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13th Sep 2015, 17:52
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I know what David G. thinks about the information...

I know what David G. thinks about the information conveyed by a unique debris: alone, it does not allow to reestimate the priority area via simulations (even if they include currents, waves/Stokes...
13th Sep 2015, 14:28
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I accessed to the Global Drifter Program data...

I accessed to the Global Drifter Program data available at:
ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/phod/pub/buoydata/
Here are 95 buoys closing the island of La Réunion (within 3 degrees of arc or 180 NM)...
6th Sep 2015, 19:54
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Posted By Hyperveloce

If I remember correctly, the most probable cause...

If I remember correctly, the most probable cause for the large BFO excursions at each sat link logon (18:25 and 00:19) would be that the OXCO was no longer thermally regulated (SATCOM switched off...
6th Sep 2015, 12:44
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Ok, so even if the IFE is switched off in cabin...

Ok, so even if the IFE is switched off in cabin from the cockpit (or via a power management plan or anything else), we still would have routine ground connections set over SATCOM by the IFE when this...
4th Sep 2015, 16:54
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I wonder whether something doesn't already...

I wonder whether something doesn't already suggest that since when the satcom link logged back on around 18:25:

The IFE equipment set up two ground connections over SATCOM (for the SMS e-mail...
3rd Sep 2015, 20:28
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I am not sure that the significant height, the...

I am not sure that the significant height, the period or the directionof the waves is known accurately for these regions of the world.
Some values can be extracted from satellite imagery: I decoded...
1st Sep 2015, 18:53
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Posted By Hyperveloce

... rephrasing the question: could the flaperon...

... rephrasing the question: could the flaperon have been lost at a previous stage of the A/C journey toward the 7th INMARSAT curve ?
1st Sep 2015, 12:49
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Is it time to reevaluate the search process ? ...

Is it time to reevaluate the search process ?

Find MH370 Using Autonomous Underwater Vehicles | Commercial Aviation content from Aviation Week...
24th Aug 2015, 09:48
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Posted By Hyperveloce

"dériver entre deux eaux" means "to drift in...

"dériver entre deux eaux" means "to drift in midwater"... not fully buoyant, not fully sinked, but submerged at some depth ("entre deux eaux" litteraly means "between two water masses" so with a...
24th Jan 2015, 12:24
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Could this phenomena triggers the high speed...

Could this phenomena triggers the high speed protection (in an ALT mode without alpha prot.) creating a diverging / self amplifying control loop (small NU input => hiher alt. => higher spd => high...
17th Jan 2015, 11:26
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Posted By Hyperveloce

CVR & DFR analysis

Hi there,
How long does it take to decode, visualize & analyse the DFR data ? (flight parameters, engine performance, structural modes,...). I mean to get the rought lines of the failure scenario ?...
25th Jul 2014, 14:24
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Posted By Hyperveloce

To recover bodies or parts of bodies ?

To recover bodies or parts of bodies ?
24th Jul 2014, 16:32
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Once per second ?! Aren't they both low and high...

Once per second ?! Aren't they both low and high sampling rate channels (for the acceleration increments) within the FDR ? :ugh:
24th Jul 2014, 16:20
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Wind-Tunnel, I am a bit bothered too with the...

Wind-Tunnel,
I am a bit bothered too with the data. Here are my last (Montecarlo simulation) results:
The last south legs of all the simulated trajectories are at constant speed (and altitude)...
23rd Jul 2014, 22:34
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Posted By Hyperveloce

:ooh: Does this large separation (between the...

:ooh: Does this large separation (between the cockpit debris and the main debris field) suggest that the nose/cockpit was immediately severed from the rest of the airframe by the warhead detonation ?
23rd Jul 2014, 00:03
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Posted By Hyperveloce

What could be learnt from the CVR/DFR ?

Some picts of debris (some being reinforced structural elements) peppered with a high density of small holes tell already so much...
Could the recorders collect data between the moment when the...
22nd Jul 2014, 00:11
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Do the shrapnel/fragmentation damage to the...

Do the shrapnel/fragmentation damage to the (left) underside wing and (left) side port of the cockpit suggest that the missile was zooming up to the A/C from its left side ?
17th Jul 2014, 23:42
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Posted By Hyperveloce

BTO values in the communication log

From the communication log, I get the following BTO values
TimeBTO=[0 12 13 25 37 118 191 251 311 371 461]; ...
13th Jul 2014, 18:22
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Posted By Hyperveloce

No, I am saying that these graphics were released...

No, I am saying that these graphics were released as part of the MH370 preliminary report by the office of the chief inspector of air accident, Malaysian MoT:
MH370: Transport Ministry releases...
13th Jul 2014, 17:16
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Posted By Hyperveloce

Are you suggesting that the official...

Are you suggesting that the official investigation team has lost sight of reality when it produces such trajectories ?
...
13th Jul 2014, 15:59
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I wonder if such a bunch of trajectories would...

I wonder if such a bunch of trajectories would draw the attention of the Indonesian airspace surveillance chain (the location of the unidentified A/C matters versus a RoI, but also its radial speed...
10th Jul 2014, 18:38
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Posted By Hyperveloce

:ok: very nice map mm43, as usual. what is the...

:ok: very nice map mm43, as usual. what is the average ground speed of this great circle trajectory ?

I tend to agree with OleOle when he suggests that the 18:40 BFO value of the C-channel Rx...
30th Jun 2014, 17:57
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Posted By Hyperveloce

I have tested this for great circles between...

I have tested this for great circles between waypoints (LNAV mode), between BEBIM (and a shifted version to the east) toward 3 destinations: the south pole, the Wilkins airport and NOBEY
...to...
29th Jun 2014, 17:24
Replies: 11,824
Views: 21,525,402
Posted By Hyperveloce

There are rhumb line trajectories intersecting...

There are rhumb line trajectories intersecting all the ping rings, with variable speeds, they depend where your starting point (at 18:29) is:

best bearing (so as to minimize speed variations) as a...
29th Jun 2014, 17:16
Replies: 11,824
Views: 21,525,402
Posted By Hyperveloce

I do not use an a priori AES fixed frequency bias...

I do not use an a priori AES fixed frequency bias (nor 150 Hz, nor a uniform distribution between 150-5 and 150+5 Hz like in the report), in my simulation the AES frequency bias is estimated (along...
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