Starlite is liquid paint like substance invented in 70s and perfected in the 80s by the late British inventor Maurice Ward (1933-2011). It is said to be able to withstand heat from 78 nuclear explosions. It can be coated on numerous applications requiring heat resistance namely aircraft engines, and can function without losing its structure or heat resistance properties withstanding heat of up to 78 nuclear explosions.
Is it possible to calculate possible fuel savings of known turbofan engines if operational heat could be increased to starlite insulation temperatures
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It is basedon the relationship between heat or running engines hotter achieving fuel efficiency. The current drawback to achieving higher fuel efficiencies by running engines hotter has been materials operating at their thermal limits which is quite phenominal for achieving this feat. Praises to the scientist and engineers who have relentlessly taken efficiencies and materials to their safe operations limits, and further praises to materials scientists for your unrelenting work in discovering new materials that make for a better world like Stalite. New discoveries like Starlite could take efficiencies to higher levels in this day and age of pollution and higher oil prices and finite oil resources. Such discoveries discussions and questions are good for aviation and for this site.
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