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New most powerful hypersonic engine in the world reaches 20.000 km/h, is capable of traveling around the world in two hours and promises to change the rules of the game in global aviation

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Revolution in aviation: new Chinese hypersonic engine, reaching 20.000 km/h, that redefines global engineering, promising trips around the world in just 2 hours

Revolution in aviation: new Chinese hypersonic engine, reaching 20.000 km/h, that redefines global engineering, promising trips around the world in just 2 hours

Imagine crossing continents in less time than it takes to watch a movie. A China announced a revolutionary milestone in aviation that challenges the limits of what is possible: the development of a hypersonic aircraft engine capable of reaching the unprecedented speed of Mach 16.

In addition to promising to transform military aviation, this new engine promises to revolutionize commercial air transport, enabling trips around the world in just two hours. This technological milestone, confirmed by the South China Morning Post, is a notable leap since the project began in 2018, according to details published in Chinese Journal of Propulsion Technology.

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The most powerful hypersonic engine in the world

This advance did not come out of nowhere. The South China Morning Post highlights the engine capable of reaching 20 km/h, classifying it as “the most powerful hypersonic engine in the world”. The duality of its functionality is impressive: up to Mach 7, it takes advantage of rotary detonation for maximum efficiency; above this, it transitions to oblique detonation, ensuring exceptional stability and performance.

Delving deeper into the mechanics of the new hypersonic engine

Delving deeper into the mechanics of this advancement, the engine operates in two distinct modes. Initially, up to the Mach 7 mark, it uses rotary detonation – a well-known but effective method. Once this speed is exceeded, oblique detonation comes into play, an advancement that promises unparalleled stability at extreme speeds.

This ability to switch between modes, perfected by Chinese engineers, not only demonstrates the engine's versatility, but also its potential to revolutionize the aircraft industry.

A Mach 16 future: what does this really mean for the world?

The impact of such technology on aviation is immense. China, by mastering this technological frontier, positions itself to lead the global hypersonic aircraft market. In addition to the obvious military interest, the implications for the transport of goods and passengers are vast. Imagining near-instantaneous global delivery or intercontinental travel in record time is no longer science fiction, but an imminent possibility.

This development not only redefines the concept of global proximity and accessibility, but also highlights China's position as an innovative technology giant. As we move closer to realizing these ultrafast journeys, the world looks on in hope and wonder at the next chapter in the history of aviation.

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Valdir Pereira
Valdir Pereira
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April 4, 2024 18:22 PM

What's the use of a speed like that, you can't even enjoy the landscapes unless you're going to commercial?

Then
Then
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Answer to  Valdir Pereira
April 4, 2024 20:32 PM

At a speed like that it's practically impossible to live lol, the G force increases too much

Marco
Marco
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Answer to  Then
April 5, 2024 20:11 PM

No, it doesn't increase. You are confusing speed with acceleration.

James
James
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Answer to  Marco
April 9, 2024 06:46 PM

Before alleging something you should inform yourself about it, tell me what is the unit of measurement for acceleration? And what is the unit of measurement for gravity? It's not the force of gravity, it's the acceleration of gravity.

Marcelo
Marcelo
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Answer to  Then
April 7, 2024 11:55 PM

Stay informed, best friend. If the jump is progressive in a pressurized cabin or in a pressurized plane, there are no problems!

Pipipopo
Pipipopo
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Answer to  Valdir Pereira
April 6, 2024 08:30 PM

Friend, human beings cannot handle this speed, this will be used in nuclear bombs

Rossano
Rossano
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Answer to  Pipipopo
April 7, 2024 09:18 PM

There is no speed that human beings cannot “handle” as long as the acceleration is not too fast.

Ronaldo Flyer
Ronaldo Flyer
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Answer to  Valdir Pereira
April 7, 2024 12:05 PM

I'm not an expert on the subject, but what will happen to aliens wanting to fly across the galaxy after this launch? Guaranteed outsourcing!

George Anderson
George Anderson
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Answer to  Valdir Pereira
April 8, 2024 19:53 PM

Transport of goods or more likely military

Paulo Ribeiro Pereira
Paulo Ribeiro Pereira
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Answer to  Valdir Pereira
April 9, 2024 07:23 PM

Want to enjoy landscapes, travel by bike

Eduardo Cruz
Eduardo Cruz
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April 4, 2024 19:18 PM

The problem is the plane. With the accordion, the fuselage reached more than 100 degrees, at mach 2. It must be entirely made of titanium and it will be financially unfeasible. News just to interrupt.

crazy jose
crazy jose
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Answer to  Eduardo Cruz
April 7, 2024 15:56 PM

“internet”, this word does not exist in the Portuguese language.

crazy jose
crazy jose
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Answer to  Eduardo Cruz
April 7, 2024 15:57 PM

“Interter”, this word does not exist in the Portuguese language.

George Anderson
George Anderson
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Answer to  Eduardo Cruz
April 8, 2024 19:55 PM

True, this news is more likely to capture the attention of many

Adevanio Melo
Adevanio Melo
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April 4, 2024 21:05 PM

Commercial aviation? No one can survive the G force generated at this speed apart from the high temperature caused by friction with the air.

Marco
Marco
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Answer to  Adevanio Melo
April 5, 2024 20:15 PM

Speed ​​does not generate G-force, acceleration does.

Johnny
Johnny
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Answer to  Adevanio Melo
April 7, 2024 06:23 PM

Remember top gun 2. Acceleration creates G force. Fighters climbing with maximum acceleration upwards to escape the mountain. Straight line speed does not create G-force. Remember when pilots pass out climbing in movies with maximum acceleration.

Joaquim Paulino Leite
Joaquim Paulino Leite
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April 4, 2024 23:19 PM

Ridiculous article. With just the spent fuel, this plane would be economically unviable. Furthermore, as other commentators mentioned that alloy would be used to build such a plane, as the passengers would resist the G force, I think it is nothing more than pure propaganda with no use whatsoever.

Edecir Gomes
Edecir Gomes
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Answer to  Joaquim Paulino Leite
April 5, 2024 14:05 PM

It's going to be with solar energy, not waste compostable 🤣🤣🤣🤣 fuzilage so as not to weigh aluminum and plastic hahaha

Marco
Marco
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Answer to  Joaquim Paulino Leite
April 5, 2024 20:18 PM

G-force… Just restrict acceleration and maneuvers!

Sergio
Sergio
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Answer to  Joaquim Paulino Leite
April 8, 2024 20:32 PM

The engineer said no shit lol

Luiz g
Luiz g
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April 5, 2024 01:31 PM

Do you really think that after everything they have already invented, these Chinese are not capable of developing cabins that reduce internal g-force? Commercial is very difficult but military will certainly be viable. The friend Eduardo who says that the news is just for ENTERTAINMENT, should learn to speak PORTUGUESE before wanting to debate PHYSICS.

Paulo Nogueira
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Answer to  Luiz g
April 5, 2024 03:50 PM

Please, no offense here on the blog! Debates must be held with respect so as not to become a lawless land, as it is today on social media. All good?

Last edited 16 days ago by Paulo Nogueira
Bruno Sassaki
Bruno Sassaki
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Answer to  Paulo Nogueira
April 7, 2024 16:11 PM

Kkkkkkkkk you guys here are very funny….lol

Ulysses Mayo
Ulysses Mayo
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Answer to  Luiz g
April 6, 2024 20:30 PM

Colleague “expert” in physics, since when does speed generate G force?????

Arthur
Arthur
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April 5, 2024 05:58 PM

I want to see it maintain this speed for 2 hours. The amount of fuel it must have and the payload will still be small. Useful missile technology. In commercial aviation it will take a long time. Several decades.

Edecir Gomes
Edecir Gomes
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April 5, 2024 14:07 PM

I've personally heard about this project, solar energy engine, fuselage, aluminum, plastic, and fibers, similar to the one in the Madagascar movie hahaha😃😃😃😃

Claudio
Claudio
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April 5, 2024 18:17 PM

That's it... Then it's almost the speed of light hahaha, the plane would disintegrate in the air at that speed hahaha

Bruno Sassaki
Bruno Sassaki
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Answer to  Claudio
April 7, 2024 16:13 PM

Nothing to see…. ! The speed of light is 300 thousand km per second…! This plane ✈️ only reaches 20 thousand

Sergio
Sergio
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Answer to  Bruno Sassaki
April 8, 2024 20:35 PM

20 thousand per hour and per seconds.

Renato Borges Teixeira
Renato Borges Teixeira
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April 5, 2024 19:29 PM

People also thought that a heavy "vehicle" could never fly, because of the pull of gravity and rough air at certain heights. Today…

March16 missile
March16 missile
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April 5, 2024 21:27 PM

Guys, the important thing now is aeronautical evolution. The engine is being studied. The aerodynamic viability of a future aircraft or missile will take time. The question is catastrophic military use, what would anti-aircraft defense be like?

Gilberto Vicente de Souza
Gilberto Vicente de Souza
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April 6, 2024 02:03 PM

The news only talks about the engine but not the plane. Reaching the mach 16 engine is a great feat but it is only half the challenge. Let's see if they can find a plane that can fly at this speed. And when.

José Herbert
José Herbert
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April 6, 2024 07:38 PM

Used in weapons, the enemy will have no reaction time

Marcelo
Marcelo
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April 6, 2024 10:14 PM

This article looks like propaganda paid for by the Chinese 😂😂😂 and this engine system, the BlackBird SR71, the Pratt & Whitney J58 was already used in the 70s, and it's one thing to have the engine, it's another very different thing to have the aircraft and materials that can withstand that speed , if that were the case, the Americans would already have used the Lockheed SR71 Engines and the Pratt & Whitney J58 in commercial planes, also remembering that one of the biggest challenges is the noise for use in airports and the breaking of the sound barrier, which also causes damage to city buildings. .

Léo
Léo
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April 6, 2024 12:06 PM

While many complain for reasons they don't even understand, just because the Chinese did it, the Chinese continue researching and manufacturing wonders, immune to useless criticism, moving forward ready to dominate

jose diniz
jose diniz
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April 6, 2024 21:50 PM

The fight over speed only generates interest for countries that manufacture atomic bombs, with the idea of ​​wanting to destroy those they don't like quickly without being able to defend themselves, that's what it will be for, and to destroy the world faster with less time, what a pity Only God can save us from this.

Vanzinho
Vanzinho
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April 7, 2024 06:51 PM

The objective is to surpass Russia's “SATÔ missile, so China enters the same technological level as Russia. Possibly the friendship between the two was successful! Congratulations to the only ones who have these missiles to decimate all life on earth. I hope some alien reads this POST and puts an end to these human misfortunes before the end…

Joshua
Joshua
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April 7, 2024 06:59 PM

This is nothing compared to extraterrestrial ships that reach light years per second while the spirit reaches 200 light years per second.

Last edited 17 days ago by Josué
Marcos Borini
Marcos Borini
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Answer to  Joshua
April 7, 2024 08:39 PM

What is important to emphasize is that the Chinese are dominating the world!!
They invest in ALL new knowledge and technology, unlike here where EVERY day we have schools being closed and the money diverted to who knows where.
And do you want to discuss G-force?

Alvaro
Alvaro
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April 7, 2024 10:28 PM

Thinking further ahead, I believe in the evolution that man can achieve, curious to know how to slow down the speed of this engine being used, even if unmanned and using the ground as retention, what weight it would be.

Marcelo
Marcelo
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April 7, 2024 11:56 PM

China showing its technological capacity, not submitting to American technology usurpers!

Iverson
Iverson
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April 7, 2024 14:39 PM

Fascinating

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