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Aerospace Testing International

March 2017

The March 2017 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

VIBRATION TESTING : NASA needed very different shaker tables for vibration testing part of the space agency’s most advanced and sensitive orbital observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope

NDT (USAF B-52H) : Non-destructive testing has a critical role to play in maintaining the USAF’s venerable fleet of B-52 bombers

ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING : Ice in fuel pipes, pitot tubes, across wing surfaces and inside engines has been the cause of many aviation accidents, with researchers still struggling to crack the fundamental processes of icing

A350-1000 FLIGHT TRIALS : Airbus flew its new A350-1000 twin-aisle twinjet for the first time in November 2016, marking the start of a flight test program that will see three prototypes logging 1,600 flight-hours as the new variant prepares for entry into service later this year

 

 


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Ben has worked all of his career as a journalist and now editor, covering almost all aspects of technology, engineering and industry. In the last 16 years he has written on subjects from nuclear submarines and autonomous cars to future design and manufacturing technologies and commercial aviation. Latterly editor of a leading engineering magazine, he brings an eye for a great story and lots of experience to the team.

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