In this Issue – SHOWCASE 2021

Aerospace Testing International 2021 Showcase

Showcase 2021

The Aerospace Testing International Showcase 2021 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

FLIGHT TEST ROUNDUP : Aerospace Testing International’s annual flight-test report and program update for leading commercial airliners in development

A STABILIZING FORCE : SwRI models propellants to mitigate the motion of sloshing fuel in rockets

LIGHT WEIGHTING IN AIRCRAFT : Engineers should look beyond traditional choices to meet market and legislative demands regarding fuel consumption and carbon emissions

THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL E-MOBILITY : Development and testing of charging electronics must conform to industry standards

REVEALING THE SECRETS OF DYNAMIC STALL PROCESSES : The use of high-speed cameras in particle image velocimetry is helping engineers improve understanding of dynamic stall processes

LS-18-M SERIES PROTABLE MULTI-STREAM DATA AND TELEMETRY SIMULATION AND PROCESSING ENGINE : The latest telemetry equipment provides a powerful and flexible toolset for flight test engineers

SRS TEST DEVELOPMENT : Shock testing is essential for product qualification, durability, and reliability but the current process can be time consuming and most critically, inexact

SPACE-TIME CODING: A BETTER TWO-ANTENNA SOLUTION : Experiencing unexpected signal fades and data dropouts during testing? Your problem may be antenna self-interference. If so, STC can save the day

FLIGHTS TO FILES : Open standards in hardware and software design allow engineers to leverage the best-in-breed technologies in airborne instrumentation and telemetry ground systems



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Ben has worked as a journalist and editor, covering technology, engineering and industry for the last 20 years. Initially writing about subjects from nuclear submarines to autonomous cars to future design and manufacturing technologies, he was editor of a leading UK-based engineering magazine before becoming editor of Aerospace Testing in 2017.

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