Aircraft Windows And Windshields - Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Aircraft windows and windshields are designed to enable outside view, while also protecting the passengers from the external environment. Modern aircraft windows and windshields are designed from 'fail-safe' concept, such that the chances of complete window failure are minimum. The design consists of several layers of plies with interlayers between them. Windows also act as thermal insulation. In the case of passenger cabin windows, the outer pane shields passengers from the cold external environment while the inner pane keeps humidity from condensing and frosting.
Demand for improved and low-maintenance aircraft windows and windshields has been increasing. Improvements in parts during design and construction, including the aircraft windows and windshield, helps to extend the durability and service life of the parts, while also leading to less need for maintenance. The growing number of aircraft worldwide along with the new aircraft development programs also boost the market for aircraft windows and windshields. Many of the new aircraft development programs have led to the filing of patent applications worldwide.
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