Is it possible for the front window of an airplane located near the captain's seat to break under extreme circumstances like a bad landing?
Anything's possible, but it really depends on what kind of plane it is. The larger the plane, the more heavy duty the windows are. Commercial airliners are rated to withstand a pretty large amount of force at a higher altitude. Smaller planes aren't rated at all and break about as easily as a window in a house. == Probably not. It is possible that a portion of the instrument panel can fall down during a hard landing. Hail stones can cause severe damage to a windshield, but usually at high altitude when the aircraft is traveling faster. On the webiste airliners.net under Accidents, there is a copyrighted photo of a Boeing B767 window that cracked due to malfunction of the heating system on a flight from MBJ to ZRH about 3hrs before landing. And another photo of a Canadian CL-600 that was enroute from Harrisburg, Pa to Dallas/Fort Worth, Tx, when the first officers windshield "popped" at 40,000 feet. Also, there have been a few examples of a mid-air bird strike where a large goose struck the nose and crashed right through it and the pressure bulkhead and the instrument panel(or below it) and landed in the pilot's lap. ANSWER 3 modern aircraft windows are made from laminated (multiple layers) of various strength high impact plastics - the laminations are designed so the window even if it shatters it holds together as a single unit - very rare for a modern aircraft window to come apart but what does happen is the window that breaks becomes opaque (you cant see through it) so a pilot would have to fly "blind" on insruments only Pilots are taught not to look out the windshield when they're flying under instrument rules. Switching from visual flight to instrument flight is a sure way to develop spatial disorientation and wind up flying into the ground. To answer the original question, it's possible for an airplane's windshield to break, but a landing bad enough to break a windshield would be bad enough to break the rest of the airplane. Impacts and failures of the windshield heater (airliner windshields are heated on every flight, and they are installed as inner and outer windshields so if an outer windshield breaks the plane doesn't depressurize) are what break windshields.
Yes, it is possible to have them removed as long as the class was dropped under extreme unavoidable circumstances. In these cases they require valid proof (i.e doctor notes, funeral dates, etc.). At UNO they require you to file an appeal form explaining the circumstances and reasons for dropping the course. Just go to either your advisor or your college and ask them how to go about appealing a W.
Is it possible for a teenager to be fostered because he or she is in no way shape or form happy with their current life and is possibly suffering from depression because of it?
Your parents are controlling and over protective you really don't like living with them is it possible for you to move in with a friend an just never go back home again at the age 14 and in Virginia?
While it is technically possible to get emancipated, I would imagine, it is perhaps not advisable. This is for extreme circumstances of abuse, usually. What you view as controlling and over protective may be necessary in your parents in order to protect you. If they care, it should be possible to talk to them, and work through these issues, rather than taking the extreme route of moving out.
For most practical cases, there is no way to do so. For instance, the temperature has hardly any influence on such a half-life.However, in certain extreme circumstances it is possible to make an atom decay (or fuse with other atoms) - for example, with temperatures of millions of degrees, or bombarding the atoms with neutrons or some other particles.
The Center of Gravity(CG) is important for the performance of the airplane in flight. For many aircraft, the CG must be within a small distance and very close to the wing spar and the center of Lift. If the CG is too far forward or backward, then the aircraft has to be trimmed to fly level. When it is trimmed, the extra lift (or negative lift) by the Tail can reduce the total lift of…
It's hard but it is possible in some circumstances. Parents have a legal right to custody (visitation) of their child, but if a parent is not fit to have custody the courts will terminate their parental rights. Generally the situation must be extreme, as in an actual threat to the well being of the child, for the courts to terminate any parental rights.