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WEST Europe's aging air traffic control equipment, soaring fuel costs, the introduction of newtechnology aircraft and moderate air transport growth will lead to a strong expansion in the sale of air traffic control equipment during the next ten years, according to a new study by Frost & Sullivan...
THE ability to detect an impending failure in an aircraft engine mechanical power system, at an early stage, where expensive and possibly catastrophic system failures can be prevented, will provide enhanced aircraft safety by minimising the possibility of a serious engine failure, and the need...
MODERN airports have to cope with fuelling requirements several times greater than a few years ago. The increasing number of wide body aircraft and the growth in tank capacities and acceptance rates has meant that large quantities have to be available at all times. Uplifts of 30 000 Imp gal 140...
ALTHOUGH aviation gasoline for spark ignition engines reached its peak during the 193945 war, development of the gas turbine inhibited further work in this field. Large quantities of gasoline will be required for many years for pistonengined aircraft, but it is unlikely that it will change much...
The high capacity and fast response of Moog electrohydraulic flow control valves has allowed a difficult test specification to be met at low cost. The two Moog Series 60 valves are fitted to a hydraulic test rig in British Airways' engineering centre at Heathrow Airport, London.
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