I Never Knew How Planes Were Made Until I Watched This Video. All I Can Say Is WOW
We've read so much about airplanes and we've discussed so much about it. All of us love to travel in them. Boarding a flight is any day a better experience than travelling in a train. Sometimes, we also feel safe to travel in the plane because of its size and weight. But do you know how a plane is assembled? What are the materials it is made up of?
Here we'll give you a fair idea of how an Airplane is made. One of the most important objectives for airplane designers is reduction of weight - build something that meets all the functional requirements while weighing as little as possible (within reasonable cost parameters, of course).
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Before you see how the plane is made, check out the materials used to make it. Large commercial transport aircraft have traditionally been made with aluminum skin over an aluminum frame. Aluminum is a great metal for airplanes since it's light and can be pretty strong when alloyed. But it has some issues over time, including corrosion and metal fatigue. With the introduction of the Boeing 787 a few years ago, large-scale use of carbon fiber reinforced plastic, aka composite, is proving itself as a lighter weight, corrosion-proof, and stronger replacement for aluminum skin.
The Airbus A350 is also skinned with composite material, but uses panels over a frame rather than one piece composite fuselage barrels like the 787. Check out the video below to see how exactly an Airplane is made and share your views with us...
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