The facts show, the airplanes still be the safest mode of transportation in the world. However, a number of accidents involving the aircrafts made a number of people are afraid. For example, the mystery disappearance of Malaysia Airlines MH370, the MH17 is shot down in the sky Ukraine, and many others.
To remove these concerns, an engineer from Ukraine filed a revolutionary discovery: the aircraft's cabin can be released at any time during emergency conditions. Which enables passengers landed safely on the ground, also on the water though.
|The invention by Vladimir Nikolaevich Tatarenko could possibly save hundreds of lives in the event of a mid-air plane disaster. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1NjJDTR)|
|The detachable plane cabin can be ejected at any point in the flight. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QdwWyp)|
|A cross-section of the prototype shows where the parachutes and luggage are stored. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QdwWyp)|
|Thanks to parachutes and inflatables, the plane can land safely on land or water. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QdwWyp)|
The Tatarenko design was included by placing the luggage storage space under the cabin, so that there was no case of loss of property when separation of the capsule to be done.
This is not the first idea was initiated by Tatarenko. Previously, he registered a patent on the invention of rescue capsule system that can save the lives of the passengers.
More than 2,000 human lives lost in a plane crash since 2012. Therefore, the new technology is expected to reduce the number of fatalities in the flight incident.
However, as quoted from News.com.au, a number of people skeptical of the idea proposed by Tatarenko. One of them is related to elements which can be separated from the aircraft. Allegedly, it would weaken the overall structure of the aircraft. Or, perhaps making more expensive.
Others wondered what the hell was going to happen to the pilot and flight crews? Well, it's only an idea, certainly need further research and study whether the proposal is feasible or not? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NDTV | NEWS.COM.AU]
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