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Ejection Seat Mechanism in Civil Aircraft
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Author(s)
Richard Johnson
KEYWORDS
Bail, ejector pad, track system, ejection, hydraulic, propulsion, stability.
ABSTRACT
This paper deals with the ejection system that can be implemented in a civil aircraft. It is important for an aircraft to have an ejection seat in case the plane meets an accident in a battle or during test flight and the pilot has to bail out to save his
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