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Structural Limitations: Maximum Running Loads

Running load is a limitation that prevents floor damage.

It is given as kilogram per meter, kilogram per inch, or pound per inch. And 62 kg/in limit means that if we cut the aircraft fuselage in slices (the width of each is 1 inch) the total mass loaded in the slice cannot exceed 62 kg. The limit can be set differently in different areas of the aircraft. Usually, it is higher in the section over the wing and decreases in the AFT part of the aircraft.

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Structural Limitations: Accumulated Loads

The aircraft structure is designed to withstand certain bending moments and vibrations. To prevent excessive forces exerted on a structure, manufacturers regulate the weight of the load that is allowed in a given section of a fuselage. The limitation can apply to the whole hold space or only some designated part of it.

In the Evionica’s Weight and Balance solution, the fuselage section can be arbitrarily defined together with a weight limitation that should be validated.

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Scattered Load Control

Cargo operations are usually challenging. In many cases, they require the loadmaster to travel with the aircraft to supervise the loading and offloading process. Is it...

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How much the passenger weights?

Have you ever wondered how we know the final mass of the aircraft? It’s calculated in the Weight and Balance process by correcting aircraft empty mass with CREW, FUEL,...

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Lateral Imbalance

The lateral balance aims to keep quite even distribution of mass loaded on the LEFT and RIGHT aisle of the aircraft. It is crucial for wide-body aircraft which can accommodate ULDs loaded side-by-side in two lines on both the Main and Lower Decks.

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What Preliminary Loadsheet is for?

When creating a Loadsheet document using Evionica Weight and Balance software, on the “Loadsheet” step one can choose between the Final and Preliminary designation of...

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Weight and Balance offline mode

We all know the phrase by heart “Evionica Weight and Balance works offline”.  Why offline mode is such a big deal for cargo airlines? What exactly does it mean to "work offline"? And what are the limitations and risks of offline operations?

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Evionica at 23rd Ground Handling International conference

Discover all of the Weight and Balance solutions for cargo airline, passenger airline and ground handling provided by Evionica. Meet us at Booth #E61 during 23rd GHI conference and let’s talk about the smartest solution for your airline.
We are looking forward to meeting you in just 2 weeks!

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