Journal of forensic sciences
This study examines patterns of skeletal trauma in propeller-driven aircraft crashes and blast-related ground loss incidents from WWII. Specifically, descriptions and criteria used to characterize aircraft deceleration- versus blast-related skeletal injuries are examined from 35 recently identified forensic anthropology cases to determine possible ...
Royal Society open science
The Internet not only has changed the dynamics of our collective attention but also through the transactional log of online activities, provides us with the opportunity to study attention dynamics at scale. In this paper, we particularly study attention to aircraft incidents and accidents using Wikipedia transactional data in two different language...
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology
Weather conditions at night on March 19, 2016, when Boeing 737-800 crashed in Rostov-on-Don, are analyzed using the data of aerodrome observations and radiosounding, satellite data on cloudiness and cloud top temperature, and the data of synoptic and calculated charts of maximum wind.
Scandinavian Journal of Forensic Science
Previously, a pair of aircraft crash fatalities was reported by Byard and Tsokos involving extreme trauma to the lower legs with avulsion of the musculature and extrusion of the distal tibial shaft through the inferior aspect of the feet and shoes. This report was important to both the forensics and the injury prevention fields because it demonstra...
23rd International Conference on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technologies, SMiRT-23, 10 - 14 August 2015, Manchester, UK
One of the possible threats for a nuclear power plant is an intentional large passenger aircraft impact against, for example, the reactor building of the plant. Resistance of the structures against such an impact is shown with predictive models which have to be validated against relevant experimental data. The phenomena that arise in such a crash w...