aircraft engine

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Noun1.aircraft engine - the engine that powers and aircraftaircraft engine - the engine that powers and aircraft
aircraft - a vehicle that can fly
engine - motor that converts thermal energy to mechanical work
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The indictment also alleges that Zheng and Zhang conspired to commit economic espionage, as the thefts of GE's trade secrets surrounding various turbine technologies were done knowing and intending that the thefts would benefit China and one or more foreign instrumentalities, including LTAT, NTAT, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang Aeroengine Research Institute, and Huaihai Institute of Technology.
The indictment also alleges that Zheng and Zhang conspired to commit economic espionage, as the thefts of GE's trade secrets surrounding various turbine technologies were done knowing and intending that the thefts would benefit the People's Republic of China and one or more foreign instrumentalities, including LTAT, NTAT, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang Aeroengine Research Institute, and Huaihai Institute of Technology.
Among the topics are aircraft gas turbine engine trend analysis, modular engine maintenance concept considerations for aircraft turbine engines, very high-frequency monitoring system for engine gearbox and generator health management, improved engine health monitoring using full flight data and companion engine information, and establishing and applying an aeroengine lubricating oil system model based on flight test data.
Rootes Group had a large factory at Ryton near Coventry (built by Rootes as aeroengine plant at the start of the Second World War) but became part of Peugeot Talbot in 1978 and shut finally in 2006.
Includes a collection of aeroengine cars, the Grand Avenue runway show for classic motors, and a celebration of 50 years of The Italian Job.
Magellan Aerospace (Toronto) announced the signing of a five-year agreement with a commercial aeroengine customer to manufacture complex magnesium and aluminium castings and finished, machined engine shafts for gas turbine engines.
The company supports the world's aircraft and aeroengine manufacturers, providing a century of experience and innovation for commercial and military aircraft.
Additionally, some researches [10, 11] were conducted under the simulated aeroengine circumstance to guide the design of the SiC fibres microstructure for a better service in the future.
Turbulent combustion modeling has been successfully used to facilitate the combustion chamber design of an aeroengine for many years now.
In the paper "WOS-ELM-Based Double Redundancy Fault Diagnosis and Reconstruction for Aeroengine Sensor," Z.
The European High-Speed Aeronautical Bearings Test Centre, located at the SKF Aeroengine site in Valenciennes, France, will enable full-scale, high-speed bearing testing under representative operating and environmental conditions.