Aircraft project please help?

Aircraft project please help? Topic: Outlining a paper research project
June 17, 2019 / By Etna
Question: Folks, my professor asked me to do a mini research on Aircraft production techniques and submit a 200 page report which must give the outline of air craft production starting from wright flyer1 to A380. I banged my head hard over the internet and couldn't find a page about aircraft production and manufacturing techniques. Please help me out.......... please gimme some sites. pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... If any one has done a project like this already before please help me out. pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...
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Claudine Claudine | 7 days ago
Sorry. But I have a vague suspicion that you are looking for websites where you could do some wholesale cut-and-paste to produce the report he wants. What you need to do is search for a bunch of sites like this (http://www.custac.buffalo.edu/docs/OccasionalPaper30.pdf) where you can glean tidbits and create your own paper. Better yet, the Library should have books that yoou can look through; take notes; and again create sentences of your own. This is what research is all about. You might, just might, I grant you, REMEMBER some of the information you carefully gather. This, I believe, used to be called Education.
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Claudine Originally Answered: GPS for Private Aircraft?
I agree with the others. I personally have a Garmin GPS 196 which is a lot less money than the 396. If you can afford it, the 396 will have about all of the features that you can possibly get in a portable GPS unit. One thing in your wish list that I would be extremely surprised that you could find in ANY GPS unit would be one that can identify other aircraft in the air. What you want there is a radar unit, & there aren't any portable radars for aircraft that I am aware of. One of the features of the Garmin 396 is the ability to receive & display updated weather data to the pilot while in the air. A fabulous feature, that is very new, & unavailable in most portable GPS units. However, it requires a subscription to a satellite weather reporting service, which means an extra fee to operate the unit, where otherwise a GPS operates for free.
Claudine Originally Answered: GPS for Private Aircraft?
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Claudine Originally Answered: GPS for Private Aircraft?
Absolute Best is a garmin 396, handheld and portable and displays real time weather, lighting, storms, forcasts, everything but traffic. Cost is about $2,300 If you're on a budget, check ebay for a garmin 295 or 296, both are great basic tools ---If you really love your dad get the 396 =) no BS, I flew from New York to California this summer and 90% of my navigation was on the Garmin, and I would have never made the trip in 2 days without the weather feature. It also receives XM satelite radio.

Beckah Beckah
first u shud talk over with a few aviation web sites simply select someone like griffith aviation then scroll down the more than a few and plenty of hyperlinks until you discover a few hyperlink so that you can take u two the likes of events , initiatives institution , get on their mailing record and u will discover persons worried within the aviation are extreemly useful . might be check out your neighborhood airfield for a begin you'll be amazed and thrilled . well good fortune and comfortable looking.mike w.
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