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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Flanges are elements that are used for interconnecting pipes as well as attaching pipes to valves, pumps, and other related components. Commonly used for a variety of plumbing applications, there are numerous flange designs that one may take advantage of for varying requirements. Each flange will typically differ in its design, materials, testing, and certification, allowing them to benefit certain needs. In this blog, we will discuss the primary types, allowing you to have a better understanding of all the available options.


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As aircraft have grown increasingly large and complex since the advent of aviation, pilots are often no longer able to manage various flight controls through their own strength alone. In order to assist pilots in achieving the necessary force to actuate various processes and systems, apparatuses such as pneumatic systems have found implementation on many aircraft. Utilizing compressed air within an enclosed space, pneumatic systems can achieve upwards of 3,000 psi of force for carrying out numerous tasks.


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