Aerospace America – June 2019

Aerospace America – May 2019

Military & Aerospace Electronics – February 2019

Military & Aerospace Electronics – February 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 7 MB
Overview: Since the beginning, Military & Aerospace Electronics has been on top of COTS issues and continues to be the clear leader when it comes to coverage of COTS success stories, COTS failures, and COTS trends. Articles focus on how and when designers should use mil-spec, non-developmental-item, or commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment and components.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Aerospace America – March 2019

Aerospace America – March 2019

Aerospace America – March 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 14 MB
Overview: A publication of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law


Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law
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Aerospace America – February 2019

Aerospace America – February 2019
Requirements: PDF Reader 12.19 MB
Overview: A publication of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
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Military & Aerospace Electronics – January 2019

Military & Aerospace Electronics – January 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 7.7 MB
Overview: Since the beginning, Military & Aerospace Electronics has been on top of COTS issues and continues to be the clear leader when it comes to coverage of COTS success stories, COTS failures, and COTS trends. Articles focus on how and when designers should use mil-spec, non-developmental-item, or commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment and components.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Engineering Economics for Aviation & Aerospace by Bijan Vasigh

Engineering Economics for Aviation and Aerospace 1st Version by Bijan Vasigh (Writer), Javad Gorjidooz (Writer)
Necessities: .PDF reader, 9.5 MB
Overview: For all engineers and practitioners, it’s important to have a basic understanding of price construction, estimating money flows, and evaluating different tasks and designs on an financial foundation. Engineering Economics for Aviation and Aerospace supplies the instruments and strategies crucial for engineers to economically consider their tasks and selections.
The main target of this guide is on a complete understanding of the speculation and sensible purposes of engineering economics. It explains and demonstrates the rules and strategies of engineering economics and monetary evaluation as utilized to the aviation and aerospace industries. Time worth of cash, curiosity elements, and spreadsheet capabilities are used to guage the money flows related to a single mission or a number of tasks. The choice engineering economics instruments and strategies are utilized in separate chapters to guage the attractiveness of a single mission or to pick out the perfect of a number of options.
A lot of the engineering economics and monetary arithmetic books accessible available in the market take both a pure theoretical strategy or supply restricted purposes. This guide incorporates each approaches, offering college students of aviation and industrial economics, in addition to practitioners, with the mandatory mathematical data to guage options on an financial foundation.
Style: Non-Fiction > Normal > Enterprise & Finance

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Aerospace Testing International – December 2018

Aerospace Testing International – December 2018
Requirements: .PDF reader, 33.2 mb
Overview: Aerospace Testing International is published quarterly to a global fully registered audience of aerospace testing, evaluation & inspection professionals. Coverage embraces the very latest news, features, industry interviews & in-depth technology profiles on available/developing technology, solutions plus specialist services for the aerospace testing community.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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The Aviation & Aerospace Almanac 1995

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Barons of the Sky: American Aerospace Industry by Wayne Biddle

Barons of the Sky: From Early Flight to Strategic Warfare: The Story of the American Aerospace Industry by Wayne Biddle
Requirements: .PDF reader, 64.7 MB
Overview: This panoramic history of the rise of the American aerospace industry traces the careers of the men whose names became synonymous with today’s military-industrial complex: Glenn Martin of Martin Marietta, Donald Douglas of McDonnell Douglas, Jack Northrop of Northrop, and Allan and Malcolm Loughead of Lockheed. Weaving together institutional history and individual biography, Wayne Biddle depicts the years of uncertainty after World War I, the bonanza of World War II, and the cutthroat postwar market. Unlike the automobile industry, the aircraft industry could never be sustained by the middle-class consumer economy, and these legendary founders had to depend on the federal government to keep their companies aloft. Barons of the Sky tells a thrilling story of obsessed men who, chasing their dreams of flight and success, created the modern aerospace weapons industry.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Aerospace America – September 2018

Aerospace America – September 2018
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Overview: A publication of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Aerospace America – October 2018

Aerospace America – October 2018
Requirements: .PDF reader, 13.9 mb
Overview: A publication of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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