The force required to open air bags is dangerous for?
The force required to open air bags is dangerous for children, infants, and small adults.
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Answer . \nTo fly an Air Force jet you must be a commissioned officer. To become a commissioned officer requires a bachelor's degree, normally a four year program.
no but you won't be covered by your insurance company if you remove it and they find out!
You snorted a hundred bag of cocaine and have a air force drug test in 6 months will it be detected?
nope, that amount of cocaine should leave your system within a week if you drink alot of water :D
Answer . I know in a non-military plane the cockpit can get very hot inside when not flying because the cooling of the cockpit is brought by the highspeed movement of the aircraft. So I would imagine that it is because its uncomfortable in the heat if the cockpit is closed.
What is the minimum force required to pull a 50 kg bag of fertilizer across the floor if the coefficient of friction is 0.37?
The formula for friction is F r = Î¼R Where Î¼ is the coefficient of friction, and R is the normal contact force. So the normal contact force will be Mass x gravity = 50*9.81 = 490.5 0.37 * 490.5 = 181.485 N It is worth noting that that answer is too precise and also that I ignored the vect…ors and just used magnitude, in more difficult problems you will need to use vectors. ( Full Answer )
Its an air bag. Yes, it has air in it. When a car crash happens, the bag fills up with air very quickly.
Yes when it is not used properly. Example when you burned it and you inhale the smoke, it might trigger your lung problem or give you problem in your lungs. Another thing is that, when you just put it anywhere and your little kids get it and play with it they might be suffocated when placed in their… head down to their neck. ( Full Answer )
You could lose oxygen, when a plastic bag is over your head, and suffocate. Plastic bags and other garbage are also, if not properly disposed of, very dangerous to animals; leaving this kind of trash lying around is bad for us and the environment in general.
The academy was established in 1954 , and the first class (class of 1959) was sworn in on July 11, 1955 . The pemanent campus located near Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened its doors on August 29, 1958.
The academy was established in 1954 , and the first class (class of 1959) was sworn in on July 11, 1955 . The pemanent campus located near Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened its doors on August 29, 1958. .
On 11 July 1984, the U.S. government amended Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 208 (FMVSS 208) to require cars produced after 1 April 1989 to be equipped with a passive restraint for the driver. An airbag or an automatic seat belt would meet the requirements of the standard. Airbag introduction …was stimulated by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  Airbags were not mandatory on light trucks until 1995. [ citation needed ] . In 1998, FMVSS 208 was amended to require dual front airbags, and de-powered, or second-generation airbags were also mandated. This was due to the injuries caused by first-generation airbags, though FMVSS 208 continues to require that bags be engineered and calibrated to be able to "save" the life of an unbelted 50th-percentile size and weight "male" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbag ( Full Answer )
Your computer cannot detect an airbag where it should be. This could mean that it has fired, is missing, or that the connection has been lost.
Yes - to animals who are not adapted to breath it eg fish, at the wrong pressures and temperatures eg at the top of mountains or inside a furnace. there are many places where air can be dangerous and many organisms to whom normal atmospheric air is harmfull
Please let me know how to calculate, how much material of HDPE of specific gravity of 0.945 gm/cc needed to make a 10x10 size of bag with the thickness of 10 micron.
is it dangerous to drive with the air bag light on all the time when driving we have the car for about 2 months used its a 2005 Chevrolet equinox thank y is it dangerous to drive with the air bag light on all the time when driving we have the car for about 2 months used its a 2005 Chevrolet equinox …thank y ( Full Answer )
Age 17- 34 Good moral standing Good physical condition (i.e. no history of asthma, diabetes, respiratory problems, muscular dystrophy etc)
\nWell depending on the year of the appointees school or basic training will usually start in the end of June.
Other than basic enlistment requirements there is a strength test, a color vision test, an ASVAB result standard, and criminal justice limitations such as no one convicted of a domestic violence charge may be Security Forces the USAF. Check with your local recruiter for the most up to date informa…tion. ( Full Answer )
If you are talking about the US Airforce you will as a minimum need to pass a health physical and take an armed services vocational apptitude battery of tests (ASVAB) covering your scores in four critical areas -- Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension and Mathematics Knowledg…e that count towards your Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) score. The AFQT score determines whether you're qualified to enlist in the U.S. military.. Your scores in the other areas of the ASVAB will determine how qualified you are for certain military occupational specialties and Enlistment Bonuses. A high score will improve your chances of getting the specialty/job and signing bonus you want. Scoring high on the ASVAB will require study and concentration. Don't skimp on preparing for this test. It's your future. Get the most out of it. You will find the answers to your questions and links to study for the tests here: http://www.military.com/ASVAB ( Full Answer )
A needle and thread are the most important tools, and scissors and pins are very useful.
They can cause steam scalding if you place your face near the bag when opening it.
Yes. But, it depends what are you in the air force, where you fight and who's on you, and much more. Chances, chances, chances.
The retraining window for four-year enlistees is between 35 and 43 months time in service and for six-year enlistees it's between 59 and 67 months. However, at an overseas location like Incirlik, the retraining window shifts. If you're overseas, the retraining window is 15 to nine months prior to …an Airmen's DEROS as long as they enter their normal retraining window prior to PCS. You can get more information on the AF Portal. ( Full Answer )
There is no required width as far as I know. Different air forces may have their own standards and regulations covering it.
You can be short and light to be in the AF. Make sure that you are healthy.
For the US Army; an infantryman making 25 combat air assaults from a helicopter, sometimes referred to as "airmobiles", earned one air medal.
the extremely rapid inflation of airbags. not wearing a seatbelt when an airbag inflates. being positioned incorrectly in the seat when an airbag inflates. if this question is for study island the answer is all of the above.
Yes, it destroys your lungs because of a corrosive chemical.........Dont inhale it That is very right indeed. When you are in an accident try to get out of there as fast as possible so you cant breath it in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The question is too general for a response, as there are many different mobility bags. Many "mobags" are generalized, i.e. A-Bag, B, C, D, and E-Bags. Each MAJCOM, UTC, and even AFSC can have a variation of any of the afore mentioned, i.e. A-1 Bag, C-1 Bag, etc. A _-Bag for aircrew would be differen…t than the _-Bag for ground troops. ( Full Answer )
With out getting killed? You don't. Messing with these things will get you dead or injured.
It depends on what you crash into , a solid concrete wall with no " give " or another vehicle , the collision has to have enough " force " to require the air bag(s) to inflate
Airbags are designed to deploy only when they might be needed to prevent serious injury. In order for airbags to be effective they must deploy early in a crash; in a frontal crash this typically occurs within the first 50 milliseconds (0.05 seconds). A vehicle's airbag control module relies on feedb…ack from crash sensors to predict whether an event is severe enough to warrant an airbag deployment. Frontal airbags: Frontal airbags are designed to inflate in moderate to severe frontal crashes. Among airbags with advanced features that include a safety belt sensor, there are different inflation thresholds depending on whether people are using their safety belts. One threshold used by airbag designers is "must deploy" which includes a situation such as an impact into a rigid wall of 10-12 mph for unbelted occupants. The "must deploy" threshold is slightly higher - about 16 mph - for belted occupants because the belts alone are likely to provide adequate protection up to these moderate speeds. Frontal airbags may deploy to help protect occupants in side impacts if there is sufficient forward deceleration during the crash. For example, if a vehicle is moving forward at the time of a side impact, frontal airbags can help prevent serious injuries. Advanced airbags compliant with government crash performance standards have been required in all passenger vehicles effective with model year 2007. Advanced airbags are designed to suppress deployment if weight sensors in the seat detect that a front-seat passenger is small or in a child safety seat. Advanced airbags also can deploy at a lower energy level or pressure when passengers are small or out of position, or if the crash is of very low severity. Side airbags: Because of the small space between an occupant and the side of the vehicle, side airbags must deploy very quickly to cushion occupants from intruding vehicles or objects. Some airbags typically deploy within the first 10-20 milliseconds of a side crash. "Must deploy" thresholds can be as low as 8 mph for narrow object crashes (e.g., trees and poles) and 18 mph for the more distributed side crashes (vehicle-to-vehicle crashes). Several auto manufacturers deploy the side airbags in frontal crashes to help control occupant movement during the rebound phase of a crash. Some curtain side airbags may stay inflated longer to protect occupants in rollover crashes. Allowing the airbags to remain inflated or triggering their deployment during a rollover can help prevent full or partial ejection of occupants. Curtorsey: Institute for Highway Safety ( Full Answer )
First, an applicant must meet all eligibility requirements. This includes: being a United States citizen (unless applying to represent an allied nation of the United States), being 23 or under as of the first day of Basic Cadet Training, being unmarried with no dependants, and being able to pass all… medical clearance exams (waivers for many medical disorders will be given if the application package is strong enough). The Academy looks for a "Whole Person Concept" in applicants. While extremely strong performance in one area may make up for deficiency in another, there are minimums which may disqualify applicants if they are not met. For instance, I believe the minimum ACT subtest score is either 24 or 25, meaning that if any of the four subtest scores on the ACT are below the minimum score, an applicant is disqualified. The average ACT composite score for appointees is 31. Physical fitness is assessed through a test known as the Candidate Fitness Assessment which consists of a kneeling basketball throw, pullups, situps, pushups, and a 1 mile run. While the Academy does not publish minimum scores for this test, I believe there are minimums in each area which must be met. Averages for appointees are published, so it is best to meet or exceed all published averages to be highly competitive. ( Full Answer )
Yes some bags can be dangerous, for example a plastic wal-Mart bag can make somebody suffocate
When the air bag light remains on, the system is inoperable. With the air bag light on and the horn not working I would suspect the "clock spring" is bad. Have your mechanic check it out soon.
If children are very young, they might swallow the plastic which can choke them. They can also put the bag over their head and then not be able to breathe.
The air inside the air bag will warm up and it will deform as itabsorbs energy from the moving object.
yes it must be required to test physically a person that he is able to join Pakistan Air Force.....
Standing height 64 inches minimum to 77 inches maximum for both pilot and navigator qualification. Sitting height 34 inches minimum (pilot) and 33 inches minimum (navigator) to 40 inches maximum (both), measured while sitting erect, the distance from top of head to chair seat.
Yes, you just can't be a fighter pilot: Call or visit your recruiter immediately, future Airman!
As per the new AFI 36-2903 188.8.131.52.3. Ribbons. All ribbons and devices will be worn on the men's service dress uniform. However, if the service coat is not worn then 184.108.40.206.2 states that all or no ribbons and devices will be worn on the shirt itself.
What does an air bag do to the acceleration of the person as they land compared to hard ground and how does this change the net force on the person as they land compared to hard ground?
The airbag reduces the deceleration experienced on impact. In terms of acceleration, this means that the airbag has lowered the rate at which the downward acceleration decreases . If a falling person hits solid ground then their velocity goes from high to zero almost instantaneously. This mea…ns that the downward acceleration has changed very quickly. The airbag increases the time in which it takes the velocity to fall to zero. This is the same as saying it reduces the deceleration. Of course an airbag has the additional benefit of being soft relative to the ground, but simply considering acceleration/deceleration, reducing this lessens the harm done to the person. A high rate of acceleration/deceleration by itself can cause death/serious injury as a person's internal organs rupture due to the sudden collision with the other parts of the body (bones for instance). An airbag is helping by reducing the rate of change of the downward acceleration to a more survivable level. The force on the person is therefore lowered on "landing". ( Full Answer )
If you are refering to an air bag in an automobile, then those bags are filled, very quickly, from a pyrotechnic device called a gas generator mounted at the base of the bag. Small sensors mounted in the car sense when you hit something hard and they ignite the pyrotechnic charge, which burns rapidl…y, releasing a lot of gas into a bag on the steering wheel, dashboard on headliner of a car. The bag fills and then deflates very very fast. FAST is the key thing here. ( Full Answer )
Can you have your lip pierced in the air force if not can you put something in it to keep the hole open?
Simple answer is NO. They consider clear retainers a piercing, and it won't be authorized to wear either in uniform, or on base in civilian clothes. Off base, in regular clothes, do what you will. Now, wether or not anyone notices the clear retainer is another story, but some hard-ass blue-blood AF …type is going to give you some long lecture about integrity.... ( Full Answer )
Plastic bags do not decompose properly, and cause harm to the environment. In today's day and age, this is a very bad thing, due to pollution from heavy industrialisaton. It is recommended that you invest either in an eco-friendly bag (available for a small sum either online or from stores) or bio-…degradable plastic bags (the same.) We also recommend you contact your local stores and ask them to provide eco-friendly bags if they do not do so already. ( Full Answer )
Not dangerous, but not as safe as if the light didn't come on. With the light on, you do not know if the airbag will function properly in the event of a crash.
Sleeping bags for babies have a number of risks. One risk is that the child could become overheated. Another more serious risk is that the child could become unable to breathe and would be at risk of death.
First of all, to get a job in the Air Force one should preferably be a citizen of the U.S.. Non-citizens can join the Air Force, however it is a complicated process involving birth certificates, green cards, and the jobs are very limited which require special security measures in order to obtain. Fi…rst thing someone needs to do is go to the library and study the ASVAB guide. Take the test and score higher than 40. This allows for job placement. Then attend your AF recruiters office, pass a drug test and have good credit. You'll then go under basic training for fitness, pushups and situps. ( Full Answer )
The Randolph Air Force Base opened up in 1931. Randolph is a flying training facility for the United States Army Air Corps, the United State Army Air Forces and the Air force during its entire existence.
No airbags are not mandatory on all vehicles. In the united statesairbags are mandatory on vehicles under 8500 gvw(gross vehicleweight rating), but might be standard/optional equipment from themanufacturer.