Advances in GSE and aircraft development potential
Aviation Ground Support Equipment is a collection of papers detailing the latest developments in the field. Presented by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, these papers represent the forefront of design and development from some of the world's most prominent area researchers and industry-leading engineers. Covering both the military and commercial aspects of ground support equipment, the work within demonstrates a collective commitment to furthering all aircraft development potential, providing insight into current work and informing future research directions.
The IMechE is the United Kingdom's qualifying body for mechanical engineers and the home of mechanical engineers for over 150 years. Around 75,000 engineers world-wide are members.
Ground support equipment - production viewpoint, A.S. Porter; ground support equipment and the future, N. Parton; EH101 support equipment and diagnostic systems, T. Cullimore, M. Coveney; trends in the design and control of aircraft hydraulic ground test equipment, K.D. Austin, E. Hagen; forecasting ground support-equipment requirements, J. Barker; the machinery directive - its relationship to airport ground support equipment, S. Jackson; modern air travel - supporting and handling the passenger jet, F. Majid.