Airplanes are definitely getting cold, but whether it's a good idea to discuss. Fortunately they seem to be wearing surefire benefits, and you can now measure greater efficiency – in theory, and on long journeys. But it is something.
Air travel is a huge source of energy, because you have to build an air in the air and keep it there for a good time. This is often faster but rarely prefers transport on the ground, which allows for heavy work to do the hard work.
In fact, once an airplane goes up, it travels at a very high speed with little or no attachment, which takes you 100 feet or 50 miles. off once. So, the University of Michigan researchers thought that there may be a sweet area where cars could travel out of energy. Now he goes out that there is … a type. 39. The team published their results today in Nature Communications.
The U-M engineers created a model of efficiency for ground transportation and electric and electronic removal (VTOL) aircraft, based on strands from the airlines operating on them.
“Our model represents collective movements in VTOL space and uses parameters from multiple inspections and aircraft design to highlight weight, draw-lift and energy specifically battery powered,” said coaches. T Noah Furbush, reporter in the SU press.
They looked at how these different theoretical cars performed when they were taking different peoples of distances, comparing energy that was used.
As you might think, airplane is not very practical for going a few miles, because you use that energy high and then you have to come back down. But at its 100-kilometer mark (about 62 miles) things look a little different.
For a 100 km tour, one passenger in a flying car uses 35% less energy than a gas car, but still 28 per cent more than an electric vehicle. In fact, the flying car is better than the gas gas starting at about 40 km. But the EVs never go up for efficiency, although he comes near to it. Do you like records?
To improve it, there was a need to lock the numbers slightly, making the idea that taxis would increase their chances of operating at full capacity, with pilot and three passengers, and it did not seem like average vehicles 1.5 people switch significantly. With that in mind, they discovered that a 100 km drive by three direct passengers was affecting the effectiveness of all TES.
This may be a slim effect, but remember that the car would travel about a quarter of the time, without traffic and other issues. And that was the view.
It's fine now, naturally, but studies like this help companies to get into this industry deciding how to organize their service. Marketing. Maybe legislature may look a little different from theory, but I give facts with flying cars.