Bird strike: An experimental, theoretical, and numerical by Reza Hedayati

By Reza Hedayati

What's a chicken strike? Any touch among a relocating motor vehicle (usually an airplane) and
an airborne avian creature (usually a fowl or bat) or a bunch of such avian creatures is
called a chicken strike. The time period is generally improved to incorporate different flora and fauna species
including terrestrial mammals. the results of such touch for a chicken is, in fact, usually
fatal. For an plane, in spite of the fact that, the end result can differ from a blood smear, an indentation
or small gap within the aircraft’s body, monstrous harm to an aircraft
component, or perhaps whole airplane destruction; this can be often because of significant
bird moves that disable engines.
A poultry strike can, for that reason, be an important possibility to the protection of plane go back and forth.

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After a breeding season, they travel to more southern wintering grounds where they can find more food in cold weather. , 2001): l l l l migrants À birds that stay temporarily during spring and fall; summer residents À birds that breed and raise their young on airport lands; winter residents À birds that spend only their winters at airports for improved feeding opportunities; and residents À birds that are present all year long. Since early 1980s, the Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) team of the United States Air Force (USAF) developed a bird avoidance model (BAM) to warn aircraft crews of bird activity.

2%) occur in the speed range of 201 À 300 km/h. 8%) (Krupka, 2000). 1%). 4 France In France, bird-strike incidents are reported by pilots, repair workshops, and aerodrome controllers, and sent to the database collected by the Service Technique de l’Aviation Civile (STAC) and thence forwarded to the ICAO to be added to the ICAO Bird Information System (IBIS) file. e. ). Of the 22 crashed commercial aircraft during the period 1980–2008, one occurred in France on an executive aircraft the engines of which had not been certified against bird ingestion (Civile, 2008).

A thermal imager tool can recognize, identify, locate, and track potentially hazardous wildlife within an airport under all conditions of visibility (Gurski, 2008). 3 Bird distribution maps Bird distribution maps are usually used for bird conservation, land-use planning, and assessing the environmental impacts of human activities. Analyzing the bird distribution maps can also be helpful for modifying flight paths and times, aiming to reduce bird strike. The majority of birds (more than 80%) occur in the continents and the remainder occupy islands.

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