• Aircraft Ferrous Metals

    FERROUS METALS Properties and Uses Ferrous metals are alloys containing iron, most are magnetic, though some are only weakly so. The name Ferris comes from the Latin word Iron “Ferrum”.This bike is made of different ferrous metals the muffler is low-carbon steel, the Chains medium carbon steel and the springs are high carbon steel, the brake disc is cast iron the plastic hydraulic lines are protected by braided stainless steel and the fork chrome moly and some of the tools used for making this bike would have been tungsten alloy we are going to look at these different steels and see why they are used for different jobs. In the stone age it took a week to cut down a tree. With the discovery iron a steel X did the job in one hour. Iron had a tremendous impact on lifestyle and food product...

    published: 23 Aug 2014
  • Sheet Metal Mechanic (Aviation), Career Video from drkit.org

    All Aviation Videos - http://www.drkit.org/aviation In this interview, a Sheet Metal Mechanic discusses his typical day at work, the qualifications needed for the job, the best and worst parts of the job, and advice that can be used by students considering this line of work.

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • Bending Aircraft Metal 101

    This video takes you through the basic theory of bending a piece of Aircraft Aluminum over ninety degrees. This presentation is a "Digital Project" in the PID 3240 program, at Vancouver Community College.

    published: 06 Jun 2012
  • Aircraft Sheet Metal: Basic rivet layout, installation, and removal

    This video describes how to layout, install, and remove rivets regarding aircraft sheet metal structures. This is only a basic tutorial and some information exclude because of time constraints. Enjoy!

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • USAF Metals Technology Shop, Osan Air Base - Exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-01

    Airmen from the 51st Maintenance Squadron Metals Technology Shop, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, demonstrate their machining and welding skills. Airmen from the 51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load munitions during Exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-01. Video by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kuhn | 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs | Date: 11.18.2013 - AiirSource - Thumbs up for the troops! Your source for interesting current- and archival military/aviation videos. Favorite this video and subscribe to AiirSource for future updates. Subscribe to AiirSource: http://youtube.com/AiirSource Join the conversation on Facebook: http://facebook.com/AiirSource Add AiirSource to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+AiirSource Follow AiirSource on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AiirSource Find us on the...

    published: 30 Nov 2013
  • Aluminium Alloys used in Aircraft

    published: 19 May 2016
  • Boeing: Lightest. Metal. Ever.

    Microlattice is the lightest metallic structure ever made. At 99.99% air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles. Learn more about Boeing Innovations at http://www.boeing.com/innovation/

    published: 06 Oct 2015
  • Aircraft Structures Technician

    What is Aircraft Structures Technician? Find out what this 1-year certificate program is all about and turn your aviation passion into a career. Find out more on sait.ca: http://ow.ly/8Ek2305Ns8W

    published: 10 Jul 2014
  • Airbus Adds Metal 3-D-Printed Parts to New Jets

    By the end of this year, European aircraft manufacturing consortium Airbus plans to deliver the first of its new, extra-wide-body passenger jets, the A350-XWB. Among other technological innovations, the new plane will also incorporate metal parts made in a 3-D printer. VOA's George Putic has more.

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • Strong material - carbon fiber composite materials in aircraft

    A video about carbon fiber composite materials in aircrafts

    published: 26 Apr 2012
  • Flying Heavy Metal with Bruce Dickinson - Episode 2 - Jet Set

    Flying Heavy Metal with Bruce Dickinson - Episode 2 - Jet Set

    published: 28 Aug 2012
  • When Metal Lets Us Down

    It’s rare for an engine, propeller or airframe to fail catastrophically in flight. But when one does, more often than not, the culprit is metal fatigue. Mike Busch lays out the basics of metal fatigue analysis. Savvy Aviation offers Professional Maintenance Services to owners of General Aviation aircraft, such as: Savvy Mx (Professional Maintenance Management), Savvy QA (Expert Consulting), Savvy Prebuy, SavvyAnalysis (Engine Data Analysis) and Savvy Breakdown Assistance. For more info see https://savvyaviation.com and http://www.sportys.com/pilotshop/sporty-s-breakdown-assistance-program.html. This channel offers videos about those services, and webinars hosted by Mike Busch which were produced by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) and sponsored by Aircraft Spruce and Specialt...

    published: 16 Dec 2016
  • Aircraft Metals Craftsman

    published: 06 Dec 2013
  • Aircraft Construction

    The construction of aircraft fuselages has evolved from early wood truss structures, to monocoque shell structures, to the current semimonocoque shell structures. The main drawback of a truss structure is its lack of a streamlined shape. In this construction method, lengths of tubing, called longerons, are welded in place to form a well-braced frame. Vertical and horizontal struts are welded to the longerons and give the structure a square or rectangular shape when viewed from the end. Additional struts are needed to increase strength and handle stresses that may occur from any direction. Stringers and bulkheads, or formers, are added to shape the fuselage and support the covering. As technology progressed, aircraft designers began to enclose the truss members to streamline the airpl...

    published: 05 Jun 2016
  • 361 TRS - Aircraft Metals Technology Graduation

    Graduation of classes 20130118 and 20130215, Aircraft Metals Technology Course, From Sheppard AFB, TX on June 5, 2013.

    published: 05 Jun 2013
  • Solid Rivet Kit - Aircraft Grade Rivets For Your Car - Custom Metal Fabrication With Eastwood

    In this video, Mark demonstrates the various applications for Eastwood's Solid Rivet Kit, creating a miniature door panel. LINK TO BUY RIVET KIT: http://www.eastwood.com/solid-rivet-kit.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=annotation&utm_campaign=2014-05-05&utm_content=solid%20rivet%20kit In this video, Mark demonstrates the various applications for Eastwood's Solid Rivet Kit, creating a miniature door panel. Eastwood Solid Rivet Kit Item #20127 Solid rivet kit designed to install AN470 series aluminum rivets in steel, aluminum . Used to structurally join panels for underhood, door skins, interiors, etc. Kit includes all components required to drive AN470 ( round head) rivets in both 1/8 and 3/16 inch diameter. These are the same rivets used on aircraft and high performance race vehi...

    published: 28 Oct 2014
  • Engineering By Design: GE's Metal 3D Printer Will Print Aircraft Engine Parts

    This week at the Paris Air Show, Airbus flew an autonomous aircraft, to which IEN readers responded, meh. So, we'll see if you're more built for speed. The next day, the company unveiled a high-speed demonstrator that they call the Racer. It’s designed to reach a cruise speed of about 250 mph, about 90 mph faster than the avg. copter, and it was based off of the X3. The X3 is believed to be the world's fastest helicopter developed by Eurocopter, which is now Airbus Helicopters. You see? It's all coming together. They say Racer is a codename, but really, it's an acronym for Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft. I just think that we're trying too hard with the names these days. The Racer includes a patented double wing concept to improve aerodynamics, stiffness and weight reduction, as well ...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Robotic Test System for Sheet Metals

    published: 25 Aug 2017
  • GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center

    GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center is a state of the art additive manufacturing (3D printing) facility located in West Chester, Ohio. The facility's mission is to deliver on new additively designed and manufactured components for GE Aviation’s aircraft engines and aviation systems. This video highlights our facility, our team, and the incredible technologies we work with every day as we literally print the future of flight!

    published: 13 Nov 2017
  • Aviation industry: voestalpine Aerospace

    The aerospace industry is one of the most important growth markets for the voestalpine group. The video shows and describes in an impressive way the portfolio of the High Performance Metals Division for this business sector.

    published: 05 Jul 2017
  • The Inkless Metal Pen literally writes in metal.

    The Inkless Metal Pen features a special metal alloy tip. As you write, tiny amounts of metal are deposited onto the page. Buy here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/the-inkless-metal-pen.cfm?adid=youtube Please subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/vat19com Hundreds more curiously awesome products at: http://www.vat19.com/?adid=youtube ******************* The Inkless Metal Pen features a unique metal alloy tip. As you write, tiny amounts of this metal are deposited onto the page. The silvery markings may resemble pencil, but they are permanent and completely smudge-proof. Because it doesn't require sharpening or refills, the Inkless Metal Beta Pen is an amazing gift for artists or doodlers. Its "ink" is solid, so it will never leak, and it can be used upside down or under e...

    published: 19 Aug 2010
  • POST-WWII JET AGE AIRCRAFT DESIGN, ROCKET & NUCLEAR POWERED AIRCRAFT 25974

    Design For Survival” is a black-and-white educational film from the Atomic Age telling the viewer of advancements in air travel. Produced for the Aircraft Industry Association by Arthur Lodge Productions, the late 1950s film opens with various aircraft in flight including the NB-36H Nuclear Test Aircraft (NTA) bomber aircraft equipped with a nuclear reactor (a test bed for the time when, the narrator assures us, nuclear aircraft will be the norm). Also shown is the rocket powered Bell X-2 (mark 01:19) and beginning at mark 02:00 reminds us of the role fighters and bombers had in the Allied victory in World War II. We watch bombers being assembled (mark 03:48) including the B-29’s (Enola Gay and Bockscar) that dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki (mark 04:28). Moving on to a post...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Bending and Forming

    For students of BCIT's Aviation "M" maintenance program, Level 3 concentrates on standard processes such as sheet metal bending and forming. The techniques of calculating bending allowance, setback, and sight lines are standard topics. This clip will quickly outline the basics of a 90-degree sheet metal bend.

    published: 19 Sep 2010
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    published: 29 Nov 2011
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Aircraft Ferrous Metals

Aircraft Ferrous Metals

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FERROUS METALS Properties and Uses Ferrous metals are alloys containing iron, most are magnetic, though some are only weakly so. The name Ferris comes from the Latin word Iron “Ferrum”.This bike is made of different ferrous metals the muffler is low-carbon steel, the Chains medium carbon steel and the springs are high carbon steel, the brake disc is cast iron the plastic hydraulic lines are protected by braided stainless steel and the fork chrome moly and some of the tools used for making this bike would have been tungsten alloy we are going to look at these different steels and see why they are used for different jobs. In the stone age it took a week to cut down a tree. With the discovery iron a steel X did the job in one hour. Iron had a tremendous impact on lifestyle and food production it was one of the most important changes for mankind today iron is the backbone of the world with built. It is strong plentiful and cheap Iron comes from iron-ore such as hematite, which is similar to rust, it is a combination of iron and oxygen. The oxygen is removed by heating the ore with carbon from coke the carbon removes the oxygen leaving iron but there is still some carbon left and this affects the properties of the iron so the carbon content has to be adjust carefully in a second furnace oxygen is blown through the molten iron the oxygen burns up carbon allowing steelmakers to adjust the amount of carbon. iron and carbon are known as steel. CARBON CONTENT The carbon content affects the properties. We have Pure Iron Low Carbon Steel(mild steel) Medium Carbon Steel High Carbon Steel Cast Iron The low-carbon Steel is soft and easily Scratched the High-Carbon is much harder so High-Carbon Steel can cut Low-Carbon Steel
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Sheet Metal Mechanic (Aviation), Career Video from drkit.org

Sheet Metal Mechanic (Aviation), Career Video from drkit.org

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All Aviation Videos - http://www.drkit.org/aviation In this interview, a Sheet Metal Mechanic discusses his typical day at work, the qualifications needed for the job, the best and worst parts of the job, and advice that can be used by students considering this line of work.
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Bending Aircraft Metal 101

Bending Aircraft Metal 101

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This video takes you through the basic theory of bending a piece of Aircraft Aluminum over ninety degrees. This presentation is a "Digital Project" in the PID 3240 program, at Vancouver Community College.
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Aircraft Sheet Metal: Basic rivet layout, installation, and removal

Aircraft Sheet Metal: Basic rivet layout, installation, and removal

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This video describes how to layout, install, and remove rivets regarding aircraft sheet metal structures. This is only a basic tutorial and some information exclude because of time constraints. Enjoy!
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USAF Metals Technology Shop, Osan Air Base - Exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-01

USAF Metals Technology Shop, Osan Air Base - Exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-01

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Airmen from the 51st Maintenance Squadron Metals Technology Shop, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, demonstrate their machining and welding skills. Airmen from the 51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load munitions during Exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-01. Video by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kuhn | 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs | Date: 11.18.2013 - AiirSource - Thumbs up for the troops! Your source for interesting current- and archival military/aviation videos. Favorite this video and subscribe to AiirSource for future updates. Subscribe to AiirSource: http://youtube.com/AiirSource Join the conversation on Facebook: http://facebook.com/AiirSource Add AiirSource to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+AiirSource Follow AiirSource on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AiirSource Find us on the web: http://www.AiirSource.com
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Aluminium Alloys used in Aircraft

Aluminium Alloys used in Aircraft

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Boeing: Lightest. Metal. Ever.

Boeing: Lightest. Metal. Ever.

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Microlattice is the lightest metallic structure ever made. At 99.99% air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles. Learn more about Boeing Innovations at http://www.boeing.com/innovation/
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Aircraft Structures Technician

Aircraft Structures Technician

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What is Aircraft Structures Technician? Find out what this 1-year certificate program is all about and turn your aviation passion into a career. Find out more on sait.ca: http://ow.ly/8Ek2305Ns8W
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Airbus Adds Metal 3-D-Printed Parts to New Jets

Airbus Adds Metal 3-D-Printed Parts to New Jets

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By the end of this year, European aircraft manufacturing consortium Airbus plans to deliver the first of its new, extra-wide-body passenger jets, the A350-XWB. Among other technological innovations, the new plane will also incorporate metal parts made in a 3-D printer. VOA's George Putic has more.
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Strong material - carbon fiber composite materials in aircraft

Strong material - carbon fiber composite materials in aircraft

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A video about carbon fiber composite materials in aircrafts
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Flying Heavy Metal with Bruce Dickinson - Episode 2 - Jet Set

Flying Heavy Metal with Bruce Dickinson - Episode 2 - Jet Set

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  • Updated: 28 Aug 2012
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When Metal Lets Us Down

When Metal Lets Us Down

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It’s rare for an engine, propeller or airframe to fail catastrophically in flight. But when one does, more often than not, the culprit is metal fatigue. Mike Busch lays out the basics of metal fatigue analysis. Savvy Aviation offers Professional Maintenance Services to owners of General Aviation aircraft, such as: Savvy Mx (Professional Maintenance Management), Savvy QA (Expert Consulting), Savvy Prebuy, SavvyAnalysis (Engine Data Analysis) and Savvy Breakdown Assistance. For more info see https://savvyaviation.com and http://www.sportys.com/pilotshop/sporty-s-breakdown-assistance-program.html. This channel offers videos about those services, and webinars hosted by Mike Busch which were produced by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) and sponsored by Aircraft Spruce and Specialty.
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Aircraft Metals Craftsman

Aircraft Metals Craftsman

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Aircraft Construction

Aircraft Construction

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The construction of aircraft fuselages has evolved from early wood truss structures, to monocoque shell structures, to the current semimonocoque shell structures. The main drawback of a truss structure is its lack of a streamlined shape. In this construction method, lengths of tubing, called longerons, are welded in place to form a well-braced frame. Vertical and horizontal struts are welded to the longerons and give the structure a square or rectangular shape when viewed from the end. Additional struts are needed to increase strength and handle stresses that may occur from any direction. Stringers and bulkheads, or formers, are added to shape the fuselage and support the covering. As technology progressed, aircraft designers began to enclose the truss members to streamline the airplane and improve performance. This was originally accomplished with cloth fabric, and then evolved to lightweight metals such as aluminum. In some cases, the outside skin can support all or a major portion of the flight loads. Most modern aircraft use a form of this stressed skin structure known as monocoque or semimonocoque construction. Monocoque construction uses stressed skin to support almost all aerodynamic loads. Although very strong, monocoque construction is not highly tolerant to deformation of the surface. For example, an aluminum beverage can supports considerable forces at the ends of the can, but if the side of the can is deformed slightly while supporting a load, it collapses easily. Because most twisting and bending stresses are handled by the external skin rather than by an internal framework, the need for internal bracing was eliminated or reduced, saving weight and maximizing space. Although employed in the early years of aircraft design, monocoque construction would not reemerge for several decades due to the complexities involved in its use. Semimonocoque construction, partial or one-half, uses a substructure to which the airplane’s skin is attached. The substructure, which consists of bulkheads or formers of various sizes and stringers, reinforces the skin by supporting some of the bending stress from the fuselage. A new emerging process of construction is the integration of composites or aircraft made entirely of composites. Composite is a broad term and can mean materials such as fiberglass, carbon fiber cloth, Kevlar cloth, and mixtures of all of the above. Composite construction offers two advantages: extremely smooth skins and the ability to easily form complex curved or streamlined structures. Many manufacturers are now incorporating composite materials into their aircraft designs. -Lesson derived from the Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge-
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361 TRS - Aircraft Metals Technology Graduation

361 TRS - Aircraft Metals Technology Graduation

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Graduation of classes 20130118 and 20130215, Aircraft Metals Technology Course, From Sheppard AFB, TX on June 5, 2013.
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Solid Rivet Kit - Aircraft Grade Rivets For Your Car - Custom Metal Fabrication With Eastwood

Solid Rivet Kit - Aircraft Grade Rivets For Your Car - Custom Metal Fabrication With Eastwood

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In this video, Mark demonstrates the various applications for Eastwood's Solid Rivet Kit, creating a miniature door panel. LINK TO BUY RIVET KIT: http://www.eastwood.com/solid-rivet-kit.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=annotation&utm_campaign=2014-05-05&utm_content=solid%20rivet%20kit In this video, Mark demonstrates the various applications for Eastwood's Solid Rivet Kit, creating a miniature door panel. Eastwood Solid Rivet Kit Item #20127 Solid rivet kit designed to install AN470 series aluminum rivets in steel, aluminum . Used to structurally join panels for underhood, door skins, interiors, etc. Kit includes all components required to drive AN470 ( round head) rivets in both 1/8 and 3/16 inch diameter. These are the same rivets used on aircraft and high performance race vehicles. Complete instructions included with kit. Kit includes professional pneumatic rivet gun, 1/8 inch and 3/16 inch rivet sets for round head rivets, universal bucking bar, 1/8 inch and 3/16 inch Cleco kit and 1/4lb of 1/8 inch and 3/16 inch rivets in 3/16 inch and 5/16 inch length. Application: Used to structurally join metals panels in place of traditional threaded hardware. AN470 rivets are 10010 series aluminum and once driven will not loosens like typical threaded fasteners with vibration or heat. if you're restoring a car, truck or motorcycle, you need to visit Eastwood for everything you need to do the job right. Welders, plasma cutters, paint guns, rust solutions, metal fab tools and more!
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Engineering By Design: GE's Metal 3D Printer Will Print Aircraft Engine Parts

Engineering By Design: GE's Metal 3D Printer Will Print Aircraft Engine Parts

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This week at the Paris Air Show, Airbus flew an autonomous aircraft, to which IEN readers responded, meh. So, we'll see if you're more built for speed. The next day, the company unveiled a high-speed demonstrator that they call the Racer. It’s designed to reach a cruise speed of about 250 mph, about 90 mph faster than the avg. copter, and it was based off of the X3. The X3 is believed to be the world's fastest helicopter developed by Eurocopter, which is now Airbus Helicopters. You see? It's all coming together. They say Racer is a codename, but really, it's an acronym for Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft. I just think that we're trying too hard with the names these days. The Racer includes a patented double wing concept to improve aerodynamics, stiffness and weight reduction, as well as a hybrid metallic-composite airframe. It should also be quieter, and include lateral rotors as well as a main rotor both driven by two engines. Airbus expects the Racer to reach final assembly in 2019, with the first flight scheduled for 2020. Not that the company is in any hurry, in a release, the CEO said that the Racer 'will pave the way for new time-sensitive services for 2030 and beyond.' So, if you can stave off a need for flight for life for another 13 years, you'll be in good hands. World's First Remote-Controlled Vessel Navigates Harbor A commercial vessel recently navigated the Copenhagen harbor in Denmark without incident. On its own, the fact seems relatively innocuous, but what makes this story interesting is that when the 28m Svitzer Hermod maneuvered around the harbor, the captain at the helm was on shore. It was a demonstration of the world's first remotely-operated from Rolls-Royce and partner Svitzer, a global towage operator The vessel was built in 2016 and has on board sensors that give the captain full awareness of the tug's surroundings, including radar, lidar, cameras, and audio. All of the information is relayed to a state-of-the-art Remote Operations Center on Shore, which looks like an immersive gamers wet dream. The captain controls the vessel’s position via satellite using the Rolls Royce Dynamic Positioning System. It also has a pair of Rolls-Royce diesel engines 2000 kW at 1800 rpm. The test successfully demonstrated vessel navigation, situational awareness, remote control and communications systems. Hermod has now completed 16 hours of remote control operation. It is the bridge between fully autonomous boats. I just want to jump into that captain’s chair, maybe after it’s handed over to me when someone says number one, you have the bridge. Though I might be a little further down the ladder, like number 51, you have the bridge. GE is Building World's Largest Metal 3D Printer GE Additive has only been around for a little more than seven months and yet this week the company announced that it is developing what it is calling the world's largest laser-powered, metal 3D printer. Sounds like a busy seven months. According Mohammad Ehteshami, VP and general manager of GE Additive, the printer, which they are calling Atlas, will be able to make metal parts 1-meter cube out of titanium, aluminum and other metals. Atlas will be capable of printing jet engine structural components for single aisle aircraft. Of course, it will have applications for manufacturers in automotive, power, and oil & gas, but the news came out at the Paris Air Show, so thus the emphasis on aerospace The largest 3D metal printer on the market is actually the X Line 2000R from Concept Laser. Airbus uses it to make wing brackets. If you recall, GE paid $599 million for a majority stake in Concept in late October. The Atlas is being designed and developed by engineers from Concept and GE. The company didn't offer a look at the machine, but it has plans to unveil a demonstrator around the division’s one year anniversary at the Formnext Show held in Germany. Last year at Formnext, Ehteshami, who has 30+ years with GE Aviation, said that GE plans to manufacture 10K additive machines over the next ten years for customers, and 1,000 more machines just for GE. Not a bad start. I'm David Mantey, and this is Engineering by Design.
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Robotic Test System for Sheet Metals

Robotic Test System for Sheet Metals

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GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center

GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center

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GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center is a state of the art additive manufacturing (3D printing) facility located in West Chester, Ohio. The facility's mission is to deliver on new additively designed and manufactured components for GE Aviation’s aircraft engines and aviation systems. This video highlights our facility, our team, and the incredible technologies we work with every day as we literally print the future of flight!
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Aviation industry: voestalpine Aerospace

Aviation industry: voestalpine Aerospace

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The aerospace industry is one of the most important growth markets for the voestalpine group. The video shows and describes in an impressive way the portfolio of the High Performance Metals Division for this business sector.
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The Inkless Metal Pen literally writes in metal.

The Inkless Metal Pen literally writes in metal.

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The Inkless Metal Pen features a special metal alloy tip. As you write, tiny amounts of metal are deposited onto the page. Buy here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/the-inkless-metal-pen.cfm?adid=youtube Please subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/vat19com Hundreds more curiously awesome products at: http://www.vat19.com/?adid=youtube ******************* The Inkless Metal Pen features a unique metal alloy tip. As you write, tiny amounts of this metal are deposited onto the page. The silvery markings may resemble pencil, but they are permanent and completely smudge-proof. Because it doesn't require sharpening or refills, the Inkless Metal Beta Pen is an amazing gift for artists or doodlers. Its "ink" is solid, so it will never leak, and it can be used upside down or under extreme conditions. The Inkless Pen works on most any writing surface and features a stainless steel barrel. Also available in a keychain version that includes a metal gift tin and keyring. ********************** To check out the latest curiously awesome products from Vat19.com, click here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/showproducts.cfm?action=new&adid=youtube For the most popular items on Vat19, click here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/showproducts.cfm?action=popular&adid=youtube
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POST-WWII JET AGE AIRCRAFT DESIGN, ROCKET & NUCLEAR POWERED AIRCRAFT 25974

POST-WWII JET AGE AIRCRAFT DESIGN, ROCKET & NUCLEAR POWERED AIRCRAFT 25974

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2017
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Design For Survival” is a black-and-white educational film from the Atomic Age telling the viewer of advancements in air travel. Produced for the Aircraft Industry Association by Arthur Lodge Productions, the late 1950s film opens with various aircraft in flight including the NB-36H Nuclear Test Aircraft (NTA) bomber aircraft equipped with a nuclear reactor (a test bed for the time when, the narrator assures us, nuclear aircraft will be the norm). Also shown is the rocket powered Bell X-2 (mark 01:19) and beginning at mark 02:00 reminds us of the role fighters and bombers had in the Allied victory in World War II. We watch bombers being assembled (mark 03:48) including the B-29’s (Enola Gay and Bockscar) that dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki (mark 04:28). Moving on to a postwar America, the film explains how the aircraft quickly moved from dropping bombs to transporting the public, thanks in part to the jet engine as a diagram explains how that type of engine works starting at mark 07:15. Although the US learned during the Korean War that the Soviet Union also had been making advancements in jet engines, US jets were still superior as a fighter is shown taking off at mark 09:20. To continue meeting the needs of the jet age, new aircraft facilities were constructed across the United States and we learn how science and engineering were taking bigger roles in aircraft design. Mark 13:48 takes us to a “modern” jet airplane factory and we glimpse production lines creating the latest aircraft as well as engineers (mark 15:40) reviewing schematics. By mark 16:36 there is a quick review of various types of aircraft wings in place in the late 1950s and a review of how metals react under different circumstances. Although the airline industry had been impacted by peaks and valleys regarding supply and demand (mark 21:30) the film notes that overall the industry has remained relatively stable. The nuclear reactor shown in flight at the start of the movie was part of the USAF Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion (ANP) program and the preceding Nuclear Energy for the Propulsion of Aircraft (NEPA) project worked to develop a nuclear propulsion system for aircraft. The United States Army Air Forces initiated Project NEPA on May 28, 1946. After funding of $10 million in 1947, NEPA operated until May 1951, when the project was transferred to the joint Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)/USAF ANP. The USAF pursued two different systems for nuclear-powered jet engines, the Direct Air Cycle concept, which was developed by General Electric, and Indirect Air Cycle, which was assigned to Pratt & Whitney. The program was intended to develop and test the Convair X-6, but was cancelled in 1961 before that aircraft was built. On September 5, 1951, the USAF awarded Convair a contract to fly a nuclear reactor on board a modified Convair B-36 Peacemaker under the MX-1589 project of the ANP program. The NB-36H Nuclear Test Aircraft (NTA) was to study shielding requirements for an airborne reactor, to determine whether a nuclear aircraft was feasible. This was the only known airborne reactor experiment by the U.S. with an operational nuclear reactor on board. The NTA flew a total of 47 times testing the reactor over West Texas and Southern New Mexico. The reactor, named the Aircraft Shield Test Reactor (ASTR), was operational but did not power the aircraft, rather the primary purpose of the flight program was shield testing. Based on the results of the NTA, the X-6 and the entire nuclear aircraft program was abandoned in 1961. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Bending and Forming

Bending and Forming

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2010
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For students of BCIT's Aviation "M" maintenance program, Level 3 concentrates on standard processes such as sheet metal bending and forming. The techniques of calculating bending allowance, setback, and sight lines are standard topics. This clip will quickly outline the basics of a 90-degree sheet metal bend.
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How Does Heavy Metal Toxicity Affect You? Symptoms of  Heavy Metal Toxicity Part 1

How Does Heavy Metal Toxicity Affect You? Symptoms of Heavy Metal Toxicity Part 1

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  • Updated: 29 Nov 2011
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/medicardium.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html Do you suffer from heavy metal toxicity? Chances are you do. If you are suffering from symptoms such as; chronic fatigue, chronic infections from decreased immunity, autoimmune diseases, chronic candida overgrowth, and even cancer, heavy metal toxicity may be the root cause of it all. Your Dr. may not be testing for heavy metal toxicity and prescribing medication instead without getting to the root of the problem. You need to know better. Although mercury toxicity from amalgam dental fillings has recently gained some exposure, mercury is not the only dangerous heavy metal you need to be aware of. Cadmium, aluminum, lead, and arsenic are some of the heavy metals we are exposed to just by breathing in the air around us. Industrial discharges, pesticide run offs, incinerator emissions, manufacturer smokestacks, and aviation, and auto vehicle exhaust all spew heavy metals into the air we breathe and the ground we get our water and food from. Aluminum toxicity is also easily leached into processed, packaged food during manufacturing and packaging. Aluminum can leak from giant vats used in commercial kitchens, aluminum lined juice boxes, cans, and other packaging materials. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/blog/ http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/Liver-GallBladder-Chemical-Detoxification.html
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