In aviation terms, a successful landing is in fact a controlled crash.
But I remember a crash test using an air liner many years ago to test the volatility of a fuel product which in tests when exposed to air gelled thus it was believed the devastating fireball effect from a crashing fuel laden airliner could be avoided as this fire ball was the biggest cause of lives lost. So they got themselves an airliner and prepared a crash track for it consisting of projections to rip the rings up on landing. It didn't go as planned, but it was agreed the fuel additive reduced the instance of death by frying alive
Here's the video of that test;
But I must add, I just love the Cornish St Piran flag on the tail.
1992 Saracen Traverse Elite ( Sadly Lost
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1995 GT Timberline.
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