Aircraft & Space

Why do you need to better analyse vibrations from air traffic?
Air traffic causes a lot of low-frequency noise and vibrations that are perceived as disturbing by residents living near an airport, especially when they are generated by departing aircraft at the beginning of take-off. However, airlines also constantly monitor and measure vibration levels in larger passenger aircraft, helicopters, and private jets. The vibrations can pose a threat in many places such as unexpected vibrations in the engine, landing gear, flaps, stabilizer, wings, fuselage, rudder, slats, and spoilers.

How can AVA Software assist?

Solutions for residents
The vibrations and low-frequency noise in the airport environment can be analysed in detail with the AVA Software. The data obtained from both outdoor and indoor measurements provide evidence of whether the emissions have exceeded the limits for the occupants and whether they pose a health risk to them.

Solutions for airports
The AVA Software can analyse the generated vibrations at the airport and a better differentiation or planning of flight start and air traffic can be controlled. The preservation of evidence towards third parties (authorities, residents, passengers) regarding harmful emissions (sound or vibrations) can be created.

Solutions for airlines
The measured vibrations can be additionally evaluated in the AVA Software and, with the help of various filters and display diagrams, possible dangers can be better recognised and maintenance intervals can be better determined according to the technical condition of the aircraft. The measured parameters such as accelerations, velocities and displacements can be compared and analysed to perform a precise evaluation and analysis. 

We offer customized solutions
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