Bradley Perrett (Beijing), Leithen Francis (Beijing)September 26, 2011
Perhaps the trickiest decision in designing a turboprop airliner is choosing the speed. The main point of such aircraft is economy, but speed for a turboprop simply equates to power, and power equates to fuel burn—not to mention engine mass and cost. Moreover, many aviation professionals argue that...
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