aeromechanics


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aeromechanics

[‚e·rō·mi′kan·iks]
(fluid mechanics)
The science of air and other gases in motion or equilibrium; has two branches, aerostatics and aerodynamics.
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Education: 2007--Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University), Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, bachelor's degree in applied physics and mathematics.
Cleared fan aeromechanics through a wide operating range, in support of current testing at both Evendale and the USAF Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) in Tennessee.
Science and Technology Corporation will provide research and development support services for the Systems Analysis Office; Army Aviation Development Directorate; Applied Modeling and Simulation Branch, and Fundamental Modeling and Simulation Branches of the NASA Advanced Super-computing Division; and NASA Aeromechanics Office.
The Aeromechanics Division of the Army Aviation Engineering Directorate (AED) website has a wide range of tools to help aviators and mechanics with aviation maintenance on AH-64s, CH-47s, OH-58s, UH-1s and UH-60s.
Chopra has made pioneering contributions rotary-wing aeromechanics, modeling of composite rotors, smart a structures technology for rotor systems, and aeroelastic optimization.
Formerly known as Springwood Apartments, the low-income complex now renamed Birch Creek was built in 1970 by the Boeing Aeromechanics Union, using HUD funding, but it failed to attract renters.
The Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professorship in Rotorcraft will be part of UMD's Department of Aerospace Engineering and is intended to support enhanced research specialization in areas related to rotorcraft such as: autonomous flight operations, flight control and system identification, aeromechanics, composite structures and computer aided manufacturing.
Specialists in the Aeromechanics division are focusing on the aerodynamic forces put on the structure as a result of the initial blast emerging from the side of the plane.
One such tool, ADAMS (Automatic Dynamic Analysis of Mechanical Systems), handles the effects of rotation, unsteady aerodynamics, and geometric nonlinearities that characterize rotor aeromechanics.
He has studied economics, mechanical engineering and aeromechanics.
They first incorporated knowledge from all of the location's engineering groups - including those involved with aeromechanics, aerodynamics, manufacturing, structural, creep life, and thermal analysis - in the ICAD program's rule base.
MAST will advance fundamental science and technology for future robotic systems in several key areas, including small-scale aeromechanics and ambulation; propulsion; sensing, processing and communications; navigation and control; microdevices and integration; platform packaging; and systems architectures.