Ce qui est passe en 2015 comme par exemple Boc aviation ,a moins que celle-ci sois un lol
merci par avance
|Quoting enzo011 (Reply 86):|
Wasn't it always the plan to deliver 200 A320neo in 2016, not just P&W engine deliveries? How many CFM deliveries are planned for 2016?
Some 300 personnel, including nearly 50 experienced employees from the A320 final assembly line in Tianjin and 70 from Airbus’ European final assembly lines, will be working at the A330 C&DC from the start. Their activity will involve passenger cabin installation, fuselage painting, engine run, production flights, as well as delivery to customers.
Aircraft processed at the Chinese Completion and Delivery Centre will be built at Airbus’ A330 final assembly line in Toulouse, France, and then flown to Tianjin. Customer deliveries of finished A330s from Tianjin are scheduled to begin in September 2017
In the embodiment shown, the propulsion engine (10) is a multi-fan engine housed in a nacelle (20) comprising: A propulsion unit 11 in the right side having a first fan 13 encased by a geared ring 19 and a combustion engine 15 housed in a fairing 12 including at least a compressor, a combustion chamber and a turbine driving a first shaft 17 connected to the first fan 13. A second propulsion unit 21 in the left side having a second fan 23 encased by a geared ring 29 connected to a second shaft 27. The second shaft 27 is also coupled to an electric machine 25 housed in a fairing 22 and connected to an electric storage device 41, such as a battery, located externally to the fairing 22.
AeroPatent.com reports that in the aftermath of MH370 disappearance, it has become clear that more R&D is needed to improve in-flight aircraft tracking and emergency locator beacon technology. In recent months AeroPatent reports seeing dozens of patent applications publish in related areas.
Here is a recent proposal from Airbus, for a crash-survivable emergency locator beacon designed to be jettisoned from the aircraft before impact. It even features a clever inflatable cushion and or parachute to provide a soft landing.
A distress signal transmits flight data prior to jettisoning, with information such as acceleration, position and speed, which potentially overcomes the issue of beacon drift when the aircraft is submerged. Furthermore, a recharging system is provided in the form of photo-voltaic panels and or wave energy harvesting to extend the active life of the beacon.
Uniquely, the assembly is located at the rear of the aircraft and integrated with the navigation lamp assembly. This makes it less expensive and easier to manufacture, install and maintain, in particular when compared to other recent proposals that have focused on through-fuselage beacon deployment.
A very clever proposal