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Dr Geoffrey Pardoe, chairman of General Technology Systems Limited the international technology and strategic management consultancy announced the following appointments to the board.
In the inservice maintenance and inspection of aircraft structures, an uneasy alliance exists between corrosion detection and NonDestructive Testing. NDT is a widely used and generally successful way of inspecting for structural defects and as the service life of aircraft is extended and...
AS an appreciable time has elapsed since the HARP report in 1984, it has been thought appropriate to consider the progress made in helicopter airworthiness since that time. A recent conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society looked at the implementation of the recommendations made and at the...
On 6 April His Excellency General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev spent part of his afternoon touring the Watford facility of a Dowty company, CASE Communications Ltd. Mr Gorbachev, accompanied by Trade Secretary Lord Young, visited the company's highly automated offices and factory where he found...
Ferranti International, one of Britain's leading defence systems and electronics companies, has ordered a British Aerospace 125800 business jet which has recently been delivered to the Company's Defence Systems facility at Edinburgh Turnhouse Airport.
THE Aerospace and Defence Systems Division of Sira Ltd, the UK applied research and technology company, has successfully completed the initial design study of a spaceborne remote sensing instrument known as MERIS the Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer for the European Space Agency. The...
JCSAT 1, Japan's first privatelyowned commercial communications satellite, launched by Ariane 4 rocket from French Guiana on 6th March, has now been manoeuvred into geosynchronous orbit over Longitude 150E, with its antenna and solar arrays fully deployed.
PUBLISHED some 3 years afterwards, the report on the accident to Boeing 737236 at Manchester Airport in August, 1985 contains 31 safety recommendations. The Civil Aviation Authority CAA has said that it wholly accepts 25 of these and partly accepts the remainder. Many issues are addressed in the...
A 50 percent improvement in machining cycle times is reported by RHP Aerospace as a result of installing a WSC6 CNC turning machine from Warner & Swasey.
By combining its transducer package expertise with an ASIC, Druck have successfully diversified into the aircraft indicator field. A robust indicator was required for the hydraulic level indication on the Tornado to further improve the long term operational reliability.
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