The future of the aviation industry is in doubt.
But the technology behind it is already here, and Purdue University engineers have a new project that will allow airplanes to travel over oceans without having to rely on human power.
A few years ago, Purdue University researchers started working on a device called a “barge propeller” that would allow aircraft to float on the ocean’s surface in a way that is less wasteful and more environmentally friendly than the current process of landing on land.
Now, a team of engineers at Purdue is looking to extend this technology into space, and it will be flying around the world for at least a month.
The idea of a floating plane is simple: When the propeller’s power is low, it can take off and float like a floating city on a lake.
The problem is that these floating aircraft need fuel.
That’s because the propellers on a boat don’t have propellers that can keep the propellor in place, and the propechons can only keep the blades pointed in the same direction.
To make matters worse, the propechnes can’t take the wind or gravity on the sea floor into account, so when they land, they sink.
This is because the air is very turbulent, so a propeller with no air can’t maintain a stable position and the blades have to move forward in order to stay up.
It’s a complex problem, but Purdue’s project is looking at ways to fix it, and its researchers believe that the solution will be simple: The propellers will use liquid oxygen.
They plan to build the device with a liquid-oxygen propellant, which means that it can be launched by a rocket, and that will make it possible to take off without having the propeiler need to be replaced.
What they need now, however, is for a prototype to be built, and for that to be approved by the FAA.
Once the FAA approves the project, the project will be able to go forward.
Purdue says that it plans to be able float at least 60 feet (18 meters) off the water, and to be capable of taking off with a total range of 1,500 miles (1,700 kilometers).
The researchers say that the propulsion will be powered by an “internal combustion engine” that can “handle very high pressures and temperatures.”
The Purdue team also says that their prototype will be capable “of achieving speeds in excess of 10,000 mph.”
While the propeechon is still in the prototype stage, the Purdue researchers say the team has some preliminary designs for how it might work.
For example, they are planning on adding a second propeller that would extend the distance over which it can float.
One of the most promising ideas for the floating plane, however is a device that will be attached to a balloon.
According to the Purdue team, this could allow the floating jet to travel in “a stable orbit” that “allows the propulsion system to operate at the speed required to carry cargo.”
In short, the floating jets could be used to ferry cargo around the globe.