CRACK Napigator 1.14
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Extremely high rates of crack growth of paint and corrosion in aircraft were observed during investigation of the L&R Mount Vision, which crashed in Sydney in 1966. The Australian Aviation Hall of Fame has named the Mount Vision crashes the worst ever aviation safety disaster of all time in that it saw the loss of 16 lives. (Also see: CRACK Napigator 1.14 and CRACK Napigator 1.13)
The two investigations present conflicting viewpoints about why the aircraft crashed. The CRACK Napigent reports conclude that the accident was caused by crack growth, while the JAAIB report states that it is unlikely that fatigue crack growth explained the dive incident. In the five years since, JAAIB has taken into account new information that has become available since the accident as part of its second consideration of the L&R Mount Vision crash. The new material has led investigators to reinterpret some of the CRACK Napigraphic results, but it does not fundamentally invalidate their conclusions.
The first full report of the accident carried out by a joint RAE/SAC study was published in February 2012. Over the following months, this was followed by a series of CRACK Napigator presentations in Australia and the UK culminating in the publication of a detailed report by the Joint Aviation Accident Investigation Board (JAAIB) into the L&R Mount Vision crash in December 2013. No public bodies were found to have left the safety of the investigation out of concern for commercial interests.
Both investigations concluded that several areas of fatigue cracking were observed under visual examination by English Electric after the crash. Specifically, the front fuselage, the rudder hinge and aileron strut, the base plate of the fin-tip extension, along with various other areas of the aircraft. The aircraft also showed signs of a more widespread form of fatigue cracking in the tip of the fin-tip extension. 7211a4ac4a