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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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Under the brand of FLYHT, AeroMechanical Services (AMS) of Calgary, Alberta, Canada manufactures and markets the afirs(TM) 220, a "smart" box capable of being programmed with any number of specific conditions that would trigger a streaming mode for position and FDR data.
* swallowing or other upper aerodigestive functions such as infant feeding and aeromechanical events (evaluation of esophageal function is for the purpose of referral to medical professionals);
For example, short easy to clean flexible screw conveyors are often used to provide a long distance aeromechanical conveyor with a consistent in-feed of material.
The volume covers basic analysis tools, rotating beams, gyroscopic phenomena, drive system dynamics, fuselage vibrations, methods for controlling vibrations, dynamic test procedures, stability analysis, mechanical and aeromechanical instabilities of rotors and rotor-pylon assemblies, unsteady aerodynamics and flutter of motors, and model testing.
(ADH600) WILLIAM TEMPANY - AEROMECHANICAL SERVICES LTD (AMA:TSX).
Company's aeromechanical conveyors offer many configurations to handle a wide range of products.
In wind turbine, instability can be pitch-flap flutter, stall induced instability, rotor shaft whirl, aeromechanical instability, and/or hydrodynamic interaction brought on by the ocean currents and surface waves from offshore wind turbines.
Aviation technology company FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd (TSX VENTURE: FLY), formerly known as Aeromechanical Services Ltd, announced on Friday that it has reached a full and final settlement of outstanding litigation with in-flight safety monitoring systems company Star Navigation Systems Group Ltd.
AeroMechanical Services AeroMechanical Services Signs a New Canadian Customer.
AeroMechanical Services Ltd (TSX Venture: AMA), a Canada-based company that provides proprietary technological solutions and services for the aviation industry, has entered into a contract with a customer to install an Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS) 228 onboard Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
A technical article titled, "Selecting and maintaining an aeromechanical conveyor," explains how an AMC works, and how to select one.