من به زبان شما صحبت نمی کنم، من مترجم گوگل برای این استفاده می شود.
من فکر کردم که مهم است به این می گویند در زبان شما بود.
یک خلبان خوب خلبان بدون توجه به آنچه خوب است.
به خوبی انجام می شود، آقا. پرواز امن
something has happened to the new york times.used to be that opinions or guesses or unsubstanciated events were listed as such.
now, it's anyones guess so it becomesnecessary to take articles with a grain of salt.
a 90 degree bank at low altitude and slow airspeed would have th atrcraft sideslip into the ground.
first and most importantly,
heartfelt condolences to the families and friends.
i am flying blind here. using only the video and my own experiences
but to me, this is the only way any of this makes sense
i will be watching for the results of the investigation.
the placement of the camera and its focal point makes it difficult
to determine whether the tail had dropped or if the aircraft was in stand on your tail, climbout
i settled on an outboard engine failure.
the aircraft is doing a stand on your tail climbout
this puts it on the raggidy edge of everything aerodynamic
aoa is very high
outboard engine fails
asymetrical thrust causes a violent yaw toward the bad engine.
fuselage masking blocks airflow over the dead engine wing
lift vanishes and the wing stops flying and drops
the aircraft rolls toward the non flying dead engine wing.
bank angle is near 90 degrees
aircraft is now doing a sideslip and rapidl
"Securaplane's main buildings were burned to the ground when a battery test went wrong"
what they don't say here is that "an investigation into that fire determined the cause was the set-up of the test, not the design of the battery or the charger."
looks like headline hunters strike again.
lion batteries are everywhere. in laptops, cell phones, tablets, etc. i have searched the web and have found not one lion pack has exploded, caught fire, etc in the past two years. the original issue with the lion was that system designers assumed that the lion was like any other battery. so just shove a bunch of volts and amps into them and all should be fine. well, it obviously wasn't. with the advent of proper safety and charging systems, this issue is pretty much a thing of the past.
until now !! what is needed now are cool heads, like those who contribute here, examining all aspects of the issue and contributing there thoughts.
what doesn't help is the self styled experts jumping into the conversations with statements like
"Quoting sources that would speak only on the condition of anonymity"
or that the battery in the boston incident "exploded causing severe damage to the airplane"
or my favorite,
"Securaplane's main buildings were burned to the ground when a battery test w