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 23 Aug 2011

Planes of the future.


NASA’s Aeronautics division is working on airplanes of the future that can be faster, more fuel efficient, more environment friendly.
This Boeing also working for the next generation of the planes which expected to be ready for production in 2020.

Design from NASA and GE Aviation for a business-type, 20-passenger jet that would be lighter and more aerodynamic than the airplanes of today.

180-passenger D8 or which expected to take off about 2030.

The body of this plane made from lightweight ceramic composite materials along with nanotechnology and shape memory alloys. The 120-passenger plane is being developed to land at smaller airports. It could fly by 2030.

Boeing is developing the hybrid twin-engine aircraft. It would fly on gas and battery power and carry 154 passengers.

Boeing's design will reduce fuel burn and airport noise levels while reducing sonic boom noise.

Hybrid Wing Body is expected to carry 354 passengers and includes embedded engines using variable area nozzles with thrust vectoring, and noise shielding.

Superfast jet with supersonic speed

Lockheed Martin concept will greatly reduce the level of sonic booms through the use of an "inverted-V" engine-under wing configuration

This oined-wing configuration was designed to reduce drag and increase fuel efficiency. It could be in use by 2020.

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