A Conceptual Design and Analysis of two Seat General Aviation Aircraft
Karnail Singh Saini1, Ankitkumar Patel2

1Karnail Singh Saini, Department of Aeronautical, SVIT, Vasad, Vadodara (Gujarat), India.
2Anitkumar Patel, Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, SVIT, Vasad, Vadodara (Gujarat), India.
Manuscript received on March 02, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on March 19, 2019. | Manuscript published on March 30, 2019. | PP: 12-17 | Volume-6 Issue-2, March 2019. | Retrieval Number: B2219036219/19©BEIESP 
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Abstract: Aviation covers a huge range of activities, both commercial and non- commercial, including private, flight training, police aircraft, air-ambulance, air charter and etc. General aviation aircrafts generally use piston propeller engine especially single piston propeller engine. This more traditional class of aircrafts includes nearly all aircraft from Wright Brothers up through World War II. Today, piston engines are used almost exclusively on light, general aviation aircraft. In this project conceptual design of a two seat, piston propeller general aviation aircraft will be performed. It is expected that aircraft will fly around 130 knots at 8000ft and to a range of 500 nautical miles. Design study will be performed both by taking design account in and comparing to competitor data, and with considering historical values. Design method is mainly based on textbook on Raymer [1].
Keywords: Wing Geometry, Tail Geometry, Tail Airfoil, ANSYS CFD, Fuel Tanks, Fuselage and Interior Design, Propulsion, Shock Absorber.