Blog posts by Lloyd White
Airbus have now begun development on the new A330-based Beluga XL, with work currently taking place on cutting the fuselage frames. It is also expected that they will commence manufacture…
Though aerospace maintenance is currently a costly and time-consuming process, a new method for 3D printing sensors directly onto aerospace components could help to optimise the process.
Supported by the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), the University of Nottingham has announced that it will be leading a new aerospace project which will provide a unique national testing facility…
New generation aircraft, aided by advancements in fuel-efficient technology are helping to make ultra-long-haul flights a possibility, meaning passengers will be able to travel from one side of the world…
Canadian engineer and inventor Charles Bombardier unveils concept design for Skreemr hypersonic passenger jetBy Lloyd White | Engineering | No Comments
Canadian engineer and inventor, Charles Bombardier, has unveiled a concept design for a hypersonic passenger jet, the Skreemr.
BAE Systems plc and Reaction Engines Limited have recently announced a collaboration to develop a ground breaking new aerospace engine, the Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine, or SABRE, which may be…
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