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Transcript of AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS
HOW TO PREVENT AND SURVIVE
Hyunwoo Andy Ko
Ken Shang Cui
June 3rd 2012
All 163 lives on board were lost
Poor weather conditions
Birds flying into aircraft
Weather changing rapidly
Poor and cloudy conditions
two aircraft crashed
with 583 fatalities
Lapse of judgments.
Failure to recognize accidents
Poor communication between pilot and controller.
San Francisco, California
caused by poor judgement
After accidents, exploded
Just three fatalities
"CRITICAL 11 MINUTES"
What is "Critical 11 Minutes"
3 minutes after landing
8 minutes before take off
Why is the "Critical 11 Minutes" dangerous?
Take off and landing are when the airplanes are in closer to the ground.
Additionally, this is when the speed is getting slower, and extra maneuvering is needed.
Why is the "Critical 11 Minutes" important?
74% of total aircraft accidents has occurred during this 11 minutes.
Preventing accidents during this 11 minutes is very important.
How to prevent accidents
Check over and over again to make sure the airplane and the runway are safe and clear.
Always consider weather conditions
Pilots need to practice perfectly.
Engineers should be aware the risks involved when working on airplanes and they should focus on their work.
5 tons of force
and avoid birds
<Figure.3- The ratio of fatalities during 30 years>
<Figure.1- The number of accidents>
<Figure.2- The number of the casualties>
<Figure.4- The reason of accidents>
How to improve your chances of survival
90 seconds Rule
The thing that kills most passengers in a aircraft crash isn't the actual impact.
It is the fire that typically engulfs the aircraft afterwards.
You have only 90 seconds to get out
Fly on a bigger aircraft if possible
Larger planes can withstand greater forces upon impact
Five Row Rule
Basic Safety Rules
Read the safety card
Listen to the flight attendants
Keep calm and overcome normalcy bias
Thank you for listening
to our presentation.
The Normalcy Bias
This is the mental state of people when facing a disaster
It causes people to underestimate the impact of an accident.
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