Stuart Moffatt

In Focus: Stuart Moffatt reflects on one year at Stirling Dynamics


Having reached a one-year milestone with Stirling Dynamics, we asked Principal Loads and Aeroelastics Engineer, Stuart Moffatt, to describe his first year with the company including what projects he has worked on and what a typical day is like.

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Reverse Engineering

Why is reverse engineering needed in some aircraft modification programmes?


Good data is vital to an aircraft change programme but what if the original aircraft data is unavailable? In this blog post, Stirling Dynamics’ Andrew Pfeil considers the importance of reverse engineering under these circumstances and discusses his experience of reverse engineering in the field over the last 15-years.

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Remote Working

IN FOCUS: Sam Hooper discusses starting a new role during a global pandemic


Getting up and running in a new job can be pretty daunting at the best of times but what’s it like starting a new role during a global pandemic? Stirling Dynamics’ newest recruit, Project Manager Sam Hooper, describes his onboarding experience and discusses the projects that he’s worked on so far.

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World Mental Health Day 2020

Mental Health at Work and Beyond


Saturday the 10th October 2020 is World Mental Health Day. In this blog post, Stirling Dynamics’ Human Resources Manager, Natasha Storey, discusses how the company is supporting staff mental health and wellbeing, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bespoke CH-53K Simulator Controls

Developing the world’s first active CH-53K simulator controls


Having successfully produced several bespoke active control simulator cockpit designs ranging from the UH60, CH47 and the F-35, we were approached by our customer to create a set of replica cockpit controls for the CH-53K. Jonathan Boon, ACT Business Unit Manager at Stirling Dynamics, explains how the company responded to the challenge of developing a bespoke set of CH-53K simulator controls.

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Landing Gear Shimmy

We need to consider shimmy when designing landing gear


If left unchecked, landing gear shimmy can be extremely problematic to aircraft. We asked Stirling’s Aleix Gimeno to explain the phenomenon that is landing gear shimmy and why shimmy analysis needs to be considered in the landing gear design process. 

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Virtual Farnborough 2020

How did Virtual Farnborough Measure Up?


For the first time in the event’s history, the Farnborough International Airshow went digital in 2020. Stirling’s R&D Manager, Dr Simon Hancock, discusses his impressions of the virtual event, FIA Connect, and how it compared the real thing. 

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International Wonmen in Engineering Day 2020

In Focus: Jennie Palmer Discusses Life as a Materials Engineer


To help celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2020, we asked Stirling’s Jennie Palmer to talk about what attracted her to engineering, what it is like working as a Materials Engineer and what advice she would give to young girls considering a career in the industry.

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Women's Engineering Society Corporate Partners

Working towards a more equitable engineering sector


With International Women in Engineering Day 2020 almost upon us, Stirling’s HR Manager, Natasha Storey, discusses Stirling’s first anniversary as a corporate partner of the Women’s Engineering Society and the impact it has had on her and the business.

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