Engineer who blew engine misfire: ‘We should have done something’

The engineering student, who has not been named, was working on a new generation of mechanical engines when the malfunction occurred.

The student said he could not have been more prepared.

“We were working on our engines, our gearboxes, we were getting everything ready for the engine launch,” he said.

“The engine went straight out of control. “

I was screaming in agony, screaming, screaming and then I realised that I was going in the wrong direction. “

The engine went straight out of control.

“That’s when I got really worried. “

“There was no way we were going to make it to the launch, so we just kept working on the engine and trying to make sure that everything was OK. “

“If we didn’t make it, we would have just wasted our time. “

“So, we did our best and we worked hard and we made it. “

“It was a great experience, it was a very positive experience, but at the end of the day, it didn’t really matter. “

“Because at the time, I thought I was doing the right thing and that the engine had just gone straight out. “

“My goal was to go in there and see what happened, and hopefully it wasn’ a problem that could have been avoided.” “

The engineer, who graduated from the Royal Engineers College of Engineering in 2013, said he was not sure how long it would take for his company to find out what had gone awry. “

My goal was to go in there and see what happened, and hopefully it wasn’ a problem that could have been avoided.”

The engineer, who graduated from the Royal Engineers College of Engineering in 2013, said he was not sure how long it would take for his company to find out what had gone awry.

“As we’re still learning, we’ll be looking into the details and what went wrong.”

I don’t know what’s going to happen to the engines.

We’ll know the end result and we’ll know what happened in terms of the cost and the cost of the repairs.

“A catastrophic failure would have had a huge impact on the life of the engines and would have caused a very big delay in the development cycle of the next generation.” “

What happened was a catastrophic failure, but we could have prevented it,” he added.

“A catastrophic failure would have had a huge impact on the life of the engines and would have caused a very big delay in the development cycle of the next generation.”

Mr Marmar added that it was important that people understood the dangers of failing an engine.

“For a lot of engineers, the most important thing is safety and then the rest is the rest of the engineering and it’s engineering engineering,” he explained.

“Even the most junior engineer, they will do the best they can to keep their hands off an engine, they’ll keep their heads down and they’ll do everything they can, but it doesn’t mean that they can’t get a bit scared.”