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A gear shaft is the part of a transmission that bears shear stress and torsion. The transmission, or gearbox, is a system that can be applied to monitor the application of energy by either reducing or increasing speed, increasing torque, reversing rotation, or varying the driveshaft direction. Generally, gearboxes are designed with an output and input side.


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In most settings, a turbine engine is often referred to as an internal combustion engine or gas turbine because of the fact that fuel combustion occurs in a special type of oxidizer and mixes the fuel with air in a specially-designed combustion chamber. In general, this chamber is considered a critical part of the circuit that aids in the proper functionality of the engine as a whole. Other key components include a rotating compressor that flows upstream and a turbine that flows downstream.


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In the present day, a majority of powerful aircraft rely on gas turbine engines for the means of producing the thrust needed for propulsion and lift. For gas turbine engines to operate as intended, they must carry out continuous combustion of fuel and air mixtures. While the resulting exhaust is expelled after being -used to power the engine compressor by driving a turbine assembly, the intense heat of combustion fuel will often spread throughout the engine and into surrounding components. If not controlled, this heat has the potential of causing various issues and hazards, thus it is crucial that proper cooling is implemented. Many turbine engines utilize basic cooling systems to guard heat-stressed parts, these assemblies utilizing air, cooling paths, and other elements to maintain temperatures. In this blog, we will discuss the cooling systems of gas turbine engines in more detail so that you may understand their function and importance.


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In nearly every industry vertical, you will find some type of screw. A screw is a mechanical fastener with a threaded shaft that is designed to screw into a particular part, object, or material. There are so many screw types available on the market, but one of the most popular screw types are Tek screws, a broad category of self-drilling screws.


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Unlike automobiles, it is harder to determine the exact speed aircraft are flying at due to underlying and unforeseen forces like airplane drag and other atmospheric phenomena. True airspeed (TAS), commonly referred to as knots true airspeed (KTAS) depending on one’s region of operation, is the determined speed of a plane relative to the air mass it is currently flying through. Moreover, as defined by the FAA, true airspeed must be adjusted based on an aircraft's altitude and non-standard air, as opposed to using measurements obtained at sea level where undisturbed air is present. While aircraft once relied on traditional analogue airspeed indicators (ASI) to gauge TAS, more modern adaptations like the Global Positioning System (GPS) have been developed to offer bolstered reliability and versatility of aircraft navigation.  


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One of the greatest threats to fuel efficiency that aircraft face is drag, a backwards, horizontal force that creates resistance against the plane’s movement. Aircraft must overcome drag with forward thrust, and the increased demand for thrust leads to an increase in fuel usage. Drag is one of four aerodynamic forces of flight, but there are various causes and types of drag that aircraft face. This blog will provide an overview of the seven types of drag and how they work.


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Jet engines are complex powerplants that convert fuel into a powerful force called thrust. Military jet engines in particular comprise a subcategory of engines that are specially-designed for military use. To become familiar with such types, this blog will cover notable military jet engines in operation today and the long list of jet engines that paved the way for newer variations.


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In aeronautics, the angle that lies between the right and left wings of an aircraft is known as the dihedral. In a fixed-wing aircraft, the upward angle from the horizontal plane of the tailplane or the wings is referred to as a dihedral angle. It allows pilots to keep the wings on the exact level as needed. It is important to know that the wings of a low-wing aircraft that are angled upward are called dihedral wings, and the wings of high-wing aircraft that are angled downward are called anhedral wings. In this blog, we will focus on everything related to dihedral wings in particular.


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When airplanes cannot do the job, helicopters offer incredible advantages. Modern helicopters are safer, more efficient, and more helpful than their predecessors. They have the ability to operate in harsh, remote, and out-of-reach environments, flying into tight spaces and carrying out missions that no other type of aircraft could achieve. In many ways, helicopters have made our lives better and this blog will cover 5 of the most notable ways.


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