10 Testing Endurance Of Airplanes

Testing Endurance Of Airplanes

Did you know that not every plane can be reliable enough? Let’s visit a workshop with restricted access where static load tests of aviation equipment used to be performed. The tests ensured that the plane wouldn’t be broken in the air due to heavy loads.

Static trials represent an experimental test method of defected mode and static strength of a plane construction. Static trials evaluate actual strength of a plane with the help of its testing before destruction. The place looked rather impressive. A huge Il-76TD is presented in the picture. The first flight was made on May 5, 1982.

Static trials are necessary as methods of projection and estimation of airplanes for their endurance used in the machine construction are ideal and different from reality. The workshop in the picture is very high which makes tests of both small and large airplanes possible.

Different recording facilities are located next to the cabin.

The massive metal constructions served as a base for trial conduction.

Endurance of plane wings are tested here.

Trial results were sent to the control center above.

The wing.

Cats are now owners of the place.


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10 Responses to “Testing Endurance Of Airplanes”

  1. ZeroDrop says:

    Abandoned, but at least not destroyed.

  2. Zonda says:

    The place look well, I imagine that exist interest in the world for such tests… at least to relocate the lab.

  3. Steamed McQueen says:

    Perhaps if this place was still funded and operational Russian aircraft would not fall out of the sky or crash on takeoff quite so much.

  4. Mario says:

    Nice place! Is that at Khodinka field in Moscow??

  5. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks in very good shape for being abandoned, but have never seen so much abandonment as in Russia.

    • ayaa says:

      Vy, konechno, ne budet. Vy tolʹko posmotrite, chto vy hotite uvidetʹ, i eto, chto vse ploho v Rossii ili russkogo proishozhdeniya.

    • Verto says:

      Today’s Russia is the “winner” of most “abandonment” achievement award ! ! ! ! ! ! in the history of mankind.

  6. Chris says:

    Abandoned??? Ridiculous!!!!!!

  7. JC says:

    Where is this?

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