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Throttle Control Assembly (TCA / TCQ) controls each engine’s thrust during flight or while the aircraft is on the ground.
It can be operated by the pilot or the autopilot. It lessens the pilot’s effort during the thrust changes because it is a crucial human-machine interaction. lowering the pilots’ workload improvement in fuel efficiency.
Depending on the flying phase, the TCA/TCQ transmits electrical signals to the FADEC digital engine control systems to achieve the necessary thrust command.
On the ground, it enables control of the low speed and reverse thrusts during taxiing. It can be used to activate the aircraft’s autothrottle mode and provide the pilot with a visual reference for the amount of thrust being ordered by the autothrottle system.
The Global aircraft throttle control assembly market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For its flagship light jet aircraft, a top-tier aircraft manufacturer has chosen Sensata’s revolutionary autothrottle assembly.
Sensata’s technology decreases pilot workload, improves comfort and safety during flight, and is compatible with many different flight controls and decks.
It has announced the availability of its new autothrottle assembly for insertion into cockpit controls of aircraft to enhance flying convenience and safety for light jet applications.
Autothrottle assembly is currently being incorporated into a major manufacturer’s flagship aircraft. It significantly lessens the pilot’s workload and provides a considerable safety benefit for single pilot aircraft like light jet and turboprop applications.
The design of single-pilot aircraft has undergone an interesting change. While not novel for larger aircraft, this kind of solution is now accessible for applications involving tiny light jets.
At the pilot’s side in the cockpit, an automatic throttle is used to change the fuel flow to the engine, regulating engine power and thrust.
It enables the pilot to regulate an aircraft’s power levels automatically, similar to cruise control on a car. Instead of manually operating the thrust levers, the pilot can set the required flight characteristics.
The autothrottle can keep the aircraft from entering a scenario that might result in a stall and loss of control in situations with a heavy workload or when the pilot might become disoriented.
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