Sunday, 10 April 2016

Super-thin wing design cuts fuel costs in half

NASA is developing a stiletto-like plane wing that's so long and thin that it needs a truss to hold it up. The longer, thinner, and lighter truss-braced wing, as it is called, is aimed at making future commercial transport aircraft more efficient and less polluting.

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Category: Aircraft


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