Boeing has completed three key tests of the redesigned 787 battery system and could complete its evaluation of the system, including a final check-out flight test, by month-end. Updating the status of the testing and providing new detail of the redesigned battery system, 787-8 Engineering VP Ron Hinderberger says the company is confident of achieving so much in a relatively short time because of the large amount of engineering development test work already conducted in ground labs at ...
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