I propose that when we are asked about using bicycle parts for anything that is:
- Not human powered
- Not a bicycle with an electric or internal combustion engine
- Not something pulled by a human powered vehicle or a bicycle with an electric or internal combustion engine (like a cart, child carrier or trailer)
These categories were as broad as I could imagine but may need tuning.
we close the question as off topic and recommend that the poster ask the question in the appropriate forum/stack exchange.
Questions like "Are chainring bolts strong enough?" and "What are the typical range of maximum braking friction forces?" seem off topic.
The first question wants to know if chainring bolts are strong enough for an unknown non-bicycle application.
The second question wants to use bike parts in aviation.
We should be as helpful as possible but we aren't helping anyone by speculating on what brakes will work on glider or if chainring bolts will be strong enough for an unknown application.