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Nascent Aviation Blogs

Each element on a plane, from the wings and fuselage to the passenger seats and lavatories, has been carefully considered with safety in mind. Even if you fly often, you may be surprised by the large number of hidden features on airplanes, and the little details you never knew existed.  The next time you board a flight, you may want to pay closer attention. These include safety features hidden in plain sight that could be useful for more than just emergency situations, improving passenger comfort as well as safety.


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Power strips and surge protectors are often conflated with one another, but they are two entirely different devices. While one is intended to protect the devices it is attached to, the other provides you with more outlet options. To better understand the differences between power strips and surge protectors, this blog will provide a brief overview of each.


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Found in every piece of machinery, an actuator is a machine part that triggers movement by getting feedback from a control signal. This signal could be as simple as pulling a rope in a pulley, or could be made to include more complex technology like the pneumatics used to control the brake in a car. Other examples of actuators include electric motors, stepper motors, and hydraulic cylinders. Actuators can be separated by the types of power sources they use and the movement they produce. Below is a short overview of the major types and their applications.


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As safety and dependability lie at the forefront of the aerospace industry’s operations, it is constantly looking for ways to improve its various sectors. From military and commercial aviation to space exploration, the aerospace market is boundless in its reach. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) has garnered popularity in these fields, as it has proven to help companies streamline manufacturing processes and address safety concerns.


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The assembly of any aircraft requires thousands of fasteners for part attachment and security. Every airplane generally contains around 3 million fasteners, with the exact number depending on their size. Each of these fasteners is in charge of securing one or more pieces to the greater assembly, and there are numerous types of fasteners to fulfill varying roles. Most aircraft include blind fasteners in addition to standard fasteners, and blind fasteners are one of the most crucial parts of an aircraft with their unique capabilities.


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Airplanes have been utilizing trim tabs for several decades now. Trim tabs live up to their name by enabling the pilot(s) to manipulate the trim of an aircraft during flight. They are typically found on the outer edges of the elevator, ailerons, and rudders of an aircraft. While trim tabs are just one of the many structural components found in modern planes, they play a significant role in their overall operation. In this blog, we will learn more about trim tabs to understand how they impact an aircraft.


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As the aviation industry is highly regulated, airlines are mandated to implement continuous inspection programs regulated by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The FAA requires each airline/operator to establish a Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) that outlines routine and detailed inspections or checks of aircraft in their fleet. Checks are particularly important to ensure that aircraft are performing optimally and are airworthy, guaranteeing that passengers reach their destinations safely.


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