While the full fall-out from the grounding of the Boeing 787 fleet following two separate battery failures remains as yet unknown, there is at least one aspect over which there can be little argument. The basic physics of the lithium-ion battery at the center of the 787 investigation cannot be changed and the focus of the investigation has already shifted rapidly from whether the safety precautions in Boeing’s design were sufficiently adequate to more urgent questions over how quickly ...
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