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Content tagged with Aerospace
posted in September 2000
Sneak Previews
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Metrics mapping cuts estimating time
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The goal is to save up to 400 hours per month on change orders
How 300,000 parts make a perfect fit
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The complex assembly of an aircraft requires not only the management of parts and subsystems, but also the calculation of all interrelated part tolerances
New-wave detectors
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Millimeter waves could detect more weapons-and speed security checks at airports
Dielectric film for aircraft capacitors
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
New advances in metal castings
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Growing semiconductor crystals in space
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
Fewest parts = lightest turbofan
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At a mere 85 lbs, the FJX-2 is the world
Buoyant black boxes
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It is hard enough designing flight data recorders to withstand the violence of a plane crash...now one company is teaching them how to fly!
NASA's Martian dowsers
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For now, Mars exploration still comes down to searching for signs of water
No-fault design
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Engineers use chips, software, and materials to combat aircraft fires due to arcing wires
Long time comin'
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This summer, the two concept demonstrators for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) will fly.
Supersized sprayforming
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With the launch of its new A3 production line, Sprayform Technology International has what may be the biggest sprayforming operation going.
The 10-ton video game
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Adhesive clears space station views
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To create windows for the station
NEC develops inter-satellite optical terminal
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NEC will soon release a laser-based, optical, inter-satellite communication electro-mechanism, making data transfer even faster and more effective.
Interstellar pizza
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RadioShack Corp. has high hopes for the multi-million dollar campaign they
Illuminate me!—Cockpit displays glow
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Over the past half-century, Oppenheimer Precision Products Inc. has transitioned from making simple signs into custom-designing illuminated cockpit displays, mostly for military jets and helicopters.
Heat pipes ease space flight
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
In my beautiful balloon...
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NASA has a scientific balloon program at the Wallops Flight Facility, (Wallops Island, VA). Payloads carry a variety of instrumentation to gather information on the atmosphere, the Sun, the near-Earth, and space environment and beyond.




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