Professor George Bibel shows how forensic experts, scientists, and engineers analyze factors like impact, debris, loading, fire patterns, metallurgy, fracture, crash testing, and human tolerances to determine why planes fall from the skyaand how the information gleaned from accident reconstruction is incorporated into aircraft design and operation to keep commercial aviation as safe as possible.A very high current flow for a brief period of time may not trip the breaker, as shown by a typical aerospace circuit breaker trip diagram below. Fig. 7.6. Typical current versus time curves for aerospace circuit breaker trip chart. The center bandanbsp;...
|Title||:||Beyond the Black Box|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2010-12-29|