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Weather
Aircraft design process
Aircraft design process & Development process
Airplane Parts and Function
  • Cockpit: Commabd and Control
  • Fuselage: Hold Things Together - Carry Payload
  • Slats: Increase Lift
  • Spoller: Change Lift, Drag and Roll
  • Alleron: Change Roll
  • Flaps: increase Lift and Drag
  • Elevator: Change Pitch
  • Rudder: Change Yaw
  • Vertical Stabilier: Control Yaw
  • Horizontal Stabilizer: Control Pitch
  • Winglet: Decrease Drag
  • Wing: Generate Lift
  • Turbine Engine: Geberate Thrust
  • Probeller: Rotating blade located on the front of the airplane
Runway Safety and Pavement
Types of runway safety incidents include:
  • Runway excursion
  • Runway overrun
  • Runway incursion
  • Runway confusion
  • Runway undershoot
Runway Pavement
  • Pavement surface:
    • Maximize friction for wheel or aircraft tires braking
    • Dry Runway Friction
    • Rejected Take Off - Take-off and Landing Performance - En-route Performance
    • Runway Surface State: the depth of water in the touchdown zone, or the measured or observed braking action.
    • Minimize hydroplaning following heavy rain
    • Grooving-Surfaces to be surface water film flows into the grooves and the peaks between grooves will still be in contact with the aircraft tires.
  • Pavement subsurface drainage and underdrains: help provide extended life and excellent and reliable pavement performance
  • Pavement Surface type codes:
    • ASP: Asphalt
    • BIT: Bituminous asphalt or tarmac
    • BRI: Bricks (no longer in use, covered with asphalt or concrete now)
    • CLA: Clay
    • COM: Composite
    • CON: Concrete
    • COP: Composite
    • COR: Coral (fine crushed coral reef structures)
    • GRE: Graded or rolled earth, grass on graded earth
    • GRS: Grass or earth not graded or rolled
    • GVL: Gravel
    • ICE: Ice
    • LAT: Laterite
    • MAC: Macadam
    • PEM: Partially concrete, asphalt or bitumen-bound macadam
    • PER: Permanent surface, details unknown
    • PSP: Marston Matting (derived from pierced/perforated steel planking)
    • SAN: Sand
    • SMT: Sommerfeld Tracking
    • SNO: Snow
    • U: Unknown surface
    • WAT: Water
Runway Surface Friction:
  • Runway Surface Regulatory Requirements
  • Runway Surface Texture: Macrotexture - Microtexture
  • Runway Surface Friction Measurement and Prediction in Winter Operations
  • Runway and the Effect of Rubber Deposits and Painted Markings
  • Runway Aquaplaning and Types of Aquaplaning: Dynamic aquaplaning,Viscous aquaplaning,Reverted rubber aquaplaning
Our Innovative Technologies:
Aircraft design process
Building Information Modeling - BIM
  • Design constraints:
    • Purpose
    • Aircraft regulation
    • Financial factor and maket
    • Einvironmental factors
    • Safety
    • Protoytye development & Modular design strategy
  • Design optimization
  • CAD-Computer aided design and modelling
  • CAE-computer aided engineering and modelling
  • Validation and optimisain
  • Design aspects
    • Wing design
    • Fuselage
    • Propulsion
    • Weight
    • Structure
  • Design process and simulation
    • Conceptual design
    • Preliminary design phase
    • Detail design phase
    • Delays
  • Programn development
    • Re-engine
    • Fuselage stretch
  • Runway construction
    • Load Classification Number (LCN Value)
    • Load Classification Group (LCG)
    • Aircraft Classification Number (ACN)
    • Pavement Classification Number (PCN)
    • Pavement types (rigid-more 3.5MN/m2 or flexible or Composite pavement)
    • Runway exceööent drainage capabilities-aquaplane-thin-film of water
    • Types of subgrads -Material- capping layer - limitation of pavementlevel
    • Maximum tyre pressure for the pavement
    • How the strength assessment has arrived at technical design
    • How the strength assessment has arrived at experience-in-use

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