U.S. Navy Seeks New Production System For Hypersonic Materials

Raytheon
The DOD's $10.5 billion plan to test multiple hypersonic weapon prototypes has inspired a new research project by the Office of Inspector General.
Credit: Raytheon
Hypersonic weapons are driving the U.S. Navy to re-think the way high-temperature materials are manufactured today. Carbon-carbon (C-C) composites and ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) are often used...

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