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HIGH efficiency is essential in aircraft structures and corrosion protection is critical. Whether the corrosion is readily apparent or of a kind that degrades the mechanical properties of a joint, for example, without much visible evidence, serious reductions in static or fatigue strength can...
OVER the last few years, corrosion monitoring has gained a much higher profile in a wide variety of industries, including among others the aerospace and petrochemical sectors.
THE best corrosionfighting water displacing compound available, proven over years of tests by aircraft makers, airlines and the United States Army, is now on offer in Britain from Corrosion Maintenance EC Ltd of Redhill Surrey.
MORE than thirty years ago, Union Carbide invented a device based on detonating gas mixtures of oxygen and acetylene for making coatings from fine powders. The most successful of these was a family of tungsten carbidecobalt materials which rapidly became established as the industry standard for...
IT is impossible to obtain accurate information on the cost of aircraft corrosion to the civil airline operators and the armed services. The true cost should include aircraft washing and cleaning, the cost of inspection, the application of supplementary protectives and maintenance of the...
No matter how carefully components are machined and assembled, inaccurate fitting is a problem all manufacturers face. Putting the problem in AttewellMycroshim's hands takes the stress from designers and engineers.
IN light of recent studies by CAA and FAA more and more emphasis is being placed on the need to protect critical electronic systems from Electro Magnetic Interference, leaving manufacturers with all the problems of
Du Pont Imaging Systems announce the introduction of Portascan, a new portable scanning system that permits accurate 100 per cent nondestructive testing on large areas of metals or composites with complete grid referencing and hard proof of viability of test.
EmbraerEmpresa Brasileira de Aeronutica S.A. recently run for the first time the two 1,300 SHP Garrett TPF35120 engines installed on the first CBA123 prototype.
Westland Technologies company, NormalairGarrett NGL has appointed Dr Michael Tutcher, executive director Customer Support.
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