A larger and faster Bombardier model than the Dash 7, the Bombardier Dash 8 (DHC-8) is a model of regional airliners that runs on turboprop power to carry up to 90 passengers. This model of aircraft is common among short-haul regional airlines, so this blog will act as your complete guide of all you need to know about the Bombardier DHC-8.


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Gas turbines serve as one of the most widely used engine types for a number of different applications. Today, they find use in power generation technologies, among other uses. However, they are mainly utilized to produce cheap electricity by using gas as their working fluid.


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The aviation industry places safety at the forefront of its operations, ensuring that aircraft and their various components are of the utmost caliber. Though air travel today is generally safe, all aircraft are supplied with the proper equipment to keep aircrew and passengers safe in the case of an accident. With this in mind, this blog will cover the wide range of aviation safety equipment present on aircraft.


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Gaskets are mechanical seals that find use in a variety of applications to fill the space between two surfaces or objects. Their broad scope of applications includes industries such as aerospace, chemical processing, oil, military, and much more. Gaskets, like many mechanical elements, are only efficacious if the correct one is chosen for the intended project. To this point, several critical factors must be considered, all of which will be covered in this blog.


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Fiber optic technology has been revolutionizing countless markets and applications, providing faster and more efficient ways for data and power to be transferred between devices and systems. Within the aviation and aerospace industry, fiber optic sensors have been seeing a major increase in popularity, due to the fact that sensors allow for data to be measured, monitored, and analyzed for proper flight planning, operation, and hazard prevention. Serving many applications, sensors provide pilots with readings on an aircraft’s structural integrity, the amount of fuel left in a tank, and the most efficient routes to save fuel. With the extreme reliability, ample performance, and environmental protection capabilities of fiber optic sensors, they serve as a very beneficial option for aerospace sensing applications.


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