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Air Crash Investigation Turkish Airlines and British Airways Flight 38 ENGINEERING ERROR Plane crashes and near-disasters from around the globe are .
Please subscribe Disasters included: Trans World Airlines Flight 800, American Airlines Flight 191, Turkish Airlines Flight 981, British Airways Flight 38.

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Azar at life-and-death risk when planes are badly built when engineers make mistakes this tragedy is not an accident seconds after takeoff this plane flips out of control this broke every rule in the book hidden errors destroy this jumbo jet every crash holds lessons that cannot be ignored somebody's gotta stand up and say come.

On people let's do the right thing but some engineering solutions can lead to further unexpected problems how does the aviation industry battle to eliminate engineering error JFK Airport New York it's the end of a hot July day TWA flight 800 is waiting to depart for Paris.

It finally takes off just after 8 o'clock in the evening there are 230 people on board among them Jill's in kibbutz is on her first overseas trip as flight attendant Jill's brother Matt air safety campaign no it was a regular day was a beautiful day and Jill is so excited about flying to France that she was told everybody that she was doing it.

In Jill's care is a group of 16 high school students from a small town in Pennsylvania they're off to see the sights of Paris on the biggest journey of their lives as they settle in the plane climbs up towards its cruising height 14,000 feet above the Atlantic TWA 800 and everyone on board is blown out of the sky.

The planes last moments were seen by hundreds of eyewitnesses saw a big giant ball of flames biggest Thorntons mall I ever saw my son was standing there on the beach and he said oh look and we found explosion he turned and looked at what looked like fireworks that were in the sky and I looked up and I saw what appeared to be a glowing ball.

Flight attendant Jill's body is one of the first to be recovered all 230 people on board the Boeing 747 are dead following the eyewitness reports many suspect the plane was brought down by a missile or a bomb the FBI tell the public it's terrorism we know there was a catastrophic explosion it's caused by some sort of a bomb obviously we're not further describing how that where that.

Would be whether it was carried on earth or something hit the plane from outside and caused it to explode but the crash investigators need to be sure they have a difficult delicate task first they have to remove the victims bodies then recover thousands of pieces of wreckage.

Each one a potential clue and 100 feet down each diver can only work for a short time after seven days searching they find the planes black boxes immediately the investigators hopes rise both voice and data recorders have survived the impact takeoff recording ended abruptly that abrupt stop is a clear indication of a catastrophic event but that was all the investigators could.

Tell the recorders appear to hold no further clues to find out what happened to TWA 800 the crash investigators begin the painstaking task of reassembling key parts of the jumbo jet an extraordinary 95 percent of the plane has been recovered.

And soon they can come to one definite conclusion TWA 800 was not brought down by terrorists Jim wild II was the team's materials expert it became pretty clear within the first month of the investigation and even maybe sooner than that that of all the pieces that were being recovered not one single piece contained any evidence of a bomb or a.

Missile but now there's a new puzzle if it wasn't terrorism what has gone wrong with this plane investigators start the long process to establish the cause of the crash is it possible that a plane designed to be failsafe could be the victim of engineering error it's one of the man-made catastrophes of.

The modern world hundreds of lives lost billions of dollars wasted because a plane's not fit to fly because of engineering error but the need for safety has always vied with the need to make money the boom in air travel triggers a boom in aircraft construction and competition is fierce.

In 1970 McDonnell Douglas unveils its new star for dc-10 after a billion dollars investment they're convinced it's both safe and a future moneymaker springtime in Paris at all the airport father of five Francoise Luanne was setting off on a business trip his son Bruno was then just five years old remember Sunday we drove our father.

To Olli my father was taking a plane to London for his job was working for an oil company but Bruno's father's flight from Ollie Airport has been cancelled because of a strike on a British airline one of the only planes available is Turkish Airlines flight 981 just arrived from Istanbul and on its way to London it's a dc-10 just two years old because.

Of this unexpected strike many people took that plane and so for that reasons his plane was a full the Turkish Airlines dc-10 is held in Paris so it can take on passengers stranded by the strike unknown to his family Francois who n also gets on board captain's policeman and birkhoff's complete their preflight checks.

At the back of the plane Muhammad Mahmud II baggage loader closes the cargo door the dc-10 is finally ready to leave for London flight 981 is cleared for takeoff just after 12:30 in the afternoon everything appears normal until the plane approaches 12,000 feet gusts of cold air rip past the passengers she's no responding.

Boston just outside Paris the plane smashes into the ground at almost 500 miles an hour all 346 passengers and crew are killed it was a very very violent impact and the French Authority as well we're not prepared for such an event it was the first one.

Bruno's family fear the worst for their father but they still don't know whether he'd switched planes the passenger manifest was not a complete so when it happens it couldn't get clear information it's a proof of my father's presence in his plane when was identified through his wedding ring that had been found on a fragment of his hand and in which it was the date of the.

Wedding of my parents and first name of my mother Bruno was just one of many children who lost a parent in the aftermath the French investigators begin the dreadful process of looking for clues amongst the wreckage but then the investigators get their first major clue 10 miles from where the plane came down.

French police discover a macabre scene six dead passengers strapped into two rows of seats alongside them a mangled piece of wreckage it turns out to be the rear cargo door but how could a door just fall off a plane the answer would turn out to be engineering error.

the investigators now focus on the issue of pressurization jet aircraft fly at high altitude where the air pressure is very low to keep the passengers comfortable the interior of the plane has to be kept at a higher pressure if the cabin was not pressurized the passengers would be exposed to an altitude higher than Mount.

Everest so it's crucial the dc-10s doors are designed to be airtight during flight the pressurized air inside the plane is pushing against the doors trying to force them open David Lee amount is a pilot and an expert on aviation issues these doors of course a very large you know they're very very large doors indeed so they if they open in flight you've got a hell of.

A big hole in the airplane to prevent the cargo doors being blown open the dc-10s engineers designed an elaborate locking mechanism pushing an external lever rotates claws on the inside so they catch around a bar it should have been totally reliable but it was not the design fault was this you could actually operate the lever and it felt as if it have lot but it could have.

Failed slot completely investigators find that the door lever could appear to be properly closed even though the locking claws were not being held in place it's a clear example of engineering error the investigators start to piece together an horrific chain of events it all starts with the doors failing locking mechanism.

Basically they were doomed from that moment on because when the cargo door blew out all of the air in the cargo hold beneath the cabin floor exited this very very large hole the blowing out of the cargo door was the first disaster then the pressurized air in the cabin also tries to escape to the outside.

Smashing a hole in the cabin floor it's this violent rush of air which sweeps six passengers out of the plane to their deaths those were the six people found 10 miles from the main crash site still strapped to their seats the collapsing cabin floor leads to a further disaster it destroys vital control cables.

These cables work with hydraulic pressure to move critical parts like the rudder and stabilizers without them the pilots are unable to fly the plane so the pilots had no control over the airplane any longer they literally couldn't tell the airplane any longer what to do years later in memory of all those who.

Died Bruno wants to find out the full story behind the crash that killed his father from all the available evidence it's clear to him that this wasn't an accident it was caused by engineering error for me this tragedy is not an accident accidents it's bad luck here we are in something else it had been combination of bad luck but was absolutely a known.

Problem Bruno finds out from an internal memo but even some of the engineers who built the dc-10s cargo doors thought they were unsafe the product manager regarding the locking of the door and made a report mentioning that this locking system was was not very safe and it was a risk that was arrived to claim almost twenty years.

Some loss of pains and people it's gonna happen then Bruno learns that an American dc-10 had suffered exactly the same engineering error two years before his father died the door blew out the cabin floor collapsed and vital control cables were damaged but the pilots got lucky.

It crimp the control cables but it didn't cut them and the pilots were able to nurse the aircraft back to a safe landing so Bruno's father and his fellow victims didn't die just because of an engineering error they died because of an own engineering error that no one had prevented eventually the authorities act all dc-10 cargo doors are fitted with a.

New lock and vents put in the cabin floor to stop it collapsing but not all the lessons were heeded it was the destruction of the planes control system that had brought the DC turned down for the future it had to be made failsafe so that even if one part suffered a catastrophic failure the plane should still be safe to fly but five years later that failure to.

Make it failsafe would come back to haunt the makers of the dc-10 McDonnell Douglas Chicago's O'Hare Airport TURN RIGHT heading the busiest in the world he needs to make a right turn where you're at can you make a yeah on that day in 1979 it's even busier than usual it's the start of.

The Memorial Day weekend and tens of thousands of passengers are trying to get airborne an American Airlines dc-10 prepares to set off for Los Angeles Lionel three tacks in a position hold on runaway three two left from T one two minutes past 3:00 in the afternoon the.

Dc-10 is ready to go engine stable take off the crust powered by its three engines the plane hurtles down the runway suddenly the left engine breaks loose it sounds catastrophic but even losing an engine shouldn't have brought the plane down dc-10s were designed to be able to fly.

On two engines but then the plane starts to bank to the left something else has gone wrong the pilots lose control the dc-10 flips right over all 271 on board are killed as well as two people on the ground it is the worst single aviation accident in US history there are now two big questions why had the engine fallen off.

And why had a plane designed to fly on just two engines flipped over out of control answering why the dc-10s engine fell off proves alarmingly simple it's a case of poor maintenance one of the attachments holding the engines in place had been cracked and no one had noticed Bergeon checks reveals similar cracks in.

Six other DC tens the concern is the entire fleet in America is now at risk that's a frightening 138th aircraft I have no choice but to ground all US DC tens immediately the blame for the cracks falls on the airlines not on the planes manufacturers McDonnell Douglas but then the investigators discover another critical error.

And that error has to do with failsafe design the idea that if there's a catastrophic failure the pilot should still be able to control the plane it all goes back to the moment when the plain banks to the left that happens because the engine coming off ruptures vital hydraulic control lines operating slats on the wings when the engine tore itself away from.

The wing it destroyed the hydraulic system which kept those slats extended when the slats retracted because they had no longer hydraulic pressure to keep them out that wing lost lift just like in the Turkish Airlines incident the plane crashes because pilots lose control the lesson of failsafe construction has not been learned.

That is not in the best traditions of aircraft design aircraft design is supposed to be based on what they call failsafe if it fails the aircraft's still safe this broke every rule in the book over the next few years the dc-10s engineers do learn this lesson they install mechanical systems to make the.

Dc-10 safe but they can't patch up the planes damaged reputation today's dc-10s are mainly used as cargo planes it is Boeing 747 jumbo that becomes the world's most successful passenger jet it's engineers seem to have learned the lessons of failsafe design until that July evening in 1996 when TWA flight 800 blows up killing all 230 passengers and.

Crew after months of painstaking work crash investigators have reassembled entire sections of the shattered plane once they'd ruled out the possibility of a missile or a bomb they searched for the source of the explosion in the plane itself eventually they find it the central fuel tank has blown up.

So what had done it it didn't take long to identify the culprit it was right there in the tank fuel vapor when Boeing's engineers designed the 747 in the 1960s the plane was expected to fly with all its tanks full but when fuel prices rose the airlines had to cut their costs Christene Negroni has written.

Extensively about TWA 800 as we started to get more concerned about our use of fuel in the 70s in the 80s airplanes stopped flying with full fuel tanks if they didn't need the fuel the tank went empty but investigators discover that flying with empty fuel tanks posed a risk that had not been fully recognized .

On that July afternoon TWA 800 is sitting out in the baking heat at JFK Airport to keep costs down its central tank has just a puddle of fuel in it and when that fuel gets hot it turns into explosive vapor this situation has made far worse by a.

Second engineering error directly beneath the fuel tank Boeing's engineers have put the plane's air handling units these provide filtered air into the passenger cabin but while they're making the passengers comfortable these units are also giving off heat and that heat is going straight into the fuel tank the investigators now uncover a terrifying scenario.

TWA 800 is climbing away from New York with a highly explosive fuel tank the 230 people on board have no idea it's like sitting above a bomb waiting to detonate all it needs is a spark to set it off but that's a risk Boeing's engineers thought they had eliminated their failsafe designs should have prevented it they had made sure the only wiring loud and the tank used a very low.

Voltage not enough to cause the spark Bob Swain is a key member of the investigation team he begins his hunt for the cause of the spark by taking another look at the cockpit voice recorder we came to realize that some of the background noise dropped out well that energy didn't just disappear it went somewhere where the energy went was a short circuit somewhere in the.

Planes wiring and short circuits can cause sparks but Bob Swain still puzzled there's only low voltage wiring in the fuel tank even a short circuit shouldn't have been powerful enough to create the deadly spark looking for an explanation Swain and his team sift through the vast extent of the planes wiring we examined a hundred and fifty miles of.

Wire from this one airplane inch by inch what they find is some of that wiring is in a terrible state and many different wires with cracked insulation are bundled together and this was really important because you could have wires that were powering electric lights with over 150 volts laying next to wires that will go to a fuel tank which should never have more than 5.

Volts Swayne now realizes if the high voltage wiring is damaged a dangerously high current could jump across into the tanks electrical system causing the fatal spark the investigation finally pieces together the sequence of engineering errors that brought down TWA 800 first fuel vapor builds up in the tank.

It's heated to a critical state by the air handling units cracked wires allow high voltage current into the tank there's a short circuit a spark and the tragic result is the second-worst domestic air disaster in America every year families and friends meet to.

Remember their loved ones killed on board TWA 800 but there is some compensation flight attendant Jill Zim covets and her fellow victims didn't die in vain the authorities finally recognized the threat of exploding fuel tanks with 1200 other jumbo jets at risk around the world they had to come up with a solution.

New technology now replaces explosive vapor in the fuel tank with the inert gas nitrogen overall other than complaining about the slow pace at which safety changes are made in aviation I'd have to say fine 800 has a good legacy the TWA 800 investigation shows that a plane can have an excellent safety record until circumstances change.

In the case of flight 800 flying with an empty fuel tank exposes unforeseen risks in the plane's design aircraft engineers realize they have to get better at predicting problems the type of engineering issue which happens now in a good airline whether a modern airplane is the type of the engineering issue that has not been foreseen but is this going to be possible in the.

1990s to minimize engineering error growing begins using the very latest technology to design and build the triple7 the world's largest twin-engine jet just like Boeing's original jumbo it soon gains an impressive reputation for safety but there is a shock install for Boeing's engineers they may have dealt with the risks of fuel getting too hot.

But they will fail to predict what can happen when fuel gets too cold Heathrow Airport on a normal busy day planes from all over the world landing every three minutes on the southern runway among those on its way into Heathrow is a British Airways triple7 flight 38 has 136 passengers and 16 crew on board.

They've been flying for 11 hours through the night from Beijing and everyone is looking forward to the end of the journey captain Peter Buerkle and first officer John coward prepare for landing okay you have control John I have control everything is pretty much normal about a minute before the aircraft is super.

Touchdown it's at about 1,000 feet the landing gear is down the flaps are deployed and about thirty degrees there's no indication there's anything wrong speedbird thirty-eight little hands to seven left get land - seven left's fever's 38 then at about 500 feet just 35 seconds from landing I can't get power growth engines suddenly lose power.

It's 200 ton airplane it's effectively turning into a glider the passengers have no idea they could be about to die and it could be even worse beneath them there are tens of thousands of people at risk cabdriver Johnny Rowland is on his way to pick up a passenger when the plane flies right above him it was a whistling.

Noise rather than an engine noise just suck up to this this point here it's the cat completely went dark with a shadow of around in the whole area as I looked out the right-hand window I saw the plane was so low that a fencing could have only been sent forth of the fence and since myself are you gonna crash Mayday Mayday speaker .

Incredibly all the passengers and crew survived the crash with just a few minor injuries the engineers are now desperate to find out why those two engines lost power a double engine failure is extremely rare soon the planes data recorders point them towards a very new kind of engineering problem.

Something stopped fuel flowing to the engines but what something happened within the fuel system which had never been foreseen back at their base the investigators reassemble the plane's system of fuel pipes but they can't find any physical obstruction that leaves one other possibility ice the planes route from Beijing took it.

Through some extremely cold air down to minus 74 degrees Celsius at these temperatures the minut amount of water contained in aviation fuel can turn to crystals of ice had ice blocked the flow of fuel at first this seemed impossible ice is a well-known risk and aircraft engineers thought they dealt with it in the triple7 they had made sure cold.

Fuel is warmed up before it gets to the engine in a device known as a heat exchanger Steve Moss is a leading crash investigator and engine expert as the fuel flows through these tubes it is heated so that as it comes out at the end here it is actually above 0 degrees so that ice crystals are not fed down to the engine so if this device was meant to melt any.

Ice crystals how could they have blocked the flow of fuel the investigators then go back to the flight data recorders they study what was happening in the fuel system during the long flight from Beijing they then simulate the impact of cold weather on the fuel pipes well the testing showed something which had not been taken into account.

During cruise when the fuel flow is pretty sluggish ice can actually accumulate inside the pipes approaching Heathrow the pilots need more power from the engines this sends a sudden surge of fuel through the pipes dislodging the ice and it becomes a sort of snowball or more likely an avalanche getting bigger and bigger as it travels towards the.

Engine the snowball smashes into the heat exchanger and blocks it just as the plane needs more power the fuel can't get past the ice the engines are useless designers thought they'd thought of everything but there was one circumstance they didn't even know could happen and it's aptly.

Once again it had taken a crash to reveal a problem the engineers had not foreseen now they know it can happen it takes a very small alteration to the face of the heat exchanger to make sure even a sudden rush of ice can be melted today's engineers continue to strive to build much safer planes and there are.

Far fewer accidents due to engineering error sagal accents are six times rarer than they used to be thirty years ago I mean that is a quantifiable improvement the aviation industry is still young the earliest century separates our modern jets from the first days of flight but today's engineers the challenge remains the same to eliminate errors.

Before they lead to disaster as Eric life-and-death risk when planes are badly built when engineers make mistakes this tragedy is not an accident seconds after takeoff this plain flips out of control hidden errors destroy this jumbo jet every crash holds lessons that cannot be ignored somebody's got to stand up and say come on people let's do the right.

Thing but some engineering solutions can lead to further unexpected problems how does the aviation industry battle to eliminate engineering error JFK Airport New York it's the end of a hot July day TWA flight 800 is waiting to depart for Paris it finally takes off just after 8.

O'clock and leave you there are 230 people on board among them Jill Zim kibbutz is on her first overseas trip as flight attendant Jill's brother Matt air safety campaign that was a regular day was a beautiful day and Jill is so excited about flying to France that she was told everybody that she was doing it in Jill's care is a group of 16 high.

School students from a small town in Pennsylvania they're off to see the sights of Paris on the biggest journey of eyes as they settle in the plane climbs up towards its cruising height 14,000 feet above the Atlantic TWA 800 and everyone on board is blown out of the sky.

The planes last moments were seen by hundreds of eyewitnesses I saw a big giant ball of flames biggest orange ball I ever saw my son was standing there on the beach and he said oh look we saw an explosion the Turkish Airlines dc-10 is held in Paris so it can take on passengers stranded by the strike unknown to his family Francois Luanne.

Also gets on board captain's policeman and birkhoff's complete their preflight checks at the back of the plane Muhammad Mahmud II baggage loader closes the cargo door the dc-10 is finally ready to leave for London flight 981 is cleared for takeoff just after 12:30 in the afternoon everything appears normal until the plane approaches 12,000 feet.

Gusts have cold air rip past the passengers I can bring it up she's not responding Boston just outside Paris the plane smashes into the ground at almost 500 miles an hour all 346 passengers and crew are killed it was a very very violent impact and.

The French Authority as well were not prepared for such an event it was the first one Bruno's family fear the worst for their father but they still don't know whether he'd switched planes the passenger manifest was not complete so when it happens it couldn't get clear information as a proof of my father's presence in his plane was identified.

Through his wedding ring that had been found on a fragment of his hand and in which it was the date of the wedding of my parents and first name of my mother Bruno was just one of many children who lost a parent in the aftermath the French investigators begin the dreadful process of looking for clues amongst the wreckage but then the investigators get.

Their first major clue 10 miles from where the plane came down French police discover a macabre scene six dead passengers strapped into two rows of seats alongside them a mangled piece of wreckage it turns out to be the rear cargo door but how could a door just fall off a.

Plane the answer would turn out to be engineering error the investigators now focus on the issue of pressurization jet aircraft fly at high altitude where the air pressure is very low to keep the passengers comfortable the interior of the plane has to be kept at a higher pressure.

If the cabin was not pressurized the passengers would be exposed to an orchard higher than Mount Everest so it's crucial the dc-10s doors are designed to be airtight during flight the pressurized air inside the plane is pushing against the doors trying to force them open David Lee amount is a pilot and an expert on aviation issues these doors of.

Course are very large you know they're very very large doors indeed so they if they open in flight you've got a hell of a big hole in the airplane to prevent the cargo doors being blown open the dc-10s engineers designed an elaborate locking mechanism pushing an external lever rotates claws on the inside so they catch around a bar.

It should have been totally reliable but it was not the design fault was this you could actually operate the lever and it felt as if it's a block came pretty clear within the first month of the investigation and even maybe sooner than that that of all the pieces that were being recovered not one single piece contained any evidence of a bomb or a missile.

But now there's a new puzzle if it wasn't terrorism what has gone wrong with this plane investigators start the long process to establish the cause of the crash is it possible that a plane design to be failsafe could be the victim of engineering error it's one of the man-made catastrophes of the modern world.

Hundreds of lives lost billions of dollars wasted because a plane's not fit to fly because of engineering error but the need for safety has always vied with the need to make money the boom in air travel triggers a boom in aircraft construction and competition is fierce in 1970 McDonnell Douglas unveils its.

New star the dc-10 after a billion dollars investment they're convinced it's both safe and a future moneymaker springtime in Paris at all the airport father of five Francoise Luanne is setting off on a business trip his son Bruno was then just five years old our Father - Olli my father was taking a plane to London.

For his job was working for an oil company but Bruno's father's flight from Ollie Airport has been cancelled because of a strike on a British airline one of the only planes available is Turkish Airlines flight 981 just arrived from Istanbul and on its way to London it's a dc-10 just two years old because of this unexpected strike many people took that plane and so for that reasons.

His plane was a full we turned and looked at what looked like fireworks that were in the sky and I looked up and I saw what appeared to be a glowing ball flight attendant Jill's body is one of the first to be recovered all 230 people on board the Boeing 747 are dead following the eyewitness reports many suspect the plane was brought down by a.

Missile the FBI I tell the public it's terrorism we know there was a catastrophic explosion is caused by some sort of a bomb obviously we're not further describing how that where that would be whether it was carried on earth or something hit the plane from outside and caused it to explode but the crash investigators need to be.

Sure they have a difficult delicate task first they have to remove the victims bodies then recover thousands of pieces of wreckage each one a potential clue at 100 feet down each diver can only work for a short time after seven days searching they find the planes black boxes.

Immediately the investigators hopes rise both voice and data recorders have survived the impact a cough do recording ended roughly that abrupt stop is a clear indication of a catastrophic event but that was all the investigators could tell the recorders appear to hold no further clues .

To find out what happened to TWA 800 the crash investigators begin the painstaking task of reassembling key parts of the jumbo jet an extraordinary 95 percent of the plane has been recovered and soon they can come to one definite conclusion TWA 800 was not brought down by terrorists.

Jim Wiley was the team's materials expert

Комментарии

myko freder • 1 месяц назад
The first jets and increases in travel occurred in the 70s and 80s, there had been little testing up to that point compared with the millions of flight hours those planes would go though. Good accident investigations who's results were sent to the industry slowly improved things, no level of engineering though can replace testing feedback. It's something you have to accept when using something dangerous and new, some problems like the 747 require decades of wire aging to reveal a problem.
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Hugh Saddler • 3 месяца назад
Still you are many times safer to fly a Boeing than an Airbus. Airbus planes are literal Death Traps. I’ll walk before flying an Airbus.
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cchris874 • 19 дней назад
Nonsense
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Екатерина Шенгелия • 1 месяц назад
Hugh Saddler uhm how
I’m a Boeing fan But it’s true that it’s Boeing aircraft that have a far worse crash record
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Gökhan Tekin • 4 месяца назад
Stupid dougles..Bitch..Killer..!!!!!!!!!!
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bartofilms • 6 месяцев назад
This video is not about the Turkish DC'10. It is about TWA 800.
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Jason McMillan • 6 месяцев назад
Hell of an endorsement for fly-by-wire. Technologically it wasn't available to them at this time of course. Very sad.
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Muslim Revert Alhamdulillah • 9 месяцев назад
how can even the paint of the plane has no damage when the whole
plane came down burning after a blast does not make any sense......
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6 6 • 10 месяцев назад
Doesn't anyone speak the truth about anything anymore? The plane is not pressurized to keep the passengers comfortable, it's done to keep them alive. And, hydraulic lines are not cables, they're tubes, pipes, lines, but not cables. A cable is something completely different. Such unbelievable bullshit. No wonder we live with morons, they're teaching each other their stupidity and bullshit. Not an accident? So the engineers designed it to fail on purpose? How fucking stupid are people?
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Enrique V • 11 месяцев назад
Is that Gloria Swanson at 7:35
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
35:48
Damn.
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
28:10
Airlines are cheap.
They could afford the higher fuel prices.
All this cutting corners bs is annoying af!
34:42
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
If I died in a plane crash, it would be because it fell on a building I was in.
Lol
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
16:25
Can you imagine?!!
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eM Jot • 7 месяцев назад
Horrible death.
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
People who love to fly always try to convince others to fly.
NO THANK YOU!
The say it's the safest way to travel and you're more likely
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Tiddy Fuck tha lasagna • 6 месяцев назад
You're more likely to get killed by a vending machine than a plane. 2017 had very little if not no plane crashes at all.
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Jurgen Judzinski • 7 месяцев назад
Everywhere you could die,my girlfriend died cos drunken polish driver hit our car waiting at red light
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
7:18
He's right.
They're more concerned with making money than the passenger safety.
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
It's weird that they keep the "black" box submerged in water.
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Debbie Yturralde • 5 месяцев назад
Flight and Cockpit voice, recorders, are water resistant but not waterproof. They are place in fresh and clean water to both delay the onset of corrosion and dilute any salts or chemicals that they came in contact with while submerged. Later they will be dried in a controlled environment.
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Nick • 8 месяцев назад
What would you have them submerge it in, dogshit?
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K Trigs • 11 месяцев назад
Lol
"He said it was a bomb......obviously."
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Gumersindo Diez • 1 год назад
What a tragedy, the crash of TK981.
From a design point of view, it was the result of not aplying two common sense principels (not engineering principles, but just common sense ones):
-The electrical switch that gives the final confirmation (the green light) on the right closing of the door should be intalled on the door closing mechanism itself, not on a secondary system that controlls that the door is rightly closed (and which can fail, as it happened). In other words: they installed a double checking system, but one of them was dependant on the right operation of the other one (so, it was not a double checking system).
-On a pressurized vessel, if you have an internal partition that carries critical systems, the loss of pressure on one part of the vessel should not put the whole system in jeopardy. In other words: the main cabin floor was not designed to support the levels of pressurization during flight. Accidental depressurization is something that happens in airplanes from time to time. Knowing that the floor will not support such depressurization, why not to install something as simple as enough air vents along the floor, to solve the problem?.
Two very cheap solutions, that would have not added weight to the airplane, but that where not applyed. Huge safety mistake on the part of the designers, that other people paid with the loss of their lifes or the loss of their relatives.
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cchris874 • 1 год назад
MD did add floor venting in the front hull, but they found the rear floor was not strong enough during a re-design in 1970. A few other observations:
-Perhaps the biggest mistake relating to 981 was an industry-wide miscalculation. Apparently, the 1st generation widebodies were built according to a faulty floor strength standard. Had this mistake been corrected before these planes were built, the floors would not have been vulnerable. Of course, after Paris all wide-bodies planes were modified.
- It's not widely known that Turkish Airlines did the unthinkable: a few weeks before the crash, they made unauthorized modifications to the door, making it easy enough for a "sickly child" to close. Without this final act of brazen disregard of safety, the crash would not have happened.
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Pond' NG • 1 год назад
3 March 2018
44 Year of TK981
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Rebecca M • 1 год назад
Thank you for uploading this it's enthralling and I'll never fly again after this 😆
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Rebecca M • 1 год назад
RIP TO ALL THOSE WHO MET SUCH A TRAGIC AND VIOLENT DEATH
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