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  2. SVCalifornia

    SVCalifornia Formula 3

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    Does it recharge the battery when the wheels touch the tarmac on every landing??

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  3. technom3

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    No just whennl dive it uses the prop for regenerative breaking. I'm kidding.
     
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  5. TheMayor

    TheMayor Eight Time F1 World Champ
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    Wirelessly charged from the ground! :)
     

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  7. ndpendant

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    How long before one of these is in the RED BULL air racing circuit?
     
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    That ended in 2019...
     
  9. NaO

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    Air at 200+ mph becomes a pretty substantial force, I’m sure it won’t be long before engineers figure out how to utilize that to regenerate battery loss.


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  12. tazandjan

    tazandjan Three Time F1 World Champ
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    The Navy uses RATs to power the ECM pods on the F/A-18G., and they have had many other aviation applications.
     

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