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Research Aims for Happier Landings
Posted Wed August 11, 2004 @11:24AM
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Application A recent design engineering article explores how NASA researchers are investigating ways of making military sea-based aircraft landings safer.
The conditions in which sea-based military aircraft can operate are pretty limited: extreme waves, high winds, and the swirling currents of air created by the shape of the ships often conspire to make conditions too dangerous for flight. Now, novel methods of smoothing airflow over warships are being considered by, among others, the MoD and the US Navy.

Read the full article over at design engineering.

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