superplane

superplane

(ˈsuːpəˌpleɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) an extremely large or fast aeroplane
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Calculation process of NBI method is as follows: first, find the single objective advantage; Then, create hyperplanes in the objective space through single objective optimal point (defined as Convex Hull of Individual Minima, CHIM) and build a group normal lines of this superplane. At last, solve lower left border intersection points of normal lines and reachable objectives set by single objective optimization methods to approximate Pareto front.
The military superplane is said to be virtually invisible and is designed to maintain full control over Russia's armed forces in the event of a nuclear war.
Vladimir Putin's military superplane is designed to maintain full control over Russia's armed forces in the event of a devastating conflict.
She's some kind of aeronautical brain, who's designed the superplane they're on.
IT'S been drawn to our attention that if NASA's Mach 7 superplane came into commercial service, it would be quicker to fly to New York from Glasgow than it would be to take a train from Glasgow to Edinburgh.
Ironically it was the Americans who helped make the superplane more of a curiosity than a mainstay, refusing to let it fly over the US landmass and leaving BA and Air France the only operators.
BOFFINS are working on a rocket-style superplane which could jet passengers from London to Sydney in just TWO HOURS - ten times faster than now.
Aerospace engineers say a new type of superplane, the Ascender, will use advanced jet and rocket technology to blast into space and circle the globe at speeds up to 17,000 miles an hour.
But Milosovic's forces were still celebrating around the wreckage of the top secret pounds 30million Stealth Nighthawk superplane.
A US search squad helicoptered the airman to safety seven hours after he ejected from the pounds 30million superplane over enemy lines.
Jeremy had a hurl in a superplane and did his best to convey the sheer face- stretching, filling- loosening excitement of if all.
Germany has been struggling to find the cash to pay their share of the pounds 35billion superplane project, with partners Spain, Italy and the UK.