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This paper presents a discussion on the benefits of utilizing variable pay as a component of employee compensation. Several types of variable pay or variable compensation plans are reviewed. Plans that seem well suited to highly educated, professional employees are examined in detail. Case...
This paper summarises the work done in the development of a flight simulation software package called AEROSIM by Rapid Data Ltd. The objective of this work is to use simulation and analysis facilities to reduce the development time and costs involved in aerospace vehicle modelling by providing a...
BFGoodrich Aerospace Aircraft Sensors Division engineers achieved their best ever level of aerodynamic performance on a temperature sensor with a debris guard by using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to optimize the design prior to prototyping. Meeting the conflicting needs of protecting the...
Discusses future trends in avionics architecture and software techniques. Considers the objectives needed for an integrated avionics architecture which is required for the next generation of high‐capacity aircraft with the A3XX in mind.
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation saved four months on the S‐92 Helibus helicopter project by simulating composite material performance on the computer prior to fabricating tooling. Despite the communications and logistical challenges of working with international manufacturing partners on the...
Reviews the technological advances made in non‐contact measurement. Discusses one company’s use of non‐contact video based co‐ordinate measuring machines (Quick Vision and Quick Scope). Considers advantages and drawbacks along with some solutions.
The fundamental intention of integrated modular avionics (IMA) is to reduce the development, procurement and support costs of future aircraft, and improve the technical and operational interoperability between aircraft and aircraft subsystems. There are three main goals driving IMA: reduced life...
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