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Commercial aircraft and military transports must provide a means of allowing all passengers to evacuate the aircraft in a certain time. Emergency exit doors are provided at strategic locations in the aircraft, and the doors are tted with escape chutes so that passengers can slide to the ground. The chutes are designed to operate automatically or manually, and to in ate rapidly on command (Figure 8.9). Doors are designed to open outwards and are of suf cient width to allow passengers to exit rapidly. All doors and exits are identi ed with illuminated signs. The Airbus A380 provides routes of escape to occupants from all doorways in the event of an emergency. The deployment of the emergency slides is powered by the aircraft s internal battery power. Typically the A380 will have around 555 seats in three classes although many airliners will have fewer than
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The BAE SYSTEMS ATP escape chute system (Courtesy of BAE
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500. Sixteen emergency slides can be deployed at the same time from both upper and lower decks using only the aircraft s battery power. Life vests are carried beneath the passenger seats, and the aircraft is equipped with life rafts and with locator beacons.
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The crew of a commercial aircraft can escape through the passenger emergency exits or by using an escape rope to slide down from the ight deck through the opening side windows. Military crews in combat aircraft are provided with ejection seats which allow them to abandon their aircraft at all ight conditions ranging from highspeed, high-altitude to zero-speed and zero-height (zero zero). The seat is provided with a full harness, restraints to avoid limb ailing and pull the legs and arms into the seat to avoid injury, a parachute, dinghy, an oxygen supply and locator beacon. The seat is mounted in the aircraft on a slide rail which permits the seat to travel in a controlled manner upwards and out of the cockpit. The design of the seat and the rail allows the seat and occupant to exit the aircraft with suf cient clearance between the cockpit panels and the pilot to avoid injury. The seat is operated by pulling a handle which initiates a rocket motor to propel the seat up the slide. The ejection system may be synchronised to allow the canopy to be explosively ejected or shattered before the seat reaches it, or the seat top will be designed to shatter the canopy. The canopy can be shattered by a pattern of miniature detonating cord embedded in the acrylic canopy (Figure 8.10). The cord is a continuous loop of small diameter lead tubing lled with explosive material. The loop is bonded to the canopy transparency in a pattern that causes the canopy to fragment before the pilot leaves the aircraft. The
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Figure 8.10 Crew escape (Courtesy of BAE Systems/Martin Baker Engineering) fragmentation system can be red from outside the aircraft to allow rescuers to free the crew of a downed aircraft. Some canopy materials such as polycarbonate will not shatter and explosive charges are placed in a pattern on the material in order to cut the canopy and use the air stream to lift the pieces of material clear of the aircraft.
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The seat leaves the aircraft in a controlled manner to reduce the effect of acceleration on the crew member and a parachute is deployed to decelerate the seat and to stabilise its position. After an interval the seat detaches from the man and a personal parachute opens. The Martin Baker Mk 10 ejection seat tted to the Tornado has a zero zero capability, enabling safe ejection from zero altitude and zero forward speed. This means that the crew can safely eject from an aircraft on the ground while it is stationary or taxiing. A fast, ef cient ejection is absolutely essential for an aircraft designed to operate at low level and high speed. Operations in such conditions leave little time for crew escape in the event of a catastrophe. The crew can elect to eject by pulling the seat ejection handle. The escape sequence is then fully automatic, and takes about 2.5 seconds for the parachute to be fully deployed. A baro-static mechanism ensures that the seat detaches from the pilot automatically below 10 000 ft. The Tornado is typical of present day, in-service systems. It is a two-crew aircraft with a fully automatic escape system, which needs a single input from either crewmember in order to initiate it. Each cockpit is provided with a Martin Baker Mark 10A ejection seat and both cockpits are covered by a single transparent canopy. Its escape system provides all of the following functions automatically: Primary canopy removal by jettison Secondary, backup canopy removal Jettison of night vision devices Ejection of the rear seat Ejection of the front seat Seat/occupant separation Personal locator beacon switch on Parachute deployment Lowering of survival aids container In ation of lifejacket and liferaft on water entry
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