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Civil aviation manufacturing industry under Made in China 2025

Time: 2021-02-01

Aviation manufacturing industry, as the embodiment of a country's industrial strength, has undoubtedly become the core industry of national industrial manufacturing under the drive of "Industry 4.0" and "Made in China 2025". The recently approved 13th Five-Year Plan means more and greater opportunities for domestic and foreign aviation manufacturers. China is expected to remain the world's largest civil aircraft market in the future. BBS and the 7th 2016 civil aviation industry, aviation manufacturing series BBS can understand China's civil aviation manufacturing industry development present situation, discuss the current stage of development of pressing problems and challenges, analyze characteristics and trend of development of global industry, and combined with the status quo of China's industry and for a period of time in the future the development of ideas.


On May 11, 2016, solstice, 12, 2016, the 2016 Civil Aviation Industry Forum and the 7th Aviation Manufacturing Forum was successfully held in Shanghai. The BBS sponsored by the China aviation institute, comac Shanghai aircraft design and research institute, comac Shanghai aircraft manufacturing co., LTD., China aviation aircraft co., LTD. Xi 'an branch, avic Harbin aircraft industry group co., LTD., avic changhe aircraft industry (group) co., LTD and avic jincheng nanjing, cooperated with mechanical and hydraulic engineering research center of Shanghai guang yao to undertake business consulting co., LTD.


China smart


With China's economic development stepping into a new normal and driven by the "Made in China 2025" strategy, China's manufacturing industry is facing a brand new internal and external situation. Jin Wei, director of the Aviation Industry Research Office of the Equipment Industry Research Institute of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, discussed in his speech "Aviation Industry Development under Made in China 2025" from four aspects, including the background and content of Made in China 2025, the technology roadmap of China's aviation industry, the development and prospect of China's aviation industry, and relevant countermeasures and suggestions. "From the perspective of Made in China 2025, we can see that there is a lot of room for development in the aviation industry," he said in the report. The aerospace industry has a number of options, not only manufacturing low-value assembly, but also operations and high-value services, which are in line with manufacturing trends and the development path outlined in Made in China 2025. Starting in the 1950s, China's aviation industry has now entered a stage of open development through its own research and international cooperation. For example, the ARJ21 has been successfully delivered and the C919 has made relatively smooth progress. In addition to the "2025" made in China, the Chinese government supports the development of the aviation industry is also reflected in the cooperation with the international equipment manufacturing capacity, long-term development of civil aviation industry in 2013, "much starker choices-and graver consequences-in planning, development planning, intelligent robot manufacturing development planning, including manufacturing and guidance of the Internet, fusion, and special, the scientific research plan and so on.


Made in China with the help of information, will be transformed to China's intelligent manufacturing. "Made in China 2025" and "Smart Manufacturing" are two inseparable topics. Zheng Shuofang, Deputy Chief Engineer of AVIC Integrated Technology Research Institute, launched his keynote report on the standardization status of intelligent manufacturing, the framework of intelligent manufacturing and the framework and key direction of intelligent manufacturing standard system -- leading the orderly development of intelligent manufacturing with standards. He pointed out that model-based product development mode has become an important means of aviation product development; The aviation industry adheres to the intelligent manufacturing development route based on model development mode. Aviation digital workshop is the core of product manufacturing and the concentrated embodiment of aviation intelligent manufacturing. At the same time, digital workshop is the key direction of aviation intelligent manufacturing.


Song Jing, the director of Xi 'an Automatic Flight Control Research Institute of AVIC, delivered a keynote speech on the topic of "Thinking on Intelligent Manufacturing Construction of Complex Electromechanical and Avionics Products" from seven aspects of intelligent manufacturing cognition, construction necessity, advantages, thinking, plan and roadmap. "We laid out a roadmap that basically took seven steps from the shop floor to the virtual environment level to equipment automation," he said. First, lean production line continuous improvement, combined with the promotion of AOS work, continuous optimization, structure, refinement, parameterized manufacturing process, to lay a solid foundation for intelligent manufacturing production line. The second step, the demonstration line overall design. The third step is to transform the equipment. The fourth step is to break through the key to intelligent manufacturing. Relying on the Group's intelligent manufacturing innovation center to break through the key technologies and supporting technologies of intelligent manufacturing, to clear the obstacles for the implementation of the entire production line. The fifth step is the transformation and construction of the information system. With the requirements of intelligent manufacturing, all the current information systems should be reconstructed or rebuilt, and the simulation platform of the virtual process based on the model should be built to dynamically perceive the real-time information of the field, improve the production performance, dynamically allocate resources and maximize the production capacity. The sixth step, the transformation of the logistics system, the intelligent logistics system is based on our batch timely transformation, according to the demand transformation, not all into an automated logistics intelligent system. The seventh step is comprehensive integration to form a complete intelligent manufacturing capability.


Aviation Industry "ABC"


Two spokespersons from Comac Research and Development Center of China and Boeing Finance delivered keynote reports on China's civil aircraft dream and Boeing Finance's business development strategy in China. Comac Shao Guangxing deputy director of the research and development center in its "hold the new development opportunity, building China's civil aircraft dream", says one speak in China is in the "civil aviation big country" to "civilian power" the great transition of economy increasing, triple the flight number per person in ten years, fleet size increasing, the passenger turnover growth is accelerating. Huge market demand gives birth to strategic opportunities for China's civil aviation industry. China's civil aviation industry should continue to grasp and make good use of this important period of strategic transformation to promote the comprehensive development of China's civil aviation industry. Then, Jennifer Wang, Senior Director of Boeing Finance, introduced the work scope of Boeing Finance in her speech. How Boeing sees the future development and demand of the aviation market; Boeing's analysis of the current market environment. In addition, Airbus China also participated in the forum and actively interacted with the speakers and participated in the Q&A sessions of the keynote speeches several times.


The focus of the dialogue


As one of the innovative models of the forum, Alexander Chirkov, Chief Procurement Officer of the United Aircraft Corporation Group of Russia, and Klaus Mueller, International Senior Advisor of ICF, presented a wonderful focus dialogue. "Everything in the airline industry is expensive," asks Mr Chirkov. "What will be the cost structure, the cost model? Let's say we have some cooperation with China on the C919. What does that cost model look like in the future?" Mr Mueller replies: "Cost transparency is crucial. As far as I'm concerned, the first point is that companies need to control their costs. If you don't know your costs or you don't have control of your costs, that's a problem. We need to better understand our new materials, our new technologies and our new production capabilities, our new manufacturing capabilities and our new processes that are really going to lead to the Great Leap Forward. 3D printing should be very promising. 3D printing can now help us achieve completely different designs from traditional ones, and there are some good examples in the aviation industry. We need to use new technologies like 3D printing more widely, and we need to have more systematic knowledge of how to take advantage of it and improve holistic design."


Aircraft Systems Sub-forum


The "Aircraft Systems Sub-Forum" was held on the second day of the Forum. Zhang Jianbo, Director of Hydraulic Design and Research Department of COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, said in his talk "Current Situation and Prospect of Chinese Modern Commercial Aircraft Airborne Hydraulic/Landing Gear System" that the future development of hydraulic/landing gear system will tend to be high pressure, intelligent, multi-electric technology, and higher system integration. Among them, the multi-point technology has changed the traditional aircraft design concept, replacing part of the original hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical drive system with electric power system, so that the secondary power of the aircraft as much as possible in the form of electricity distribution. Subsequently, Wang Jinjue, the second-level expert from AVIC Shaanxi Aviation Electric Co., Ltd., delivered a speech on the topic of "the development challenges and solutions of anti-interference control technology for domestic aviation power system". "Electromagnetic interference is the 'invisible killer' of the airborne equipment of civil aircraft, even the whole aircraft," he said. "Therefore, in the face of various EMI generated by the complex electromagnetic environment, effective measures should be taken to improve the anti-interference ability of the airborne equipment, so as to ensure the reliability and safety of the entire aircraft."


Group discussion


On the first afternoon of the forum, the topic was "The Impact of Economic Environment on Air Transport Market Demand -- How to Optimize Aircraft Selection Process to Help Aircraft Manufacturers and Aviation Service Provider Win?" Panel discussion hosted by Mr David perrett asia-pacific aviation week ", group discussion guests are Oriental aviation technology co., LTD., the chief engineer Joe lee, spring airlines co., LTD., general manager of purchasing security Xu Kang, Boeing, financial companies, senior director Jennifer WANG and comac market research center director Yang Yang. On this topic, the panel discussion guests have launched insights. Yang Yang, director of Comac's market research center, talked about the immaturity of the domestic airline operation model. Although the trunk market in China has developed well, the branch market in China is still in the stage of exploration. At present, domestic airlines tend to buy larger planes such as the A320 or B737 and ignore the demand for regional jets. Expect regional jets to be used in regional markets where they are best suited to operate. Jennifer Wang, senior director of Boeing Finance Company, analyzed the financing problems of airlines when purchasing aircraft with the actual case of Air China's order of 19 777s in 2001. Air China and Boeing Finance started to discuss the implementation of funds from the beginning of ordering aircraft. Through the guarantee of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Air China issued bonds in the United States to raise the financing of nine aircraft, which basically solved all the capital needs of Air China in the first and second years. This is a very important boost for the airlines. In the future, there is no need to worry about the funding. As the buyer, Li Junming, chief engineer of China Eastern Airlines Technology Co., Ltd. responded to the question of "how to view the introduction of large aircraft by airlines" : "Whether to introduce large aircraft mainly depends on the positioning and capability of the airlines. The introduction of large aircraft has certain requirements on the operation ability, control ability and market of airlines. If the scale is not very large, combined with the location of the airline and the lack of market control, it is not an ideal decision to introduce large aircraft to some extent." Xu Kang, general manager of Spring Airlines' procurement and security department, added: "The choice of aircraft must cater to the airline's business model. The so-called business model is manifested in the first, the market target, operation area, customer groups have what kind of characteristics. Second, in China, there must be some mandatory restrictions to operate an airline. For example, take-off, landing and time are very specific standards in China. I also call on the government to pay more attention to private airlines. Third, the future development, airlines should not be limited to the current stage of the introduction, but also see the future development - domestic regional expansion. Fourth, profit model. "These four business models determine whether airlines are going to choose wide-body, narrow-body or regional."


The BBS lasts two days, through speech, focus group discussion, dialogue, mutual communication, exhibition display, one-on-one business, e-commerce platform, such as form attracted nearly 150 aircraft engine at home and abroad, the design and manufacture of aircraft parts unit leading experts, to explore commercial project of international cooperation, to establish the system of supplier, aircraft airworthiness certification and system, intelligent manufacturing pilot project, aviation industry informatization and development trend of future more electric aircraft, etc.


It is reported that the Forum will be renamed "Civil Aviation Industry Forum" from June 2016 (i.e. the next Forum) and will set up an organizing committee, aiming to better build a platform for long-term exchanges and cooperation in the civil aviation industry. At present, the main body of the organizing committee is: COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd., AVIC Xi 'an Aircraft Branch, AVIC Harbin Aircraft Industry Group Co., Ltd., AVIC Changhe Aircraft Industry (Group) Co., Ltd. In the future, 14 members of the organizing committee will be added, including AVIC CAC Civil Aircraft Co., Ltd., AVIC SAC Civil Aircraft Co., Ltd., AVIC Jiangxi Hongdu Commercial Aircraft Co., Ltd., Airbus (China) Co., Ltd., Boeing (China) Co., Ltd., and United Aircraft Corporation.


From: Civil Aviation Resources Network
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Civil aviation manufacturing industry under Made in China 2025

Time: 2021-02-01

Aviation manufacturing industry, as the embodiment of a country's industrial strength, has undoubtedly become the core industry of national industrial manufacturing under the drive of "Industry 4.0" and "Made in China 2025". The recently approved 13th Five-Year Plan means more and greater opportunities for domestic and foreign aviation manufacturers. China is expected to remain the world's largest civil aircraft market in the future. BBS and the 7th 2016 civil aviation industry, aviation manufacturing series BBS can understand China's civil aviation manufacturing industry development present situation, discuss the current stage of development of pressing problems and challenges, analyze characteristics and trend of development of global industry, and combined with the status quo of China's industry and for a period of time in the future the development of ideas.


On May 11, 2016, solstice, 12, 2016, the 2016 Civil Aviation Industry Forum and the 7th Aviation Manufacturing Forum was successfully held in Shanghai. The BBS sponsored by the China aviation institute, comac Shanghai aircraft design and research institute, comac Shanghai aircraft manufacturing co., LTD., China aviation aircraft co., LTD. Xi 'an branch, avic Harbin aircraft industry group co., LTD., avic changhe aircraft industry (group) co., LTD and avic jincheng nanjing, cooperated with mechanical and hydraulic engineering research center of Shanghai guang yao to undertake business consulting co., LTD.


China smart


With China's economic development stepping into a new normal and driven by the "Made in China 2025" strategy, China's manufacturing industry is facing a brand new internal and external situation. Jin Wei, director of the Aviation Industry Research Office of the Equipment Industry Research Institute of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, discussed in his speech "Aviation Industry Development under Made in China 2025" from four aspects, including the background and content of Made in China 2025, the technology roadmap of China's aviation industry, the development and prospect of China's aviation industry, and relevant countermeasures and suggestions. "From the perspective of Made in China 2025, we can see that there is a lot of room for development in the aviation industry," he said in the report. The aerospace industry has a number of options, not only manufacturing low-value assembly, but also operations and high-value services, which are in line with manufacturing trends and the development path outlined in Made in China 2025. Starting in the 1950s, China's aviation industry has now entered a stage of open development through its own research and international cooperation. For example, the ARJ21 has been successfully delivered and the C919 has made relatively smooth progress. In addition to the "2025" made in China, the Chinese government supports the development of the aviation industry is also reflected in the cooperation with the international equipment manufacturing capacity, long-term development of civil aviation industry in 2013, "much starker choices-and graver consequences-in planning, development planning, intelligent robot manufacturing development planning, including manufacturing and guidance of the Internet, fusion, and special, the scientific research plan and so on.


Made in China with the help of information, will be transformed to China's intelligent manufacturing. "Made in China 2025" and "Smart Manufacturing" are two inseparable topics. Zheng Shuofang, Deputy Chief Engineer of AVIC Integrated Technology Research Institute, launched his keynote report on the standardization status of intelligent manufacturing, the framework of intelligent manufacturing and the framework and key direction of intelligent manufacturing standard system -- leading the orderly development of intelligent manufacturing with standards. He pointed out that model-based product development mode has become an important means of aviation product development; The aviation industry adheres to the intelligent manufacturing development route based on model development mode. Aviation digital workshop is the core of product manufacturing and the concentrated embodiment of aviation intelligent manufacturing. At the same time, digital workshop is the key direction of aviation intelligent manufacturing.


Song Jing, the director of Xi 'an Automatic Flight Control Research Institute of AVIC, delivered a keynote speech on the topic of "Thinking on Intelligent Manufacturing Construction of Complex Electromechanical and Avionics Products" from seven aspects of intelligent manufacturing cognition, construction necessity, advantages, thinking, plan and roadmap. "We laid out a roadmap that basically took seven steps from the shop floor to the virtual environment level to equipment automation," he said. First, lean production line continuous improvement, combined with the promotion of AOS work, continuous optimization, structure, refinement, parameterized manufacturing process, to lay a solid foundation for intelligent manufacturing production line. The second step, the demonstration line overall design. The third step is to transform the equipment. The fourth step is to break through the key to intelligent manufacturing. Relying on the Group's intelligent manufacturing innovation center to break through the key technologies and supporting technologies of intelligent manufacturing, to clear the obstacles for the implementation of the entire production line. The fifth step is the transformation and construction of the information system. With the requirements of intelligent manufacturing, all the current information systems should be reconstructed or rebuilt, and the simulation platform of the virtual process based on the model should be built to dynamically perceive the real-time information of the field, improve the production performance, dynamically allocate resources and maximize the production capacity. The sixth step, the transformation of the logistics system, the intelligent logistics system is based on our batch timely transformation, according to the demand transformation, not all into an automated logistics intelligent system. The seventh step is comprehensive integration to form a complete intelligent manufacturing capability.


Aviation Industry "ABC"


Two spokespersons from Comac Research and Development Center of China and Boeing Finance delivered keynote reports on China's civil aircraft dream and Boeing Finance's business development strategy in China. Comac Shao Guangxing deputy director of the research and development center in its "hold the new development opportunity, building China's civil aircraft dream", says one speak in China is in the "civil aviation big country" to "civilian power" the great transition of economy increasing, triple the flight number per person in ten years, fleet size increasing, the passenger turnover growth is accelerating. Huge market demand gives birth to strategic opportunities for China's civil aviation industry. China's civil aviation industry should continue to grasp and make good use of this important period of strategic transformation to promote the comprehensive development of China's civil aviation industry. Then, Jennifer Wang, Senior Director of Boeing Finance, introduced the work scope of Boeing Finance in her speech. How Boeing sees the future development and demand of the aviation market; Boeing's analysis of the current market environment. In addition, Airbus China also participated in the forum and actively interacted with the speakers and participated in the Q&A sessions of the keynote speeches several times.


The focus of the dialogue


As one of the innovative models of the forum, Alexander Chirkov, Chief Procurement Officer of the United Aircraft Corporation Group of Russia, and Klaus Mueller, International Senior Advisor of ICF, presented a wonderful focus dialogue. "Everything in the airline industry is expensive," asks Mr Chirkov. "What will be the cost structure, the cost model? Let's say we have some cooperation with China on the C919. What does that cost model look like in the future?" Mr Mueller replies: "Cost transparency is crucial. As far as I'm concerned, the first point is that companies need to control their costs. If you don't know your costs or you don't have control of your costs, that's a problem. We need to better understand our new materials, our new technologies and our new production capabilities, our new manufacturing capabilities and our new processes that are really going to lead to the Great Leap Forward. 3D printing should be very promising. 3D printing can now help us achieve completely different designs from traditional ones, and there are some good examples in the aviation industry. We need to use new technologies like 3D printing more widely, and we need to have more systematic knowledge of how to take advantage of it and improve holistic design."


Aircraft Systems Sub-forum


The "Aircraft Systems Sub-Forum" was held on the second day of the Forum. Zhang Jianbo, Director of Hydraulic Design and Research Department of COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, said in his talk "Current Situation and Prospect of Chinese Modern Commercial Aircraft Airborne Hydraulic/Landing Gear System" that the future development of hydraulic/landing gear system will tend to be high pressure, intelligent, multi-electric technology, and higher system integration. Among them, the multi-point technology has changed the traditional aircraft design concept, replacing part of the original hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical drive system with electric power system, so that the secondary power of the aircraft as much as possible in the form of electricity distribution. Subsequently, Wang Jinjue, the second-level expert from AVIC Shaanxi Aviation Electric Co., Ltd., delivered a speech on the topic of "the development challenges and solutions of anti-interference control technology for domestic aviation power system". "Electromagnetic interference is the 'invisible killer' of the airborne equipment of civil aircraft, even the whole aircraft," he said. "Therefore, in the face of various EMI generated by the complex electromagnetic environment, effective measures should be taken to improve the anti-interference ability of the airborne equipment, so as to ensure the reliability and safety of the entire aircraft."


Group discussion


On the first afternoon of the forum, the topic was "The Impact of Economic Environment on Air Transport Market Demand -- How to Optimize Aircraft Selection Process to Help Aircraft Manufacturers and Aviation Service Provider Win?" Panel discussion hosted by Mr David perrett asia-pacific aviation week ", group discussion guests are Oriental aviation technology co., LTD., the chief engineer Joe lee, spring airlines co., LTD., general manager of purchasing security Xu Kang, Boeing, financial companies, senior director Jennifer WANG and comac market research center director Yang Yang. On this topic, the panel discussion guests have launched insights. Yang Yang, director of Comac's market research center, talked about the immaturity of the domestic airline operation model. Although the trunk market in China has developed well, the branch market in China is still in the stage of exploration. At present, domestic airlines tend to buy larger planes such as the A320 or B737 and ignore the demand for regional jets. Expect regional jets to be used in regional markets where they are best suited to operate. Jennifer Wang, senior director of Boeing Finance Company, analyzed the financing problems of airlines when purchasing aircraft with the actual case of Air China's order of 19 777s in 2001. Air China and Boeing Finance started to discuss the implementation of funds from the beginning of ordering aircraft. Through the guarantee of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Air China issued bonds in the United States to raise the financing of nine aircraft, which basically solved all the capital needs of Air China in the first and second years. This is a very important boost for the airlines. In the future, there is no need to worry about the funding. As the buyer, Li Junming, chief engineer of China Eastern Airlines Technology Co., Ltd. responded to the question of "how to view the introduction of large aircraft by airlines" : "Whether to introduce large aircraft mainly depends on the positioning and capability of the airlines. The introduction of large aircraft has certain requirements on the operation ability, control ability and market of airlines. If the scale is not very large, combined with the location of the airline and the lack of market control, it is not an ideal decision to introduce large aircraft to some extent." Xu Kang, general manager of Spring Airlines' procurement and security department, added: "The choice of aircraft must cater to the airline's business model. The so-called business model is manifested in the first, the market target, operation area, customer groups have what kind of characteristics. Second, in China, there must be some mandatory restrictions to operate an airline. For example, take-off, landing and time are very specific standards in China. I also call on the government to pay more attention to private airlines. Third, the future development, airlines should not be limited to the current stage of the introduction, but also see the future development - domestic regional expansion. Fourth, profit model. "These four business models determine whether airlines are going to choose wide-body, narrow-body or regional."


The BBS lasts two days, through speech, focus group discussion, dialogue, mutual communication, exhibition display, one-on-one business, e-commerce platform, such as form attracted nearly 150 aircraft engine at home and abroad, the design and manufacture of aircraft parts unit leading experts, to explore commercial project of international cooperation, to establish the system of supplier, aircraft airworthiness certification and system, intelligent manufacturing pilot project, aviation industry informatization and development trend of future more electric aircraft, etc.


It is reported that the Forum will be renamed "Civil Aviation Industry Forum" from June 2016 (i.e. the next Forum) and will set up an organizing committee, aiming to better build a platform for long-term exchanges and cooperation in the civil aviation industry. At present, the main body of the organizing committee is: COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd., AVIC Xi 'an Aircraft Branch, AVIC Harbin Aircraft Industry Group Co., Ltd., AVIC Changhe Aircraft Industry (Group) Co., Ltd. In the future, 14 members of the organizing committee will be added, including AVIC CAC Civil Aircraft Co., Ltd., AVIC SAC Civil Aircraft Co., Ltd., AVIC Jiangxi Hongdu Commercial Aircraft Co., Ltd., Airbus (China) Co., Ltd., Boeing (China) Co., Ltd., and United Aircraft Corporation.


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