Unpowered aircraft – WVHGC http://wvhgc.org/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:03:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://wvhgc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-10-120x120.png Unpowered aircraft – WVHGC http://wvhgc.org/ 32 32 Archer reveals production design of eVTOL aircraft https://wvhgc.org/archer-reveals-production-design-of-evtol-aircraft/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 13:06:04 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/archer-reveals-production-design-of-evtol-aircraft/ Archer Aviation unveiled the design of its production aircraft named Midnight at an open house in California, United States, last week. Midnight is an evolution of Archer’s eVTOL aircraft demonstrator, which can be seen in the video above before Midnight’s reveal. Maker made its first flight last December. The company said the flight test program […]]]>

Archer Aviation unveiled the design of its production aircraft named Midnight at an open house in California, United States, last week.

Midnight is an evolution of Archer’s eVTOL aircraft demonstrator, which can be seen in the video above before Midnight’s reveal. Maker made its first flight last December.

The company said the flight test program is “on schedule” and plans to complete a full transition flight in the coming weeks.

The five-seat Midnight eVTOL aircraft uses a proprietary twelve-pitch-six propeller configuration and was developed for short-haul trips of approximately 20 miles (32 km) with a charging time of approximately 10 minutes between both.

Archer plans to certify Midnight with the FAA in “late 2024” and then operate it within an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) network it plans to launch in 2025.

Adam Goldstein, Founder and CEO of Archer, said, “From day one, Archer’s strategy has always been to find the most efficient path to bring eVTOL aircraft to market.

“We believe that our strategy and our team’s ability to execute it has allowed us to establish our leading position in the market and that is why we are confident that we will be the first company to certify an eVTOL aircraft in the United States. United with the FAA.”

Archer completed Midnight’s preliminary design review in August and began work for type certification.

The transition from vertical to horizontal flight is a key step in the development program of any eVTOL aircraft as it demonstrates a number of key systems, such as power and flight control and validates the flight physics of the design.

The company said Maker’s flight test program generated invaluable data that was used in Midnight’s development and certification.

Picture: Archer Aviation

Archer Midnight eVTOL rear

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Archer Midnight eVTOL indoor

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“We are continuing our commercialization efforts, with the vast majority of our resources dedicated to completing the development and certification of Midnight, building our manufacturing and supply chain capabilities, and strengthening our rollout plans. market,” said Mark Mesler, chief financial officer of Archer. .

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Single-aisle turboelectric aircraft with rear boundary layer propulsion (STARC-ABL) • 100 KNOTS https://wvhgc.org/single-aisle-turboelectric-aircraft-with-rear-boundary-layer-propulsion-starc-abl-100-knots/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 13:11:06 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/single-aisle-turboelectric-aircraft-with-rear-boundary-layer-propulsion-starc-abl-100-knots/ NASA is studying advanced EAP (Electrified Aircraft Propulsion) technology to dramatically reduce fuel burn and pollution levels for single-aisle commercial aircraft carrying approximately 150 passengers in this new era of electric flight. In order to improve vehicle performance through innovative aerodynamic designs and technologies, the Single-aisle turboelectric aircraft with Rear boundary layer propulsion (STARC-ABL) idea […]]]>

NASA is studying advanced EAP (Electrified Aircraft Propulsion) technology to dramatically reduce fuel burn and pollution levels for single-aisle commercial aircraft carrying approximately 150 passengers in this new era of electric flight. In order to improve vehicle performance through innovative aerodynamic designs and technologies, the Single-aisle turboelectric aircraft with Rear boundary layer propulsion (STARC-ABL) idea was created.

To maximize aerodynamic benefits in flight, STARC-ABL uses an innovative electric tail thruster powered by twin underwing turbofans while maintaining a traditional turbine and airframe design.

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This aircraft idea could potentially reduce fuel consumption by 7-12% while operating with the same range, speed and airport infrastructure as existing regional jets. It would also highlight the fundamental benefits of partially turboelectric propulsion systems for next-generation aircraft.

Optimized performance and aerodynamic efficiency

A crucial first step in reducing drag, which slows a vehicle and increases fuel consumption, is controlling the airflow around it. Innovative Boundary Layer Ingestion (BLI) technology, which is a feature of STARC-ABL, helps control the boundary layer – a region of slower-moving air – near the aircraft’s surface.

NASA’s NEAT (Electric Aircraft Testbed) facility where STARC-ABL will be tested is shown in an artist view | Nasa

A BLI fan mounted on the vehicle’s tail, which is integrated with the aircraft’s propulsion system, helps ingest the slower and often more turbulent layer of air. Then, to create thrust, this air is re-accelerated from the boundary layer to the aircraft’s surface.

STARC-ABL relies on propulsion-airframe integration, or the efficient integration of the propulsion system with the airflow surrounding the airframe, to achieve maximum performance (PAI). The aircraft’s turbofans are equipped with generators that produce electricity and power the rear engine.

The STARC, ABL design which features two wing-mounted turbofans and a rear engine is visualized | Nasa

Smaller wing-mounted engines can be used with the innovative addition of an aft engine which provides additional thrust, helping to reduce drag and fuel burn while reducing overall aircraft weight. Turbofans can produce megawatts of electricity in addition to thrust, which can be used to power aircraft electrical systems, including cabin conditioning and on-board instruments.

The High Efficiency Megawatt Motor (HEMM) is the generator used by STARC-ABL, which requires an advanced 2-3 MW power system. The HEMM, a 1.4 MW electric machine, reduces drag and fuel consumption for STARC-AB and offers three times less heat and weight loss than contemporary aircraft engines and generators.

Image of artist-created high-efficiency megawatt motor (HEMM) | Nasa

During the development of the concept aircraft, STARC-ABL will undergo extensive testing at the Electric Aircraft Test Bed (NEAT) at NASA’s Glenn Research Center.

Future airliners will be able to successfully transition from conventional jet engines to a more sustainable future for aviation thanks to the technology revealed by this proposal.

STARC-ABL, which is expected to join the commercial fleet around 2035, will play a crucial role in demonstrating the capabilities of turboelectric systems and parts for more environmentally friendly air transport.

SOURCE: grc.nasa.gov

COVER: NASA

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Are US military planes really as down as a watchdog says? https://wvhgc.org/are-us-military-planes-really-as-down-as-a-watchdog-says/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 19:44:09 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/are-us-military-planes-really-as-down-as-a-watchdog-says/ A new congressional report paints a dire picture of the state of US military aviation, revealing that the services have been unable to meet their mission readiness goals for most fighters, transports, bombers, helicopters and other aircraft over the past 10 years. But some experts say the “mission-capable” statistic on which the report is based […]]]>

A new congressional report paints a dire picture of the state of US military aviation, revealing that the services have been unable to meet their mission readiness goals for most fighters, transports, bombers, helicopters and other aircraft over the past 10 years. But some experts say the “mission-capable” statistic on which the report is based is not an adequate tool for measuring whether US military aircraft can respond to a crisis.

Released on Thursday, the Government Accountability Office report found that only four of the Army’s 49 aircraft types met their annual mission readiness goals in the majority of years from fiscal year 2011 to fiscal year 2021. Worse still, 26 aircraft types (more than half the total) failed to meet their annual mission capability target in a fiscal year. Many military aircraft are designed to perform more than one mission, so the GAO has defined “mission capable” as “the percentage of total time the aircraft can fly and perform at least one mission”.

This means that over the past 10 years, according to the GAO, most fixed and rotary wing aircraft in the military have not been able to perform any of its missions as often as the services intended, despite the fact that the The U.S. government spent about $54 billion in fiscal year 2020 alone on operating and support costs for the 49 devices reviewed in the GAO report.

“Operating and Support (O&S) costs historically represent approximately 70% of the total life cycle cost of an aircraft…and include the costs of spare parts, depot and field maintenance, contractual services , technical support and staff, among other things,” GAO wrote. “Weapon systems are expensive to maintain in part because they often incorporate a complex array of technical subsystems and components and require expensive spare parts and logistical support to achieve required readiness levels.”

Airmen from the 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron practice loading the bomb bay of a B-52H Stratofortress for the Global Strike Challenge Sept. 2, 2021 at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. (Senior Airman Michael Richmond/US Air Force)

Why are so many planes not fit for the mission, despite the money invested in keeping them in good condition? Service officials who spoke with the GAO blamed three issues: aging aircraft; maintenance issues; and the lack of adequate infrastructure for the supply of spare parts. To understand how to address these issues, the Air Force and Navy aim to complete sustainment system reviews of their major weapon systems by 2026, the GAO wrote.

But in the meantime, chronic issues like the planes being older than dirt, not having enough spare parts, and being stretched over a wide range of national security priorities don’t don’t seem to be going away anytime soon.

“Many aircraft we reviewed face one or more sustainment challenges related to aircraft age, maintenance constraints, and supply support,” the GAO wrote. “According to program officials, these challenges are having an effect on mission capability rates and the costs required to maintain these aircraft.”

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The report is the latest grim news on military aircraft readiness rates. The GAO has written extensively about the issue since at least November 2020, when it found that mission capability rates fell far short of what the services hoped they would be from fiscal year 2011 through fiscal year 2019.

Not much has changed since the 2020 report, and challenges regarding aircraft age, maintenance issues and parts supply issues remain in place. But while Army officials share the GAO’s concern for these issues, some have criticized the use of mission capability ratings as a meaningful statistic to analyze how prepared military aircraft are to respond to a crisis.

Are US military planes really as down as a government watchdog says?
Sailors prepare to launch an F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to the ‘Mighty Shrikes’ of Strike Fighter Attack Squadron (VFA) 94 from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). (Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Spencer Roberts/US Navy)

For example, Gen. David Goldfein, then Air Force Chief of Staff, said in 2019 that the readiness of a fighter fleet is more than just how many fighters can fly. some day.

“The fastest way for me as a leader and for us as the Air Force to increase the [mission capable] the rate is to stop flying,” Goldfein told Air & Space Forces Magazine. “If I take this plane to maintenance, buy the parts from them, they’ll get this high MC rate. But I won’t have people trained, I won’t have people in the air, so my overall performance will go down.

Instead, the general proposed that leaders consider how quickly Air Force personnel and aircraft can deploy to meet the demands of a combatant commander.

“How many force elements do we have – fighters, bombers, tankers – in the entire Air Force, and how do we fare relative to the time all of those forces need to be ready,” said he declared.

For example, the GAO report found that the Air Force’s B-1 bomber and F-22 fighter are among the least mission-capable aircraft in the military’s arsenal, yet these aircraft are routinely sent on deployment. instant in places like Diego Garcia, Guam. and Japan as a deterrent to potential adversaries in the Indo-Pacific region. How are such deployments possible despite the disastrous findings of the GAO?

An expert who pushed back against the GAO report said it failed to capture the nuance needed to generate insightful analysis in the complicated world of military aviation.

“When you’re dealing with aircraft measurements, you only see the line above the water of the iceberg,” said Mike Benitez, a retired Air Force officer and founder of The Merge, a defense newsletter. “There’s so much more that tells a fuller story…without a full understanding of it, you can’t really draw the right conclusions.”

Part of the problem is a lack of clarity in what counts as a mission. For example, in its most recent report, the GAO refers to the F-22 as having two primary air-to-air missions (offensive and defensive counter-air) and a secondary air-to-ground mission. The jet “would be considered mission fit if it could complete only one of those missions,” the agency wrote.

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U.S. Air Force Maj. Josh ‘Cabo’ Gunderson, F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team Commander, performs the ‘Power Loop’ maneuver during a performance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, 10 July 2020. (Lt. Sam Eckholm/US Aviation)

It sounds clear, but air-to-air and air-to-ground missions can take many forms. For example, the GAO noted that the most troublesome aspect of maintaining the F-22 is its weak observable technology, which keeps the jet hidden from radar. However, even if its low observable profile were compromised, the F-22 could technically continue to operate as a non-stealth air-to-air fighter, just like its predecessor, the F-15. Similar questions apply to non-stealth fighters.

“If you have a fighter plane, and you have radar, and the radar goes down, it’s very binary: you won’t get on the plane and you won’t go flying if it doesn’t have radar, because there’s no mission he can do,” Benitez explained. “But if you have an electronic warfare system that’s broken, then maybe you can do 80% of your other missions and still get pretty good training, then you’re going to fly it.”

It’s like owning a used car, he added. If the water pump goes out, the car cannot be driven. But if the passenger side power window can’t go down, the car can still drive. Military aircraft fly with problems like this all the time, so the distinction between “non-mission capable” and “unflyable” is one that can be lost in the term “mission-capable,” Benitez said.

“If you look at the flight schedule, the mission capability rate for some of these planes is around 60%, but 100% of the flight schedule is filled. How is that possible?” he added. “The plane isn’t going to sit there waiting for parts if it’s a safe, flyable plane that can do something.”

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Senior Airman Cody Campbell, 74th Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, swings the rope over a chalk tire while waiting for an A-10C Thunderbolt II to return from the end of the runway during Green Flag-West 17-03, Jan. 23, 2017, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada (Staff Sergeant Ryan Callaghan/US Air Force)

The underlying causes that the GAO lists are a problem that service officials have recognized for years. These include delays in acquiring replacement aircraft; unscheduled repairs and spare parts; delays in maintenance of depots; a shortage of trained cleaners; parts shortages and fewer manufacturers to make more parts. Diana Maurer, director of defense capabilities and management at the GAO, said the military is dragging its feet in keeping Congress informed of its efforts to review how the services maintain their major weapons systems. Not only was it going to take years for the Air Force and Navy to complete these reviews, but the branches were also unable to tell Congress what they were going to do to resolve the issues found. in exams.

“[W]We think it’s important that the Air Force and Navy complete these congressionally mandated sustainment reviews with a greater sense of urgency,” Maurer told a GAO podcast in June. “It’s not enough to report problems to Congress. It is also important to find solutions and report to Congress.

Hopefully this will contribute to what taxpayers want: less money to pay for planes capable of more missions. Many more missions.

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Cebu Pacific takes delivery of the 4th Airbus A330neo https://wvhgc.org/cebu-pacific-takes-delivery-of-the-4th-airbus-a330neo/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 13:55:35 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/cebu-pacific-takes-delivery-of-the-4th-airbus-a330neo/ LONDON – Earlier this week, Cebu Pacific announced the delivery of its fourth Airbus A330neo aircraft, which was welcomed in Manila, Philippines. According to the airline, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was used on the delivery flight from Toulouse, France, which is becoming more common with Airbus deliveries. Push for sustainability… Cebu Pacific said the following […]]]>

LONDON – Earlier this week, Cebu Pacific announced the delivery of its fourth Airbus A330neo aircraft, which was welcomed in Manila, Philippines.

According to the airline, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was used on the delivery flight from Toulouse, France, which is becoming more common with Airbus deliveries.

Push for sustainability…


Cebu Pacific said the following about its sustainability commitments:

“CEB’s sustainability goal is in line with global aviation’s commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The airline has made various investments that enable it to become fuel efficient in its operations in order to maintain affordable fares for passengers.”

“The three main pillars of the airline in its sustainable journey are the modernization of the fleet which aims, among other things, to have a fully NEO fleet by 2028; resource optimization, which includes the promotion of best practices in energy efficiency; and using SAF by launching green routes by 2025 and using SAF for its entire network by 2030.”

Alex Reyes, Chief Strategy Officer of Cebu Pacific, added to this:

“We are pleased to take delivery of another aircraft powered by sustainable aviation fuel. We remain committed to our sustainability journey and will continue to push these eco-friendly initiatives to become the greenest airline from Asia”.

The delivery flight…


Data from RadarBox.com

RadarBox.com data shows that the RP-C3903 was the A330neo in question that was delivered to the Philippine carrier.

It left Toulouse on November 5, 2022 at 2:16 p.m. local time, before arriving in Manila on Sunday November 6, 2022 at 11:04 a.m. local time.

The 13 hour and 47 minute flight covered a total of 6,006 nautical miles, showing the A330neo’s range even when empty.

There has been a quick turnaround in the aircraft’s readiness for commercial service, as it has already completed its first rotation this week as well.

Cebu Pacific needs the plane


It is clear that Cebu Pacific needs as many planes as possible, especially with the expansion of its flights to Malaysia and other international regions.

In September, the carrier resumed flights to Kota Kinabalu, bringing the number of its international destinations to 19.

Besides Kota Kinabalu, Cebu Pacific also flies to the following international destinations:

Bali, Bangkok, Brunei, Dubai, Japan (Fukuoka, Narita, Nagoya, Osaka), Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi).

The Philippine carrier is currently operating at 88% of its system-wide pre-pandemic capacity. The airline serves a total of 34 domestic destinations and 19 international destinations.

It continues to implement a layered approach to safety while operating with a fully immunized crew, 95% of which have been reinforced – all to ensure that every Juan flies safely and conveniently on Cebu Pacific.

The airline recently welcomed the start of the festive “Ber season” with a range of special low-cost domestic and international flights.

For the region, the “Ber months”, that is to say from September to December, have a particular cultural value because they mark the period of celebrations and festivities.

People will generally want to travel for a vacation or visit family and loved ones throughout the Ber season. The resumption of return services to Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia fits well with the surge in demand as we enter the Ber season, with its increased travel demand.

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An SRBM suitable for air launch appeared on a Xian H-6K aircraft https://wvhgc.org/an-srbm-suitable-for-air-launch-appeared-on-a-xian-h-6k-aircraft/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 09:16:51 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/an-srbm-suitable-for-air-launch-appeared-on-a-xian-h-6k-aircraft/ BEIJING ($1 = 7.25 Chinese yuan) — Early next week, from November 8 to 13, the China 2022 air show will kick off in China. The event will be hosted by Zhuhai City. Preparations are already in full swing and the first curious shots have started to arrive. Photo credit: Twitter An interesting missile was […]]]>

BEIJING ($1 = 7.25 Chinese yuan) — Early next week, from November 8 to 13, the China 2022 air show will kick off in China. The event will be hosted by Zhuhai City. Preparations are already in full swing and the first curious shots have started to arrive.

Photo credit: Twitter

An interesting missile was spotted under the wing of a Chinese aircraft – the Xian H-6K bomber. Military experts, media and analysts say this is the first official appearance of this version of the missile. The missile belongs to the family of B-611 solid-fueled short-range ballistic missiles – the CM-401.

The CM-401 is a short-range hypersonic ballistic missile [SRBM]. It is the air-launched variant of the Chinese ballistic missiles of this class. Some experts compare the CM-401 to the Russian Kh-47M2 Kinzhal missile system.

Initially, we used to see the Chinese CH-AS-X-13 anti-ship ballistic missiles under the wings of this type of bomber. The appearance of the CM-401 and its upcoming presentation at the airshow suggest that Beijing is able to vary its choice of strike weapon. The Xian H-6K is an aircraft capable of carrying nuclear and hypersonic weapons.

Mounting the CM-401 under the wing of the aircraft makes sense. Currently, it is more cost-effective and financially viable to develop air-launched options than more expensive ground-based systems. The appearance of this hypersonic missile on an airborne platform is consistent with the rapid expansion/production model that the PLA has adopted to equip its combat force, including strategic level systems.

China is working on an anti-ship missile that dives underwater
Photo credit: SCMP

China continues to work on improving the performance of its current and future ballistic missiles. For example, as we reported on September 18, China is working on a supersonic anti-ship missile capable of diving underwater.

The South China Morning Post, citing scientists involved in the project, reports that a five-meter rocket will be able to fly at a speed of 2.5 times the speed of sound to a height of about 10 kilometers before plunging beneath the water. Under water, the rocket will be able to travel a distance of 20 kilometers.

As the newspaper notes, as soon as the missile comes within 10 kilometers of the target, it goes into torpedo mode, moving underwater at a speed of up to 100 meters per second, forming a giant air bubble around it, greatly reducing drag. In addition, the missile can change course or dive sharply to a depth of 100 meters, if necessary, to avoid underwater defense systems without losing speed.

The main difficulty faced by scientists is the creation of a power plant capable of providing the necessary thrust both in the air and under water. According to scientists, this problem can be solved with the help of boron, which actively reacts in both environments, releasing a huge amount of heat.

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Vertical Take-off and Landing Military Aircraft Market to Reach US$61.2 Billion by 2027 | (CAGR) of 8.12% https://wvhgc.org/vertical-take-off-and-landing-military-aircraft-market-to-reach-us61-2-billion-by-2027-cagr-of-8-12/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/vertical-take-off-and-landing-military-aircraft-market-to-reach-us61-2-billion-by-2027-cagr-of-8-12/ Vertical take-off and landing military aircraft market SHERIDAN, WY, USA, Nov. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Military Vertical Take-off and Landing Aircraft Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth , Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, the global vertical take-off and landing military aircraft market size reached US$ 37.8 billion in […]]]>

Vertical take-off and landing military aircraft market

SHERIDAN, WY, USA, Nov. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Military Vertical Take-off and Landing Aircraft Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth , Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, the global vertical take-off and landing military aircraft market size reached US$ 37.8 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$61.2 billion by 2027, showing a growth rate (CAGR) of 8.12% over the period 2022-2027. Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) military aircraft can take off and land vertically. It encompasses a wide range of aircraft types, such as tiltrotors, cyclogyros/cyclocopters, fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters and other powered-rotor aircraft. Some vertical takeoff aircraft can also fly in other modes, such as short takeoff and vertical landing, STOL short takeoff and landing, and conventional takeoff and landing. It includes fixed-wing aircraft capable of taking off and landing vertically as well as helicopters or other aircraft equipped with powered rotors. VTOL is very useful in rescue operations in the army and transporting troops safely from base location to battle fronts.

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The global market is mainly driven by the growing demand for electric vertical take-off and landing technologies in the military sector. In this regard, the rising popularity of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) military aircraft due to their efficient and lightweight turbofan engines is contributing significantly to the growth of the market. Moreover, the rapid advancements in technology are creating a positive outlook for the market. Apart from this, the growing demand for powered-lift VTOL aircraft in military operations as they can take the vertical position with the help of helicopter-like operations and rotors during hovering, landing and take-off, positively influences the growth of the market. The significant growth of all-electric vertical lift aircraft is catalyzing the expansion of the market. The efficiency of electric systems compared to combustion systems and the growing demand for fuel-efficient and environment-friendly aircraft are some of the key factors driving the demand for the vertical take-off and landing military aircraft market.

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Moreover, the large investments by the governments of various countries in development projects of VTOL aircraft for defense purposes provide many growth opportunities for the market. Rising international border disputes and growing demand for vertical take-off and landing military aircraft for surveillance and tracking of terrorist activities in remote areas is bolstering the global market. Additionally, the growing demand for aircraft in locations prone to natural disasters is boosting the market. Moreover, several market players are investing heavily in the development of complex technologies such as situational awareness systems, collision detection and avoidance systems, and others for the design of electric take-off military aircraft. and vertical landing, thus giving impetus to the market.

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• BAE Systems Plc
• Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
• Lockheed Martin Corporation
• Neva Aerospace Ltd.
• Northrop Grumman Corporation
• Saab AB
• Textron Inc.
• The Boeing Company

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• Rotorcraft
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• Combat operations
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Pact to set up Tata-Airbus plane project in Gujarat signed during MVA rule: Maharashtra minister Samant https://wvhgc.org/pact-to-set-up-tata-airbus-plane-project-in-gujarat-signed-during-mva-rule-maharashtra-minister-samant/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 10:15:43 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/pact-to-set-up-tata-airbus-plane-project-in-gujarat-signed-during-mva-rule-maharashtra-minister-samant/ Maharashtra Minister Uday Samant on Friday claimed that the agreement to set up the Tata-Airbus C-295 transport aircraft project in Gujarat was signed by the Center in September last year when the government Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) was in power in the state. . The state’s industry minister also criticized the opposition for creating “confusion” […]]]>

Maharashtra Minister Uday Samant on Friday claimed that the agreement to set up the Tata-Airbus C-295 transport aircraft project in Gujarat was signed by the Center in September last year when the government Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) was in power in the state. .

The state’s industry minister also criticized the opposition for creating “confusion” over the project.

Samant said that the Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of the Aviation Unit in Gujarat was signed by the Center in September 2021.

Read also | Airbus C295 for Indian Air Force will be manufactured in Vadodara

“Whether it’s the Vedanta-Foxconn project or the Tata-Airbus project, the decision on where to set up these projects was made before this government (led by Eknath Shinde) came to power in the state. end of June this year. The opposition does nothing but criticize and confuse people,” Samant said.

“The central government had signed a memorandum of understanding in September 2021 and the company had decided to take the project to Gujarat,” he added.

The Ministry of Defense said on Thursday that a consortium made up of Airbus and the Tata Group will manufacture C-295 transport planes for the Indian Air Force (IAF) at Vadodara in Gujarat. Under this project worth Rs 22,000 crore, a military aircraft will be produced in India for the first time by a private company.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the European defense major and Indian conglomerate’s manufacturing plant on Sunday, in what is being touted as a major boost to the domestic aerospace sector.

Following the announcement, the Shiv Sena faction led by Uddhav Thackeray and the Congress criticized the Shinde-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the state, questioning how the project escaped Maharashtra’s hands. Samant said he said in an earlier interview that the state government would try to get the project into the state.

“But I couldn’t find any letters (from the MVA government) regarding the project after the MoU was signed,” he said.

Samant said that after the transfer of the multi-billion dollar Vedanta-Foxconn project to Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi secured a bigger project to the state.

“We are confident that a larger project will be presented to the state in five to six months,” he said.

Last month, a blame game erupted following news that a joint-venture semiconductor project by Indian conglomerate Vedanta and Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, proposed earlier near the city of Pune , would be launched in Gujarat.

The Uddhav Thackeray-led faction of the Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress, all constituents of the MVA, sought to corner the Shinde-BJP government over the Rs 1.54 lakh crore plant going in the neighboring state.

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Gulfstream expands its commercial jet factory https://wvhgc.org/gulfstream-expands-its-commercial-jet-factory/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 21:54:38 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/gulfstream-expands-its-commercial-jet-factory/ Business jet maker Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is expanding its aircraft and wing manufacturing operations to Savannah, Georgia, it said, citing growing customer demand for the Gulfstream G400. Two projects totaling 262,000 sq.ft. of workspace will add dedicated production and wing lines for the G400, as well as more material delivery and distribution areas. This expansion […]]]>

Business jet maker Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is expanding its aircraft and wing manufacturing operations to Savannah, Georgia, it said, citing growing customer demand for the Gulfstream G400. Two projects totaling 262,000 sq.ft. of workspace will add dedicated production and wing lines for the G400, as well as more material delivery and distribution areas.

This expansion follows the ongoing development of Gulfstream’s wing production operation adjacent to the G400, G500 and G600 manufacturing building.

The Gulfstream headquarters plant in Savannah also assembles the Gulfstream G700, the new Gulfstream G800 and the Gulfstream G650ER, as well as the wings and empennages for these aircraft.

The G400 is a large-cabin, twin-engine business jet with a range of 4,200 nm/7,778 km at Mach 0.85 and 3,950 nm/7,315 km at Mach 0.88. It is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW812GA engines and can accommodate up to 12 passengers.

“This planned expansion is part of our long-term strategic plan and our investment strategy that we have considered to accommodate our family of next-generation aircraft,” said Gulfstream President Mark Burns, President. “We intentionally designed these aircraft and installations with a range of commonalities to increase operational efficiency and flexibility. This strategy, combined with the investments we have made in advanced precision manufacturing, enables Gulfstream to achieve industry-leading quality and consistency. »

Gulfstream also announced plans to establish a new component repair and overhaul operation in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.

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Tried AirCraft’s ‘powerful’ cordless floor cleaner that ‘locks in’ dirt – results https://wvhgc.org/tried-aircrafts-powerful-cordless-floor-cleaner-that-locks-in-dirt-results/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 03:00:00 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/tried-aircrafts-powerful-cordless-floor-cleaner-that-locks-in-dirt-results/ Floors can get dirty very quickly, and although vacuuming is something I do every day, getting the mop out is a rare occasion because it’s complicated. However, vacuuming does not disinfect or remove marks from the floor, which I need due to pet ownership. I tested AirCraft’s PowerGlide cordless floor cleaner to see if the […]]]>

Floors can get dirty very quickly, and although vacuuming is something I do every day, getting the mop out is a rare occasion because it’s complicated. However, vacuuming does not disinfect or remove marks from the floor, which I need due to pet ownership. I tested AirCraft’s PowerGlide cordless floor cleaner to see if the job could be made easier.

The description on the website reads: “Powerful, high-absorbency microfiber cleaning heads mean you no longer have to spend time cleaning.

“PowerGlide’s powerful cleaning heads spin at 250 RPM and its microfiber pads first absorb then trap dirt and grime as they glide.

“Producing brilliant results with PowerGlide is quick and easy, it cleans up to 20m² per minute and right to the edges with no cord to hold you back.”

It did just that, got dirt and grime off my hardwood floor in minutes, and it was definitely easier than reaching for my mop.

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AirCraft, the company behind the PowerGlide, says, “PowerGlide doesn’t just clean your floors to perfection, it also polishes them to a perfect shine.

“Our 21cm microfiber cleaning and polishing pads ensure that dirt is absorbed and locked into their fibers so you can polish as well as you can.”

The company says the cleaning heads are powerful enough to pick up dirt and grime as they glide, and gentle enough to care for wood, tile, vinyl, laminate and natural stone floors as well as marble and veneer. granite.

I also found cleaning my floors with this tool to be easy as it was cordless, something I have only ever seen or tried in vacuum cleaners.

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AirCraft added, “A removable high-performance lithium-ion battery provides 30-40 minutes of high-performance cleaning from a single charge and quickly recharges in just two hours.

“Simply unclip the battery from PowerGlide to charge it and plug in where it’s most convenient.”

Due to the size of the product, I was afraid I would have trouble finding a place to store it between uses. However, the device is totally upright, which means it can be stored absolutely anywhere, and I kept it behind the front door.

The design is sleek and the front light made it easier to work with, although I was horrified to see small spots on the floor that I had missed with my mop.

The company sells the cordless floor cleaner in white, gray and jet black, giving customers the option to purchase additional pads if they need them.

It sells online at various prices, but on the company’s website at the time of writing it’s currently discounted from £249.95 to £199.95.

I think if you’re looking for a fancy floor cleaner, the PowerGlide would be the way to go, especially if you have a large area of ​​hard floor.

I don’t know if I would personally pay close to £200 for the floor cleaner, but it definitely made the chore more enjoyable and made me reach for it more often than I usually would to clean the floors.

It is also more eco-friendly than a mop alternative, which I used before.

On Trustpilot, customers loved the PowerGlide with 90% of buyers giving it five stars and just 1% giving it two stars.

Reviewers said the product was “time-saving” as well as “great value for money.” Other reviewers said the customer service team was excellent and delivery was efficient.

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Technology, Future Trends and Opportunities 2028 – Sioux City Catholic Globe https://wvhgc.org/technology-future-trends-and-opportunities-2028-sioux-city-catholic-globe/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 03:15:48 +0000 https://wvhgc.org/technology-future-trends-and-opportunities-2028-sioux-city-catholic-globe/ The primary objective of this report entitled Global commercial aircraft electrical and environmental systems market from 2022 to 2028 published by MarketQuest.biz is to provide valuable market information to industry participants in the marketplace. The report describes the current and future size (revenues) for the period 2022-2028. The main objective of the report is to […]]]>

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  • Aero space controls
  • Honeywell International
  • Hartzell Aerospace
  • Liebherr Group
  • Fairchild Orders
  • North Micro
  • Kapco Global
  • Hutchinson
  • Thales
  • Senior Aeronautics
  • United Technologies

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  • Energy distribution
  • Generators
  • Environmental control systems
  • Auxiliary power unit
  • Engines
  • Power conversion
  • Other

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