To meet the needs of the patients who'll be treated by the Neurosciences Institute, Edward has constructed a state-of-the-art neurointerventional suite featuring a biplane
angiography system that provides dramatic image quality for physicians and, for patients, reduces their procedure time, radiation exposure and time under anesthesia.
OUT OF CONTROL Jane is just feet from the ground as the biplane
starts to spin J
Wang and his colleagues Rui Hu, a postdoc in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Antony Jameson, a professor of engineering at Stanford University, have shown through a computer model that a modified biplane
can, in fact, produce significantly less drag than a conventional single-wing aircraft at supersonic cruise speeds.
graffiti work, discovered on the side of Norwich House, has been altered with the words "BANKSY 4 ROBBO" spray-painted alongside it.
graffiti work, on the side of Norwich House, had the words "BANKSY 4 ROBBO" spray painted alongside it.
weighed about 1,100lb (500kg), attained a height of 130ft (40m) and travelled around 6 miles (10km), while today, an Airbus A380 taking off from Sydney weighs about 560 tonnes, cruises at 39,000ft (12,000m) and has a range of more than 9,300 miles (15,000km).
had taken off from White Waltham Airfield near Maidenhead, Berkshire.
If money were no object, she concedes, she would have a biplane
built that would withstand up to 10 +/- Gs and have about 375 hp.
New evidence suggests that dinosaurs may have beaten the Wright Brothers to the punch in coming up with a biplane
About 125 million years before the two airmen lifted off at Kitty Hawk in their biplane
, a 1-meter-long dinosaur was swooping from tree to tree with the same arrangement of wings, a new study suggests.
And spectators at Edwards Air Force Base's open house and air show weren't disappointed, with fighter jets screaming across the horizon and performances from biplane
aerobatics and the precision flying of the U.
I still want to fly in the open cockpit of a biplane