When receiving incoming electronic components, it is always important inspections are conducted to ensure that parts are not counterfeit or are non-conforming. This is beneficial to ensure optimal production flow, and to ensure that customers and clients receive high quality electronic components that they may rely on. There are various methods of inspecting electronics, ranging from simple cross-referencing to more complex DNA marking. In this blog, we will discuss how electronic components are inspected through various methods, as well as the tools used to conduct such tests.
The plane is a one of a kind man-made creation that has permitted us to travel cross ground speedier as well as observe sees that already no one but feathered creatures could take in. As innovation has progressed since the primary plane took off in 1903, both the viability and security of these airplanes have expanded radically. In this short article, we're going to jump into the essential pieces of the plane and talk about how they cooperate to make air travel conceivable.
To put it simply, a frequency changer or frequency converter is an electromechanical or electronic gadget that changes over rotating current (AC) of one recurrence to substituting current of another recurrence. The gadget may change the voltage of a device or of a converter though not typically. In the occasions it does, voltage transformation of substituting current is a lot simpler to accomplish than frequency transformation.
A semiconductor is a material that holds the ability to conduct low amounts of electrical current, placing its conductivity in between conductors and insulators. Semiconductors may provide multiple functions, including impeding current in a single direction while allowing easy passage in the other, enacting variable resistance, and may be sensitive to both light and heat. Semiconductors play a role in various electronic applications, serving as switches, amplifiers, and energy converters for integrated circuits and other basic electronic components. In this blog, we will discuss the properties of semiconductors, how they are made, and how they function across various types and applications.
In today’s electronic age, there are a great amount of wires that provide power and data transfer for the many electronic systems and appliances that we rely on. Coaxial cables are a special type of electrical cable that serve as transmission lines for high frequency electric signals. Coaxial cables consist of a conductor that is encapsulated in insulation, which in turn is covered by a conducting shield tube which may or may not have a jacket. There are various coaxial cable types, such as RG-59 and RG-6 cables, and each type provides data transfer such as cable television, broadband internet, radio antenna, telephone trunk lines, and more. Due to the important applications that these cables serve, care should be taken to install them correctly in your building, home, or structure.
Aircraft engine power is measured according to its performance capabilities in ideal conditions known as ‘standard day’ conditions. When an aircraft engine has 300 horsepower, it means the engine has 300 horsepower in standard day conditions. However, standard day only refers to conditions at sea level. As you would guess, conditions at higher elevations deviate significantly from standard day. Air pressure, barometric pressure, and air temperature are wildly different at 20,000 feet than they are on the ground - pressure, for instance, is roughly half. Because of this, a normally aspirated engine will also perform at just half its usual power. This is where turbochargers come in.
With the multitude of cables that we utilize for our electronics, appliances, and more, it may be hard to understand what each type is. Coaxial cables, specifically, are an electrical cable used by many companies to provide services we rely on such as video, voice communications, and internet data. In this blog, we will discuss what coaxial cables are, and how to tell the difference between various types.
Since the advent of commercial flying, jet engines have come a tremendously long way in terms of reliability and safety. The chances of a problem or failure occurring has become extremely low, and even then, they often do not cause harm to any passengers. To achieve this, parts such as the engine are heavily tested during multiple phases of their life. The times that jet engines undergo this testing includes during their manufacturing, after installation, and after MRO servicing.
The switch from gas to electric engines is currently facing a very upward trend with research and popularity. With electric cars slowly making their way into the forefront of the market, people are looking to other industries to follow suit. Electrification can lead to cleaner environments and reduce pollution. Within the realm of aerospace, fuel efficiency and reduction of emissions through technology and improvements has almost peaked, and electrification seems to be a possible future for aircraft to solve these problems. In this article, we will discuss the possible future of aerospace electrification, as well as its advantages and disadvantages.
Composite materials are a commonly-used resource in the aviation industry, and for good reason; their unique properties let engineers overcome design obstacles that would be otherwise impossible to solve. Common composite materials include fiberglass, carbon fiber, and fiber-reinforced matrix systems. Fiberglass is the most common, and was first widely used in boats and automobiles in the 1950’s, the same decade Boeing introduced the material in its passenger jets. Today, aircraft structures are often made up of 50 to 70 percent composite materials. While composite materials have many advantages, there are also some downsides that some fear pose safety risks in the field of aviation. In this blog, we will break down the greatest pros and cons for composite materials in aviation.