He mastered 12 types of parachute systems, 4 types of ram-air gliding parachute and hand glider.
What does RA stand for?
RA stands for Ram-Air (General Motors)
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We have 122 other meanings of RA in our Acronym Attic
- Radiocommunication Act
- Radiocommunication Assembly
- Radiocommunications Agency (within DTI)
- Radiographic Absorptiometry (bone density calculation using a hand X-ray and a small metal wedge)
- Radiological Assessment
- Radiology Assembly of Medical Group Management Association
- Rain (aviation meteorology)
- Rainforest Alliance
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The ECS control logics produces two main typical operating points, one with high flow when the ram-air fan creates enough flow to cool both the ECS main heat exchanger and the ECS motor stator, and the second when it only needs to provide a low airflow for the latter necessity.
Although most of the airborne forces of the world still use round parachutes, some specialized military free-fall units use ram-air airfoils, which provide control of speed and direction, as their primary means of infiltration.
The R1's low kerb weight of 172kg combines with the ram-air assisted 1.
The sharp new styling of the GSX-R1000K3 provides improved aerodynamics and also greater efficiency for the ram-air intake system, to help give it the highest power output in its class.
On the wind front, Suzuki's Ram Air system makes the best of the shape by positioning the ram-air intakes near the centre of the nose cone - where the air pressure is highest.
com), a manufacturer of whole-aircraft parachute recovery systems for general aviation and recreational aircraft, announced that it entered into a manufacturing agreement with CIMSA Ingenieria de Sistemas (Barcelona, Spain), a designer and manufacturer of a variety of military parachutes for the European market as well as advanced ram-air wings for precision aerial delivery.
of payload under a single ram-air parachute, surpassing the previous payload record of 33,000 lbs.