How a Lightning Strike Exploded a Passenger Jet


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How a Lightning Strike Exploded a Passenger Jet



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  1. The F35 can fly in a thunderstorms now. It couldn't use the existing system because the F35 uses its fuel as hydraulic fluid. This requires high pressure in the tanks. This was fixed the the same way Bowing did it on the all carbon fiber 787. Titanium wire .

  2. The fuselage is hollow , while the outer layer is electrically conductive and separated from the inner fuselage by struts covered by rubber and wrapped with copper , this separates it from the non conductive composite inner , which allows the electric current to flow around and off of the aircraft leaving the airframe and its electrical systems intact.

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  4. The F-35: Can’t fly when it’s too cold because the batteries don’t work. Can’t fly in the desert because it’s engine struggles. Can’t fly in thunder because of the exterior. Just buy more F-15’s and -16’s; they do the job better and cheaper.