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FORMULIR SURAT PERNYATAAN PENGAMBILAN IJAZAH DAN TRANSKRIP (457,4KB)

(18 Desember 2015  18:29:29)

PENGUMUMAN PESERTA LULUS TES PMB UIBA 2015 GELOMBANG III, 22 AGUSTUS 2015 (67,5KB)

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LEARN BEA’S PRELIMINARY REPORT ON LUFTHANSA CRASH (1,0MB)

LEARN BEA’S PRELIMINARY REPORT ON LUFTHANSA CRASH

 

Dr. Sohei Matsuno1), MS. Pujiono T.2)

1) Professor, RPLM, 2) Lecturer, BAT,

University IBA, Palembang, Indonesia,

E-mail: sohei_matsuno@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT

 

The Writers (of this Report) predicted in their earlier report on 2014 AirAsia Airbus crash that a similar event will happen sooner or later. Really, the Lufthansa Germanwings Airbus crash has happened, much sooner than they assumed (several years), only 86 days after the former. For the latter, there have been a lot of causal speculations. Unlike the former, it was fine when the latter happened. Hence, the favorite weather/pilot-error hypothesis is not applicable. Given the criterion, a copilot-suicide hypothesis appears. The Black-box-data analysis is done by BEA, and its result, Preliminary Report on Germanwings Airbus Crash, is released. BEA says the report has no prejudice to any hypothesis. But its contents, in effect, support the copilot-suicide hypothesis. The Writers offered their bulkhead-fatigue-rupture Hypothesis in a previous report. Given the BEA report, they have learnt it and found several questionable premises in it. Summarizing the results of studies, the Writers shall forward this Report before the people concerned. The purpose of this Report is to confirm the authenticity of the Writers’ Hypothesis, in analogy with the BEA report.

Keywords: Lufthansa / AirAsia crashes, analogy between airbus crashes, bulkhead fatigue

(24 Agustus 2015  18:11:27)

STUDY ON LUFTHANSA GERMANWINGS AIRBUS CRASH (400,2KB)

STUDY ON LUFTHANSA GERMANWINGS AIRBUS CRASH

    (Last updated June 22 2015)

 

Dr. Sohei Matsuno1), MS. Asmadi2)

1) Prof. Research Institute, 2) Lecturer, Faculty of Eng. IBA University Palembang, Indonesia

E-mail: sohei_matsuno@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT

 

The Writers of this paper presented reports of the same title as inscribed on this report. This is a last updated and more elaborated version of a series of the reports. Having had a new input, BEA’s Preliminary Report on Germanwings Airbus crash, the Writers are to respond to it soon by presenting a new report. This version plays a preparatory role for the new report. The main purpose of this report is the same as the previous ones, i.e., to forward a bulkhead-fatigue-rupture Hypothesis that shall replace the co-pilot-suicide hypothesis in order to have a right solution to the 2015 Lufthansa Germanwings Airbus crash event. This time, it is done making the BEA’s preliminary report as a counterpart.

Keywords: Lufthansa / AirAsia crashes, Airbus / Budget airline, analogy between plane crashes (22 Juni 2015  20:46:45)

A STUDY ON LUFTHANSA GERMANWINGS AIRBUS CRASH (221,4KB)

ABSTRACT

 

The Writers (of this paper) predicted in their earlier report on the AirAsia Airbus crash that a similar event would happen at about 5-yr interval. Really, the Lufthansa Germanwings Airbus crash has come but much sooner than they assumed, only 86 days later. For this event, there have been a variety of causal speculations. However, few make an analogy between the two events despite their resemblance. Unlike AirAsia event, it was fine when this event happened. Hence, the favorite weather/pilot-error hypothesis isn’t applicable to this event. Given a criterion, a co-pilot-suicide hypothesis has appeared. Black-box-data analyses are going with this hypothesis. The purpose of this report is to forward a bulkhead-fatigue-rupture Hypothesis that shall replace the co-pilot-suicide hypothesis for a right solution to this event.

To realize the purpose, this report proceeds in the following steps: (i) defining two logical terms, induction and deduction, clarifying a background to which the events happened, making an analogy between the two events, identifying the behavior of the plane on its last problematic timeline, (ii) learning the ongoing causation study, (iii) showing the Writer’s Bulkhead-fatigue rupture Hypothesis, and (iv) summarizing its conclusions.

 

Keywords: Lufthansa / AirAsia crashes, Airbus / Budget airline, analogy between plane crashes

(04 Juni 2015  22:19:27)

Germanwings Airbus Crash (354,6KB)

(05 Mei 2015  23:09:19)

A CAUSAL STUDY ON THE AIRASIA AIRBUS CRASH EVENT (247,9KB)

(02 Februari 2015  20:05:55)

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