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  • DETAL URAL DESIGN BUREAU
    flight vehicles produced by the aviation and space rocket industries The enterprise develops and manufactures Radio altimeters Multifunctional systems measuring altitude velocity drift angle sea roughness parameters slant range Airborne radar systems Radio electronic devices for the fuel and energy complex engineering metallurgy railway transport level meters flaw detectors equipment for electric and vibration diagnostics special communication stations radio broadcasting amplifiers two way communication systems Contact Details Address 8 Pionerskaya

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  • DFH
    to which were taken over from general engineering company CRAE Elettromeccanica SpA The company was taken over by German owners in 2001 and moved to a new factory at Ovada The Dragon Fly 333 is being further developed into the Dragon Fly 3334 GP Contact Details Address Via Priarona 82 I 15010 Cremolino AL Italy Tel 39 143 83 57 68 Fax 39 143 865 55 URL www dfhelicopters com

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  • HAL Dhruv
    utility transport commuter offshore executive rescue emergency medical service and law enforcement Wheel landing gear Prototype targeted to fly in 2001 but this not achieved until 6 March 2002 DGCA certification to be followed by FAA JAA type approval Civil version entered production in 2003 Launch customer Azal India Helicopter one ordered 5 February 2003 for delivery later that year Coast Guard high commonality with naval version nose mounted surveillance radar roof mounted FLIR starboard side cabin mounted 7 62 mm machine gun radar console and operator s seat liferaft loudhailer LCH Light attack development CUSTOMERS Indian government requirement for armed forces and Coast Guard to replace Chetaks Cheetahs letter of intent for 300 Army 110 Air Force 150 Navy Coast Guard 40 followed by contract for 100 in late 1996 but allocation revised by 2001 as Army 120 Navy 120 Air Force 60 and Coast Guard seven all to be delivered by 2015 Second production lot contains 20 HAL predicts total military civil domestic orders for about 650 Initial Indian Army aircraft to 201 Squadron COSTS Unit price of basic aircraft approximately RS250 million US 5 2 million 2002 Total programme costs US 170 million by 1997 latest information provided DESIGN FEATURES First modern helicopter of local design and construction Conventional layout including high mounted tailboom to accommodate rear loading doors Four blade hingeless main rotor with advanced aerofoils and sweptback tips Eurocopter FEL fibre elastomer rotor head with blades held between pair of cruciform CFRP starplates manual blade folding and rotor brake standard integrated drive system transmission four blade bearingless crossbeam tail rotor on starboard side of fin fixed tailplane sweptback endplate fins offset to port vibration damping by Lord ARIS anti resonance isolation system comprising four isolator elements between main gearbox and fuselage Main rotor blade section DMH 4 DMH 3 outboard tail rotor blade section S 102C S 102E at tip Rotor speeds 314 rpm main 1 564 rpm tail FLYING CONTROLS Integrated dynamic management by four axis AFCS actuators have manual as well as AFCS input constant speed rpm control assisted by collective anticipator part of FADEC and stability augmentation system acting through AFCS STRUCTURE Main and tail rotor blades and rotor hub glass fibre carbon fibre Kevlar nosecone crew passenger doors cowling upper rear tailboom and most of tail unit carbon fibre lower rear tailboom and fin centre panels Kevlar carbon fibre cockpit section aluminium alloy sandwich centre cabin and remainder of tailboom LANDING GEAR Non retractable metal skid gear standard for air force army version Hydraulically retractable tricycle gear on naval and civil versions with twin nosewheels and single mainwheels latter retracting into fairings on fuselage sides which also on naval version house flotation gear and batteries rearward retracting nose unit naval version has harpoon decklock system Spring skid under rear of tailboom on all versions to protect tail rotor FPT Industries UK Kevlar inflatable flotation bags for prototypes usable with both skid and wheel gear POWER PLANT First three and fifth prototypes

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  • DIAMOND AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
    was completed in June 1996 followed by the DA 20 C1 prototype in February 1997 Series production of the DA 20 C1 is currently under way augmented from March 2002 onwards by the Diamond DA 40 180 Star of which an Austrian version is in parallel production by Diamond Aircraft Industries Workforce stood at 160 in late 2002 Contact Details Address 1560 Crumlin Sideroad London Ontario Canada N5V 1S2 Phone

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  • DIAMOND
    m 2 56 000 sq ft of floor space in 1996 to accommodate wider model range increase production levels and provide new research and maintenance facilities Ground broken for further 5 200 m 2 56 000 sq ft plant in May 2003 Workforce 160 Current products include the HK 36 Super Dimona Katana Xtreme and refurbished DV 20 Katana 100 Diamond Aircraft Corporation produces the two seat DA20 in Canada the four seat DA40 Star became available in 2000 and deliveries of production aircraft accelerated in 2001 DA40 TDI certified and DA42 Twin Star launched in 2002 and D JET announced in early 2003 Diamond announced in May 2002 that it is to expand aircraft production into Germany initially by building Super Dimonas at plant funded in part by Mecklenburg Vorpommern regional government Having achieved sales of 1 700 aircraft up to the end of 2000 Diamond gained a further 176 including Canada in 2001 201 in 2002 and was projecting 265 391 and 540 in the years up to 2005 Diamond acquired UK rotary engine manufacturer MidWest Engines in 1994 but acquisition not announced until Aero 03 show at Friedrichshafen in April 2003 under new company name Diamond Engines

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  • DINAMIKA CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
    knowledge evaluation tools and assets Due to the possibility of cooperation and established relations with TsAGI we are number one on the Russian simulation market developing world class complete systems and perfecting simulation technologies CSTS Dinamika possesses all licenses required for this activity No 906 for development of aviation equipment including aviation equipment of dual application and No 904 for development of armament and military equipment including all codes of

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  • DIRGANTARA
    of Indonesia s collapsed economy beginning in 1997 demanded immediate suspension of further state funding for N 250 and N 2130 programmes Despite this N 250 was then expected to survive alternative support for N 2130 being sought but no new partners for either venture by early 2003 Further estimated investment of US 90 million said to be needed for N 250 N 2130 programme now moribund Manufacturing SBU co manufactures CN 235 Series 200 220 produces C 212 Series 200 under licence from CASA of Spain and was responsible for indigenous N 250 and N 2130 regional airliners Two CN 235s delivered to South Korea in December 2001 and six more due to follow by October 2002 Pakistan Air Force has ordered four and Royal Malaysian Air Force two Agreement 19 June 1991 with BAE Systems to collaborate on production and assembly of Hawks for Indonesian Air Force although all were assembled in UK with Indonesia receiving offset work Co development and manufacturing agreement with AeroCourier Group signed 27 February 2002 apparently as renewed attempt to gain FAA certification of N 250 Helicopter SBU is responsible for licensed production of Eurocopter BO 105 and Super Puma as NBO 105 and NAS 332 respectively and Bell 412 as NBell 412 Deliveries resumed in late 1999 dedicated Eurocopter maintenance centre for NBO 105 NAS 332 and EC 120 officially opened 2 October 2002 Agreement with Bell June 1996 to include Bell 407 and 430 has lapsed Weapon Systems SBU in Menang Tasikmalaya West Java plus smaller plant at Batu Poron Madura develops and produces weaponry for military aircraft Aerospace Systems SBU main business comprises satellite ground systems and components application technology offset and satellite engineering services Subcontract work includes production of components for Boeing 737 and 767 and Lockheed Martin F

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  • D'LONG
    personnel During the second half of 2003 d Long began efforts to raise between US 300 million and US 400 million from private and public sources to re launch the programme with the aim of starting deliveries in 2006 The company intends to retain the Oberpfaffenhofen assembly line but expects to subcontract some 40 per cent of manufacture to China to ensure a price competitive with the Embraer 170 190

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