lunes, 8 de agosto de 2016
From apps that suggest faster routes to airplane wings more resistant to bug guts, NASA is looking at air travel from every angle to improve efficiency and cut pollution. The Convergent Aeronautics Solutions project is very much on the conceptual side of these efforts, but by sparking the imaginations of the agency's brightest minds it could have some sort of say in the future of aviation. 3D-printed electrical engines and adaptive wings are among the five technological concepts selected for this year's project, all of which will now undergo a two-year study with a view to reducing aircraft fuel and emissions.
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