Russia Flies Superconducting Motor A Yak-40LL testbed modified with a 500-kW (670-hp) low-loss superconducting electric motor driving a nose-mounted propeller was demonstrated in flight for the first time at Russia’s MAKS 2021 Air Show at Zhukovsky, Moscow, in late July. “The flight was routine. The...
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