EniT- Case Studies-Structure & Cabin

EniT has carried many activities in Aerospace related to structures and cabin. Following are few activities in Structure design/ RDR/Design query Note & Interior design/ Feasibility study-

• TU 142 Up gradation-MRO
• Skin Panel design Optimization
• A350 XWB –900 and 1000 Series Structure Design and Weight Reduction
• Fatigue and Damage tolerance for the A380 Ribs
• Manufacturing Concession
• Interior design and Monument Feasibility study
• Design modification of Wall panel & Crew seat
• Cabins –Stress report & Interface Loads for Galleys
• Role Conversion from Military to VIP –Cabin Installation

EniT- Case Studies-System

EniT has carried many activities in Aerospace related to different systems. Following are few activities in System Repair / Maintenance support, System Integration and validation, System Modification support, System Upgrade / Modification support, Maintainability and In-service engineering support, System Safety Analysis-
• Technical Documentation
• Maintainability aspects study / Qualitative maintenance analysis
• Equipment Installation and validation
• Detailed Design Verification
• Modelling and Simulation
• Flight test data analysis –Performance analysis/ Handling qualities/ Hydraulic surveillance
• Block Diagrams –Creation / Modification
• Configuration Management & Request for Design Rework
• Certification support
• Fault tree analysis / Failure Mode Effect Analysis
• System Performance Study
• Engineering Project Management
• In Service Engineering

EniT- Composite material Technical write up

Composite materials are being accepted and adapted to be used as a material of choice in a number of Aerospace systems like Fuselage and Wing. Composite materials are replacing the metal components to provide material characteristic advantages like reduction in weight. With ongoing Research & Development in this emerging area, Design tools have been augmented to support design methodologies for composites. We have tried to show case classification, application area, design consideration, composite processing, Manufacturing process, competitive threats and software used in this write up.

EniT- HVAC Report

HVAC is an acronym that stands for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning. It is often installed into a single system and these three functions of the HVAC system are closely interrelated to provide thermal comfort and to maintain good indoor air quality. Heating is significant in maintaining adequate cabin temperature especially during colder weather conditions. It is also required to defreeze the windshields which are very critical Ventilation, on the other hand, is associated with air movement. There are many types of ventilation, but they all function similarly. Ventilation is necessary to allow carbon dioxide to go out and oxygen to get in, making sure that people are inhaling fresh air. Insufficient ventilation usually promotes the growth of` bacteria and fungi such as molds because of high humidity. The air-conditioning system controls the heat as well as ventilation. HVAC is sometimes referred to as climate control because it provides heating, cooling, humidity control, filtration, fresh air, building pressure control and comfort control. In this report the different stages involved in developing a HVAC will be discussed. Initially a concept is evolved based on the space constraints and based on this basic concept the system is further developed, tested and will be produced after achieving all specifications.