The strength of airplanes when experiencing turbulence is all designed to be so sturdy

The strength of airplanes when experiencing turbulence is all designed to be so sturdy

The strength of airplanes when experiencing turbulence is all designed to be so sturdy. How powerful is a plane? Have you ever asked yourself that question when you were on a flight and experienced severe turbulence? This Airbus wing can bend up to 5.2 meters so it can withstand strong gusts of wind.

Airplanes can also fly with just one engine as long as the engine can keep the plane flying at a speed of 250 km per hour. In the initial testing phase, aircraft parts must withstand various damage disturbances during the aircraft’s service life. And the service life of the aircraft is said to be more than 100,000 flights. Can a jet of water cause a plane engine to stall? This is one of the many things that are tested before an aircraft is declared airworthy.

Airplanes are designed based on existing safety requirements, but do not exceed the specified provisions. For example, a thicker designed fuselage will add extra weight thereby increasing fuel consumption. But don’t worry, vertical takeoffs like this prove how agile the plane is in emergency situations, even though Boeing does takeoffs like this just for show. Aviation technicians always carefully inspect aircraft windows. This is because windows are the main weak point in airplanes.

The “riskiest” part of flying is taking off and landing. In order to make flights safer, testing also needs to be carried out to determine the optimal speed of a flight. Just remember: Every aircraft’s important equipment, such as an altimeter, must always have more than one. Although about 1,000 people die in plane crashes each year, many more people die on their way to the airport. So don’t worry, if the plane experiences turbulence later.