Re: F-22 Pilots Dizzy at the controls
OBOGS is an osmotic system where you separate oxygen from air, leaving fairly pure O2 on one side and enriched nitrogen on the other side. O2 to the aircrew, enriched nitrogen to the fuel tanks. OBOGS systems have a lot of advantages. You eliminate the need for a cryogenic system to make the LOX, you eliminate a hazardous LOX system from the aircraft, and as a byproduct of getting oxygen from the air, you have an enriched nitrogen gas that you can use instead of air to assist in fuel transfer and as a fire suppressant in the fuel system. A real win-win situation. Why canít these bozos get it right?