Boeing is preparing a 1000 passenger jet that could reshape the Air travel industry for the next 100 years. The radical Blended Wing design has been developed by Boeing in cooperation with the NASA Langley Research Center. The mammoth plane will have a wing span of 265 feet compared to the 747™s 211 feet, and is designed to fit within the newly created terminals used for the 555 seat Airbus A380, which is 262 feet wide. The new 797 is in direct response to the Airbus A380 which has racked up 159 orders, but has not yet flown any passengers.
….There are several big advantages to the blended wing design, the most important being the lift to drag ratio which is expected to increase by an amazing 50%, with overall weight reduced by 25%, making it an estimated 33% more efficient than the A380, and making Airbus™s $13 billion dollar investment look pretty shaky. High body rigidity is another key factor in blended wing aircraft, it reduces turbulence and creates less stress on the air frame which adds to efficiency, giving the 797 a tremendous 8800 nautical mile range with its 1000 passengers flying comfortably at mach .88 or 654 mph cruising speed (another advantage over the Airbus tube-and-wing designed A380™s 570 mph)
Northrop Grumman’s Supersonic Tailless Air Vehicle (STAV)
Which design will win?
The requirements are ;
1) Fastest Supersonic speed
2) Greatest payload
3) Engine design with lowest noise
4) Fuel efficiency
5) New composite material(not found with present technology)
6) Present airports are able to facilitate
I can play around the design elements and create variations of the factors to give a totally new facelift, now you cannot call that a copyright infringement? I can create better products because I know everyone of your secrets, and knows the factors that will ensure my success, that is why I can create the perfect product and create the greatest demand, which nobody can.
“Study the factors of success and create your own products. If your products is perfect, it will create the greatest demand.”
– Contributed by Oogle