Aircraft bird strikes

100 YEARS OF FATALITIES AND DESTROYED CIVIL AIRCRAFT …

1.3 At the 1996 London and 2003 Warsaw Meetings of the International Bird Strike Committee, illustrated Working Papers were presented that provided brief details of all known fatalities and destroyed aircraft due to bird strikes during the period 1912 to 2002. These Papers were felt to be

December 17th,2019

Bird strikes in military aviation - ESA ARTES

How to prevent en-route bird strikes? Birds try to avoid aircraft But are too late HUD films Ultimate prevention Timely warning of birds for approaching aircraft by ??? In the mean time: aircraft have to avoid birds T (detection + recognising + processing + action) bird > T (distance / speed) aircraft

https://artes.esa.int/sites/default/files/Bird%20strikes%20in%20military%20aviation_Arie%20Dekker.pdf

December 17th,2019

AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF BIRD STRIKES ON FLIGHT …

die as a result of bird strike when his aircraft struck a gull along the coast of Southern California (Cleary and Dolbeer, 2005). Since those first bird strikes, aircraft designs and performance have changed radically, and bird populations and air traffic have also increased (Dolbeer and Seubert, 2009). As a result, at

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December 17th,2019

WILDLIFE HAZARD MANAGEMENT

•Increasing populations of many bird species hazardous to aviation . •Adaptation of birds to urban settings. •Increasing air traffic . •Faster, quieter 2-engine jet aircraft . •Increased liability issues with bird strikes .

https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2018/WHMC-December/2-4%20Wildlife%20Hazards%20Management.pdf

December 17th,2019

Bird strikes and aircraft fuselage color: a correlational study

whether aircraft color scheme might play a role in bird-strike frequency. We used public records of bird strikes along with information on fl ights that were gathered by federal agencies in the United States. We estimated the bird-strike rates and compared them among airline companies

https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/pubag/downloadPDF.xhtml?id=53820&content=PDF

December 17th,2019

100 YEARS OF FATALITIES AND DESTROYED CIVIL AIRCRAFT …

1.3 At the 1996 London and 2003 Warsaw Meetings of the International Bird Strike Committee, illustrated Working Papers were presented that provided brief details of all known fatalities and destroyed aircraft due to bird strikes during the period 1912 to 2002. These Papers were felt to be

http://worldbirdstrike.com/Stavanger/100%20years%20of%20fatalities%20and%20destroyed%20civil%20aircfaft%20due%20to%20bird%20strikes%20Paper.pdf

December 17th,2019

Bird Strike Damage Windshield Bird Strike Final Report

Bird strikes are random events. The intersection of bird and aircraft flight paths, the mass of the bird and the part of the aircraft struck are all random elements that will determine the outcome. In managing risk all that can be controlled are the design and testing of the aircraft driven by certification specifications, the aircraft’s ...

https://www.easa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/dfu/Final%20report%20Bird%20Strike%20Study.pdf

December 17th,2019

UPDATE ON FATALITIES AND DESTROYED CIVIL AIRCRAFT DUE …

29th Meeting of the International Bird Strike Committee, Cairns (Australia) 2010 IBSC 29/WP J. Thorpe, 2010 Update On Fatalities & Destroyed Civil Aircraft due to Bird Strikes with Appendix for 2008 & 2009 1 UPDATE ON FATALITIES AND DESTROYED CIVIL AIRCRAFT DUE TO BIRD STRIKES WITH APPENDIX FOR 2008 & 2009 J. Thorpe John Thorpe FRAeS, Aviation Safety Adviser & Past IBSC Chairman

http://worldbirdstrike.com/IBSC/Cairns/IBSC29%20WP06.pdf

December 17th,2019

Date: 24-03-2014 Location: Cairo – Egypt Presented by: Dr.Nabil …

A bird strike is strictly defined as a collision between a bird and an aircraft which is in flight or on a take off or landing roll. The term is often expanded to cover other wildlife strikes - with bats or ground animals. Bird Strike is common and can be a significant threat to aircraft safety. For smaller aircraft,

https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/Wildlife%20and%20FOD%20Workshop/Risk%20Reduction%20program%20-%20GACA.pdf

December 17th,2019

2018: The “Year of the Bird” Marking the Centennial of The …

For commercial and GA aircraft, 71 and 72 percent of bird strikes, respectively, occurred at or below 500 feet AGL. Above 500 feet AGL, the number of strikes declined by 34 percent for each 1,000foot gain in height for commercial aircraft, and by 44 - percent for GA aircraft. Strikes occurring above 500 feet were more likely to cause

https://www.faa.gov/airports/airport_safety/wildlife/media/Wildlife-Strike-Report-1990-2018.pdf