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Aerospace Engineering 2000-01-01
- Magazine Issue
Published January 01, 2000 by SAE International in United States
- Simulation solves C5 cargo door problem
Dynamic analysis software allows engineers to solve fatigue-related problems without prototypes.
- UAV development
Although unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been employed successfully by the U.S. military to date, many development and operational challenges remain for these to become viable alternatives for manned aircraft.
- Aircraft engine testing: the test tig
Engineers at Belcan's Advanced Engineering & Technology Division share their insights and experiences on the development of aircraft gas turbine test rigs and stands. This is the first installment of a three-part series on aircraft engine testing.
- Looking back at factory automation
The ability to improve quality while substantially reducing the cost of production and span times is becoming a necessity to complete in today's aerospace industry. Matt Borland, Director of Production Integration on the C-17, Airlift, and Tanker programs, talked about the value that automation presented to the C-17 assembly program.
|Technical Paper||Simulation of Riveting Process in Case of Unsupported Part Presence|
|Technical Paper||Reliability of Electronic Engine Controls|
|Technical Paper||Reliability of the Engine Electronic Controls and a Novel Approach to Improve Service Life|