The Hybrid Future OF Aerospace

When it comes to environmental impacts, the global aviation industry accounts for a mere 2% of greenhouse gas emissions. Nevertheless, there is a growing environmental concern. Since 1990, the industry has witnessed an 83% rise in emission levels. The primary reason for this has been the increasing number of fossil fuel-powered aircraft taking to the ...
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Cobalt Chrome Alloys in Aerospace

The vast majority of commercially available cobalt alloys are air or argon melted since they are devoid of the highly reactive elements aluminium and titanium, whose presence requires more sophisticated and costly vacuum melting techniques. Silicon and manganese additions are used to enhance castibility in terms of alloy fluidity, melt deoxidation practice, and sulfur control. ...
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Hardware Components Dominate the Aerospace and Defense C-Class Parts Market

C-class parts are small in size and have low cost, but are one of the most critical components used in an aircraft. They are situated across the aircraft including fuselage, wings, landing gear fittings, control surfaces, flight control actuating systems, and air-intake areas near the engine. Hardware components constitute nearly half of the c-class parts ...
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