Typhoon Engine Fitted to World’s Fastest Car

Building a car that can travel faster than a Typhoon fighter aircraft at ground level requires a very special set of skills and the Bloodhound SSC project would not be possible without the expertise of Royal Air Force engineers from 71 (Inspection and Repair) Squadron. Specialist understanding of the stresses applied to mechanical components at supersonic speeds is essential and this video explains why. For more information about engineering careers in the RAF visit http://www.RAFcareers.com

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