Nacelles and thrust reversers look simple but are in fact complex, due to multiple design drivers. They do not require scheduled maintenance but are highly exposed to damage. Now, the evolution of their design may be making the maintenance technician’s life harder. Maintenance, repair and overhaul service providers are striving to find more efficient tools to meet new needs and streamline repair processes. Some engine designers think the nacelle is just an envelope. But a nacelle, ...

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