by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||High speed research :, 1994 Sonic Boom Workshop.|
|Statement||edited by David A. McCurdy.|
|Series||NASA/CP -- 1999-209699., NASA conference publication -- 209699.|
|Contributions||McCurdy, David A., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
High Speed Trains: A Review International Conference on Recent Innovations in Civil & Mechanical Engineering | Page [i-CAM2K16] DOI: / . G. a. 1. An accessible and well-researched book. Excellent resource for professionals in the field. 2. The interesting topic of how to beat the competition by following sound business practices. 3. A well-organized book. The book follows the four capabilities of the high-velocity edge. 4. A good use of charts and diagrams to complement the narrative. by: U.S. Supersonic Commercial Aircraft: The High Speed Research Program is working with industry to identify and address critical technological challenges that must be overcome to initiate commercial development of a practical supersonic transport. Assessing NASA's High Speed Research Program Get This Book. High-Speed Dreams: NASA and the Technopolitics of Supersonic Transportation, –, which is cited fre-quently in “Softening the Sonic Boom” and the first four chapters that follow. After a 2-year hiatus, I resumed sonic boom research in March on this new book. I greatly appreciate the opportunity afforded me to write.
NASA's High-Speed Research (HSR) program developed technology to make the HSCT possible within years. Although phased out in FY because of economic constraints, this highly successful program was supported by a team of major U.S. aerospace companies in a research program that began in View High Speed Aerodynamics Research Papers on for free. Since the late 's, this development effort has been referred to as simply High Speed Research (HSR). The following collections take a look, through the years, at some of these research efforts and offer a comprehensive vantage point on the research activities of the NASA research center that manages HSR. High Speed Research Network. The HSRN provides campus researchers and facilities such as Hyak and lolo an unfettered, high speed path to endpoints outside the UW network. In October , the HSRN’s Gigabit per second (Gbps) connection was reconfigured with a second, alternate Gbps path added to the Internet via UW’s Internet.
HIGH SPEED RESEARCH. Aircraft manufacturers of several nations are developing technology to position themselves for the next plateau of international aviation competition: the long range, economical, environmentally acceptable second generation supersonic passenger transport, which could be flying before High-Speed Railway Communications: From GSM-R to LTE-R Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine 11(3) September with . SSPA Research Report No. , Handbook on the Establishment of High-Speed Craft Operation by Linda Styhre and Per Stefenson SSPA Research Report No. , High speed passenger rail systems ( mph and above) now operate in Japan, France, and Great Britain. Several states and local governments, as well as private sector groups, have undertaken feasibility studies to assess the outlook for introducing high speed passenger rail technology in the United States.