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TRANING PRESENTATION

ON

JET SHOP
IN

JET ENGINE OVERHAULCOMPLEX

(J.E.O.C)

AT

NEW DELHI

Submitted By
Gaurav (13/597)
Aero. Engg.(IV Yr.)

SCHEDULE OF JET SHOP


SECTIONS

DEPARTMENT HEAD

Final assembly JT8D engine

Mr. Ashutosh

Final assembly V2500 engine

Mr. Ashutosh

View Room

Mr. Bandhopadhya

Cleaning Room

Mr. Mukhrjee

NDT

Mr. Mukhrjee

Standard Room

Mr. Bandhopadhya

Machine Shop

Mr. Mukhrjee

Test Cell

Mr. Trilochan

SCHEDULE OF HYDRAULIC SHOP

1.BRAKE ASSEMBLY
2.WHEEL ASSEMBLY
3.ESCAPE SLIDE
4.HALL

History

Founded by J. R. D. Tata in 1932 i.e. on 15 October 1932 as


Tata Airlines
Tata Airlines became a public limited company on 29 July 1946
under the name Air India.
On 8 June 1962, the airline's name was officially truncated to
Air India.
In 1971, the airline took delivery of its first Boeing 747-200B
named Emperor Ashoka.
In 1994 the airline was registered as Air India Ltd.
In 2007, the Government of India announced that Air India
would be merged with Indian Airlines.

INTRODUCTION

IATA

ICAO

CALLSIGN

AI

AIC

AIRINDIA

Parent Company
Headquarters

AIR INDIA LIMITED

Key People
Alliance

Ashwin Lohawani Chairman & MD

Subsidiaries
Fleet Size
Destinations

Frequent flyer
program

Indian Airlines House, New Delhi

Star Alliance
AIR INDIA EXPRESS
AIR INDIA REGIONAL
109
84
Flying returns

Your Palace in the Sky

Primary Hubs Indira Gandhi International

Airport (Delhi)

Secondary Hubs Chhatrapati Shivaji International


Airport (Mumbai)
Revenue

197.81 billion

Operating income

2.171 billion

Net income

5.81 billion

Employees

25,285(August 2016)

Website

www.airindia.in

Structure

Air India Fleet


Aircraft

In Service

Total Passengers

Airbus A319-100

22

144

Airbus A320-200

26

168

Airbus A320neo

162

Airbus A321-200

20

182

Boeing 747-400

423

Boeing 777-200LR

238

Boeing 777-300ER

12

342

Boeing 787-8

21

256

Awards and recognitions

Preferred International Airlinefor travel and hospitality from Awaz

Consumer Awards (2006)


Best Corporate Social Responsibility Initiativeby Galileo Express
Travel World
Best Short-Haul International Airlineby Galileo Express Travel World
Amity Corporate Excellence AwardbyAmity University
Reader's Digest Trusted Brand
Dun and Bradstreet Award(D&B), first in terms of revenue out of the
top airline companies out of India
Best South Asian Airline, Mice and business travel publications
Cargo Airline of the Year, 26th Cargo Airline of the Year Awards
TheMontreal Protocol Public Awareness Awardby theUnited Nations
for environmental protection[
Air India was named India's most trusted airline by The Brand Trust
Report 2015.
Air India was chosen as India's Most Reputed Airline in a consumer
and media research in July 2016 by Bluebytes Newsand TRA Research
Air India's ground services became the first ground service provider to
acquireISO 9002certification on 31 January 2001.

ON DEPENDING ON AIRCRAFT PARTS, AIR


INDIA LIMITED IS DIVIDED IN FOLLOWING
2 SECTIONS
1. ACCESSORIES/HYDRAULICS SHOP:
1) Wheel Shop
2) Brake shop
3) Escape Slide
4) Miscellaneous Topics(Hall)
5) Test Rig
2. JET ENGINE OVERHAUL COMPLEX:
1) Fitting/Welding
2) Mechanical Cleaning/Painting
3) View Room/Blade/NDT
4) Sub Assembly/Gear Box
5) Final Assembly
6) Test Cell

MAINTENANCE IN JEOC

Maintenance of commercial aircraft engine.(i.e. V2500-A1


, JT8D , CFM-56B )

Maintenance is done in levels.

QUALITY CONTROL unit decide type of maintenance.

Maintenance begins from final assembly ,that dissembles


engine.

MAINTENANCE LEVELS IN JEOC


L1 :

Initial stage of maintenance.


Visual inspection ,vacuum check done
Minor level of maintenance.

L2 :

If any defect observed in L1.


It includes minor repairs , replacement and seals etc.
Maintenance of only a particular module.

L3 :

Highest level of maintenance.


Include 90% of complete overhaul
In this every part separated and send to sub- assembly.

Centers
Engine
in
Receiving
Gear
Cleaning
JEOC
Repair
Test
Boxcentre
Section
Section
Section
Centre

Centers in J.E.O.C

Description regarding the method of operation of the


engine shop are :

Receiving Section : This section is provided with 2*7.5 tons

hoist for loading /off loading the engine/ equipment.

Final Assembly : Any engine visiting the JEOC for

servicing is taken in this section. The section has been


divided into two sub sections, one for each type of
engine.
Sub Assembly : This section is responsible for activity on
V2500, CFM56-5B engines. There are distinct work bays
to handle V2500-A1, CFM56-5B

The modules are sent for further processing like cleaning,


NDT, and after inspection. The part and modules are
assembled in this area

NDT(Non Destructive Testing) : This section carries out


NDT inspections of the components using following
technique.

(a) Eddy Current


(b) Ultrasonic Inspection
(c) FPI/FMPI

View Room : Here the components of the respective engines are


inspected for their serviceability status & sent to NDT
section / repair section / Sub assembly / Final assembly /
Stores, as per inspection results & shop requirements.
Gear Box, Bearing and Seals : Gear box of engines are sent
here for disassembly, inspection, assembly process.
All bearings and seals are sent for cleaning , inspection &
preservation in this section

Cleaning Section : Chemical & Mechanical cleaning of


disassembled parts is undertaken here in accordance
with manufacturer recommended processes &
procedures
1) Mechanical Cleaning
2)Chemical Cleaning
Standard Room : All the master calibration equipment
is placed in this section. The gauges equipment &
tooling used in various sections are calibrated.
Test Facility Cell : It is fully computerized data
acquisition facility & is capable of testing V2500-A1,
JT8D engines.

V2500-A1 Engine
Axial flow

High by pass ratio


Twin spool
Turbo fan Engine
Designed primarily for 150 seats short to medium range
aircraft
Specification :Propulsion Unit Weight
Fan Tip Diameter
Propulsion Unit Overall Length
Engine Overall Length
Take Off Thrust
Total Airflow
By-pass Ratio
Overall Pressure Ratio

7300lbs (3311 kg)


160 cm
4940.3 cm
3200 cm
25000 lbs.
355 kg/sec
5.42 : 1
29.4 :1

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR JET


ENGINE

V2500-A1 ENGINE MODULES

Fan Module
2. Intercase Module
3. High Pressure Compressor
4. Diffuser / Combustor Module
5. High Pressure Turbine
6. Low Pressure Turbine
1.

LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM


Four stage low pressure compressor
Three primarily stages, driven by a 5 stage axial flow low
pressure turbine
An annular bleed valve is located at the outlet from the booster
stage

HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM


10 stage axial flow compressor driven by a 2 stage axial flow high
power turbine
4 stages of variable stator vanes
Variable angle inlet guide vanes
GEARBOX
Radial drive via a tower shaft from high pressure system to fan
case mounted angle & main gearboxes
Gearbox provides mountings & drive for all engine driven
accessories & the pneumatic stator motor.

COMBUSTION SYSTEM
Annular, two piece with 20 fuel nozzles
Electronic Engine Control (E.E.C)
E.E.C provides a full range of control of :
Engine fuel flow
Automatic Engine starting
Compressor airflow control system
Heat management system
Fuel diverter & fuel return to tank valve
Thrust Reverser

JT8D ENGINE
Axial Flow
Dual Spool
The JT8T has a full length annular fan duct.
Turbofan engine having a 13 stage split
compressor, 9 can annular combustion chamber and
a split 4-stage reaction impulse turbine.
Low by-pass ratio
Used in Boeing 737
The engine operates similarly to all turbojet
versions of a gas turbine engine in that it derives its
propulsive force through the application of Newtons
third law for every action there is an equal and
opposite reaction.

DIAGRAM OF JT8D ENGINE

ENGINE SECTION OF JT8D

The engine has six general sections:


The front compressor (also called the LPC):
- Has six stages (two fan stages, four primary stages)
- Is driven by the front compressor drive turbine and is
connected to it by a drive shaft (inner).

The rear compressor (also called the HPC):


- Has seven stages
- - Is driven by the rear compressor drive turbine and is
connected to it by a drive shaft (outer).

The combustor has :


- Nine fuel nozzles
- Nine can annular combustion chambers.

The rear compressor drive turbine (also called the


HPT):
- Has three stages
- Drives the HPC, to which it is connected by a drive
shaft (outer)

The front compressor drive turbine (also called


the LPT):
- Has three stage
- Drives the LPC, to which it is connected by a drive
shaft(inner).

The exhaust section:


Receives LPT discharge air
Receives secondary air from outer duct.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN V2500 & JT8D


ENGINES
V2500

JT8D

1. High by-pass ratio with the ratio 5.24:1

Low by-pass ratio with the ratio of 1:1

2. 75% of thrust is attained by Fan

50% of thrust is attained by Fan

3. 10 HPC stages

7 HPC stages

4. 2 stages HPT& 5 Stages LPT

Single stage HPT & 3 stages LPT

5. Fuel system is Electronic hydraulic

Fuel system is Hydro mechanical

6. 5 types of bearings are used

7 types of bearings are used

9 fuel nozzles are required

20 fuel nozzles are required

8. Thrust produced is 25000 lbs.

Thrust produced is 16000 lbs.

REFERENCES
Training manual issued by AIR INDIA LTD.
Air India Ltd. Data (FY 2014-15)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_India_Limited
Google images
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pratt_%26_Whitney_JT8D
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAE_V2500
International Aero Engines - Wikipedia, the free
encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Aero_Engines

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