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Of course, the pain is felt in any case.�
A plane crash is not only depressurization and pressure drops, but also a blow to the ground or water, lack of oxygen, suffocation from gases in a fire, high temperature when fuel is ignited, and so on.
Not everyone dies at once, someone is trying to save and he may die after resuscitation. Accordingly, it is more prolonged suffering from pain.�
If you want a little, you can find online recordings of recorders, videos from the cabin of aircraft when they crash. A terrible death, the enemy will not wish.
Why should a person's blood boil in a second? there were cases of a spacesuit depressurization in outer space, and nothing, the blood did not boil. the astronaut remained alive and well after such adventures.
All this is due to the fact that at low pressure (very low, such as in Earth orbit), the boiling point of blood decreases, but only to 46 degrees. And the blood after depressurization remains equal to the body temperature – 36.6, so it will not start to boil.�
But what can be, so it's oxygen starvation. Firstly, the fluid inside the body can expand too much, blocking blood access to the brain, and secondly, there is not much oxygen at altitude.�
And oxygen starvation will occur only closer to the 90th second of depressurization. By the way, for these cases, planes almost always have oxygen masks.
So it doesn't even smell like instant death.
In the end, let's return to the question – if the plane crashes due to equipment failure or depressurization, then death, most often, will occur instantly on impact with the ground.
Both yes and no.
It all depends on the injury.If the blow hit the head area, then I think the person will not have time to feel anything, but if first, for example, the leg is injured, then of course there will be pain.
It is impossible to answer unequivocally, because this is a matter of chance.
Lies in all responses. As a rule, a person has time to realize the onset of death. And as a rule, a person has time to feel ” pain.”
Including with a sharp depressurization of the cabin. Evidence in voice recorders:
Explosion on board the Tu-154B-2RA-85556 in 2004.�
Depressurization. People were alive until the moment of impact with the earth. Felt pain (recorded groans), managed to realize the onset of death. The drop time is 2 minutes �13 seconds. That's a lot…
If we are talking about an explosion (a rocket near the plane or a bomb under one of the seats), then there is a sharp depressurization of the cabin.
At this point, at a sufficiently high altitude, the blood in a person boils in seconds. Maybe the body still has time to hear something or see a flash, but not to feel pain. In all disasters, when the cabin collapses, the tail falls off, bodies fall-people are dead from the first seconds after depressurization. They die without suffering or suffering. Almost instantly.
If there is an accident (wing, engine burning, falling), but everything is still the same in the cabin-then the pain is still not where to come from, unless you hit your head on a soft chair or in the toilet at this time you can hit the corner.
There is always enough time to shout, be afraid, buckle up and lean forward when you fall, as the flight attendant will advise.
There is even a chance to survive. Pain will only occur in those unlikely cases of survival. Then again.
Probably not. Fear-yes, the car, but pain-no. The speed of the aircraft is at least 450 km per hour. If you look at what happens at such speeds, you can see that the whole “process” takes 1-2 seconds and there is no one to realize the pain there.