This plane will have a shape matching to the "Ninja Star". The project has started in U.S. and American scientists are trying to make what would the fastest passenger carrier ever developed. It is assumed to reach Tokyo from New York in just four hours.
The underdevelopment plane will have the ability to turn at a sharp angle of ninety degrees. This will be only possible after achieving supersonic speed. Estimates have that it will take passenger to Tokyo from New York in just four hours. "It is a biplane, environmentally friendly, energy efficient, economically viable and capable of carrying passengers at supersonic speeds”, summed Efe aerospace engineering professor Zha Ge-Chen, the University of Miami, responsible for this futuristic design.
The fuselage of this plane will be made of a long tube which will carry all the passengers and goods at the same time. The wings will long and inserted on sideways while having a longitudinal symmetry which will help in balancing at supersonic speeds. "When at supersonic speeds (in excess of 1225 kilometers per hour of sound), this design is not very energy efficient, and also causes a huge explosion of breaking the sound barrier," Zha said in an interview.
The design of the plane shows that it has two cockpits. Moreover which looks like a design out of the famous Star Wars movies. It is symmetrical both the longitudinal and the transversal and can turn on itself during flight for the aerodynamic benefit both positions. So, when taking off, the plane is wider than long and rises easily. Once in the air, gets "side", the motors rotate and stretch the wings, so that they were passing wings be the body of the plane and its width and opposition to the wind are greatly reduced. This plane will be lighter and quieter thus will be a revolution in Plane making companies.
Financial support of NASA for this Project.
This bidirectional futuristic aircraft design has won a loan of one hundred thousand U.S. Dollars from the U.S. Space agency NASA, which has a program to help finance projects that may involve major breakthroughs in innovation and transformation potential of future space missions.
Several School teachers have praised this idea and called it a scientific miracle. "This aircraft could travel from New York to Tokyo in just four hours," said the teacher, who recalled that one of the great problems of supersonic aircraft is energy intensive, because their designs are made to work well at lower speeds to sound. In that regard, he recalled that "the planes always have to take off and land at subsonic speeds, and this requires broad wings, ending affecting the final result."