Fotos: Angry Fish, el nuevo avión de Steinbach para Xtreme Air

viernes, 12 de octubre de 2012

El Angry Fish, un aparato aparentemente basado en el Xtreme Air XA-41, ¡pero con el motor radial de la Sukhoi! Si hacemos caso de Daniel Ventura, un piloto acrobático, "Eso tiene un ratio tracción/peso superior a 1. Puede ser la máquina de freestyle definitiva. Ya sabéis para quién es, ¿verdad?"


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Nanorecubrimientos protectores para aplicaciones a alta temperatura (I)

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U.S. Navy evaluating a second railgun prototype

U.S. Navy evaluating a second railgun prototype:
General Atomics' electromagnetic railgun prototype
Back in February, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) test-fired a prototype electromagnetic railgun that had been built by BAE Systems for the U.S. Navy. BAE isn’t the only game in town, however – this Tuesday, ONR announced that it is now evaluating a second railgun prototype, made by San Diego-based General Atomics... Continue Reading U.S. Navy evaluating a second railgun prototype

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ANSYS y EADS suscriben un acuerdo para usar herramientas de simulación

ANSYS y EADS suscriben un acuerdo para usar herramientas de simulación:
Madrid.-  EADS usará herramientas de simulación de la firma ANSYS en todas sus divisiones, en virtud de un acuerdo marco suscrito entre ambas sociedades.

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Burt Rutan’s Boomerang Asymmetrical Plane Now Flies With UAV Navigation Avionics

Burt Rutan’s Boomerang Asymmetrical Plane Now Flies With UAV Navigation Avionics: Aviation Legend’s Pioneering Aircraft Fitted With Company’s Electronic Flight Instrument System The Boomerang twin-engine, asymmetric airplane conceived and built by Burt Rutan was recently equipped with an Electronic Flight Instrument System (“EFIS”) from UAV Navigation. The EFIS runs on the installed AP04OEM2 Attitude and Heading Reference System (“AHRS”) / Inertial Navigation System (“INS”).

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