hypersonics


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hypersonics

[¦hī·pər′sän·iks]
(acoustics)
Production and utilization of sound waves of frequencies above 500 megahertz.
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Powell, Thor-Able, Atlas-Able, 220; Heppenheimer, Facing the Heat Barrier: A History of Hypersonics, 47; I.
For details on the tactical missiles, see Kris Osborn, "AF Chief Scientist: Air Force Working on New Hypersonic Air Vehicle," Defensetech, 1 June 2015, http://defensetech.
Directed energy is one of five areas highlighted by the Air Force as investment items for the future fleet; also included were unmanned aerial vehicles, nanotechnology, hypersonics and automation.
Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Sciences; Sensor Technology; Materials Technology; High Energetics; Fusion Technology; Space Technology; Hypersonics and Green Technology.
I believe all we have learned from the X-51A Waverider will serve as the bedrock for future hypersonics research and ultimately the practical application of hypersonic flight.
Researchers in the Centre for Hypersonics at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, developed the original dataset for their HyShot project that aimed to demonstrate the possibility of supersonic combustion under flight conditions and compare the results of shock-tunnel experiments.
Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, he transferred to hypersonics from the company's gas turbine group eight years ago.
Examples are the next generation propulsion, cyberspace information technology, directed energy, hypersonics, composites, and nanotechnology.
I think hypersonics holds the potential for giving us that capability.
It was accepted on behalf of the team by Paul Reukauf, former deputy project manager of the X-43A flight testing and currently hypersonics associate project manager at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, and Charles Nichols, also of NASA Dryden; David Warner of the Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base; and Lowell Keel, Dale McKill and Edward Poole from ATK GASL, Inc.
The future of supersonics, hypersonics, and water-fuelled space travel
The National Research Council's Committee on the National Aerospace Initiative was asked to assess whether the Initiative is technically and financially feasible within its timeframe goals and whether it is operationally relevant to the Department of Defense and National Aeronautics and Space Administration goals related to hypersonics and space access.
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