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RESEARCH that was to lead to the application of electronic displays to the flight decks of transport aircraft may be said to have begun seriously in the 1970's with the main centre of UK activity being in the advanced flight deck simulator at British Aerospace, Weybridge. Initially, work on...
THE first GR Mk5 Harrier II DBl Development Batch No. 1 for the Royal Air Force has now been delivered to British Aerospace's Dunsfold aerodrome near Guildford, Surrey, for final assembly and flight preparation.
THE measurement of complex contoured surfaces has meant different problems for different manufacturers. These differences have principally arisen out of the developments of rival companies each company establishing its own method of design and verification via many and varied inspection...
A former NASA astronaut and a former NASA crew systems engineer are helping Lockheed with its bid to design the United States' first permanent space station.
AMCHEM have developed a fundamentally new type of EDM machining centre incorporating a Visual Inspection System which examines partially repaired aeroengine components. It identifies a set of EDM operations, which will vary with each part, and instructs the machining centre to carry these out....
IN as large and versatile a company as Oxfordbased CSE Aviation, it is not surprising that its skills and expertise in general aviation aircraft are called upon on shores far distant from the United Kingdom. Over the last five years engineers from Kidlington have attended to damaged aircraft as...
ROLLSROYCE has announced further improvements to its RB211524D4 engines currently the optimum powerplant for the Boeing 747 airliner.
MARWIN PRODUCTION MACHINES, part of the Midlandsbased Marwin Group have recently introduced the new Automax advanced manufacturing system.
TWO years ago, a new RollsRoyce engine went smoothly and very quietly into service in both Britain and America. The engine, the RollsRoyce 535C, followed its outstanding development and test programme by quickly establishing itself as the most reliable new engine to go into airline service. Now...
A FURTHER step in the development of criteria for the operation of twoengine aircraft on longer ranges has been taken earlier this year with the publication of proposals by the FAA. The advisory circular containing these varies in some respects from the draft issued in 1984 referred to in...
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