Pressurisation in aeroplanes is an essential mechanism to guarantee the viability of commercial flights. As we ascend, pressure decreases and we need a system to maintain the required pressure within the aircraft.
But how does it work? Why is pressurisation necessary in aviation? What happens if the cabin is depressurised?
In this post, we take on various issues you may have wondered about (or not) about the pressurisation of aeroplanes; be warned , though, it’s going to be very, very interesting. Let ‘s get started!
- Why was pressurisation started in the cabins of aeroplanes?
- How is a plane pressurised?
- Ways of pressurising aeroplanes
- What happens if a plane’s cabin is depressurised?
- The evolution of cabin pressurisation
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