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We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social shstem. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Published by Jody Jackson Modified over 2 years ago. During the 50’s a committee was formed involving representatives systeem airlines, aircraft industries, engine industries and government employees to discuss an advanced design.

There were 3 possible innovative designs that could be followed. The first was a plane with a very strange wing, -M shaped, with max speed 1. The second design was the one that was similar with the final Concorde, with similar wing but with max speed 1.

The third one was chosen from the Americans and was for a huge plane with max speed 3 Mach. An agreement was signed between the Britain and france for developing the plane.

The Olympus Mk B engine was used. The aircraft used very complicated systems that were systfm used before.

When put into service The Concorde became very expensive to use with increasing oil prices. The end of Concorde era was just a few years back. The advance in aeronautics that it brought was enormous although its service life was short.

Olympus Mrk turbojet Engine Manufacturer: A total of 38,Lbs thrust were available. The Olympus engines are 2 spool engines. The inner shaft revolves within the outer shaft. The engine consists of 14 compressor stages, 7 on each shaft, driven by their respective turbine systems.


At supersonic speeds when the air approaches the combustion chamber is is very hot due to the high level of compression of The RPM of the engine’s outer shaft is controlled by the amount of fuel being burnt. By varying the surface area of the primary nozzle, the inner shaft RPM can be controlled relative to the outer shaft RPM. Concorde is the only civil airliner in service with a ‘military style’ afterburner system installed to produce more power at key stages of the flight.

This reheat system, injects fuel into the exhaust, and provides 6,Lb of the total available thrust per engine at take off. This syste, used on take off and is what is mainly responsible for the additional noise that Concorde makes. The reheats are turned off shortly after take off.

The Aircraft has an electrically controlled throttle system that is used to control the power delivered from the engines. The computer applies the power to the engines in a correct and controlled manner.

A contingency setting is available for use during engine failure and more power that normal is required from the remaining engines in the second photo, the afterburner reheat system can be clearly seen, it is the smaller ring structure situated inside the engine casing. The air intake ramp assemblies main job is to slow down the air being received at the engine face to subsonic speeds before it then enters the engines.

At supersonic speeds the engine would be unstable if the air being feed to it was also at a supersonic speed so it is slowed down before it gets there. The secondary nozzles are opened further to allow more air to enter, therefore quietening down the exhaust. The Secondary air doors also open at this stage to allow air to by pass the engine. At the supersonic cruse speed of mach 2.

Nose down at The only difference is that during flight fuel is transfered from tank to tank to maintain trim and balance of the aircraft.

Concorde – Wikipedia

The Center of Gravity is critial and required to be moved for different speeds. The fuel is also used as a heat sink for cooling purposes. The design gives good lift at low airspeeds by increasing the angle of attack and it also performs at high speeds with very little drag. As the aircraft gets closer to the ground, the downwash of the air between the wing and the ground creates a cushion.


Hence landings are smooth. For accurate weight and strength a copper based aluminium alloy called RR58 was used for this purpose. The process used was called sculpture milling.

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS OF CONCORDE – ppt video online download

Due to the process there was no welds or rivets anywhere on the wing ; hence strength was improved and about pounds of material was saved. Separate from this configuration is a tail bumper gear that is fitted to prevent any damage to the fuselage The nose gear is situated behind the flight deck, making taxing different to a normal aircraft and it also retracts forwards.

The main landing gear on Concorde was the first to be fitted with the now standard Carbon Fibre brakes that are seen on all aircraft today. Propulsion System A machine that produces thrust to push an object forward The amount of thrust depends on the mass flow through the.

Airplanes 2 Introductory Question As you ride in a jet airplane, the clouds are passing you at mph. The air just in front of. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Auth with social network: Registration Forgot your password?

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