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REPORT ON HAL

"HINDUSTAN AIRONOTICS LIMITED"

Introduction - HAL was formed by Let seth Walchand Hirachand on 23rd December 1940

originally known as Hindustan Aircraft Ltd. It first started manufacturing rail coaches as

a subsidiary business in 1946 HAL First produced rail coach model 404 delivered to

Railway board on 24th January 1949. In 1964 Hindustan Aircraft Ltd and Aerolines Ltd

merged to form 'Hindustan Aeronoutics Limited'. HAL established it's helicoptar division

in July 1970 at Bangalore under which it lincesed for production of 'Cheeta' and 'Chetak'

helicaptors. HAL designed it's first fighter and strike aircraft Ajeet on 6th March 1975

and lincensed for manufacturing Jugular strike aircraft in 1979.

For repair and overhaul of marine gas turbine Industrial and Marine gas

turbine (IMGT) division was established in 1998.

Today HAL is globally competative aerospace industry having 13

production division, 9 research and development division. It has it's division at

Bangalore, Hydrabad, Kanpur, Karapat, Lacknow, Nashik and Korwa. All divisions have

an approximately 35000 work force available including engineers and scientists.

HAL provides state of the Art facilities and technology for it's engineers

and scientists. It has well required foundry and forge milling CNC machine.

Unconventional machining techniques such as FCM, EDM, FBM, Advanced coating

techniques such as electroplating and plasma spray. HAL exports it's products to USA,

UK and Europe. It also supply structures to ISRO for satellite launching vehicles. It also

undertakes repair, overhaul and manufacturing of gas turbine for marine and industrial

application.
LOCATION OF HAL DIVISION

A) Banglore complex

i) Aircraft division

ii) Engine division

iii) Overhaul

iv) Aerospace

v) Foundry and forage

vi) Industrial and Marine base turbine

vii) Airport Service Centre.

B) MIG Complex

i) Aircraft division - Nasik

ii) Engine division - Karapat

C) Accessories Complex

i) Transport aircraft division - Kanpur

ii) Accessories division and Aerospace System and Equipment R and D Center -

Lucknow

iii) Avionics division and strategic electronics R and D Centre - Hydrabad

iv) A vionics division - Konwa

D) Design Complex Bangalore

i) Aircraft research and design Centre

ii) Rotary wing Research and design center

iii) Helicapotr division


Evolution of Research Design to Development 1950 - Da Kota

1950 - Da Kota

Civil Conversion

1960 - i) Logistic support aircraft.

ii) Fair child packet jet pack installation

iii) MARUT

iv) HT - 2

v) MARUT Glider

vi) Pushpak

vii) Krishak

1970 - 1) HIE - 2500

2) PE - 90 Air survey modification

3) HPE - 2

4) HFES Starter

1) IAF HS 748

2) NRSA HS 748

3) Marut trainer

4) Ajeet

5) Kiran MKll

6) HPT - 32

1980 - 1) HPE - 4 Aerial Survey

2) Garret tert bed Modification


1) Jaguar

2) Ajeet trainer

3) HTT - 34

1990 - 1) R - 29 tert bed Aerial

2) G TSO 110 Survey

3) PTAE - 7 Modification

1) ALH - PT 1

2) ALH - PT 2

3) ALH - PTA

4) ALH - PTN

2000 - 1) RD - 33 tert bed and Aerial Survey Modification

1) Jaguar Avionics update

2) Mig 27 Avionics update

3) LCA

4) HJT - 36

2010 - Multipurpose transport aircraft.

Fighters From HAL

1) Marut (1964)

- Twin Engine, transonic strike aircraft.

2) GNAT (1959)

- Single engine right interceptor

3) Vampire (1951)

- first jet fighter built by HAL


4) Ajeet (1978)

- Single engine strike aircraft

5) MIG 21M (1973)

- Single Engine Supersonic fighter

Strike aircraft

6) MIG 21 FL (1966) AND MIG 21 BJS (1978)

- Single Engine Supersonic interceptor

MIG 27 M (1984)

- Single engine Supersonic strike aircraft

7) MIG 27 M (1984)

- Single engine Supersonic strike aircraft

8) Jaguar (1982)

- Twin engine deep pentetration

Strike aircraft

9) 80 Khoi 30 ( 2005 )

- Twin engine Supersonic multi role aircraft.

10) LCA (2005) - Light combat aircraft

- Single engine Supersonic multirole aircraft.

Helicaptors From HAL

1) Chetal (1969)

- Turbine powered general purpose helicaptor

2) Chepta (1977)

- Turbine powered high attitude helicaptor


3) ALH (1992)

- Twin Turbine multi role light helicaptor.

4) Lancer (1998)

- Light attack helicaptor derivative of Cheeta.

5) LOH ( to be introduced )

- Light Observation helicaptor

Light Aircrafts from HAL

i) Pushpak (1958)

- Single Engine covered strot Braced monoplane Club Frainer

ii) Krishak (1959)

- Light Aircraft Single engine fabricated for covered strut braced monoplane for Air

observed patrol role.

iii) Basant (1972)

- Light air craft, Agricultural aircraft for aerial application of pesticides and fertilizers.

Transport Aircrafts From HAL

1) HS 748 (1962)

- Twin turbo prop 52 seater transport aircraft.

2) DO 228 (1989)

- Multiroll twin turbo prop

19 seater transport aircraft.

3) ATR - 42

- Twin turbo prop 50 seater transport air craft.


4) SARAS

- Twin turbo prop 14 seater transport air craft.

5) MTA

- Twin tarbo prop FAN Multiroll

100 seater transport aircraft civil transport aircraft.

Engines From HAL

1) 1960 - Orpheus 701 turbo jet for GNAT air craft

2) 1964 - Orpheus turbo jet for HF - 24 Aircraft

3) 1966 - dart 531 turbo properal for HS 748 air craft

4) 1968 - RllF turbo jet

for MIG 21 FL air craft

5) 1968 - Artouste 11B turbo shaft for Cheeta and Chetal helicaptors

6) 1978 - R25 - 300 Turbo jet

For MIG 21 BIS Aircraft

7) 1981 - A DOUR MK811 Turbo PDN for Jaguar aircraft

8) 1998 - PIAE - 7 turbo jet for PTD

9) 2005 - Jet fuel starjet for LCA

10) 2005 - AC 31F turbo Fan for SU30 air craft.

Accesssories from HAL

i) Environmental Control System

ii) Hydraullic System

iii) Wheels and Brakes

v) Engine fuel control system


v) Instrument and sensors

vi) Electrical System Components

vii) Avionics

viii) Ejection seat.

Values

i) Customer Satisfaction

ii) Commitment to total quality

iii) Cost and time consciousness

iv) Innovation and creativity

v) Trust and team spirit

vi) Integrity

vii)Respect of the individual

Mission

To become a globally competitive air space industry while working as

instrument for achieving self reliance; in design manufacturing and maintenance of

aerospace defense equipment and diversifying an commercial lines in a climate of

growing professional competence.