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British Aerospace announced the launching of the Jetstream 31 light turboprop transport on December 5, 1978 and the development aircraft, converted from an earlier model, made its maiden flight on March 28, 1980. The aircraft has successfully spearheaded the flight test programme and has made...
Progress of the joint AngloAmerican Harrier II programme will be marked in 1985 by the formation of the first US Marine Corps USMC operational squadron of AV8Bs and the first flight of the Harrier GR Mk. 5 for the RAF. The latter aircraft will vary slightly from those for the USMC in that they...
Since the days of Lilienthal and the Wright Brothers, aircraft structural design and materials have changed dramatically. The early wire braced wooden frames have given way to stressed skin, all metal, glass and carbon fibre, and more recently composite structures. Each method of manufacture has...
Aircraft are no longer designed at a drafting board but with the aid of a screen, light pen and computer. This new development in the history of European civil aircraft construction has been introduced by MBB in the design of the Airbus A320. Complete large components, parts, metal and plastic...
Recent discussion and review of information on rejected takeoffs by the UK Flight Safety Committee seems to indicate that a strong case can be made for taking advantage of present technology to develop costeffective equipment that will identify suspect tyre pressures and temperatures and suspect...
The AM1435 from Datel is an ultrafast settling wideband operational amplifier that is directly interchangeable with devices having the same type number.
The first development sixbladed propeller hub assembly designed for the new British Aerospace Advanced Turboprop ATP airliner has been built and delivered to United Technologies Hamilton Standard Division at Windsor Lock, Connecticut, USA. The hub has now been assembled and rig testing of the...
Joseph L. Mallardi has been elected executive vicepresident and chief operating officer of Howmet Turbine Components Corporation, effective July 1, 1984.
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