By Bjorn Fehrm
April 3, 2017, © Leeham Co.: In the first part of our investigation on how good an NMA can be, we explored low weight and drag fuselage design. We will now continue with the design consequences for the fuselage construction and the cabin.
What drives whether one goes for an Aluminum or CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer) fuselage?
Figure 1. The NMA takes more and more the shape of a 767 replacement (A United 767-200 pictured). Source: United.
What will be the typical dimensions for an NMA fuselage and what will be passenger capacities?
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Category: Boeing, CFM, Future aircraft, Middle of the Market, MOM, Pratt & Whitney, Premium
Tags: 787, 7M7, Airbus, Boeing, CFM, MOM, NMA, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce
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