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Originally Posted by FM View Post
All that was not my point.
(Felix/Andrew) ''I think that you should carefully read my poste, and certainly you will become a proponent of my solutions, and we will not have to cry after drowning our children in the future''
Any translations can and will be misconstrued. Many times it's changed into something reverse all because of one word and it's meaning.
OK, as per foam in the unused cavities of airplanes as flotation.
If it were solidly attached, it would take away the flexibility of the wing thus becoming brittle. BAD
One cannot loosely insert it either, it will vibrate into something that needs to move. And in a crash, it will float away. BAD
Any foam is weight, that airplanes don't need. The empty fuel tanks are supposed to float, when not damaged. BAD
"IF" metal can be made with micro air pockets throughout its material and still be strong, it could/would work. GOOD
I also suggested Helium in all the vacant spaces, the amount that can be stored is minimal. SAD
This was something I talked about about 50 years ago in science class. But back then technology of materials was still in its infancy.
SOOOoo, we still live and learn.
Have a THINK on this, Anti-Gravity and Solar Waves.Quote
So you do not have to wait long for a feed proved that once again we have affair with a sunken airplane ... Meanwhile, he also flew from Krakow to Detroit twice across the Atlantic and A340 and Jumbo aircraft. I sat by the window and watched the wings and I thought about the foam. However, I think that it would really help
Can only tell you to do so: in special forms do some moldings, located very loosely in the spaces provided to fill. These profiles can be very much Obviously done a good proven polystyrene. Now this: you have each of these shapes covered with a soft and very durable sponge rubber on the thickness of 5 mm .We will protect it from vibrations and movements fitting styrofoam plates. Also, will not be affected on a vibrating plate. The argument that all this will increase the aircraft Tare is the argument of a man who himself did not ask how much trouble counting foam airplane needs to not sink. So I counted, and calculations show that the hedgehog plane will have 1% of its weight in the foam inserted into the cavities, it is no longer sink .. 1% of it is really a negligibly small. This is so that even on very sensitive weight, this can not be measured at all .. So the weight is negligible, and it can not be an argument against inserting foam .. I much in his life flew planes in the former USSR with concerts Polish bands (about 100 flights) Sometimes, even in the cockpit, as we had a charter plane to piped music .. I know that I would willingly pilots landed on the water, because it reduces the risk of fire, but need to have confidence that the plane did not sink ..