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Rescue

Rescue Quote by https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/252328 The American EP-3 reconnaissance aircraft, which took off from the Kadena airbase in Okinawa (Japan), made a planned flight over southern China. According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, 10 km from the Chinese island of Hainan (not far from Vietnam), the American spy plane abruptly changed direction and touched a Chinese fighter with its nose and left wing. As the representative of the PRC Foreign Ministry said, as a result, the Chinese plane crashed and the search for the crew is currently underway. Rescue

Helicopter crash

 Helicopter crash Source https://www.gazeta.ru/army/news/2020/07/20/14692777.shtml 20.07.2020 | 08:27 "Two Netherlands military personnel were killed in the crash of an NH90 military helicopter in the Caribbean near the island state of Aruba. This was reported by the NOS TV channel with reference to the Commander of the Armed Forces of the Netherlands state. It is noted that the aircraft fell into the water between the islands of Aruba and Curacao, which are self-governing state entities and are part of the Netherlands. The helicopter crash occurred on Sunday afternoon, July 19. He fell into the water 12.5 kilometers from the coast. A 34-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man were killed. There were two other people on board who were not seriously injured." The OFLAMERON device can be used to reduce the force of the blow to the chest of the pilot and passengers. Helicopter crash

Rescue engineering

  Rescue engineering The OFLAMERON hypothermia protector uses a simple operating principle. When using it, the distance from ice water to the human body increases. One person can use several such devices. The device has only mechanical parts, does not contain electrical modules and power supply sources. The device can be used with one hand. To increase efficiency, the device can be supplemented with special elements and accessories. The device can be used before falling into water and already in water. The device can be used in stormy conditions and in total darkness. Rescue engineering

Teoretical engineering

Teoretical engineering   "September 4, 1954 - Patrol aircraft P2V-5 "Neptune" (19th Patrol Squadron of the US Navy), flying from Atsugi airbase, Japan, was shot down by Soviet MiG-15 fighters and fell into the sea. 1 crew member was killed, the rest were rescued by an American seaplane." /wikipedia.org/ Teoretical engineering   Incidents with patrol, reconnaissance and anti-submarine aircraft are associated with their special missions. These are tasks with an increased risk. If the pilots are given one more chance to survive, to guarantee protection from ice water for 20-40 hours, this will significantly reduce stress and allow them to more effectively solve the assigned tasks. Teoretical engineering   The amount of ice in the Arctic is decreasing. States are moving to implement plans to operate transport routes through the Arctic. Drilling platforms and gas terminals are under construction. The number of people working in the northern seas will only increase. Th

Teoretical engineering

Teoretical engineering Development of technical solutions and methods for a variety of tasks. For example, increasing the resolution of photography from space. Special software processing, an unusual shape and a special arrangement of the pixels of the photomatrix significantly exceed the technical parameters specified by the manufacturer. Teoretical engineering

Teoretical engineering

Teoretical engineering   When an aircraft crashes over the sea, the chances of escape for the crew are very small. Even if the height above the sea is sufficient for using a parachute and the weather is fine. After all, it is necessary not only to splash down and unfasten the parachute in time. The inflatable boat can be very far away and the wind will not let you reach it. There may be tens or hundreds of kilometers to the coast. All hope is in a rescue suit, a radio beacon and rescue ships. But the rescue vessel has a speed of about 20 knots and can cover about 800 kilometers per day. Therefore, the longer a pilot can live in cold water, the greater his chances of escape. And every hour the chances are greater. But the likelihood of surviving in cold water is less and less. Teoretical engineering A very small and cheap device OFLAMERON can be used already in the water to double the thermal insulation of the suit. This is the pilot's "strategic" reserve in the water. Im

Rescue engineering

Rescue engineering "July 29, 1953 - reconnaissance aircraft RB-50G "Superfortress" (343rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron of the US Air Force), flying from Yokota airbase, Japan, was shot down by Soviet MiG-17 fighters (pilots - Alexander Rybakov, Yuri Yablonsky) in the area of Askold Island over the Sea of Japan. The aircraft's tail gunner unsuccessfully fired at Soviet fighters during the interception. Of the 17 crew members, 1 survived, picked up by an American ship.| From     https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Rescue engineering Even in July, the sea water temperature is significantly lower than the human body temperature. Prolonged exposure to water will inevitably lead to hypothermia. The wetsuit can keep warm for several hours. If you use the OFLAMERON device, this time can be increased by two or three times. In this case, it may take more than 2 days. Rescue engineering Anyone can use a shovel and hammer in nails. But not everyone can come up with new techniqu