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What does PBW stand for?

PBW stands for Power-By-Wire

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Demands are transmitted via power-by-wire and fly-by wire data bus links, modified automatically as they pass through engine and auto-flight computers, with no manual reversion facilities as there were on the Concorde.
Supporting the effort toward the More-Electric Aircraft, TRW has developed a number of flight control power-by-wire alternatives -- electrohydrostatic actuation (EHA) which includes it's Integrated Actuation Package(TM) (IAP) and electromechanical actuation (EMA) -- with the aim of replacing the hydraulic power supply to primary and secondary flight controls with electric.
Supporting the effort toward the More-Electric Aircraft, TRW has developed a number of flight control power-by-wire alternatives including electrohydrostatic actuation (EHA), electromechanical actuation (EMA) and its Integrated Actuation Package(TM) (IAP), with the aim of replacing the hydraulic power supply to primary and secondary flight controls with electric.
Supporting the effort toward the More-Electric Aircraft, TRW has developed a number of flight control power-by-wire alternatives including electrohydrostatic actuation (EHA), electromechanical actuation (EMA) and its Integrated Actuation Package(TM) (IAP), with the aim of replacing the hydraulic power supply to primary and secondary flight controls with electric.
Supporting the effort toward the more-electric aircraft, TRW Aeronautical Systems has developed a complete range of flight control power-by-wire alternatives from electrohydrostatic actuation (EHA), including its Integrated Actuation Package(TM) (IAP), to electromechanical actuation (EMA), with the aim of replacing the hydraulic power supply to primary and secondary flight controls with electric power.