Modular aircraft. Innovative security system.
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Modular aircraft. Innovative security system.

Modular aircraft. Innovative security system.

When it comes to flight safety, the first thing faced by the world's leading experts, is the inability to predict the specific situation or state of emergency, as a result, improve the narrow focus in some cases, may save the lives of hundreds of passengers, however, in the event of an emergency situation, to avoid a dangerous situation or a disaster is unlikely.

It is possible that a modular passenger aircraft will minimize any gaps in the safety of flights, thus allowing to save each year hundreds of human lives, which in turn may be one of the biggest breakthroughs for civil aviation, on the state of emergency in which we hear more and more often.

Technology modular planes were worked nemeytskimi aircraft manufacturers still in 40-ies of the last century, however, it has not been implemented

The essence of this innovative approach lies in the fact that the design of a passenger airliner is represented as separate modules, assembled into a single fuselage, and performing all its functions. However, the fundamental difference in modular design is ensuring security for each group of passengers located in a separate module, in particular, in the event of loss of control over the control of the aircraft, the emergence of emergency situations with engine failure and the subsequent inevitable fall, an attempt to destroy the aircraft both from the air and from the ground, etc., the modular compartments will be able to separate, and taking into account ensuring the autonomy of each module with a smooth descent system (parachute - editorial note), life support, positive swimming of effect, and the like, the chance of survival of passengers, or part of the persons on board (in case of damage to the module -. ed.), will be big enough.

There may well be some issues with the implementation of this project, in particular, the implementation of the autonomy of the modules, and their separation, if necessary. In fact, the camera-modules themselves should be made of the same materials that are present in conventional aircraft; however, special sealed doors or partitions should be installed in the end parts of the modules, which can separate one part from the other during direct preparation for departure, and connect when landing. As for the separation operation itself, then most likely, in this case, computer control should be used that is triggered in the event of dangerous situations, such as an explosion, an abrupt roll, loss of control, etc., moreover, the "shooting" of modules can be carried out as mechanical method, and explosive (similar technologies are already used in practice in many countries around the world).

Kostyuchenko Yuriy specifically for Avia.pro

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