eye Integration (trauma therapy)
OEIOperations Excellence Infusion
OEIOffice of Export Information
OEIOvarian Epithelial Inclusion
OEIOcean Exploitation Institute (fictitious organization; Terror of MechaGodzilla; 1975)
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WING AND POWER LOADINGS CAN CHANGE Multi-Engine Airplane Power Loadings (pounds per horsepower/thrust at gross weight) All Engines One Engine Inoperative Piper PA-44-180 10.
PTS AREA TASK Airplane Airplane Single-engine Multi-engine AREA II: Aircraft systems X X Preflight related to IFR systems Procedures Instrument cockpit X X check AREA III: Holding procedures X X Clearances and procedures AREA IV: Flight Basic instrument flight X X by reference to maneuvers instruments Recovery from unusual X X flight attitudes Non-precision approach X X Precision approach X X AREA VI: Missed approach X X Instrument approach procedures Circling approach X X Landing from a straight-in or circling approach Loss of communications X X Approach with loss of X X primary flight instrument indicators AREA VII: One engine inoperative X Emergency maneuvers operations One engine inoperative X approach and landing AREA VIII: Checking instruments X Postflight and equipment procedures
at ISA+20AC conditions; one engine inoperative (OEI) hover performance, which ensures safety during hoisting for search and rescue missions; and extensive power reserve ensuring heli-deck performance (PC1) at maximum take-off weight in ISA+20AC conditions.
The aircraft has outstanding one engine inoperative capabilities, even in the hot and high operating conditions.
Advanced technology and impressive one engine inoperative performance make the AW139 the intermediate twin-engine helicopter of choice.
at ISA+20AC conditions; one engine inoperative (OEI) hover performance, which ensures safety during hosting for search and rescue missions; and extensive power reserve and heli-deck performance (PC1) at maximum take-off weight in ISA+20AC conditions.