International Advanced Research Journal in             Science, Engineering and Technology

A monthly Peer-reviewed / Refereed journal

ISSN Online 2393-8021
ISSN Print 2394-1588

Since  2014

Abstract: With the growing technological advancements, a really prevailed downside within the aeronautical institutes is the Bird Strike that has to be handled in a sophisticated manner. A Bird Strike is strictly outlined as a collision between a bird associated with an aircraft that is on the wing or on a Take-Off or Landing roll and also the term is usually swollen to hide alternative life Strikes – with haywire or ground animals. Bird Strikes typically occur throughout the Take-Off or Landing sections thanks to the lower altitudes of the aircrafts throughout that phase. Indian airports have recorded a gradual increase in range of bird hits and craft run-ins with stray animals over a minimum of the past 5 years, in step with official information, illustrating the potential safety risks and losses the aviation business confronts from such accidents because the fleet of planes operated by domestic airlines expands apace. in step with board of directors General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) an information was provided in response to a Right to data (RTI) application filed by geographic area Times that contained the amount of Bird Strikes. In 2014, the amount of bird hits and animal strikes was 719, in 2015 it absolutely was 764, in 2016 with a count of 839, in 2017 a spike of 1125 was noticed and in 2018, the count was 1244. The current techniques showing smart results against Bird Strikes aren't effective enough to beat this downside. Therefore, this paper produces a plan with usage of sound to forestall Bird Strike that disturbs the birds and causes them to maneuver away. To overcome this downside, we tend to square measure reaching to use “Ultrasonic radiation” which will be radiated throughout the flight takeoff and landing that disturbs the birds (without harming them) and additionally not moving the pilots throughout their flight.

Keywords: Foreign Object, Sensors, Ultra Sonic, Aircraft

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2022.9822

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