Subject: Civil aircraft, Electromagnetic launch (EML)/ EMLs, Electromagneticcatapult, Linear inductionmotor, Linear synchronous motor, Thermal analysis
The engine size of modern passenger transport aircraft is principally determined by take-off conditions, since initial acceleration requires maximum engine power. An elec¬tromagnetic launch (EML) system could provide some or all of the energy required at takeoff so that... View more
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