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The use of aircraft simulation warehouse

Walking into the aircraft simulation cabin, everything is exactly the same as the real cockpit. There are 4 specially designed driving seats, a T-shaped joystick is erected in front of the main driver's seat, and there are dense instrument panels and various instruments on the two sides of the seats and above the roof. A key indicator. Outside the cockpit window is a 360-degree circular screen that displays different scenes according to different movements of the aircraft. Except that it cannot fly, the entire aircraft simulation cabin is almost identical to the real aircraft cockpit. Sitting in the pilot's seat up, holding the rudder of the plane, the 360 ​​degree circular screen outside the front glass window is simulating the clouds of a thunderstorm... Although there is no real flying off the ground, everything around is no different from real flight.

The simulated cockpit is not only consistent with the reality, but also realizes the whole process simulation of the flight scene. When the experiencer uses the plane to take off, land, taxi at the airport, and change the course in the air, the screen outside the cockpit will change in real time. The scene, or the runway, or the blue sky and white clouds, or the lightning and thunder. Even if you have no flying knowledge, you can experience it.

The aircraft simulation cabin is divided into a front cabin and a rear cabin, which are separated by a partition. The electronic equipment in the front cabin is a whole. Due to the low temperature required, the rear cabin is mainly composed of 4 electronic equipment boxes, using nitrogen as a cooling medium .The air cold plate cooling method is adopted. Because the cabin is flying, an annular I-shaped reinforced frame is installed on the wall. In order to facilitate the simulation research, the entire nacelle is divided into a front cabin and a rear cabin, and the The structure is abstracted and simplified, and the rear cabin is filled with cooling air from the air supply duct. The above is all the information about the aircraft simulation cabin introduced to you today, see you in the next issue.