Testing of GTE control systems

Serves for independent simulation of gas turbine engine operation for the whole range of operating modes of flight and abnormal situations with simulation of values of all parameters.

Testing of fuel automatics

The task is to determine the characteristics of the engine control equipment depending on the operating mode, fuel temperature, speed and flight altitude. Drive of fuel pump units 10,000 rpm; temperature range of working fluids – 60 … +130 °C.

GTE fuel system units test rig

The test rig is designed for autonomous testing of gas turbine engine (GTE) fuel system units. During the tests, the operability and functional interaction of devices are determined under conditions as close as possible to operational ones. Working fluid flow 0…10000 kg/h; maintained temperature 15…120 °С

Dust Test Rig

An original design of the dust supply system was created, which operates in a switching mode with a change in flow rate depending on the engine mode. A specific feature of the system was its free adaptation to the existing test rigs of gas-turbine engines.The error of the supplied dust mass relative to the set value was less than 1%

Multi-axis loading test rig

The task was to create a landing gear test bench that provides different types of tests: static and dynamic tests with simulated aerodynamic moment.With regard to the dynamic tests, it was necessary to consider the mutual effects of multi-axis loading. Steady-state error < 1%

Landing gear lock testing

The use of a environment separator in the test rig design made it possible to implement it on conventional hydraulic components, eliminating expensive components for aviation fluid with long delivery times.

Wheels Durability Test

Modern automation systems and construction of the test rig allow testing of 2 wheels from 400 to 2000 mm in diameter simultaneously with speed up to 300 km/h and torque up to 7000 N-m.

Hybrid testing

Simulation of standard engine controls. Hardware-software and physical simulators of standard engine units and assemblies.