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Thread: The physics of stuff getting hit
face picon face BY : Tamas Rudnai email (remove spam text)

> Last I heard aircraft certification required windshields be tested to not
> break with a four pound bird strike at cruise speed.

Are you sure this is tested in cruise speed? I thought it was for landing
speed only - at 6km altitude it is quite unlikely that a bird is flying but
I may wrong on this? Or you are talking about sport planes that are flying
at low altitudes?


On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 11:15 PM, John Ferrell <TakeThisOuTjohnferrellEraseMEspamspamearthlink.net>wrote:

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