Thursday, 11 December 2014

Bloodhound Supersonic Car group tests hybrid rocket engine

Britain's Bloodhound team has taken a slow-but-steady approach toward its goal of breaking the world land speed record, but it appears to be paying off. Bloodhound, along with its partner, the Norwegian/Finnish aerospace and defense group, Nammo, have successfully tested a large hybrid solid/liquid rocket engine at Nammo's test facility in Norway. Described as the "latest in the evolution of hybrid rocket motor technology," it's one of three power plants that will be used by the Bloodhound Supersonic Car when it makes its record attempt in 2016... Continue Reading Bloodhound Supersonic Car group tests hybrid rocket engine

Section: Automotive

Tags: Bloodhound SSC, Hybrid, Norway, Rocket, South Africa, Supersonic

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