HyperSpace Unveils Hypersonic Combined-Cycle Engine Concept Tests

core enclosed with ram/scramjets
The core is circumferentially enclosed by a cluster of nine dual-mode ramjet/scramjets arranged in load-carrying segmented ducts.
Credit: HyperSpace Propulsion
A novel hybrid hypersonic propulsion system combining superconducting electrical power, a gas turbine, ram/scramjet and magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) technology is being developed by California-based...

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