Ventura Aerospace Develops Custom Pressure and Vacuum Test Unit for Fuel Tanks

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Ventura Aerospace has developed a custom pressure and vacuum tester for fuel tanks using a National Instruments sB-RIO and LabVIEW. This unit will control pneumatic valves to cycle the pressure in a fuel tank while measuring pressure and strain data on the fuel tank walls. All wiring and integration of the components was accomplished by our wire harness shop. This particular unit will be used for certification testing and ...

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NI Week 2013, Worldwide Graphical System Design Conference

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Ventura Aerospace will be attending NIWeek 2013. Our team looks forward to the great sessions available at the conference this year. As a Silver Alliance Partner, we look forward to meeting with industry representatives and other Alliance Partners to help each other leverage the amazing tool set that National Instruments has been able to develop.

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Ventura Aerospace Job Opening

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VA-LOGO-NEW-BWVentura Aerospace is seeking qualified aerospace engineers, analysts and drafters for immediate placement.

Please see our jobs page for more details.

 

 

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Ventura Aerospace DC-9-81, DC-9-82, DC-9-83 and MD-88 Rigid Cargo Barrier STC

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Ventura Aerospace DC-9-81, DC-9-82, DC-9-83 and MD-88 Rigid Cargo Barrier STC

Ventura Aerospace, Rigid Cargo Barrier, STCVentura Aerospace has received an STC for the installation of a rigid cargo barrier in the  DC-9-81, DC-9-82, DC-9-83 and MD-88. This STC will be used on the AEI MD-80 freighter conversion program which has also just received an STC.

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Suppressing Lithium Ion Battery Fires

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Suppressing Lithium Ion Battery Fires

Lithium Ion battery fires are some of the most difficult fires to suppress. Along with Class D metal fires, there are few types of fires that present such a risk to equipment and personnel. This is especially true when both are 40,000 feet above ground half way across the Pacific Ocean.

The technology behind Lithium Ion batteries that make them so ideal for powering electronic devices for long periods of time results in unique hazards when they burn. Statistically, Lithium ...

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