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Introduction to the types of aircraft simulation cabins

The aircraft simulation cabin model is to place a model aircraft in a horizontal state in the middle of three mutually perpendicular planes, and make the longitudinal axis of the fuselage perpendicular to one of the planes and parallel to the other two planes.

The classification of aircraft simulation cabins can usually be divided into three categories according to the different control forms of model aircraft: free flight, wire control and remote control. There are many kinds of materials for static aircraft models, including metal, plastic, Resin, fiberglass, etc., are also divided into models of more than 10 cm, more than 20 cm, more than 30 cm, and more than 40 cm according to the proportion, until the model of more than one meter. The famous ones in China are J-10 aircraft model and J-15 carrier-based aircraft. Models, J-20 aircraft models, J-11\/J-11B aircraft models, etc. There are also many kinds of dynamic aircraft models, the main production materials are: EPP foam, EPO foam, KT board material, etc. Dynamic aircraft models can fly, mainly It is a remote control aircraft model, and the direction and speed of the flight are controlled by humans through the remote control. The flight power is generally realized by batteries or gasoline.

The main materials of the aircraft simulation cabin include (resin, plastic, alloy and new composite materials) 4 parts, the specifications range from 40 meters to 30 cm, and the proportions of various models are complete. The aircraft models include: passenger aircraft A320, A380, C919, broadcasting 737 , broadcast 787, flight attendant teaching and training simulation cabin and equipment, aviation simulation cabin, fighter model, helicopter model, J-10, J-20 aircraft model, Apache model, air police 200 early warning aircraft, Yun 8, glider, broadcast 787, air Aircraft film and television props such as passenger A320, and produce according to different requirements of customers with samples and drawings.

Most aircraft simulation cabins are composed of 5 main parts: wing, fuselage, empennage, landing gear, and power plant. Ordinary people know about aircraft from pictures on the Internet, or through exhibitions, aeromodelling exhibitions, and theme pavilions. Playgrounds etc.