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# Myth Busting "Resident Evil: Afterlife"

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## Sacha Gunaratne

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Mythbusting
Resident Evil:Afterlife Determine the possibilty of the plane landing scene. Purpose Content of the presentation
Background
Research Questions
Application of the concepts to the research questions
Findings
Conclusion
Questions and Feedback
By
Amrik Gunaratne
Elyse Barre
Kaitlin Mclean Background 1.How much force must Angel apply to stop the plane?

2.How much must Luther weigh to rebalance the plane? Research Questions Concepts of Energy and Friction Ei=Ef
Ffriction= umg
Efriction= f.d
Einitial= 1/2mv2 Concept of Energy and Work Concept of Centre of Mass Only Force acting on Plane = Gravity
Gravity acts on Centre of Mass Findings: Force required by Angel Force applied by Angel = 6208N

An average man can push 850-1000N

Not Possible. Findings: Required mass of Luther Conclusion Luther must weigh 151kg (333lbs).

Required mass would be severely obese at Luther's height.

The mass is humanly possible but unrealistic. To determine the possibility of the plane landing scene Desired Centre of Mass (pivot) = 3.06m from tip

Centre of Mass without Luther = 2.40m from tip

Mass of Yak 52 without Luther = 1015.2kg Thank you for your time. Please feel free to ask any questions. Impossible for a person to generate the amount of force Angel has to apply.

Luther's mass is possible but unrealistic.

The entire stunt has been disproved. Yak 52-scaled Image Centre of mass before Luther Centre of mass after Luther Energy of the Plane from when it lands to when it stops. “Friction and coefficients of friction,”http://www.engineershandbook.com/Tables/frictioncoefficients.htm, Accessed February 27th 2011.
S. B. Halls and J. Hanson, “Women’s average weight chart and percentile distribution.” http://www.halls.md/chart/women-weight- w.htm. Accessed February 27th , 2011.
Fishbane,Gasiorowicz, Thorton, Physics for Scientists and Engineers. New Jersey: Pearson Educational Inc.,2005
“The definitive pilots operating handbook for the Yakovlev yak 52” Bona Sera Investments, Revision 1.4 Nov 2003
“Center of Mass”http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/cm.html.Accessed January 16, 2011. Fishbane,Gasiorowicz, Thorton, Physics for Scientists and Engineers. New Jersey: Pearson Educational Inc.,2005 “Figure 4.9.3-6 Maximal Static Push Forces,” in HUMAN PERFORMANCE CAPABILITIES, http://msis.jsc.nasa.gov/sections/section04.htm#_4.9_STRENGTH accessed march 8th 2011 S. B. Halls and J. Hanson, “Women’s average weight chart and percentile distribution.” http://www.halls.md/chart/women-weight- w.htm. Accessed February 27th , 2011.

“Picture of the Yakovlev Yak-52” http://www.airliners.net/photo/Yakovlev-Yak-52-%28Bacau%29/1173952/L/ Accessed March 1, 2011. “Picture of the Yakovlev Yak-52” http://www.airliners.net/photo/Yakovlev-Yak-52-%28Bacau%29/1173952/L/ Accessed March 1, 2011.

“Map Scale” http://maps.nrcan.gc.ca/topo101/scale_e.php. Accessed March 5, 2011 Fishbane,Gasiorowicz, Thorton, Physics for Scientists and Engineers. New Jersey: Pearson Educational Inc.,2005 Mass of the plane: 1015.2 kg
Landing speed: 160 km/h (or 44.4 m/s)
Initial energy: 1001 kJ Coefficient of Friction: 0.6
Force of friction: 5969 N Distance: 48.13m
Energy lost due to friction: 287 kJ “Boris Kojoe.” http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0462673/. Accessed March 6, 2011.
“Calculate Your Body Mass Index” http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/ Accessed March 6, 2011. Initial Energy = Energy(friction) + Energy(Angel)
Energy lost to Angel = 714 kJ
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