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Axial stack battery design could unlock the era of supersonic electric airliners

Luke Workman is a complete maniac. He's also one of the world's leading lithium battery pack designers for electric vehicles, and he's come up with a revolutionary battery design that he says could bring on clean, quiet, long-distance, commercial-scale supersonic airliners. .. Continue Reading Axial stack battery design could unlock the era of supersonic electric airliners Category: Aircra
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