Ordinary Discount Heavy Duty Road Trunk Flight Case Wholesale to Mauritania
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Item No. ： FH-052
These cases are the best way to transport your items and belongings in a safer and protected way. Both option of wheeled and standard flight case are available as per your requirements. Available is various finish and color and compressible, soft protective linings ensures maximum protection during rough transportation vibrations. All type of customization is possible as per your requirements on size, precut foam, wheels and finish.
From an order of as little as 50 pieces you can obtain an aluminium case in your desired size,colour and interior. We can design your perfect case together. Simply contact us directly and we will get back to you.
* Inside : 590*560*400 CM
* Outside: 620*590*420 CM
* Foam lined 10mm
* We will be happy to manufacture individual foam inserts for the aluminium cases according to your requirements.
* 12MM smooth black laminate
* Strong handles fitted
* Heavy duty flightcase fittings
“That’s not a plane, it’s a 3 plane formation” that’s what General Curtis LeMay said of the plans for the WS-110 supersonic replacement for the B-52 back in 1954.
Back in the early 1950s, the B-52 was USAF’s main nuclear delivery platform but with the increasing sophistication of the Soviet defences, a new supersonic nuclear bomber was called for which would stretch the limits of the technology to beyond what was thought possible just a few years before.
The plane that would emerge from the WS-110 design process was the XB-70 Valkyrie. It would be one of the biggest in the world and capable of cruising at Mach 3, something which no aircraft of this type is capable of doing even today. It would also fly at 77,000 feet – 23,500 meters, have a range of 4,280 miles or 6,900 km and carry up to 14 nuclear weapons.
The problem with large planes and payloads is the need for powerful engines which in turn require a lot of fuel which also has to be carried making the plane heavier and reducing the available payload, so in the 40’s and 50’s alternative methods of propulsion were researched.
Nuclear was seriously considered as a power source for jet engines. A nuclear reactor would heat the air in place of jet fuel and could run for weeks or months without the need for refuelling.
But problems with the extra weight of the radiation shielding required for the crew and the low thrust output from early engine designs meant that it became unpractical. Also if a nuclear-powered plane crashed it would be a much bigger problem than a conventional jet due to the radioactive contamination.
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Also during in the 1950’s, a new type of jet fuel was being developed called high energy fuel or Zip fuel. This could deliver up to 40% more energy for the same weight. This was achieved by adding boron, a high energy, low mass element.
The problem with this is that it made both the fuel and the exhaust toxic. When the Zip fuel was burned in the engines it produced solids that were sticky, corrosive and highly abrasive and created a lot of black smoke which could reveal the position of the plane even at high altitude. These solids built up on the turbine blades making them less efficient and in some case causing the engines to fail completely.
One method get around these issues was to use it in afterburners as this didn’t affect the engine itself. This would be used for the quick dash up to supersonic speeds over enemy territory whilst using normal jet fuel for the rest of the journey.
This and the high cost of making the Zip fuel and the inability to overcome the engine damage it caused meant that it also went the same way as the Nuclear powered engines and by 1959 Zip fuels were dropped too.
Both the Nuclear engines and the Zip fuels were proposed for the WS-110 before a new higher density type of conventional jet fuel called JP-6 was developed.
To overcome the extra fuel needed, the North American Aviation’s WS-110 design had “floating panels” at the end of the wings which were essentially huge fuel tanks, these would have been jettisoned when it went to supersonic leaving much shorter trapezoid shaped wings.
LeMay, head of the USAF Strategic Air Command thought that it was too complicated and dismissed the idea and in 1956 the USAF told the designers to continue working on a better design.
Research on the supersonic flight was progressing rapidly and narrow delta shaped wings took the place of swept back or trapezoidal shaped ones of the original WS-110 design along with newer engines that could cruise at supersonic speeds.
During the engine research, a discovery was made in that if the engine was optimised for supersonic speeds, it burned twice much fuel as it did at subsonic speeds but flew four times as fast, meaning that the most economical speed, was the maximum speed.
It was now easier and more economical to cruise almost the entire flight at Mach 3 than it was to fly slower to the target and then dash over the enemy positions supersonically as the older WS-110 design did.
North American also discovered some obscure wind tunnel research into a phenonium now known as compression lift which used the high-pressure shock wave created at the front of the plane at supersonic speeds.
By designing a combination of the wing position relative to the nose, large wing tips which could be tilted down to contain the high-pressure air and a specially shaped engine intake for the 6 centrally placed engines, the plane could ride on the shockwave created by flying supersonically, thus reducing the amount of fuel required.
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