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  • DiPaRT » Aircraft Research Association
    Measurement DiPaRT Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies CNC SETTER OPERATOR CNC PROGRAMMER SETTER OPERATOR PROJECT MANAGER PRINCIPAL PROGRAMME MANAGER Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact DiPaRT Aircraft Research Association Services Research DiPaRT What is DiPaRT The Airbus Flight Physics Distributed Partnership in R T DiPaRT was created in 2010 by Airbus UK as a mechanism for communicating with engaging and orchestrating the diverse UK Flight Physics R T community DiPaRT is creating a coherent well informed and motivated partnership that acts as a facilitator between Airbus and the UK Flight Physics community encouraging them to engage in more effective ways and supporting the UK centred capability in design and integration of wings landing gear and associated systems The DiPaRT UK network of organisations and partners identify potential technologies and deliver research aligned with Airbus s R T strategy Working through key partners such as Airbus Group Innovations AGI and ARA the Hub Leaders Airbus ensures the requisite time and effort is invested in fostering and operating DiPaRT Hub Leaders engage and coordinate between Airbus UK and the UK R T community Engagement in DiPaRT provides transparency of Airbus UK s strategic aspirations in Flight Physics R T to the UK R T community as well as giving the opportunity to shape and influence future directions DiPaRT also provides a gateway for joining the Airbus R T supply chain in the UK as well as a means to demonstrate the collaboration and impact value of research proposals which are of growing importance to funding agencies Further to this Airbus provides support to R T activities at a number of levels ranging from letters of support through to project funding DiPaRT key objectives Providing transparency of Airbus s strategic aspirations in

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  • Search Results » Aircraft Research Association
    Code Development CFD Software Code Application Applied Aerodynamics Integrated CFD Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Research Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement DiPaRT Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies CNC SETTER OPERATOR CNC PROGRAMMER SETTER OPERATOR PROJECT MANAGER PRINCIPAL PROGRAMME MANAGER Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact Search Results Search Result Welcome to ARA Welcome to ARA ARA is an independent research and development organisation providing a range of specialist services to the aerospace industry including high speed wind tunnel testing Computational Fluid Dynamics Read more about Welcome to ARA About ARA The launch of the UK Aerodynamics Centre in April 2012 by the UK Government provided funding to maintain the UK s position as a world leader in the aerospace Read more about About ARA Contact Aircraft Research Association Limited Manton Lane Bedford England MK417PF Tel 44 0 1234 350681 Fax 44 0 1234 328584 email business ara co uk mailto business ara co uk Read more about Contact News Read more about News ARA Tests PIV System in the Transonic Wind Tunnel In December 2013 ARA successfully completed tests of a cavity rig in the Transonic Wind Tunnel TWT During these tests Particle Image Velocimetry PIV was used to capture the Read more about ARA Tests PIV System in the Transonic Wind Tunnel Services ARA is a Centre of Excellence in Aerodynamics which offers the complementary services of Computational Aerodynamics Design and Manufacture and Experimental Aerodynamics This combined service enables ARA to provide Read more about Services Computational Aerodynamics The Computational Aerodynamics team has a world class reputation in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD gained from over 40 years of experience developing

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Innovation et technologie Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page fr Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page fr New Page fr New Page fr New Page fr Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Innovación y tecnología Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page es Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page es New Page es New Page es New Page es Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Innovation und Technik Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page de Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page de New Page de New Page de New Page de Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Inovação e tecnologia Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page pt Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page pt New Page pt New Page pt New Page pt Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research İnovasyon ve Teknoloji Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page tr Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page tr New Page tr New Page tr New Page tr Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the

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  • History » Aircraft Research Association
    Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research 创新与技术 Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page zh Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page zh New Page zh New Page zh New Page zh Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact History Aircraft Research Association About ARA History In the early postwar years following the land mark flight of Chuck Yaegar in breaking the sound barrier the SBAC Society British Aerospace Companies perceived the need for a large scale transonic wind tunnel to keep U K industry at the forefront of aircraft research and development a complementary capability for designing and manufacturing high speed wind tunnel models was also identified No single company could afford to build such a facility on its own so 14 major British aerospace companies jointly raised 1 25 million in order to form an independent non profit distributing research and development organisation In 1952 Sir Hugh Burroughes Chairman of the SBAC appointed Mr Ron Hills See photo as the first Chief Executive of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd with the mission of designing the wind tunnel and overseeing the building of ARA A site 50 miles North of London on the north west edge of Bedford was chosen as the location for ARA and the tunnel was first run in 1956 having been officially opened by Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and Ron Hills Reunited in 2002 The companies that founded ARA formed a Council to whom the ARA Chief Executive reports on a quarterly basis on the status of the business and the major issues affecting the Association Since the original one off cash investment by the Council members ARA has

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