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aerodyne

[′e·rō‚dīn]
(aerospace engineering)
Any heavier-than-air craft that derives its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic forces, such as the conventional airplane, glider, or helicopter.

aerodyne

A heavier-than-air vehicle that can sustain its flight in air principally by self-generated aerodynamic forces and possibly by thrust produced by the engine. Aircraft and helicopters are two types of aerodynes.
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About Aerodyne -- Aerodyne products have been leading the way in the material handling and air pollution control industries since 1949.
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MCR's acquisition of Aerodyne provides the company with a strong position in Army aviation and the Huntsville market, which is home to the Army's Redstone Arsenal.
Manufacturers and processors may use the Aerodyne "S" Series dust collector as part of a manufacturing process or to meet OSHA standards for dust control in the workplace.
In January 2008, Abanaki purchased Aerodyne, a company that has been specializing in solving dry material handling problems for more than 60 years through such products as large dust collection systems and low-cost, low-maintenance material-handling valves.
The O'Neal family of companies includes O'Neal Steel, Aerodyne Alloys, AIM International, Ferguson Metals, Leeco Steel, Metalwest, Supply Dynamics, Timberline Steel, and TW Metals.
Ming Yang cooperates with aerodyne Energiesysteme, one of the world's leading wind turbine design firms based in Germany, to co-develop wind turbines.
The study, released in February in the journal of Environmental Science A Technology, involved researchers from CSU, Carnegie Mellon University and Aerodyne Research taking measurements of methane emissions at 45 transmission and storage facilities throughout the country.
The company already manufactures 50-metre rotor blades under licence from German firm Aerodyne and plans to produce 200 wind turbines a year by 2016.
The work, led by Christopher Cappa of the University of California, Davis and Timothy Onasch of Boston College and Aerodyne Research in Billerica, Mass.