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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2009-11-11

2009-11-11
Watching wires A new FAA rule will require airlines to develop maintenance and inspection tasks to identify, correct, and prevent wiring conditions that introduce risk to continued safe flight.
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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2009-08-05

2009-08-05
The edge on cutting aerospace composites With the increasing use of high-performance composites, such as carbon fiber-reinforced plastics in aerospace in recent years, machinists are continuing to devise the best way of cutting them.
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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2010-08-11

2010-08-11
Taking a deeper look at NDT Rapid adoption of composties in aircraft has accelerated the need for newer and faster nondestructive testing methodologies. We look at some of the issues.
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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2010-07-28

2010-07-28
Inside information on lightweight materials While plenty of engineering effort is being made to change materials on the outside, there is as much going on with aircraft interiors to cut weight.
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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2010-09-15

2010-09-15
Powering the future To achieve sales of more than 1000 engines a full two years ahead of the first flight of the aircraft it is being built to power gives an indication ofthe high customer expectations from the most advanced in a long line of engines from Rolls-Royce.
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Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing 2010-09-08

2010-09-08
The open rotor engine in the 21st century After consideration in the 1980s, the open rotor turbine engine for aircraft is given another chance. Will today's engineering tools make it more viable this time?
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