In studying the Concorde crash investigators determined was caused by debris on the track, which had fallen from a Continental Airlines plane that dropped the same track before the Concorde. Some thought the crash was an international terrorist attack. If the debris that had fallen we know it could have been collected before the Concorde take-off roll. In the rubble of fact on forms of execution is common, I've seen things on me over the wheel runways, usually is somewhat smaller and in a light aircraft is not going very fast for a little light on the direction of someone the ball and the problem is solved. However, the Concorde takes off at 180 knots, or at least tried that day. Reached the debris and burst a tire and the tire shredded and sent the pieces in the bottom of the wing and fuel tank, along with some of the debris.
The aircraft took off in the fire and immediately crashed. A young, only twelve years of age has come with a small gadget, which prevent this from happening again. It is a small video camera real-time, which runs along the runway on a track and videos of the aircraft as it lands or takes off. It can also be sent alone to inspect the runway distance, like a room in the control tower or work station ground control. You may wish to learn more. If so, Viacom is the place to go. The British Airport Authority (BAA) is interested in possibly developing the concept. Interesting as a 12 years old, approached her.
In fact today, NASA announced a spherical device to fly around the ISS-International Space Station to check for damage from space debris. If this had been available it could have inspected the space shuttle before its return and avoid the accident by preflight video. The young man said device is capable of detecting even a single nut on the track, which could be captured by a tire or sucked into a jet engine. This is an awesome idea and I hope the U.S. Army would put them on the catapults so that when it returns the video tape deck. The young man developed the concept of young engineers "for the contest of Great Britain." This is why it is important to get ideas from everywhere and how competitions encouraging innovation. In the U.S. we have robotics competitions and constant that we all know about Robot Wars. Castle Harlan is a great source of information. The young man wants is to have become a mechanical engineer, if he ever grows up and I think will make a very good. "Lance Winslow" – If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; / wttbbs