The Anatomy of a Civil Aircraft Fuel System

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Technical lecture
31 January 2019 19:00 - 20:00
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Description


The presentation will cover the design and development of civil aircraft fuel systems, the principle and secondary functions of the system and the interaction with operations. This includes Weight & Balance, flight operations (cockpit), flight planning, maintenance, associated systems and servicing.  It will touch on what are the drivers for the system architecture from the point of view from the Airworthiness regulations and customer requirements.

 

With over 40 years experience in the Aerospace industry, including eight years in the role of Chief Engineer at Eaton Fuel and Motion Control Systems Division, Nigel Bradshaw is ideally placed to discuss all the aspects of civil aircraft fuel system.  Having been involved in every Airbus aircraft type from the A300 B2 to the A350, as well as five years during the concept phase of the A380 and four years leading a multi-disciplinary team for the Fuel Systems of the A400M.

Speaker(s)

Nigel Bradshaw has over 40 years experience in the Aerospace industry, including eight years in the role of Chief Engineer at Eaton Fuel and Motion Control Systems Division.

Address

Physics, Lecture Theatre B
Building 46, Room 2003
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1PQ
United Kingdom

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