High-speed civil transport study
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1989 - Transportation
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2000 certification 247-Seat Design achieve advanced technology aerodynamic Aerojet aircraft airframe airports Based Boeing Commercial Airplanes Civil Transport Study commercial transports community noise cruise Mach number Cryogenically Cryogenically Fueled Design Mach number design range Design With 5,000-nmi drag economic attractiveness economic viability endothermic Engine Concepts engine cycles engine emissions environmental acceptability evaluate Fleet Size Versus forecast High-Speed Civil Transport high-temperature higher Mach numbers HSCT designed hypersonic Jet Noise Reduction Langley Research Center long-range low-boom Mach 2.4 Baseline Mach 3.2 Configuration Mach number Figure Market captured maximum takeoff weight Metal matrix composites methane NACA nozzle NASA noise levels Noise Reduction Concepts overland flight overpressure performance Phase plug nozzle polyimide potential productivity propulsion Ramjet reduce takeoff revenue passenger miles seats shown in figure significant sonic boom stable jet fuel structural materials subsonic superhub suppression technology technical technology development Technology—Mach 2.4 Thermally stable jet Titanium Traffic viable HSCT wing