Drone Smashes Into Airplane Wing While Takeoff


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+8 2. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

Nicely done video :D
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+20 3. Judge-Jake commented 9 years ago

#1 What do you mean 'Sadly?'
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+6 4. djacy commented 9 years ago

Yes is fake but still this drone's start been real pain in the ass i think....
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+7 5. blue_alien commented 9 years ago

I'm a little skeptic that a simple drone could do that kind of damage to the wing, but that's just my opinion.
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+6 6. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#1 had a small feeling it's fake too, but wanted to share it with you guys to see what you also say.

#5 Yes, it's very possible. Look what birds can do to planes:

Now imagine what a drone made of plastic and metal can do. It's all about speed here: if you throw a bullet as fast as you can with your hand at a car, it will just bounce and make small dent, but when you fire that bullet, it will get right through the car :D
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+1 7. MiniCray commented 9 years ago

I'm sorry #6 but it's not all about materials.

Yes birds are made of flesh and bones, and drone or other rc flying things are mostly made of plastic, carbon fiber, some aluminium and lithium batteries.

What is also important are mass and relative speed. Kinetic energy is given by the law E = 1/2mv².

The drone's heavier part is the lithium battery (not alwalys, depending of the drone of course).

It should be interesting to compare theoric kinetic energies, and more interesting compare crash tests !
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+5 8. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#7 I never said it's all about materials ;) I said speed :ghost:
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+3 9. MiniCray commented 9 years ago

#8 I have the partially reading comment syndrome :|
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+3 10. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#9 No worries mate :)
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0 11. Derpgeek commented 9 years ago

#7 there was plane crash in Argentina in 2006. Where smaller planes up curved wing tip sliced off Boing 737 wing.

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0 12. Granko commented 9 years ago

#7:...and about center of gravity, "density" of drone, deformation, etc...