Concept Plane Can Detach Its Cabin In Case Of Emergency
Jan 19, 2016 12:34
What if everyone could survive a plane crash? That's what Ukrainian aviation engineer Vladimir Tatarenko thought of and has been working on for 3 years. And he invented a detachable plane cabin which can be ejected within seconds in case of an emergency.
The cabin will be able to land on both ground and water and has a parachute attached to its roof along with inflatable rubber tubes to keep it afloat.
“Surviving in a plane crash is possible,” says inventor Tatarenko
Once detached, two gunpowder engines slow down the speed and the parachutes deploy
So the passengers can safely land on the ground
Inflatable rubber tubes can also keep the cabin afloat if needed
No need to worry about your luggage – the cabin also includes a storage space
The cabin can be ejected through a rear hatch at the tail end of the plane during take-off, flight, or landing
“Surviving in a plane crash is possible,” Vladimir Tatarenko told
LiveLeak. “While aircraft engineers all over the world are trying to
make planes safer, they can do nothing about the human factor.”
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