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THE background to the importance of Ling Dynamic Systems LDS in the testing field can be found in the 1950s with the development of amplifiers and dynamic shakers. Although LDS itself was not formed until 1970, various technologies were being exploited in vibration testing which were put to good...
SURFACE treatment specialists Abrasive Developments have marked a 30 year association with British Airways Engine Overhaul Ltd BEOL by the successful installation of a further two machines.
ENDEVCO UK has introduced a new microprocessorbased instrument for conditioning and display of signals derived from vibration transducers on rotating machines.
Analog designers working infields such as aerospace, the defense and nuclear industries, telecommunications and medical electronics have long faced a special problem when trying to source applicationspecific integrated circuits ASICs for their designs. Although digital ASICs have long been...
ABERDEENbased Bond Helicopters is set to provide high speed support to the roadbound ambulance service in the West Midlands.
MAJOR developments in the design of a range of new coordinate measuring machine CMM are announced by leading UK manufacturer LK Ltd of Castle Donington, Derbyshire. The new LK range comprises eleven models of large horizontal arm travelling column measuring machines and is designated CF90 since...
BRENT Europe Ltd has launched a range of ARDROX paint softeners that conform to its policy of developing environmentally acceptable products. These softeners are for use on both civil and military aircraft as replacements for traditional methylene chloride and phenolbased paint removers....
New British vibration technology that makes ageing aircraft safer, more comfortable and durable, has been developed by Ometron Ltd.
AS readers of Aircraft Engineering will be aware there has been a considerable amount of discussion, criticism of decisions and controversey over means to improve passenger survivability. The Civil Aviation Authority CAA has published a review of those improvements that relate specifically to...
QUALITAIR Engineering Services last year won a 1.2 million contract from Germany to provide a complete team of more than 100 skilled technicians and engineers to undertake a Dcheck on a DC8.
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