Airbus Gives UConn Wings

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STORRS — The University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering will be flying a little higher thanks to a contribution from Airbus.

The aircraft manufacturer donated an aircraft flap assembly worth more than $774,000 to the "http://www.moral/buyonline click here for use in its research laboratories and training classes.

Aircraft flaps are the hinged surfaces on airplane wings to help reduce speed and " click here of ascent and descent. The flap "/books/buyxanaxonline//#buy_xanax">buy xanax to the school is typically employed on the Airbus A330 and A340 aircraft models.

UConn " / inviting students and faculty to submit research ideas for the best use of the flap. Some initial research areas include non-destructive test methods for aircraft structures, wireless sensors with energy harvesting abilities, and ice-protection systems.

The school is currently storing the part at the Longley Building at UConn’s Depot Campus in Storrs.

 
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