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Unlike other sectors, why does aerospace have 'design approval ' phase?

The short answer is because consumer electronics don't kill hundreds of people at a time if there are flaws in the design. Safety is the main reason why we have the FAA, and design reviews can save ...
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Unlike other sectors, why does aerospace have 'design approval ' phase?

It's mainly because in aircraft design, risk mitigation is built into the basic design, and incorporates various risk mitigation principles such as redundancy, fail passive design, human factors etc, ...
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Unlike other sectors, why does aerospace have 'design approval ' phase?

There are sectors that require design approval, like offshore and ship cranes. Additionally, the design of appliances is currently regulated, see the webpage of the chinese branch of the German ...
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Question about ILS approach categories

The note you are referring to RVR 10 authorized with specific OPSPEC, MSPEC, or LOA approval and use of autoland or HUD to touchdown The FAA must authorize the ...
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