Designing an airflow system for cabin test facility
This report provides designs and solutions to develop an airflow system that would be placed inside the C-series cabin at Downsview testing facility. Designing a smart air quality system proved to be problematic, such as the interference with other research projects, and the requirement of having to mimic the G7500 HVAC system. However, the design proposed managed to solve those problems, in addition this report provides basic information about how ventilation system works in aircrafts, and their different types. It also provides information about the various harmful particles found inside aircraft cabins, and what kind of sensors can be used to catch and measure those particles. Finally, a sample simulation was shown to give a starting point for future research to be done.