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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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Further, the US Federal Aviation Administration and other aviation authorities have directed airlines to modify the engines on A300 aircraft to act as a 'third line of defence' against the unintended deployment of thrust reversers.
The overhaul of our A320CEO family thrust reversers represents another significant step forward in our relationship with SR Technics.
NYSE: SPR] has completed an expansion project on the Spirit Wichita campus to support production of the 737 thrust reverser, the company said.
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.
The thrust reverser is used precisely at the time when high lift devices--flaps and slats--are fully deployed.
The company, a subsidiary of TI Group, has been chosen by Hurel-Dubois, one of the world's leading suppliers of aircraft engine components, as its preferred supplier of thrust reverser actuation systems.
A thrust reverser, used to help a plane brake after landing, deployed in flight in 1991, causing the only crash of a Boeing 767 for mechanical reasons.
Main nacelle elements include the inner and outer barrel, manufactured with composite materials for weight reduction; a fan cowl produced with composites for both weight reduction and strength; along with a target-type two-door thrust reverser and fixed aft nozzle, which are built largely with composites in a design chosen for both performance and weight reduction.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 18, 2015-Aircelle to supply thrust reversers for new Cessna Citation Longitude Business Jet
US-based UTC Aerospace Systems' Aerostructures business has formally inaugurated a new building focused exclusively to production of thrust reversers and the integration of nacelle systems for the Airbus A350 XWB at its Toulouse France site.