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LA380 pour Air France

A3XX dimensions

SPAN
LENGTH
HEIGHT

A3XX / A3XX-F
79.8 m
73 m
24.1 m

Caractristiques de
lA380

Capacit passager
Capacit fret
Rayon daction (max pax)

MDTOW
MLW
MZFW
OWE (masse de base)
Charge marchande
Capacit carburant
Pousse moteur (slst)
* Configuration Air France

A380
555/559*
38 LD3s or 13 palettes
18 LD3s* and 5 palettes*

8,000 nm / 6700 nm*


560 t
386 t
361 t
277 t / 293.1 t *
84 t / 67.9 t *
310 000 l
302 kN

Rayon daction autour


de Paris A380/GP7200

CDG
LAX

NRT
HKG
BKK

SIN

Rayon daction avec charge marchande maximale passager (559pax) 548t/560t: 6398nm/6731nm
Vents les plus dfavorables- probabilit annuelle de 85%
ISA
Marge de 3% sur le rayon daction

L conomie de l
Ref :747-400, 416 siges,
avion
Prix catalogue : 180 m$ 2000

Prix/sige

-10%

Cot direct
Cot carburant
d'opration/sige*
/sige*

-13.5%

-15%

A380-800, 555 siges,


Prix catalogue: 216 m$ 2000

LA380 : un avion conomiquement attractif


*Comparaison base sur un secteur de 6000 nm - cots d opration standards Airbus
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Nose Fuselage Dimensions

A380
A340
A320

LA380 : capacit
Plus grand dehors
et espace
747-400

+35 % de capacit supplmentaire


2 cabines distinctes (ponts principal
et suprieur)
Un confort et

Plus grand dedans

flexibilit grce
160
241

233
Fuselage large

deux trs larges


cabines

259
Fuselage large

La rponse A380
De 4 9 de front

De 4 11 de front

DU CONFORT POUR
LE PASSAGER

Poste de repos
et toilettes en soutes
optionnels
Palettes

ET DE LA CAPACITE
CARGO

2 palettes

LD3s et/ou palettes

Pont
suprieur

Configuration A380 Air


France :559 siges
78J, pas 48

135 Y, pas 31

AFR923 up

Pont
principal

16 P, pas 82

330 Y, pas 31

AFR923main

Les prochaines tapes du


programme

Gel de la
Configuration

Jan.
99

Autorisation
commerciale

Mi
2000

Clients
de lancement

Durant
2000

Dfinition
termine

Premier Mise en
vol
service

Fin
2001

Mi Dbut
2004 2006
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Principales
innovations
2 Packs ( BP et HP )
PA intgr au CDV
Gnration lectrique : frquence variable.
CDV : concept EHA et EBHA
Fuel : optimisation du CG de l avion lors du remplissage.
Hydraulique : 5000 Psi.
LDG : 22 roues / aide au management de configuration.
Oxygne : Systme OBOGS ?
OIS / OMS : avion communicant / informations embarques..
Station de maintenance : face au pylone + possibilit d interrogation distance par
terminaux sans fil.
Structures : CFRP / Glare
Portes : lectriques
Moteurs : surveillance enrichie ( analyse des gaz en sortie .. )

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Control and Display System


88identical
identicalpotentially
potentiallyinteractive
interactivedisplays
displays

22multi-functions
multi-functionskeyboards
keyboards

22multi-functions
multi-functions

Cursor
CursorControl
ControlDevices
Devices

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Maintenance
station

13

To be examined in the mock-up

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Rear Fuselage

Same ladder in different positions

Air
Generation
Conventional
packTechnology
concept
BPV
- redundancy
FCV RHX RDA ACM

Advanced
Technology
FCV1

RDA
RHX

FCV2

RDA

RHX

RDA

HP ACM
LP ACM

BPV
FCV

BPV

ACM
BPV
FCV1

BPV
FCV

RHX

RDA

ACM

RDA
RHX

FCV2

RDA

HP ACM

Components:
FCV: Flow Control Valve
RHX: Ram Heat Exchanger
RDA: Ram Door Actuator
BPV: Bypass Valve
ACM: Air Cycle Machine

LP ACM

No. of Components
3

3+3*

*for HX-mode

4+2*

Conventional: Most single failures result in loss of complete pack.


Advanced: No cooling degradation due to most single failures.

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Variable frequency network

Objectives :
Significant improvement of the ATA24 DMC and operational reliability
Reduction of the aircraft systems DMC
Re-open industrial competition

Suppliers involved
TRW-LUCAS : 120 KVA variable
frequency generator on test.
HONEYWELL-ALLIED : 150 kVA
generator in lab. in Feb 2001
HAMILTON SUNDSTRAND:
150 kVA gen. in lab. in Feb 2001
Network characterization under process
with EUROCAE and RTCA (DO160 update)

115 V AC network confirmed

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AC network general
4x150kVA VFG
architecture
Engine 1 Engine 2

APU

Engine 3 Engine 4

2x120kVA
CF gen
AC1 <<Ext 1AC2 <<Ext 2
Galley1

Galley 2

Ext 3>>AC3 Ext 4>>AC4

Galley4

Galley3

4x90kVA ext. connections


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Fuel System

Fuel system provides


Protection of fuel volume following
engine rotor failure (FAR 25.903(d)(1))
Provision of wing bending relief and CG
management
Embodiment of TWA800 accident
recommendations

Inner Engine
Feed Tank
Aft Center
Tank
Inner Transfer
Tank
e

Gauging technology under evaluation Engink


ter Tan
u
Refueling procedure under
O eed
F
review with the airlines

Aft center tank- 42 400 litres


(-800 R and -900 only)
Inner feed Tank - 28500 litres
Inner Transfer Tank - 84400 litres
Outer Eng Feed Tank - 28400 litres
Outer Transfer Tank - 10600 litres
Trim tank - 24 000 litres

Outer Transfer Tank


Trim Tank

Vent Tanks

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Increased hydraulic pressure 5000 psi


Kick-off (1998) :
current experience
potential show stoppers
criteria for trade-off
action list

Hydraulic fluid
analysis

Initial actions

Trade-off study (PDR)


Review with the airlines - system workshop 26/28 Oct 1999
Final decision : 8 November 1999
+ follow-up actions
System weight : - 1200 kg
Feasibility confirmed
Technical risk on
Hydraulic system reduced

Airline questionnaire
2 Hyd. benches for endurance
Definition of standards
Additional benches in suppliers

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2H/2E
Architecture
Schematic
Gen

Gen

Gen

Eng. 1

Eng. 2

EDP EDP

EDP EDP

APU

Isolation

Gen

RAT

Gen
Gen

Gen
Gen

Eng. 3

Eng. 4

EDP EDP

EDP EDP

EMP

EMP

T/R
Ailerons
Spoilers
Rudder
Elevators
THS
Slats/Flaps
Braking Alt. Ener
Steering Alt. Ener
Gear actuation

L & R o/b & m/b

Eng. 2 T/R

Eng. 3 T/R

L & R i/b

L & R o/b

L & R i/b & o/b

2, 4, 6, 8 (L&R)

6 (L & R)

4 (L & R)

1, 3, 5, 7 (L &R)

Upper & Lower

Upper & Lower

Upper & Lower

Upper & Lower

LOB & ROB

LIB & RIB

Pitch trim 1 PMV


Slats Flaps

LOB & ROB

LIB & RIB

Pitch trim

PMV Pitch trim 2

Slats

PMF

PMF
Alt. Ener

Wing Gear Brakes


PV

Body Gear Brakes


PV

Nose

Body Gears

Nose & Wing

Green System

Flaps

Body Gears

Electric System 1

Electric System 2

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Yellow System

Nose gear & fuselage studies


STATUS 14

150

Frame 11

Frame 10

Frame 12

STATUS 11

100

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Main Gear Group


4 post main gear group for 560 & 590 t
4 wheel Wing gear
6 wheel Body gear

560t & 590t MTOW

5 post main gear group for growth

bay gives extra cargo volume


with good central fuselage structure

compatible with pavement loading


(being demonstrated by PEP)

growth

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Avionics for A380


FCGC

FCSC

Flight
control

Ethernet
network

AFDX

SFCC

Engines Ethernet
FADEC

Network

AFDX network
ADIRU

MMR

VOR

DME

TACS : cameras,
video switches

AWLU

OMT

Radio comm.
HFDR, VDR, SATCOM

Sensors

Recorders

R/A

Ctrl & Displays

Ethernet
network

SELCAL, RAMP, AMU...

CVR, DFDR

cockpit
IOM

ACMF
FDIF

FW
FCDC

FM

Cockpit

NCR

std by

ACR
SCI

ECM

Surveillance

ATC

ACAS, TAWS, W/R

Avionics
server
connectors

energy
ELM
CBM
HSyM

WACS
SATCOM
LEO/MEO

fuel&LG

PHC WHC

GCU

APU
GCU

FQI/
FuM

FQI/
FuM

LG
BC
SC
TP

LG
BC
SC
TP

IRDC
LG

Utilities
AirAir
Gener.
GeneTemp
ctl/
ration
.
Bleed mon.
Temp
Overheat detect.
.
Contr .

Cabin
Pressure
Cabin
Ventil.
Ctl /
Pressure
Avioncs
cooling
Ventalation
.
Contr .

.
Cabin
Intercom
.
.
.
Data
-CIDS
Smoke detect.
.
.
Water/waste. ctl
.

Cabin

LRU

Cabin server

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IFE

On Board Information

Gate
Link

Passenger Terminals
Crew Station

IFE

FS Router

VHF

Flight Deck Info

Charts and Maps


Weather
Electronic Library
Electronic log book

Cabin Services

Passenger Manifest
Consumables Tracking
Financial Transactions
Cabin Logbook, Checklist

Maintenance Apps
FMS Nav Data Base
Operational S/W
Loading
Fault Correction Guide
Quick Access Recorder

IFE

Direct TV
Internet

A3XX Onboard
Terminals
Maintenance
System
Cockpit, cabin, Portable
concept
Uplink
Downlink

Control, reporting display,


customisation programming

Recording

Printing

Onboard Information Network

Aircraft
Condition
Monitoring
Acquisition
and processing

Ops.
data

Data
Loading

Consultation

Centralized
Maintenance

S/W and data


bases loading

A/C Systems
and engines

Fault acquisition
Tests activation

Link

BITE

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Maintenance
Electronic
documentation

A3XX Scenario for


Advanced Materials
Upper Floor Beams:
CFRP for Pax version,
Aluminium for freighter version
Upper Fuselage Panels:
Fibre Laminates (GLARE)

Empennage:
CFRP

Outer Wing:
Metal bonded
Rear Pressure Bulkhead:
CFRP
Wing Panels:
Advanced aluminium alloys

Center Wing Box:


CFRP
Lower Fuselage Panels:
Laser Beam Welded aluminium alloys

Fixed Wing Leading Edge:


Thermoplastic J-Nose

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