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  • Por rescuecapsules el

    Buenas tardes.Quiero pedirles su opinión acerca de mi invención denominada:Sistema conjunto de cápsulas de salvamento y aprovisionamiento,que quizás en el futuro sepueda aplicar a aviones,helicópteros largos o lanzaderas espaciales.Se abre el debate.Gracias por su tiempo y su interés.
    Pueden ver aquí el vídeo que resume este concepto innovador.

    Por Fast el

    Como concepto es interesante, pero solo en parte. Como sistema de seguridad en caso de accidente, me temo que nunca lo veremos por varios motivos:
    -Incrementaria mucho el peso de la aeronave, ademas de ser de dificil integracion, y la rampa de escape posterior es una pesadilla de diseño aeronautico (muy complejo, los aviones de transporte militar pueden dar fe, especialmente si ha de abrirse en vuelo).
    -Su utilidad en caso de accidente es dudosa, la gran mayoria de accidentes estadisticamente son CFIT, salidas de pista, etc. En estos casos no sirve para proteger al pasajero. En caso de LOC, en que momento se activaria? El piloto estaria tratando de recuperar el control, ya que la evacuacion siempre seria peligrosa.

    Como la segunda utilidad (como refugios prefabricados para catastrofes) el concepto es bueno, pero estoy seguro que ya existe adaptado a aeronaves militares.
    Unicamente mi opinion, saludos

    PD: el video esta muy bien hecho

    Por rescuecapsules el

    Hola.Gracias por aportar tu opinión.Yo no soy un experto en el tema,por lo que simplemente aporto una alternativa a estudiar y a tener en cuenta.Creo que está bien que esa idea esté ahí,a que no haya ninguna otra alternativa.Y quizás este concepto pudiese ser aplicado a helicópteros largos o incluso a lanzaderas espaciales!!…El tiempo dirá.
    Saludos.

    Por rescuecapsules el

    Dennis Costea ha aportado lo siguiente a mi grupo de Linkedin:
    Infrastructure Support for Passenger Capsules

    There are several important considerations to moving the capsules around while the aircraft is on the ground at an airport. In conjunction with the development of this idea, I offer the following:

    How are the capsules unloaded from the aircraft?

    1.) The aircraft could kneel the same as the U.S. Air Force’s C-5 Galaxy aircraft, lower its body in order to facilitate cargo loading and unloading. RISK: If the aircraft’s kneeling capability stops working, the elevation at which the capsule must be placed on or removed from the aircraft changes.

    2.) The capsules could be pushed off the aircraft using electrically powered motors mounted inside the interior cavity of the aircraft. There motors could be mounted near the rear opening of the aircraft (the Load/Unload hatch) and drive mechanical belts with «teeth» interlocking to corresponding rows of sockets on the underside of each capsule. One drive belt could be positioned along the left side (Port) of the «Capsule bay», a second drive belt in the middle of the floor of the Capsule bay, and a third drive belt along the right side (Starboard) of the Capsule bay. RISK: Foreign object entrapment underneath the Capsules within the Capsule bay preventing the operation of one or more drive belts.

    3.) Alternately, each capsule could have motors mounted on its exterior surface making each capsule a self-drive capsule. In this configuration, each capsule must also have a power source built in to its structure. RISK: If one or more motors mounted on a capsule stops working, the capsule is «Out of Service» until it can be repaired.

    As Capsules are unload from the Capsule bay of the aircraft, each capsule could be received by a «Capsule shuttle» with similar horsepower and maneuverability to the baggage cart tugs or tractors currently in use. In order for the system to operate efficiently, a few advantages must be designed in to the Capsule shuttle system:

    1.) The Capsule shuttles must be position at the correct height (elevation) to receive the capsule without unnecessarily disturbing the passengers who are still inside the capsule.

    2.) The Capsule shuttles should computerized and connected via wireless communications in a networked manner in order to facilitate automated Capsule management by airport ground or operations personnel.

    3.) I imagine the Capsule shuttles being similar to a Segway ™ in their use of gyroscopic stability controls and highly efficient power systems to travel around the ramp area of the airport.

    4.) The Capsule shuttles would approach the rear of the aircraft from a perpendicular angle in order to form a «train» of shuttles one after the other in receiving the off-loading capsules. The Capsule shuttles would then travel around the outside of the passenger terminal going from aircraft to aircraft in order to get the passengers loaded onto connecting flights.

    5.) Capsules used for passengers could be managed the same way packets of data are handled, or routed, around the interconnected networks of the Internet.

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