A320 Study G​uide ​​Pro

Aircraft's Exterior Guide

 

The A320 SGP - Aircraft's Exterior Guide includes:

      The A320 SGP - Aircraft's Exterior Guide includes: realistically simulates an A320 aircraft with four engine types:   

      • A320 CEO: 
      • CFM56-5A/5B,
      • IAE V2500.
      • A320 NEO: 
      • LEAP-1A,
      • PW1100G.

      The A320 SGP - Aircraft's Exterior Guide includes:

      Aircraft's Exterior Guide

      On the Aircraft’s Exterior Guide you can naturally interact with the aircraft but cannot perform the walk around. This mode is only used to study the aircraft systems (CBT) and components, therefore it is ideal to be used only to learn the aircraft externals or for educational use in the classroom (ATOs).

      The software contains a CBT of the aircraft, with summary information of the exterior components of the aircraft. There are “curiosity buttons” (red buttons) distributed around the aircraft next to components, probes, doors, etc. 

      By clicking on them, a page will open with the explanation of the function of that specific equipment. Studying an airplane has never been so easy and entertaining as before! 

      Aircraft's Exterior Guide with “curiosity buttons” (red buttons) 


      The A320 SGP englobes the Airbus A320 CBT (Computer Based Training) approaching all the major aircraft systems, including all the exterior locations, components, operations, controls, and indications involved with each system.  

      Computer Based Training (CBT)

      Contains a CBT of the aircraft, with summary information of the exterior components of the aircraft. There are “curiosity buttons” (red buttons) distributed around the aircraft next to components, probes, doors, etc.

      By clicking on them, a page will open with the explanation of the function of that specific equipment.  

      In conventional CBT (like Airbus LMS), pilots and aircraft engineers study the external configuration of the aircraft, but this external training is not continuous: only some characteristics of the exterior of the aircraft are shown during the study of a specific system.      

      For example, if you have any questions about a certain component of the aircraft's exterior, you can easily use the simulator and go to that specific location and press a curiosity button. By pressing it, a page will open where the function of that component is described, rather than having to search the various systems through all the aircraft manuals until you find the item you are looking for.

      The CBT covers the following aircraft systems:

      Aircraft general

      - General
      - Cockpit
      - Fuselage
      - Cargo compartments

      Air conditioning

      Air conditioning:

      - General
      - Air conditioning Pack
      - Fuselage
      - Zone temperature regulation

      - General
      - Lavatory and Galleys
      - Avionics compartment
      - Cargo compartments

      Ventilation:

      - General

      Pressurization :

      APU

      - General
      - Power unit
      - APU systems

      Cabin presentation

      - General
      - Controls and indicating

      Doors

      - Passenger doors
      - Emergency doors
      - Cargo doors
      - Miscellaneous doors

      Electrical power

      - General
      - AC normal generation
      -  AC emergency generation
      - Inverters
      - DC normal generation

      Oxygen

      - Cockpit crew oxygen system
      - Cabin oxygen system
      -  Portable oxygen system

      Fire protection

      - General
      - Engine fire protection
      - APU fire protection
      - Others fire protection

      Flight controls

      - General
      - Control (pitch, roll and yaw)
      - High lift (flaps and slats)

      Fuel

      - General
      - Tanks
      -  APU feed
      - Pumps

      Ice and rain

      - Slats and engines
      - Rain removal
      - Ice detection
      - Probes, windows and masts

      Landing gear

      - General
      - Main landing gear
      - Nose landing gear

      Lights

      - Cockpit lights
      - Emergency lighting
      - Exterior lights
      - Signs

      Navigation

      - ADIRS
      - Landing and taxiing aids
      - Independent position system
      - Dependent position system

      Engine (LEAP 1-A, PW1100, CFM56 and IAE V2500)

      - General
      - Compressor module
      - Combustion section
      - Turbine section
      - Gearbox
      - Engine systems

      Pneumatic

      - General
      - Engine bleed
      - APU bleed
      - Ground

      Recorders

      - FDR
      - CVR

      Hydraulics

      - General
      - System description
      - Pumps

      Ventilation

      - General
      - Lavatory and galleys
      - Avionics compartment
      - Cargo compartments

      Water and waste

      - Description

      Communications

      - General
      - Internal communications
      - External communications

      All systems 

      The CBT covers the following aircraft systems:

      • Aircraft general

      - Aircraft general
      - Cockpit
      - Fuselage
      - Cargo compartments

      • Air conditioning

      Air conditioning:

      - General
      - Air conditioning Pack
      - Fuselage
      - Zone temperature regulation

      Pressurization:

      - General

      Ventilatio:

      - General
      - Lavatory and Galleys
      - Avionics compartment
      - Cargo compartments


      • APU

      - General
      - Power unit
      - APU systems

      • Cabin presentation

      - General
      - Controls and indicating

      • Doors

      - Passenger doors
      - Emergency doors
      - Cargo doors
      - Miscellaneous doors

      • Electrical power

      - General
      - AC normal generation
      - AC emergency generation
      - Inverters
      - DC normal generation

      • Oxygen

      - Cockpit crew oxygen system
      - Cabin oxygen system
      - AC emergency generation
      - Portable oxygen system

      • Fire protection

      - General
      - Engine fire protection
      - APU fire protection
      - Others fire protection

      • Flight controls

      - General
      - Control (pitch, roll and yaw)
      - High lift (flaps and slats)

      • Fuel

      - General
      - Tanks
      - APU feed
      - Pumps

      • Ice and rain

      - Slats and engines
      - Rain removal
      - Ice detection
      - Probes, windows and masts

      • Landing gear

      - General
      - Main landing gear
      - Nose landing gear

      • Lights

      - Cockpit lights
      - Emergency lighting
      - Exterior lights
      - Signs

      • Navigation

      - ADIRS
      - Landing and taxiing aids
      - Independent position system
      - Dependent position system

      • Engine (LEAP 1-A, PW1100, CFM56 and IAE V2500)

      - General
      - Compressor module
      - Combustion section
      - Turbine section
      - Gearbox
      - Engine systems

      • Pneumatic

      - General
      - Engine bleed
      - Combustion section
      - Ground

      • Recorders

      - FDR
      - CVR

      • Hydraulics

      - General
      - System description
      - Pumps

      • Ventilation

      - General
      - Lavatory and galleys
      - Avionics compartment
      - Cargo compartments

      • Water and waste

      - Description

      • Communications

      - General
      - Internal communications
      - External communications

      The example below shows the red button interaction of the LEAP 1-A engine. With the engine cowls off, when pressed on the “Combustion Section” red button (left image) the Combustion Section CBT page related to that engine opens (right image). 

      Engine without cowls – curiosity buttons 

      CBT page example (LEAP 1-A Combustion Section)   

      We create the future

      The A320 SGP is designed for airlines, ATOs, MROs and self-learning pilots and aircraft engineers that operate or are about to start operating the A320 family.

       This software can be used: 

      Classroom Support

      How difficult is it to have a real A320 in the classroom? The A320 SGP avoids unnecessary immobilization of an actual aircraft.

      Teaching and studying an airplane has never been so easy and entertaining as before!       

      Forget the traditional teaching methods and the google search about a specific aircraft’s exterior spot in the middle of the class.          

      Traditional teaching methods 

      Improved teaching methods

      The teacher can show the aircraft exterior and all of its components location to their students in a tridimensional real time environment on the classroom, as well as its explanation (CBT), involving the students in a way that no video or PDF can.  

      The ideal teaching method using the The A320 SGP is in a classroom where all students can have their own computer with our software installed, as they all can follow the teacher's rhythm, hence being involved in the best possible way. 

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