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Aerospace Engineering

Our reputation for engineering excellence has been achieved through the delivery of consistent and superior performance standards

Aerospace systems broadly refer to all the aspects within the aircraft or flying vehicle such as the electrical, navigation, propulsion and hydraulic systems.

Industry and environmental challenges means the need for greener and economical solutions that meet airworthiness requirements is always a necessity for the design.

Our extensive performance modelling and simulation capabilities, environmental test experience and links with academia means we are able to provide our clients with tailored solutions to most complex challenges faced at concept, through New Product Introduction (NPI) and in-service support.

Areas of knowledge and expertise include:

  • Gas turbine and rotative machinery system design
  • Power plant performance and techno-economic and environmental  assessment
  • Reliability and risk assessment of systems
  • Systems engineering and design (mechanical and electrical)
  • Variable Frequency Generator design
  • LRU/sensor design
  • Thermal/fluid/heat transfer assessment
  • Jet engine control
  • Propulsion system Aircraft integration
  • Environmental testing (i.e. RTCA requirements)
  • Aircraft and engine certification activity (i.e. EASA)
  • Equipment qualification
  • Development and validation activities

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