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Airframer journal -
December 2005 issue

Waterjet technology meets demands of aerospace industry
By Paul Castle

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Features from this issue:

Engine vibration testing at Snecma

Aussie plane maker launches new light aircraft project

Pop-up propeller takes the hazards out of gliding

Book Review

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VAPS XT offers greater control over simulated environments

Regional jet market set for expansion

GKN appoints chief executive

Fibre-metal laminate could further lighten aircraft

Research centre forms partnership with Airbus

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