Very high definition model of an Airbus A380 textured as Air France. All flaps, rudders, turbine fans, and the landing gear can be animated. All textures included in tga, eps and Adobe Illustrator format. Max Format: The flaps, rudders and the landing gear are animated. Meshsmooth is applied so you can set the object resolution as you like. Just use the Named Selection Set meshsmooth to select the SubD objects. Obj Format: In 3 different resolutions ranging from 193751 to 1156762 Polygons. The movable parts are saved separately in an initial state and in an animated state. The lowest poly-version is SubD. hull. So you can use it easily as SubD in MayaXSI or any Programms supporting SubD.3ds Format: In 3 different resolutions ranging from 375350 to 2301885 Polygons. The movable parts are saved separately in an initial state and in an animated state. Previews rendered in XSI.
The Airbus A380 3d model is a wide-body two-deck four-engine turbojet passenger aircraft created by Airbus S.A.S. (formerly Airbus Industrie) - the largest serial airliner in the world. Capacity - 525 passengers in the cabin of three classes, 853 passengers in a one-class configuration. Can make non-stop flights up to 15 400 km.
It has four engines. It also provides cargo modification A380F with the ability to transport cargo up to 150 tons at a distance of up to 10,370 km. The maximum take-off weight is 560 tons (the mass of the aircraft itself is 280 tons). To date, the A380 is also the largest passenger airliner in the world, surpassing the capacity of the Boeing 747, which can carry only up to 625 passengers (the Boeing 747 has been the largest passenger liner for 37 years).
According to the developers, the most difficult part of creating an aircraft was the problem of reducing its mass. It was solved by the wide use of composite materials in the power elements of the structure, as well as in auxiliary units, interiors, etc. To reduce the weight of the aircraft, advanced technologies and improved aluminum alloys were also used. Thus, the 11-ton center section for 40% of its mass consists of carbon plastics. The top and side panels of the fuselage are made of hybrid material Glare. On the bottom panels of the fuselage, laser welding of stringers and skin was applied, which significantly reduced the number of fasteners.
Among the largest ships, the most economical is three liters of fuel per passenger per hundred kilometers (54 nautical miles). According to Airbus, the A380 burns 17% less fuel per passenger than the “modern largest aircraft” (apparently, the Boeing 747 is meant). The less fuel is burned, the lower carbon dioxide emissions. For an airplane, CO2 emissions per passenger are 75 grams per kilometer.
The development of the A380 took about ten years. The cost of the entire program is about twelve billion €. Airbus claims that 420 aircraft need to be sold to reimburse the corporation, although according to some analysts, their number should be much larger.
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