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Reverse

In numismatics, the back of a coin; that is to say, the "tails" side. The reverse often usually features some national monument or commemorates some event. The front of a coin is called the obverse.

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The patented PERT (Planar Exit Rear Target) thrust reverser features two blocker doors that serve as the engine's exhaust exit during flight, and are deployed on landing for the reverse thrust function.
Aircelle will have a direct supplier role to the US aircraft manufacturer for these thrust reversers, which are to equip the Longitude's two Honeywell HTF7700L turbofan engines.
Nexcelle was selected in 2010 for the supply of the GE Passport 20 nacelle and thrust reverser.
US aerospace component company Goodrich said on Tuesday it won a contract to supply nacelle and thrust reverser systems to Airbus for all variants of the planemaker's recently launched A350 XWB aircraft.
This resulted in the hook losing hold on the TR sleeve, and allowed the thrust reverser to deploy unexpectedly.
And US company Nordam Group has picked Dowty to develop a new engine thrust reverser for use in the business jet market in a contract worth more than pounds 3.
But the new information appeared to rule out two possibilities: a malfunctioning autopilot throwing the plane into a dive, or thrust reversers deploying.
Although there was never any official explanation for the reverser breakdown, investigators strongly suspected a flaw in the mechanism that controls it.
CINCINNATI -- Nexcelle, the nacelle systems joint venture of GE's Middle River Aircraft Systems and the Safran group's Aircelle, has completed a successful test program for the advanced thrust reverser element of its next-generation Integrated Propulsion System (IPS) technology.
At Booths C-I-09 and C-I-12, UTC Aerospace Systems will display a variety of the aerospace products that it produces, with a thrust reverser from a Boeing 787 Dreamliner nacelle system taking center stage.
The workload of Aircelle Europe Services' MRO activity has grown considerably since the company's creation in 2002, and this new facility provides additional volume needed to handle our current thrust reverser and nacelle products, while also opening capacity for the new nacelles from Aircelle's program wins in recent years, in particular on A320neo and A330neo" said Aircelle Chairman and CEO Martin Sion.