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Stork Fokker manufactured more than 600 certification test specimens for this panel type.The adhesive reportedly produces an excellent bond when heated to 150°C/302°F, a temperature that does not alter the PEI skins.Plinths of this design have been incorporated into premium-class seating modules manufactured by Contour Premium Aircraft Seating (Cwmbran, Wales), which are now flying on Virgin Atlantic Airways, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Air Canada and Jet Airways aircraft.According to Tom Hitchings, Tods Aerospace business director, “This solution reduces the amount of aluminum required to meet structural requirements, reduces weight and is impervious to moisture uptake vs.traditional honeycomb-cored flooring.” Cutting Dynamics Inc. (CDI, Avon, Ohio) annually delivers more than 100,000 aluminum seat backs and also supplies thermoset composite seat components to the major aircraft seat manufacturers.The floors offer structural performance and damage resistance (toughness) yet meet cost targets due to low-cost processing, like thermofolding of edges and welding of inserts.
Offringa claims that weld time is less than one second per insert, with many hundreds of inserts per aircraft flooring set.Once a rarity in aircraft, reinforced thermoplastic composites (RTCs) today are fast finding applications in aircraft interiors as interior manufacturers discover the toughness, fast cycle times and other RTC benefits that are familiar to composites fabricators in other markets.This dramatic shift owes much to the development of high-performance engineered thermoplastics, including polyetherimide (PEI), polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), polyetheretherketone (PEEK) and polyetherketoneketone (PEKK).“We use a special technique to guarantee the bondline quality between the skins and C-sections, which increases the shear strength of the bonded-in aluminum inserts by a factor of two,” says Offringa. K.) developed a thermoplastic structural sandwich floor section to support fully reclining aircraft seats (see “Learn More,”).This panel design provides high shear load capability and was developed using knowledge-based engineering (KBE) tools to reduce nonrecurring costs and lead time (see sidebar at end of this article). This structure, also known as a plinth, consists of Tods’ modified version of Ten Cate’s CETEX System 3 panels, with a molded-in carbon (or glass) epoxy composite structural beam to provide load transfer from the seating module to the aluminum seat track and handle 16G crash loads.Inherently fire resistant, these advanced materials are enabling manufacturers of aircraft interiors to meet more stringent flame, smoke and toxicity (FST) standards.