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Cabin pressurization - Wikipedia

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In airliners, cabin altitude during flight is kept above sea level in order to reduce stress on the pressurized part of the fuselage; this stress ...

How Things Work: Cabin Pressure | Flight Today | Air & Space ...

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In 1937, the U.S. Army Air Corps began research flights in a modified Lockheed Electra; the XC-35 was the first airplane built with a pressurized cabin.

Why do airplanes have pressurized cabins? - Quora

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Because you would pass out at cruising altitude if they weren't, due to the low partial pressure ... How is an airplane's cabin pressurized? Why are airplane ...

Aircraft Pressurization Beginner's Guide - AeroSavvy

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May 22, 2015 ... We fly high in the stratosphere without giving breathing a second thought. Aircraft pressurization system makes it possible. Here's how the ...

Pilot explains airplane cabin pressure - CNN.com

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Apr 5, 2011 ... If you listen closely to the important safety briefing on your next flight, you'll learn that in the unlikely event of a loss of cabin pressurization, ...

Adjusting Cabin Pressure Eases Air Passenger Discomfort - ABC ...

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Most aircraft cabins are pressurized to 8,000 feet above sea level, an altitude that lowers the amount of oxygen in the blood by about 4 percentage points, ...

How Airplane Cabin Pressurization Works | BrainStuff

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Apr 12, 2011 ... Last week the world was treated to an unexpected spectacle - the sight of an airplane cabin with a big hole in it open to the sky. We can ...

Why is cabin pressure increased above ambient pressure on the ...

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Jul 12, 2015 ... The source of pressurization for the aircraft is commonly bleed air from the engine compressor stages. See a more complete description of the ...

Can you explain pressurized airplane cabins? | HowStuffWorks

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What happens with pressurized airplane cabins? Visit HowStuffWorks to discover what happens with pressurized airplane cabins.

Why do airplanes pressurize their cabins? | Physics Forums - The ...

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They have to, so that the air inside is dense enough to provide breathable ( Oxygenized) air for the passengers. It costs money to heat this ...