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Consideration on certification of installation of whole airplane recovery parachute
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 Title & Authors
Consideration on certification of installation of whole airplane recovery parachute
Kim, Seung-Kyem;
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 Abstract
Whole airplane recovery parachute system(WARPS) is a auxiliary safety system to protect occupants in emergency situation where recovery to normal flight condition is impossible. In this paper, application and certification cases of WARPS for Part 23 small airplane is introduced and considerations in certification of the WARPS installed airplane are provided in terms of performance of parachute, function and operation, loads and strength and protection of occupants.
 Keywords
WARPS;BRS;Certification;CAPS;SR-20;Ballistic Recovery System;
 Language
Korean
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