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I read an article on Scram and Ram jet experiments.Within this article there was a description of two components 'blisks and blings'. I have been unable to find the original article! My daughter is studying Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and cannot find any reference to the component termed 'blings'. Could you help us out?



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This is usually the welding of blades to disks (blisks) and blades to rings (blings). Check www.google.com

http://www.twi.co.uk/industry/aerospac/aero_case12.html

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