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AMONG the recent developments that have occurred among US companies is the agreement between Honeywell, a leader in integrated avionics systems, and Apple Computer. A electronic library system ELS will be manufactured by Honeywell that will incorporate a ruggedized avionics entry introduced...
ADVANCES in computeraided design and engineering could increase productivity 10fold in the next three years as a result of new developments such as realistic application of virtual reality techniques that allow designers to more easily create and review their most sophisticated projects by...
AN International Rotary Wing safety and life support symposium and exhibition was held recently in London which dealt with topics of vital interest to civil and military operators. These included the psychology of stress, flight deck automation, the physical limitations of the human body,...
TNC306, with which the user can program the machine to orbit an infinite range of hole diameters.
AS one of three divisions within the privatelyowned Marshall Group of companies based in Cambridge, Marshall Aerospace specialises in aircraft manufacture, assembly, modification, conversion and maintenance. Its major customers have included British Aerospace, Rolls Royce, McDonnell Douglas,...
WHEN you ask John Courtney, the hangar maintenance superintendent at Monarch Aircraft Engineering at Luton Airport, why he has a Boss SX50 fivetonne capacity lift truck, he doesn't at first explain how accurately and safely it presents a pallet to within inches of the most expensive aeroplanes...
IN the first few frightening moments of an aircraft on fire on the runway, there is only one thing that matters rapid knockdown and extinguishment of the fire to save lives.
THE aerospace industry does use standard bearings, but there are also many circumstances where space restrictions, load carrying requirements or mass limitations dictate that the only practical solution is to develop a special bearing.
PLCbased motor control systems for 747 aircraft maintenance jacking platforms have been designed by Saftronics Ltd of Leeds for GEC ALSTHOM Engineering Systems Limited. They form part of a project Dragonfly for British Airways and are installed at Cardiff.
A new, twostage combustor designed to significantly reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen NOx initiated engine testing at Pratt & Whitney's main facility to evaluate its operational characteristics before adaptation to P&W commercial jet engines.
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