Category "Nr.22" archive

Innovative imaging technique clarifies molecular self-assembly

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A unique collaboration between chemists and mathematicians at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has led to a new imaging technique that enables the study of molecular self-assembly with an unprecedented level of detail. The researchers, led by TU/e professors Bert Meijer and Remco van der Hofstad, published their breakthrough last week in the leading journal Science. The new technique opens a world of unique opportunities for the study of complex self-assembling materials, not found in nature, with many potential applications in electronics, medicine and energy. Continue reading “Innovative imaging technique clarifies molecular self-assembly” »

Avionics IV. Flight data communication and registrars (6)

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Aircraft navigation is the science about the means and tools of controlling aircrafts while flying from one point on earth’s surface to another according to the trajectory selected in time and space.  Flight data are pilots‘conversations with each other, communication with satellites, the ground services and the cockpit noise (background). Aircraft engine speed, engine gas temperature, vibration level, the aerodynamic surfaces and chassis bearings, fuel supply, fuel, oil and hydraulic fluid pressure, and many dozens of other aircraft systems parameters are called the flight data. (End, Begining  N0.20 ) Continue reading “Avionics IV. Flight data communication and registrars (6)” »

AVIONICS. III. The automatic control the flight route (5)

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Aircraft navigation is the science about the means and tools of controlling aircrafts while flying from one point on earth’s surface to another according to the trajectory selected in time and space. Automatic operation provides complete control of most operations; pilot performs only general management of equipment.  (Begining  No.20 ) Continue reading “AVIONICS. III. The automatic control the flight route (5)” »