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Simulation-based training system for the SA Navy

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Work under way to validate numerical simulation of aircraft fuel behaviour

The University of Pretoria is well advanced in a programme to experimentally validate numerical simulation software developed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to accurately model the sloshing of fuel in an aircraft’s fuel tank. This was unveiled at a recent joint briefing at the university. The project is taking place under […]

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PAR Systems – Compact TEA CO2 Laser (Brochure)

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Punching Above Its Weight

Small SA defence company successfully carving a niche for itself Small South African defence company Twiga Services recently started sea trials with its latest product, an 8.5-m-long military patrol boat. Manufactured out of high-density polyethylene (better known as HDPE), it is designated the Rugged 850 military patrol boat (MPB). “The Rugged 850 MPB is designed […]

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Flying in Formation

Airbus continues to develop cooperation with South Africa Major European aerospace and defence group Airbus has been consolidating its technology cooperation with South African companies and institutions. “For the past few years, we’ve been running a pretty scattergun approach to technology cooperation,” explains Airbus VP: International Cooperation Simon Ward. “We had about 40 projects – […]

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Power of 40

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Making Space

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Support initiative gaining ground, boosting supplier development

In its aim to identify a business growth opportunity in the local aerospace industry, the Aerospace Industry Support Initiative (AISI), at the end of last year, assisted Cape Town-based machining and assembly company Daliff Precision Engineering in developing a mounting tray to support avionic components. Avionics original-equipment manufacturer (OEM Tellumat, which manufactures trans-ponders and other […]

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