A Mock Up week was conducted at the Institute, wherein group of Students were allocated a Mock up and a Faculty In-charge. The aim was to build up a
working model or replica of the existing Aircraft system for the better understanding of its working and use.
We had an amazing experience while working this out. All the Students showed a contemplated exercise of various mock ups with high spirits of Team work.
The following mock ups were made under the able guidance of Staff and hard work of the students of this Institute.
These Mock up's are placed in Institute's various labs and are accessible for reference or study purpose of Students.
In the RPM indicator, how the rotor of the compressor gives drive to tacho generator & in terns to RPM indicator is explained over here.
This consisting of : A) RPM Indicator B) The Techo Meter drive C) Axial Compressor
Traffic Collision and Avoidance System (TCAS)
This mock-up is made to give the basic idea about the distance of the Aircraft
maintained during the flight thereby avoiding head on collision in the air.
Float Type Fuel Quantity Indicator
How the float mechanism in used in Aircraft fuel system for indicating quantity of fuel available in tank.
Hydraulic & Pneumatic System of an Aircraft
In this Block diagram how Hydraulic & Pneumatic system of Aircraft works
& its principle.
This Mock-up explains the different tab position with servo operation of
Aircraft flight control System.
Aircraft Fuel System
In this block diagram how fuel is transfer from Aircraft fuel tank to engine to
generate thrust which is required for Aircraft propulsion.
In this mock up with the help of wind tunnel how the air is getting separated above the aerofoil & below of the Aerofoil which generate lift for Aircraft flying
Fire Protection System
This system is required to detect the fire in different region of Aircraft such
as cockpit, Passenger cabin, cargo compartment etc
Instrument Landing System (ILS)
This mock up explains the Aircraft landing system with the help of different instrument located in the run way end, threshold & centre line as well as instrument in the Aircraft