New Airliner Configurations Head To NASA Wind Tunnel Tests

Credit: California polytechnic state university, san Luis obispo
Persuading operators to forsake time-tested tube-and-wing narrowbodies and widebodies for new configurations will be hard. But if the upward trend in fuel price continues, or accelerates as global demand for energy escalates, the promise of dramatic fuel savings may force a shift. Recognizing that...

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