Hello Guest. Sign Up to view and download full seminar reports               

SEMINAR TOPICS CATEGORY


Hyperplane

Added on: March 10th, 2012 by Afsal Meerankutty No Comments

A new concept for flight to orbit is described in this paper. It involves mass addition to an ascending, air-breathing, hypersonic lifting vehicle. General laws for flight to orbit with mass addition are developed, and it is shown that payload capabilities are higher than even the most advanced rocket launchers. Hyperplanes are multipurpose, fully reusable aerospace vehicles. These vehicles are using air-breathing engines and can take-off from any conventional airport. They are multipurpose vehicles in the sense that they be used for passenger or freight transport as well as satellite launching. Detailed studies emerged a new concept for hydrogen-fuelled, horizontal take off, fully reusable, single stage hypersonic vehicle, called HYPERPLANE. Avatar, a mini-aerospace plane, design is a technology demonstrator for hypersonic transportation. It is a scaled down version of hyperplane.

Hyperplanes are multipurpose, fully reusable aerospace vehicles. These vehicles are using air-breathing engines and can take-off from any conventional airport. They are multipurpose vehicles in the sense that they be used for passenger or freight transport as well as satellite launching. The key enabling technology for hyper planes is scramjet engines which uses air breathing engine technology. The hyperplanes requires a booster rocket which will give it the supersonic velocity required for scramjet operation. Thus the hyperplanes require normal jet engines for horizontal take off, then a rocket to boost the velocity and a scramjet to sustain the hypersonic speed. Once operational it can even launch satellites at lesser costs compared to rockets. Many nations are working on hyperplane technology, which include USA, Russia, India etc.The only successful hypersonic flight was shown by X-43 of USA.The hyperplane Avatar which is developed by India is expected to be used as a reusable missile launcher. This would be the most modern technology which will revolutionize the modern day’s travel.Here we will discus about the working ,advantages ,disadvantages and various examples of hyperplanes.

1 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 5 (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
You need to be a registered member to rate this topic.
Loading...
Recommend this topic
More Details About This Topic => View Full Seminar Report




References for Hyperplane

http://seminartopics.info
Topic Category - Mechanical Topics

Related Topics