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Aerospace Engineering 2002-04-01

  • Magazine Issue
Published April 01, 2002 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • From motorsports to aerospace
    Pi Research brings its motorsports digital data-acquisition technology to the aerospace industry.
  • New testing solutions
    Aerospace Engineering editors review the latest testing products, equipment, and technologies from the idustry's suppliers.
  • The world of business jet technology
    "Aerospace Engineering" provides an overview of new business jets and the technological innovations that make them fly in the first installment of a two part series.
  • Dassault adds another Falcon
    The Falcon 7X featurs a host of new technologies, including an advanced wing design, making it Dassault's next-generation business jet.
  • Eclipse makes business jets affordable
    New manufacturing techniques and high-volume approaches are enabling Eclipse to bring an affordable aircraft to the business jet market.
  • Cessna establishes its Sovereignty
    The company finalizes development of the Sovereign and prepares it for FAA certification, which is expected late this year.
  • Embraer to create a business jet Legacy
    Modifying its ERJ 135 regional jet model, the company makes its way into the corporate aircraft market.
  • Sino Swearingen's SJ30-2
    As development nears completion, the company gears up for certification of its newest business jet.
  • Bombadier adds size and range to the business jet market
    The Continental business jet nears certification as development continues on the Global 5000.