overhauling


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overhauling

[′ō·vər‚hȯl·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Removing scale and surface defects from metal castings or slabs by cutting away surface layers.
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The regional states have also praised the high capabilities of Iranian Navy forces and experts in overhauling and building different types of planes and fighter jets.
And that's what the Blackhawk conversions are: STCs to install more powerful, factory new engines in place of overhauling an existing PT-6.
Decades later, Iran is now not only repairing and overhauling various military planes and helicopters, but also manufacturing parts and even helicopters and two fighter jets.
The jet has completed its flying hours hence its overhauling was required.
According to ISPR, addressing on the occasion, Chief of Army staff, congratulated engineers and technicians of Aviation Base Workshop for having developed the first ever inland helicopter overhauling capability in collaboration with Saint Petersburg Aviation Repair Company(SPARC).He specially appreciated the team for cost effectiveness and time reduction achieved due to our own overhauling facility.
Pity also the turbocharged aircraft operator, since he or she gets to pay for maintaining and overhauling the turbo, its controller and its wastegate.
The Iranian Air Force in recent years has shown remarkable capability in building parts and equipment and overhauling different types of planes and helicopters in a bid to promote resistance economy and cut down on expenses.
In our view, a situation like this argues strongly for repairing cylinders or overhauling them selectively, even if it means buying an overhauled jug or two from the cylinder pool.