System introduction of aviation simulation cabin
Aviation simulation cabins are generally recruited by school vocational schools and can be used for flight attendant training. Aviation simulation cabins are divided into several models, such as Airbus A320, Boeing 737 and other series. The specific usage depends on how the school determines.
System introduction of aviation simulation cabin:
1. Analog auxiliary power system (APU)
The main component of the auxiliary power system is a turbojet engine, which can be used both on the ground and in the air. If there is no external power supply on the ground, the APU can provide power and bleed air, which is installed at the tail of the aircraft. In the air, the aircraft is at 17,000 feet (about 5181.6 m) height, APU can provide bleed air as a backup device.
2. Simulate the power system
The electrical system provides power to the aircraft at 28 volts direct current (DE) and 115 volts alternating current (AC). While on the ground, it can also be powered by an auxiliary power system or an externally powered vehicle. If one or more generators of the electrical system fail to operate, The kitchen power will automatically cut off.
3. Simulate air conditioning and air pressure
Normally, bleed air for air conditioning and sealing is provided by the engine. The auxiliary power system can also be used to provide bleed air. Cockpit and passenger cabin temperatures are controlled separately, and cabin temperature is controlled by the cockpit.
1. Simple simulation cabin door
The B737 passenger aircraft is a medium-sized aircraft, and the cabin is divided into two parts: first class and economy class.
There are 4 doors in the cabin, 2 on the left and 2 on the right, codenamed L1, L2, R1, R2. Under normal circumstances, the left door is the boarding door, and the right door is the supply door, also known as the service door. The boarding door is a plug-in hatch that opens inward\/outward. It opens inward and swings outward. The L1 door has elastic force for easy opening. In an emergency, the 4 doors are all emergency exits for passengers and passengers. Used when the crew is evacuating the aircraft.
2. Simulated side wall machine window
A window is set every 20 inches on the two sides of the cabin of the aircraft to facilitate passengers to observe the outside view. The window is equipped with a sun visor, push up, the sun visor opens; pull down, the sun visor closes. But the emergency exit The sun visor switch direction is the opposite.
3. Simulate the toilet
-In general, there are 3 toilets in the cabin, one at L1 door, one at L2 door, and one at R2 door. There are also 4 toilets in some cabins, one at L1 door, one at L2 door, and two at R2 door. .
4. Simulate the simulation kitchen
There are two kitchens on the plane, the front kitchen is located in the front service room, and the rear kitchen is located in the rear service room.
5. Simulated flight attendant seat
There are 6 flight attendant seats on the plane, 2 at L1 door, 2 at L2 door and 2 at R2 door.