Have you ever taken a ride on an aircraft?? Then, you might have understood that how big it is or how much technically sound it is!! Ok, tell me, have you ever thought that where these costly giants are kept so that nothing can damage it?? If your answer is a “no”, then I must tell you that these aircrafts are sheltered in a huge, technically improved and protective area called aircraft hangars. Listening for the first time?? Ok, let us discuss the matter in brief so that you can get a wider view.
As, we have already said what aircraft hangars are, you must have got the idea of the hugeness of these plants!! Yes, to keep such big aircrafts inside, these places are made huge in size and also designed with all the facilities so that the aircrafts can stay protected.
Types of aircraft hangars:
Aircrafts hangars are mainly structured separating three distinct areas, such as:
The hangar bay: This is made for providing basic services, such as: wheel changing, engines detaching, etc.
Maintenance area: In this part major repairing are done.
Administrative or operational areas: From this part aircrafts are made ready for flying.
While building aircraft hangars, some major points should be taken into consideration, such as:
Soil analysis must be done before building hangars for aircrafts. This is really important to build the huge structure concrete and strong.
It is also quite essential to prepare the place with all the functional apparatus and facilities, so that the engineers can properly manage the situations raised during emergencies.
Proper fire extinguishing preparation is really important to make these places safe for keeping the costly aircrafts. All these technical preparations make aircraft hangars worthy of keeping aircrafts inside.
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