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Aviation Technology

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If you live in the Denver area, love airplanes and dream about working on some of the industry’s most advanced aircraft, then you’ve probably searched high and low for a Colorado A&P program. Well, you’re in luck! Spartan College’s Airframe and Powerplant program will give you the education you need to kick start your aviation technician career.

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People around the world love airplanes and the experience of flying is always thrilling. However, there is another group of people who share the same love of aviation, but their passion is in understanding what makes aircrafts fly and how to repair those parts. For these individuals, aircraft maintenance schools like Spartan College is the perfect choice for those who want to learn how to fix and maintain these outstanding machines.

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Everyone who works with jet engines knows just how loud they can be-- and how much fuel they eat up. Engineers at Ducommun Miltec in Huntsville, Alabama have worked out a system for converting that sound into energy. The discovery came while the engineers were working on the age-old problem of how to make jet engines quieter. Speaking to Discovery News, research engineer Stephen Horowitz explained that their solution was to make a sensitive piezoelectric membrane that turns sound vibrations into electricity. This sensor can then be attached to a special lining that cancels out noise frequencies. Reducing the noise of jet engines has been a focus of private companies, NASA, and other government agencies for years. Hearing damage to aviation personnel, and the noise pollution that impacts people living under flight paths or near airports, could be significantly reduced with quieter engines. Read the full article here.

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