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RAeS Light Aircraft Design

RAeS Light Aircraft Design

Royal Aeronautical Society
Light Aircraft Design Conference (11/11/2013)
Time is running out if you wish to attend the RAeS conference, due to take place on 11th Nov. 
The event is being held at their headquarters, No.4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ.

The conference topics this year mix dreams and practicalities. Bird flight has been an inspiration since ancient times; the more we learn about them the more ideas we may glean. Relatively modern thoughts of commuting by air have been formalised by NASA into a challenge that has already produced considerable activity on enabling technologies.

Tools to aid with undercarriage design will be demonstrated handling the geometry of retraction mechanisms and the kinematic analysis of landing. Detail components and features will be reviewed to see how they affect the success of an aircraft in service. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has introduced a number of changes to certification of light aircraft in recent years; a presentation will bring us up to date.

The design example will be the new flex-wing from P&M Aviation, the Pegasus PulsR.
BMAA members will receive a substantiall discount!
So we look forward to seeing your there!
To register a place please click here
Click here to download the event program
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