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"Prof. Nowaczyk told about a plane crash near Smolensk: separation of a wing, a series of equipment failures, explosions and crash.
Dr. Kazimierz Nowaczyk, who arrived to Poland from the US on Tuesday, presented the latest results of his research at a meeting of the parliamentary group for the investigation of the Smolensk disaster.
A broken left wing, a number of critical failures in the aircraft, an explosion in the cabin, aircraft disintegration into small pieces in the air and subsequent crash to the ground - that, in the opinion of experts led by Prof. Nowaczyk, was the cause of the crash of the government plane Tupolev at Smolensk.
Dr. Nowaczyk said that the failure of the two radio altimeters, is particular, could not have been a coincidence, and this conclusion is in direct disagreement with the report by the committee (a Polshevist one - KC) led by Polish interior minister Miller that based their conclusions on a faulty altimeter at the last stage of the flight.
The following faults were also mentioned as the ones that had occurred while plane was in the air: overheating of an engine (possibly, the first one) of the first block, and with switching of the system, the two others failed too, and lack of communication between the FMS (on-board computers) of the first and second pilot.
The failures were recorded in the last signal # 38 of the TAWS (due to beaconing by the Russian GRU - KC). In his report, Miller hid all the above-mentioned failures.
Moreover, Miller and his "experts" repeatedly stated that the trajectory of the TU-154 by the end of the flight was smooth, despite the fact that he had information that this was not the case.
According to Dr. Nowaczyk, the government commission deliberately distorted the flight parameters, ignoring the TAWS '# 38 signal and the ATM-QAR, to give credence to the version of the accident provided by the Moscow MAC Committee.
When asked about a possible cause of the accident, he said that it was not a collision with a birch.
- In any case, there is no evidence that the aircraft collided with a tree. The nature of damage to the left wing, and also the height of the flight in that moment, registered baric altimeters, indicate that Tupolev flew over the birch - said Dr. Nowaczyk.
Mr. Nowaczyk also noted that the distribution of debris and the position of the parts of the hull after the accident confirm the hypothesis of explosions.
Department of Monitoring