We may have, but we're Not_telling!
Foul on Ocelot for not following Parlour Talk Interweb Fora Procedures and not_listing a linky. (More evidence that women do not belong in aviation...JUST KIDDING, your posts are quality and appreciated and your humor is solid and we love you.)
I note two really big things in the linky.
1. I do not_see mention of the scientific aeroengineer estimates of possible single engine rates of climb.
2. Figure 2- and not_the unextinguised fire, BUT the aileron that seems to be cocked up
Me thinks if engine 1 is dragging, the aeroplanie will try to turn left and go left-wing-down and to compensate, the aileron would be downward. However, this is consistent with the comment "we've lost aileron". Possible causes: something in the engine compartment breaks or burns or melts a control cable, or the control cable is severed by a small meteorite.
Oh, there's actually a third, was there potential for improved phugoid management to improve the outcome of this crash- I find no discussion of this in the interim report.
Ok, 4- the discussion of the weather mentions circuit breaker clouds and the report also shows cockpit photos of cumulonimbus switches.
Sorry that the acronym dude did died.
Commercial Pilot, Vandelay Industries, Inc., Plant Nutrient Division.