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THIS ISSUE of AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING celebrates the largest exhibition of its kind ever seen in Britain. For the first time a number of European Aerospace Companies will be present and in total over 200 firms from Britain and the Continent will be at the show.
The prototypes listed here are in such an early stage of development, the manufacturers could not be sure the prototypes would be complete in time for exhibition. But in any case representatives on the stands will be pleased to answer any enquiries on the developments.
The Airlite 71 headset has a clip in facility on a boom arm for the rapid interchange of microphones. This includes the DynAMike microphone plus preamplifier for the replacement of carbon microphones.
A MONG DESIGN CONCEPTS, the turbineblade is one of the most difficult to translate into accurate dimensional fact. Shape, often the material, the standard of accuracy that must be achieved, and, in a full manufacturing programme, the quantities that are required, all create not merely initial,...
IT HAS BEEN standard practice for the past three decades to incorporate some method of fog and frost protection into the design of aviation instrument windows.
IN THE EARLY 1960s a review of CAB accident report data showed that a large number of passengers involved in survivable accidents survived the crash impact but died as a result of asphyxiation because they were unable to evacuate the aircraft.
AS JET AIRCRAFT become heavier and faster and fly higher, so ever greater demands are made on the gas turbines which propel them.
A flexible stainless steel hose assembly is of special interest as it has been specifically designed for the transfer of liquid gases from mobile ground tankers to aircraft storage tanks.
FIBRE OPTICS the science of bending light may well have a revolutionary effect on many aspects of airports in the next few years.
On takeoff at sea level conditions, the burner section of the JT9D7 and15 engines reaches 2,350F. In the Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas DC10, developing 45,500lb of thrust, the turbine blades need to be kept at some 500 cooler at 1,850F, to preserve the metal. Two per cent of the total engine...
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