Maintenance of Engine, Wings and Fuselage of Aircraft/Technology/Manufacturing/...
Numerical Simulation of Helicopter Pilot Seat under Crash Impact

Hamid Reza Zarei; Mostafa Livani; Meysam Jalalvand

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 October 2023

Abstract
  Abstract: In this article, to investigate the severity of damage to the helicopter pilot under the crash impact, the numerical simulation of the real helicopter cockpit seat has been done. To limit the complexity of the problem, a fully vertical impact was considered as a reference scenario for the assembly ...  Read More

Maintenance of Engine, Wings and Fuselage of Aircraft/Technology/Manufacturing/...
Preliminary performance study and technology demonstrator of UAV toroidal propellers

Jamshid Fazilati

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 November 2023

Abstract
  Toroidal propellers are among the ideas recently introduced by MIT-Lincoln Center for aerial applications. It is claimed that this design significantly reduces the annoying noise level compared to the conventional bladed propellers by eliminating the fluid escape points at the blade ends. Due to the ...  Read More

Maintenance of Engine, Wings and Fuselage of Aircraft/Technology/Manufacturing/...
A model for equipment deterioration prediction in aviation industry using deep learning methods (case study: airplane turbofan engine)

Saeed Ramezani; Hamzeh Soltanali; Amir Beirami

Volume 8, Issue 2 , June 2024, , Pages 1-12

https://doi.org/10.22034/jtae.2024.8.2.1

Abstract
  One of the main propositions of predictive maintenance is Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) which plays a unique role in identifying, diagnosing, and predicting the health status of physical assets. To that end, one of the fundamental solutions is to assess the condition of the equipment in the ...  Read More

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A Review of Satellite Thermal Simulation Facilities in The Environmental Conditions of Earth's Orbits for Composite Structures

mehdi jafari; Amirreza Ardebili; Amir Kaveh

Volume 8, Issue 1 , April 2024, , Pages 79-95

https://doi.org/10.22034/jtae.2024.8.1.6

Abstract
  Components of the LEO environment consisting of high vacuum, ultraviolet radiation, thermal cycles, Atomic Oxygen, charged particles, electromagnetic radiation, micrometeorites, and space debris significantly degrade the material properties of polymer matrix composite materials. Therefore, in the design ...  Read More