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An unmanned X-51A Waverider test plane achieved an incredible speed of more than 3800 mph on May 1, reaching Mach 5.1 over the Pacific Ocean. The X-51A traveled more than 230 nautical miles in roughly six minutes making it the longest and most
11 April 2013 Metal body parts from the dead are being recycled into road signs, car parts and aircraft engines. Steel hips, plates and screws used in legs and skulls are collected after cremation and sold on with money raised going to charity.
World demand to rise 6.5% annually through 2016 The world market for turbines and related products (turbine-based engines, generators, and generator sets) is forecast to rise 6.5 percent annually to $165
Russia's Ufa-based engine-maker will deliver the first 10 of 920 AL-31FP engines for the Su-30MKI Flanker-H to India before the end of March, the manufacturer said. The contract with India, the largest one with a foreign client in post-Soviet history,
The State Council, China's cabinet, is currently deliberating a major aircraft engine research and development project, sources revealed Thursday...The investment would be used mainly for research on technology, designs and materials related to
Air Force Research Laboratory program that aims to improve the function of "scramjet" propulsion systems -- an engine type used to combust jetfuel and power flight at supersonic speeds -- theoretically, as high as Mach 24.
A report by Jo Armstrong and John McLaren assessed the future path of government spending. The economists challenged the Scottish government to re-think its protection of the health budget. They warned ring-fencing health could lead to big cuts
I do, on the other hand, need to understand how banks work, because banks have recently failed society, and me, more than aircraft engines have...Speaking in a financial panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the JP Morgan Chase CEO told the
The medical director of the NHS in England plans to publish individual surgeons' results within two years. Sir Bruce Keogh believes this will force clinicians to focus on their performance and seek help when surgical practice falls below acceptable
Safe Air Limited over an accident where an employee suffered fatal injuries. In May Safe Air Limited was ordered to pay a fine of $56,250 and reparation of $22,250 after being prosecuted under section 6 of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992