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Four aeronautical engineers to be honored with the 2005 SAE Aerospace Chair Award

WARRENDALE, Pa., Aug. 3, 2005 -
Nemcheck has performed a noteworthy job as Aerospace Landing Gear Systems (A-5) Technical Committee Chair. He works as a technical manager at Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation in Akron, Ohio in the areas of design and manufacturing integration, and material review board engineering. Previously, he worked as an aircraft wheel and brake project engineer on the Northrop Grumman F-5E, the McDonnell Douglas DC10-10 and North American Rockwell B-1. He also served as director of advanced technology for Goodyear Aerospace Corporation and Loral. He served on FAA's ARAC TSO-C135 Working Group. Nemcheck has authored/sponsored several SAE documents including ARP5481 Recommended Wheel Tie Bolt Preload Procedure, AIR5052 Crack Initiation and Growth Considerations for Landing Gear Steel with Emphasis on AerMet 100, ARP813B Maintainability Recommendations for Aircraft Wheel and Brake Design, AIR4762 Compilation of Freezing Brake Experience and Suggested Designs and Operating Procedures Required to Prevent Its Occurrence, and ARP5146 Assessment of Aircraft Wheel Sealing Systems. He also holds a patent for an aircraft Pressure Balanced Brake Stack. Nemcheck is a member of the Sigma Tau honorary fraternity and SAE. He holds bachelor's and master's ME degrees from the University of Akron and a PE license in Ohio.