German Aerospace Center Studying Virus Spread In Passenger Cabins

DLR is using dummies in cabin mockups to research how viruses spread in aircraft and trains.
Credit: DLR
As manufacturers and operators work to reassure passengers that flying in aircraft is safe because existing filtration systems remove pathogens from cabin air, German researchers are studying how viruses spread inside aircraft and other densely packed forms of transport, such as trains. Using...

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