FBW


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FBW

abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) fly-by-wire
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The happily smiling 41-year-old Michele George took France by storm, winning both individual titles with her gelding FBW Rainman, now 13, adding to a previous gold at WEG Lexington and a silver at the Olympic Games in London.
The coefficients for slope in all items in the growth performance category were negative, and significance was found only in the FBW (p<0.
With the proper component selection, reliability and flight safety are actually increased with fly by wire and the weight saved by switching to FBW systems can be re-allocated to additional revenue-generating passengers and cargo while reducing maintenance costs and improving passenger satisfaction through fewer repair-related flight delays.
The FBW is housed in a metal case and encapsulated with a thermally conductive potting compound for improved thermal characteristics as well as protection against the
7 million against his FBW LLC in connection with Signature Life Insurance Co.
Sikorsky currently has two programmes underway that will feature FBW technology; the first being the X-2 Technology demonstrator (the programme will include a 'Crane' and a 'High-speed Lifter' variant) and the other the newest version of the Black Hawk, the UH-60M.
In addition, the Amotek FBW is equipped with an autosplice system that changes the reel automatically.
The FBW must meet extremely high levels of functional integrity and availability.
Tickers featured: AIV, ARI, AVB, BDN, BFS, CDX, CNT, CRE, CSNT, EOP, EQY, ESS, FBW, FR, FRT, GRT, HTG, MLS, NAREIT, PLD, RSE, WRE, WRS, XLG.