Engineering

Aerospace Joining mainly comprises of riveting. Aerospace structures are made up of alloys & composites which are heat intolerant make them unsuitable for welding. Riveting is used extensively due to its light weight and hight strength advantage.

Overview

Project Hours Executed : 2021 – 8,000….. | 2020 – 14,000 | 2019 – 18,000 | 2018 – 15,500 | 2017 – 32,580 | 2016 – 24,000 |

Lines: Fuselage | Rear Pressure Floor | Centre Wing Box | Aft Fuselage | Centre Fuselage | Pressure Bulkhead | Longeron | Stringer |

Assembly Process Integration

  • Tool Design (Assembly Jigs, Composite Tools)
  • Structure Assembly
  • Air Inlets Assembly
  • Design Concept of Assembly lines of different sections
  • Assembly Jigs
  • Robotic Assembly and Riveting

Equipment Design

  • Turnkey Test benches
  • Mechanical bodies benches
  • Ground Support Equipment
  • Ground Handling Equipment
  • Control Benches
  • Gauges

Design Expertise

  • Process Study & Part loading sequence
  • Ergo Study for operator reachability for loading and unloading
  • Designing locating and clamping units
  • Commercial parts selection
  • Commercial buyoff documents
  • FEA validation and design optimization
  • DFMEA for designing and achieving tolerance for specified operations
  • Valve and Electrical Sequence Sheet Preparation
  • Mechanism Design – Slides, Swings, Clamps and Movements.
  • Modelling using skeleton method.

Project Stages

  • PDR
    • Conceptual Process
    • Design Outline
    • Preliminary Study
  • CDR
    • Detail Process Study & Proving the process
    • Conceptual & Detail design with supportive calculations
    • FEA study to achieve tolerance
  • FDR
    • Final Process Documentation
    • Final 3D Design & 2D Details for Manufacturing
    • Final FEA Reports & Documentation.