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Flying V: An Efficient Airframe for Long-Haul Transport CHAPTER FIVE Climate Change Mitigation: Aircraft Technologies 116 Flying V: An Efficient Airframe for Long-Haul Transport By Roelof Vos (Delft University of Technology) 1 Oosterom, W. and Vos, R., “Conceptual Design of a Flying-V Aircraft Family,” Proceedings of AIAA Aviation Forum, Chicago, Il, June 27 – July 1st, 2022. (...) The latter can be achieved by reducing weight and improving the aerodynamic efficiency of the airplane. (...) FIGURE 1: The Flying V reduces energy consumption per passenger-kilometer by 20% due to is unique shape.
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Score: 1715231 - https://www.icao.int/environme...s/2022/ENVReport2022_Art29.pdf
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Student Learning Kit: 1) Note book for English: Finished Size: 8" x 6-1/4" No. of pages: 96 pages (48 sheets) excluded cover Cover: 255 gsm bleach card paper Inside: 68gms local offset paper good quality (Preferred brand for paper: flying, century, premier, packages or equivalent) Printing cover page: Four colour, standard UNICEF blue color along with UNICEF logo on one side, and a message "Unite for Children". (...) Technical specifications: Cloth: Parachute denier 320 ± 10, Dirt resistant, waterproof 100 % polyester with PVC coating: Polyester Cloth, weight per sq. meter = 110 grams approx. PVC coating, weight per sq. meter = 280 grams approx. Weight per sq. meter = 380-390gms total weight Printed with the UNICEF logo in white colour Size: Height 40cm x Width 32cm x Depth 16cm Shoulder straps: Upper Strap of padded shoulder straps (width 6cm with padding of 1cm of Jumbo lawn foam) with an adjustable attachment of lower strap of 4 cm wide A4 quality securely sewn on to the base of the bag Buckle: 11 No.
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Score: 1629789.8 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...e/Student%20Learning%20Kit.pdf
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. • Structural link between the engine and the wing, unique in the industry, allows reducing wing flutter loads on the wings, and thus the aircraft weight. • Nacelle strakes - minimize induced detrimental effect of the engine installation on the wing aerodynamic performance. (...) This increase would have impacted the airframe weight and drag. – Thanks to E2 Fly By Wire special feature, no rudder size increase was necessary. Conclusion • The E190 E2 demonstrated a 17.3% fuel consumption reduction vs. the E190 E1: – Propulsion system: 11% – New wing, aerodynamic improvement and fly by wire: 6.3%
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Score: 1628156.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...nnet%20Session%206%20print.pdf
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Introduction 1.1 Common operating procedures to protect the antenna from hurricane force winds is to lay it on its back to resemble a birdbath, which protects it from flying debris. Unfortunately, due to limited personnel resources and the possibility of losing communications with neighbouring islands, these procedures were not performed. (...) In addition, the antenna was stored in five large crates weighting close to an estimated 4000 pounds. The weight and size of the antenna alone made for difficult transport and the necessary repairs were going to be time consuming. (...) The proposed antenna has newer highly durable components, is more suitable to be rapidly deployed and maintained than its predecessor. 2.4m C-Band fly-away antenna 2.4m fly-away antenna containers — END —
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Score: 1622133.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ATG4/ECARNTG8-ECARRD6-IP04.pdf
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Tsetse fly genome breakthrough brings hope for African farmers Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية 中文 Français Русский Español Italiano About FAO Loading... (...) Publications Loading... Share × Close Tsetse fly genome breakthrough brings hope for African farmers Understanding DNA code for carrier insect will help scientists working to control livestock disease A bite from a parasite-carrying tsetse fly can cause trypanosomiasis in animals and sleeping sickness in humans. (...) A first set of findings on the tsetse fly genome will be published in the journal Science on Friday in a paper entitled ‘Genome Sequence of the Tsetse Fly ( Glossina morsitans ): Vector of African Trypanosomiasis’.
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Score: 1541125.6 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...gs-hope-for-African-farmers/en
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Unfortunately, the area is also home to the tsetse fly, which transmits trypanosomosis. Often lethal, the disease reduces fertility, weight gain, meat and milk production and makes the cattle too weak to be used for ploughing or transport. (...) After six months, the fly population was suppressed by more than 99 percent. (...) It has already successfully eradicated the tsetse fly from the island of Zanzibar and the Southern Tsetse Eradication Project (STEP) in Ethiopia has reduced fly populations by 90 per cent.
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Score: 1535881.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ictory-in-war-on-tsetse-fly/en
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Scroll down to continue They’re ravenous eaters A Desert Locust can consume its own weight in food every day. They target crops and vegetation used to feed people and animals. (...) Scroll down to continue They can travel vast distances Swarms of Desert Locusts can spread with alarming speed. They can fly up to nine or 10 hours each day, consuming crops and forage as they go! (...) Scroll down to continue Paris Rome They can travel vast distances Swarms of Desert Locusts can spread with alarming speed. They can fly up to nine or 10 hours each day, consuming crops and forage as they go!
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Score: 1513939.6 - https://www.fao.org/resources/...tal-reports/desert-locusts/en/
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RPAS/UAS are extremely variable in their weight and size: machines with MTOM of tens of tons (e.g. (...) The Chicago Convention contains provisions explicitly mentioning RPAS/UAS: in Article 8, which deals with (i) obligatory permit to fly in airspace of a Member State and (ii) obligation to ensure protection of manned aviation from RPAS/UAS. (...) LC/37-WP/2-5 - 3 - (B) “Special authorization” by a Member State 2.6 Article 8 of Chicago Convention seems to be explicitly based on the principle that a Member State issues a permit for RPAS/UAS on individual and ad hoc basis. 1 However, in practice states often issue either long term permits to fly for RPAS/UAS; or allow certain categories of RPAS/UAS to fly without specific permit at all.
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Score: 1509447.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...CATEGORIES%20OF%20RPAS_UAS.pdf
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Unfortunately, the area is also home to the tsetse fly, which transmits trypanosomosis. Often lethal, the disease reduces fertility, weight gain, meat and milk production and makes the cattle too weak to be used for ploughing or transport. (...) After six months, the fly population was suppressed by more than 99 percent. (...) It has already successfully eradicated the tsetse fly from the island of Zanzibar and the Southern Tsetse Eradication Project (STEP) in Ethiopia has reduced fly populations by 90 per cent.
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Score: 1504356.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/pt/item/211898/icode/
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Unfortunately, the area is also home to the tsetse fly, which transmits trypanosomosis. Often lethal, the disease reduces fertility, weight gain, meat and milk production and makes the cattle too weak to be used for ploughing or transport. (...) After six months, the fly population was suppressed by more than 99 percent. (...) It has already successfully eradicated the tsetse fly from the island of Zanzibar and the Southern Tsetse Eradication Project (STEP) in Ethiopia has reduced fly populations by 90 per cent.
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Score: 1504356.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/211898/icode/
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