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After examining various subsonic and supersonic concepts, the teams came up with configurations that met the NASA-stated goals for dramatic improvements in operational and environmental performance over today's aircraft.
Originally posted by aspx
reply to post by oniongrass
yes i'm aware of that " condensing the air to water " its not big of a problem because 90% of the flow is just fresh air, the 10% is like a mini bomb implosion inside the engine, im thinking just to ride the air, like a tornado and have very strong magnetic fields compress hydrogen with incoming air. thus we only need little energy to create a powerful flow, similar to scram jet technology i would like to believe
I guarantee that there is no anti-gravity drive in the B-2. I lol'd though.
Originally posted by stirling
I am auming the electric hybrid type is thee charged weing effect they use on the B2 bombers?
This may be close to the same efficiency of the B2 with its positively charged leading edges and negatively charged trailing one....the rumoured anti gravity drive....
Anybody know if this is the same concept they are referring to in the article?
Originally posted by gagol
Boeing is engaged in developing greener, more economical aircrafts technologies for the future of Civil Aviation. Do not expect them to get sold until 20 years in the future.