Category: Aerospace

Can we Trust FEA Results in Aerospace?

One of the recent discussions in an Aerospace Stress Engineers Linked In group was about the reasons behind the delays in new airplane programs such as the A380 and 787.  See the following link for more details: View the LinkedIn … Read More

Silos

I used to live in Dayton, OH, home of the Wright Brothers, and got to learn much about how the first Wright Brothers plane was designed.  There was no design or stress or manufacturing department to Wright Brothers, Inc. – … Read More

Bird Strikes

USA Today recently ran a story on the increase in bird strike incidents in commercial aviation.   This is a concern for flight safety and the airlines and airports are trying to find ways to reduce the number of bird strike … Read More

How Much Does a Pound Cost?

I recently read an article on the cost per pound for dieting programs.  When you factor in the cost of food, counseling, gym memberships, etc., it works out to $70-$100 per pound.  Unfortunately, most people gain most of the weight … Read More