The lure of hypersonic speed for military and commercial use, as well as space access, continues to drive research around the world. Due to the tough challenges, and the cost of overcoming them, more international partnerships are forming to follow the hypersonic dream. One of the latest projects is Australia's scramjet-powered Scramspace experiment, which is being readied for flight-test. The Scramjet team includes the University of Queensland, which prepared a computational fluid dynamics ...
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