So even if the wave design is a little less exaggerated in the wings of an airplane of savings in the wing tip vortices can be significant and therefore more efficient flight. The design of the hull in this case is a perfect compromise form for efficiency between salt water and fresh water since the two have different densities. Instead of a normal hull designs elegant has designed a hull with odd contours at specific intervals. The peaks were set at 24, 68 meters from the fore with the valley of 44 yards. These same techniques of fluid dynamics occurring in aerodynamics research indicate that while the dimensions were proportional the concept could be used in any length by simply adjusting the position of the peaks and valleys concave convex in proportion to the length of the hull. So if the fins on an A340 or a C-17 is 68 inches, then depression would be 44 inches. As the air flows through the wing up on the wing-let. For the fuselage of an aircraft of the same idea could be used.
And you thought the old B-52 needed to be re-skin just because they have 500 000 TT airframe hours and wavy and worn? N reality that can actually work better than way to reduce induced drag and a slight modification work exceptionally better, no doubt, interesting. If warplanes intake was monitored over this concept? To reduce the fan blade consumption and wear and proper air flow to help produce maximum sustained soft inputs and thrust? The answer is yes. Most likely, the compression and the Bernoulli principle not only help to this effect that allow flow through the air to hug the surface and under the border area. If we realize that such an effect is compressed air at higher level, while allowing it to flow, that information is equally valuable in hypersonic intakes and engines. Tip vortices of wings are so violent and move much air that he had even considered the potential for wind energy to power the runway lights or blue lights taxes. You may want to Google that a recent study that was done. We must look at these ideas airframe and sections of the tail, as well as unmanned aerial vehicles, smart munitions and airships. Is this something that should be taken into account in the 7E7? We know that the wingtip vortices and wake turbulence have sound.
The sound causes a firm, if we reduce the sound signatures of the tops of the stealth unmanned aerial vehicles may wish that the wavy surface? A submarine or UUV would also benefit from reducing the acoustic signature as the security depends on the submarine could not be detected. There is much benefit for this concept to the inside of the engine intake pipe to reduce the damage of harmonic currents of air and increased friction associated with the boundary layer for temperatures. It also makes sense for the exterior of the hulls of submarines, torpedoes, 18 Wheeler trucks, blimps, the nose cone of the bullet trains, blades of the propeller or airframe.