The structure of aircraft has changed enormously over the last century, with most changes being made to aeronautical engineering. Almost every aspect of creating and designing an aircraft has changed. Changes have been made to aerodynamics, engineering, navigation aids, interior fittings and structural design. The first successful flight conducted by the Wright brothers was powered by a small light engine that wouldn’t weigh down the structure of the aircraft itself. The first jet engine, a heavier type of engine, was created and used during WWII. Since then, the structure of the aircraft has completely changed and is still changing today.
The first aircraft were designed with wire braced structures. Every component of the aircraft including the wings to the frame were constructed of wire. The plane was designed with a biplane construction and included lightweight materials such as bamboo and spruce. The era of these aircraft lasted until the 1930’s until metal structure aircrafts started dominating the market. During the 1930’s most planes were constructed with thin metal sheets and were manufactured to a monoplane design.
Today’s aircraft are mainly constructed using a semi-monocoque design. The creation of this smooth aerodynamic design was derived from the design of a yacht. The main advantage of this design is the wings being an active load-carrying member of the entire structure, instead of being an added load. This makes the entire structure multifunctional and less likely to require maintenance.
Novel designs are a design of the future. The concepts created for novel designs include only lightweight materials and are extremely fuel efficient. Researchers and aircraft experts predict it will be a long while before these concepts become a reality.
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UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS), operating under United Technologies, is one of the world’s largest suppliers of aerospace and defense products. UTC develops, manufactures and delivers parts to some of the biggest names in the aerospace industry. As a premier Boeing parts supplier and Airbus parts supplier, UTC has been hit hard with increases in production rates demanded by these OEMs.
UTC’s CEO, Greg Hayes, said during the company’s first-quarter 2018 earnings call,
“At Pratt & Whitney we are at rate 55 with geared turbofan engines...and we have committed to take the rate up over the next couple of years. But for the second- and third-tier suppliers, I question if the sub-tiers really have enough capacity. If we are going to see big jumps in A320neo and 737 production rates, it will be a problem, so you will see big bottlenecks.”
One of UTC’s major issues with this increase is not just a shortage of available materials, but the company’s deficiency of skilled production personnel who are capable of handling orders of this magnitude. OEMs including Airbus and Boeing, and other UTC-related companies, are showing backlogs as long as seven years for narrowbodies, which will be a near-impossible feat to complete without a strong production team.
UTAS’s electronic systems are generating lower margins for new-generation aircraft than they do for older generation aircraft. The newer systems use fewer moving parts, making them more reliable overall, but less than expeditious. Recently, UTAS’s CEO stated the company is “very focused on lean manufacturing techniques to continue to take margins out as older aircraft are replaced by newer, lower-margin” ones.
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Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are the foundation for everything electronic. As we move further into a technology-dependent society, everything is becoming digitized- which in turn increases the demand for PCBs. According to TechNavio, a leading market research company, the worldwide PCB is forecasted to grow at a rate of 6.14 percent from 2017-2021; TechNavio reports that NIPPON MEKTRON, Zhen Ding Tech, TTM Technologies, and Unimicron are key PCBs parts suppliers.
A more recent trend in the PCB market is the addition of IoT devices. IoT, or “The Internet of Things,” is a network of physical devices that are embedded with electronics, sensors, software, actuators and connectivity capabilities that allow them to exchange data; simply put, it's basically just connecting powered devices to the Internet.
The popular trend of turning devices into “smart devices” is gaining fast development worldwide. TVs, cell phones, laptops, and cars have internet connectivity capabilities. This puts an unlimited realm of possibilities right at our fingertips. Vehicles that have PCB connections can be linked to other devices, such as smartphones, allowing them to unlock their vehicles, check electric car battery status, control interior climate, and track and lock their cars from remote locations. With recent increases in vehicle safety regulations, connected cars are becoming an increasingly popular commodity.
As printed circuit board types become more globally in demand, suppliers must remain vigilant in meeting customer expectations. Blundell Production Equipment, a UK-based leading supplier, and distributor of PCB parts is dedicated to remaining relevant in the industry and are ensuring a future of growth and expansion.
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Fastener Fair USA took place from April 11th-12th at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland, OH. This event offered attendees an immersive look at the latest solutions and technology available on the market, catering towards manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and end users who are interested in gaining more knowledge of the fastener industry.
Some of the key events that took place were:
Management workshops – “Stress in the Workplace” by Christine Hunt, RD, LD, Health Director, Brighton-Best International; “Creating Your Own Brand” by Gail Friedberg, VP & Co-Owner, Zago Manufacturing Company; and “Guiding Millennials through Leadership” by Baron Yarborough, Director of Sales, Spring Bolt & Nut and President, Young Fastener Professionals.
Speed Networking Event, sponsored by Young Fastener Professionals – Allowed attendees to enhance their networking opportunities by connecting with like-minded, industry-connected individuals.
The “Looking into the Future of Space Technologies” session, presented by Dr. Andrew L. Gyekenyesi, associate chief scientist and research team manager at the Ohio Aerospace Institute in Cleveland – This session offered attendees an introduction, overview, and partnering opportunities within Cleveland-based aerospace research organizations.
“Advancing Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Opportunities in the Demanding Supplier Market” by Gavin Brown, Executive Director, Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association provided insight into the industry of aerospace fastener manufacturers. Brown spoke on the growing demand for aerospace fastener suppliers who can collaborate within a supply network to cut costs without reducing profit margins.
Fastening 101, presented by Laurence Claus, President of NNI Training and Consulting Inc. – An introduction to how fasteners are manufactured, the engineering behind them and other general fastener info.
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On this week's in-depth look, we are browsing our fiber optic cable selection and bringing you the best of the best. Below are the five best products that we found this week and a little bit about each one.
CozLink – 1000Base-SX SFP Transceiver Modules
This bad boy can pack a punch, and you shouldn’t underestimate it just because it costs a little less than the other ones out there. With 1.25Gb/s rates you can expect this guy to be able to handle anything you throw at it.
Amphenol Fiber Systems International – THDM Series mechanical transfer connector
The special thing this little guy can do is merge different fiber types into the same connector to create an easy bundle that can be applied to multiple applications.
Samtec – Firefly PCle Over Fiber
Samtec’s Firefly is made to limited the amount of power that is being flushed through the system while maximizing performance
TE Connectivity – Optical Flex Circuit
If you have always wanted a circuit that you can morph into whatever you want? This is your part. The Optical Flex can be manipulated so that it can be used in countless different environments and on countless different rigs.
Phoenix Contacts – Multimode Fiber Optic Patch Cable Phoenix Contacts makes sure it’s products meet all the industry requirements and standards, without blowing your entire bank account to do so. As you can see, there are a lot of different parts out there on the market and you are sure to find something that fits your current budget and needs.
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PennEngineering® has gotten rid of needing a welded down bolt thread be able to bolt something to the greater component. Introducing the microPEM® Flaring Standoff, that has revolutionized the way that a strong bolt type can be added to even the smallest of projects. Having a layer type design that allows it to be supported from the side that it is inserted through. Paring with materials that are .008”/0.2mm in size and materials such as stainless steel, plastics, metals, printed circuit board, and other hardness materials. These MSOFS standoffs are a one-time insertion to be able to be used to its full potential. With the innovative type of insert that this microPEM® creates, has been able to alter the way components are harnessed together.
Some hardware may not have the right threads to be able to attach certain components but with the microPEM® makes it all be possible. FasterWorld Inc. states that the primary purpose of the microPEM® is to be able to attach and/or space components in compact electronic assemblies.
With its unique capabilities, it has also been a prime solution for components uprising in the industry. Components that have great use for it are units such as automotive electronics, eReaders, laptops, smartphones, tablets, wearables, along with a variety of different range of handheld devices.
This only adds to the microPEM® fasteners distribution to be able to venture into newer industries for units requiring attachments with spaces. Being in accordance with the RoHS requirements automatically places them into a larger classification known as the mircoPEM®. The threads on the MSOFS are available in different configurations varying from #0-80/M1.
Penn Engineering fasteners have been in the industry since the year 1942 and continue to release newer innovations that can be the solution to any type of the joining of components.
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Norm Civata is a world renown Turkish fastener company that has successfully created a name for themselves from their unique design and configuration of the patent. Unique designs known such as the: NORMEST (NORM-Easy Self Tapping), NOW (NORM One Way), Fasti-NORM, and NORM-IFR have awarded them the heights to where they are today.
The company has learned to distribute its tasks to other branches and learned to join forces with sub dairy companies. Currently, the companies is fortunate to be able to employ 2,500 employees and counting. Norm is currently in various facilities throughout Turkey, Germany, and France. The Fastener company has five different marketing facilities that scatter through the listed countries while their nine production facilities are only located in Turkey.
Their large-scale production has begun increasing because of the exporting of products to other needing countries. Their products vary from different types of industries and can be you used on many applications. Their company’s potential is so wide that the company is able to provide customers with both sides, the female and the male configuration.
prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with non-metallic insert
hexagon nuts with flange
and special bushes
NORM research has taken pride in staying with the most efficient and productive manner in producing their fasteners. They have become the first Turkish company to incorporate the R&D Centre into their production creating a new generation of fasteners that increase vibrance resistance all while reducing stress on performing.
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Airbus and team have released what is pronounced to be one of the largest aircrafts in the aerospace industry known as the BelugaXL. Given its name by its unique design of the aircraft shaped like the head of beluga ocean mammal. The BelugaXL aircraft has been completed and released by the Airbus location that is located in Toulouse, France.
These transporting aircrafts will be used to transport large pieces of uncompleted aircrafts to other sites or locations worldwide. Airbus has facilities in other parts of the world such as their locations in the City of Toulouse, France, Germany, and Spain.
The BelugaXL design was heavily influenced by Airbus’ very own A330-200 jetliner. The head of BelugaXL’s programme clarifies that "many changes have been successfully designed, introduced into the aircraft and tested. Transforming an existing product into a super transporter is not a simple task.”
The beginning design was out of six initial designs that were voted on in the beginning of the year 2017 by Airbus production staff.
The Beluga Aircraft was considered when Airbus needed to fulfill transportation more efficiently at an increasing scale. This previous aircraft that Airbus would use to transport parts was the BelugaST aircraft with a payload only capable of transporting a single wing of an A350 XWB aircraft. By replacing the ST model the newer XL model will be able to transport both of A350 XWB aircraft wings at a time.
Before flight testing, the BelugaXL will be tested on the ground for engine security and other general checks to be able to qualify for aircraft certificates. These aircrafts are tested by hydraulic simulate systems that reenact turbulence and other natural occurrences the aircraft might face. The beginning of the entire BelugaXL programme commenced in the year 2014 and its steadily on its way to completion to date. For more information visit www.airbus.com
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In the aerospace industry, unmanned aircrafts have created a name for themselves in recent years as they no longer put an operator into risk as standard aircrafts. Creating new heights for uncharted territory, the career of the unmanned aircraft is well on its way to a soaring future.
Boeing one of the industry’s most astounded manufacturer has released a new unmanned aircraft prototype that introduces a newer way to aircraft. The aircraft is known as the unmanned electric vertical- takeoff and landing (eVTOL) cargo air vehicle (CAV) prototype. Boeing has begun into their newest stage of aircraft development to create a new generation of models and possibly the future of aerospace.
"This flying cargo air vehicle represents another major step in our Boeing eVTOL strategy," said Boeing Chief Technology Officer Greg Hyslop. "We have an opportunity to really change air travel and transport, and we'll look back on this day as a major step in that journey."
The Unmanned aircraft have been intended to be able to vertical lift cargo with approximated weight of 500 pounds. The (CAV) prototype is focused on cargo and “logistic applications “for commercial use.
The Boeing team of engineers were able to build the newly composed CAV prototype in little than three months.
Boeing sub diary Boeing Horizon X makes all this possible along with the help of their addition resources Boeing Research and Technology.
This prototype specs have been measured to be:
15 feet long (4.57 meters)
18 feet wide (5.49 meters)
4 feet tall (1.22 meters)
weighs 747 pounds (339 kilograms).
The prototype also includes eight counter-rotating blades that help the prototype be able to shift vertically. Boeing's world renown name will continue to expand as their company begins to shift its focus on what is yet to come in the near future.
Babcock International recently had a ceremony in Darwin, Australia to commemorate the introduction of two new Airbus H175 Helicopters. The first to be introduced to the southern half of the globe. While the ceremony was held in Australia, the two helicopters will be stationed in the little town of Dill, Timor Leste, located just north of Darwin. These two helicopters will mostly be used for search and rescue missions as well as transportation of important personnel.
The helicopters arrived together, after traveling on a cargo plane and entered service on January 1st, 2018. Airbus has been very hands-on through this whole process and has helped Babcock teach twenty-seven pilots as well as engineers the ins and outs of these helicopters. Nineteen more people will be hired to work on base as support. Along with these nineteen men and women, at least four engineers from local areas will be present at a training event at the Airbus Helicopter headquarters in Marignane, France.
Babcock went over many helicopter options before deciding to partner with Airbus and employ the H175’s. The final call was made based on the H175’s past performance. By adding the two new helicopters, the southern hemisphere will be able to up their performance by transporting 9,000 individuals and nearly 30 tons of material each year.
These two helicopters stationed in the Timor Sea, mark the fourth water based lodging for this model. Airbus H175’s are also located in the Gulf of Mexico, Western Africa, and the North Sea.