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BWB Aircrafts-the New Generation of Civil Aviation

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Bbdnitm, Lucknow UP, INDIA

Res. J. Engineering Sci., Volume 4, Issue (3), Pages 6-11, March,26 (2015)

Abstract

This research compares the BWB aircraft configuration with the conventional aircrafts on the basis of their aerodynamic and structural characteristics. We emphasizes onaircrafts to meet the future requirements of civil aviation like rising passenger numbers, significantly reducing CO2 emissions, more comfortable flying and shorter travel time. Our study assess the developmental phases of newly developingBWB aircraft configurations, with large commercial tranhave high payload carrying capacity than current mega liners like AIRBUSprogrammes by various aviation giants such as NASA, BOEING, AIRBUS and various advantages and challenges inherent by the BWB configuration in a highly cost-effective manner

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