In the 116 years since the Wright Brothers first took flight, quite a lot has changed in the field of aviation. Airframes have changed from wood to metal alloys to composite materials; engines have become more powerful and efficient; and airplanes can now fly farther and faster than ever before. And yet, with all that change, one thing really hasn’t— the aircraft propeller. The propeller blades the Wright Brothers used are only about 5% less efficient than their modern counterparts. How?
The realm of aerospace and aviation, as I suspect you’ve heard plenty times before, a strictly and heavily regulated one. From who can manufacture or repair what to how long or for many cycles a part can be in use, every aspect is subject to intense scrutiny. So, it should come to no surprise that things like engine cylinder cooling fins and aircraft engine baffle and deflector systems also have rigorous inspection requirements.
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