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Synonyms for aeromechanics

the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of gases (especially air) and their effects on bodies in the flow


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AEROMECHANICAL Services (AMS) has carried out pre-deployment testing of a communication technology that can stream data from aircraft to ground anywhere, anytime, in real time.
AeroMechanical Services, Ltd, Calgary, has completed testing of an upgrade to its Automated Flight Information Reporting System (afirs(TM)) that allows continuous streaming of GPS position and aircraft parameter data from aircraft to ground in addition to the currently deployed event-driven reporting of position and selected aircraft data.
A technical article titled, "Selecting and maintaining an aeromechanical conveyor," by David Hesketh explains how an AMC works, how to select one for an application and how to maintain it.
Meggitt and AeroMechanical Services reached agreement involving joint marketing of Meggitt's condition monitoring system with AMS's Automated Flight Information Reporting System that will permit real-time transmission of aircraft flight and engine data to "airline and helicopter companies' financial, operational and maintenance decision-makers and aircraft and engine owners with inclusive lease contracts." Jul 17, 2006
Test flights resumed in May 2002, and a year later, program officials declared they had solved the Ospreys aeromechanical and engineering problems.
* speech (i.e., articulation, fluency, resonance, and voice including aeromechanical components of respiration);
Aerocon introduces updated versions of its aeromechanical conveyor systems.
Two kinds of involute splines are widely used in aeromechanical transmission systems including aero-reducer and aerospace engine turbine pump [1-4], and they are fixed spline and floating spline.
The engine performed well and completed multiple aeromechanical test points at various altitudes during the five hour, 30 minute first flight.
AeroMechanical Services Ltd (TSX Venture: AMA), a Canada-based company that provides proprietary technological solutions and services for the aviation industry, has entered into a contract with a Canadian airline to install an Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS) 220 onboard 19 aircraft.
AeroMechanical Services Ltd (TSX VENTURE:AMA) on Monday announced that it has signed a contract with a carrier which will become its largest Canadian customer.
However, unlike vacuum or pneumatic systems, the aeromechanical conveyor has a very important advantage in that it does not need a cyclone or filter to separate the product from the air.