This Aeronautical Project Report On Aircraft Structure is about the Aircraft Structure. The aircraft structure is an important part, which depends on the optimum requirement of the customer and the environments in which it will be going to fly for the major time. It has to go various checks at a regular intervals of flying hours under proper inspection. This report contains the basic information regarding the components of an aircraft and the basic concept of its design, which contains pictorial presentation of Airplane components.
The report also provides the brief description of Aircraft Tires, which includes Aircraft Tire Construction, Tread, Tread Reinforcement, Breakers. Casing Plies/Cord Body, Beads, Flippers, Chafers, Bead Toe, Bead Heel, Inner liner, Tread Reinforcing Ply, Sidewall, Apex Strip. The structure of an aircraft must be such that it can bear the differential pressure as well as the cyclic loads due to continuous take offs and landings.
The pressurization system of an aircraft must be in tune with the aircraft structure so that the differential pressure between the cabin and ambient pressure is under a constant value. To sustain such high differential pressure, aircraft thickness should be high which in result in a high amount of dead load or known as weight of an aircraft and high cost of production, which is undesirable. The report also contains the example which has changed the aviation history from the structure point of view.
There are various factors, which had changed the aviation history from the structure point of view such as the composites are being used to give extra strength to the material or the structure with a minimum addition to the dead load or weight of an aircraft. The factor of safety is designed to make the passenger journey comfortable and safe. The construction of an aircraft has to be done according to the requirement of the customer and the atmosphere or environments in which it will be going to fly.
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