Commercial Aircraft Environmental Control Systems

Commercial Aircraft Environmental Control Systems

Airframe Systems Series

RELEASE DATE
15-Sep-2015
REGION
North America
Research Code: 9AB0-00-1E-00-00
SKU: AE00147-NA-MR_00147

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In the typical aircraft environmental control systems (ECS), the bleed air is cooled by air from the aircraft slipstream and then enters a compressor, which boosts the turbine inlet pressure to increase the temperature drop. Air leaving the compressor is cooled to eliminate the excess moisture before entering the turbine. Cold air from the turbine is cooled before it is mixed with warm air from the cabin. Air at controlled temperature is then pumped into the cabin. This research was conducted based on the aircraft deliveries during 2014, including the costs and sources of ECS equipment on board those aircraft as they were delivered to the airlines. The forecast extends through 2020.

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Key Findings

Market Definitions

Market Definitions (continued)

Market Segment Components

Market Segmentation

Forecast Assumptions

Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast

Unit Delivery and Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Share

Market Share Analysis

Competitive Factors and Assessment

Distribution Segment Key Findings

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Share Analysis

Pressurization Segment Key Findings

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Share Analysis

Temperature Control Segment Key Findings

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Share Analysis

Trends and Technology Discussion

Global Key Findings

Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Discussion by Region

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In the typical aircraft environmental control systems (ECS), the bleed air is cooled by air from the aircraft slipstream and then enters a compressor, which boosts the turbine inlet pressure to increase the temperature drop. Air leaving the compressor is cooled to eliminate the excess moisture before entering the turbine. Cold air from the turbine is cooled before it is mixed with warm air from the cabin. Air at controlled temperature is then pumped into the cabin. This research was conducted based on the aircraft deliveries during 2014, including the costs and sources of ECS equipment on board those aircraft as they were delivered to the airlines. The forecast extends through 2020.
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Author Wayne Plucker
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB0-00-1E-00-00
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