Aircraft Electrical Power Systems - Charged with Opportunities

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Mar 10, 2010

Balaji Srimoolanathan, Program Manager for Aerospace and Defence, Frost & Sullivan in India has produced a fascinating report on the "more electric airplane". You can see a summary at iag-inc.com/articles/aeps.pdf. As this chart shows, aircraft are increasingly becoming "electric". Balaji's research suggests that this is the future of aviation. His mention of fuel cells to be used by aircraft is fascinating - think of where this could go


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