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The Struck Podcast dives into aerospace engineering and the safety side of the aviation industry. In this show, you’ll learn about new technology in aerospace engineering and the businesses that are driving innovation in the skies. We regularly discuss new EVTOL designs and electric tech advances. FAA designated engineering representative (DER) and lightning protection expert, Allen Hall, gives a deeper look into the intricate systems that keep aircraft safe not only from lightning but from ...
 
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Textron announced the acquisition of Pipistrel, who is working on interesting electric cargo plane designs, the Nuuva series. Does this move make sense for Textron? Plus, we discuss the recent 737 crash in China and the trial of Mark Forkner over his charges related to the Boeing 737 MAX crashes and ensuing investigation. Learn more about Weather G…
 
Vladimir Putin signed a law that allows Russia to nationalize planes, effectively keeping the planes and breaking the ownership contracts. We also discuss Boeing CEO pay, and how CEO pay is rationalized in general. There is news on JOBY’s S4 crash, plus announcements from CityAirbus. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning div…
 
Allen and Dan discuss the Netflix documentary about Boeing – did it accurately represent the facts in the 737 MAX crashes? Plus, they discuss the PR implications of showing off EVTOL aircraft in public spaces and how that will affect the future acceptance of this new market. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters an…
 
A Joby Aviation S4 crashed – Will They Still Be Able to Certify? Plus, DARPA is pushing the limits with an unmanned Black Hawk flight. We also discuss Boeing 787 certification issues, F-35 lightning protection solutions, and the flying car safety outlook. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft lightning…
 
Tom Warner, a lightning researcher, flew the T28 Storm Penetrating aircraft into thunderstorms in the hopes of gathering data and learning more about lightning strikes. Listen in as he share stories from his career as a pilot, atmospheric science and lightning researcher and photographer. Follow up with him on his blog and his YouTube channel. Lear…
 
Natilus is pitching the idea of remotely-piloted cargo aircraft, hoping to disrupt the industry and reduce issues with pilot shortages and current jet designs. But, is it a realistic vision? We also discuss a recent opinion on COVID restrictions from the CEO of TAP airlines in Portugal, Eve’s certification effort, and Eviation’s CEO leaving the com…
 
Airbus mentioned the possibility of building their own engines for a future fleet of hydrogen planes–will they really forgo Pratt & Whitney, GE or Rolls Royce and build them in-house? Plus, we discuss Delta’s push for a USA-wide no-fly list to curb passenger disruptions, Jaunt Air Mobility partnering with Flapper in South America, plus the Eviation…
 
Fedex is asking the FAA to put anti-missile lasers on their cargo planes – is this necessary? The Qatar v Airbus fight continues, with Qatar Airways placing a large order with rival Boeing. And, Beta Technologies has partnered with the US Army – will this propel them even further toward the finish line? Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape seg…
 
Plus, Ehang gets an order from AirX in Japan, the Airbus and Qatar Airways fight continues to heat up, the 5G rollout in America continues to be a debacle, and more. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft lightning protection consulting services. Follow the show on YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit u…
 
Ehang shares it’s new intelligent EVTOL center – are they closing in on launching their aircraft to the public? Plus, we discuss the Airbus A380 returning to service, Airbus vs Boeing 2021 deliveries, Ehang’s intelligent EVTOL center, China’s C919 program and more. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft…
 
Joby has completed a second aircraft prototype for flight testing; this one will go to the Air Force--does this bring Joby closer to the finish line for certification? Plus, Qatar Airways sues Airbus over lightning protection skin damage, a propeller breaks off and enters the fuselage on a bird strike, and we talk about the future of EVTOL stocks.L…
 
Korean Air is using drone swarms to inspect planes - will this work as well as human inspections? The Boeing 777 is getting new directives resulting from their early 2021 engine problems on a United flight from Denver, and Amazon invest in Beta Technologies - will their EVTOL vault ahead of others in the market?Learn more about Weather Guard Strike…
 
Six aerospace executives have been indicted on labor collusion charges - will they stick? Plus, a new report shows that the FAA has approached prosecutors, explaining that Mark Forkner, former test pilot for Boeing, is being made a scapegoat in the 737 MAX crashes. What will this mean for the case? We also discuss Eve Urban Air Mobility's plans to …
 
The Ehang 216 may be certified in a few months, according to new reports. Is this realistic? Plus, is the idea of a supersonic EVTOL feasible or even remotely reasonable? We also discuss the current pilot shortage in the US, the Jetson One sales numbers, Archer news and more.[powerpressLearn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning d…
 
Sydney Seaplanes placed a large aircraft order from Eve Urban Air Mobility, a division of Embraer. Will it work out for them? The Airbus A350 has lightning protection issues stemming from expanded metal foils and paint peeling, leading to a contentious relationship between Airbus and Qatar. We also discuss new EVTOL designs, FAA regulations and mor…
 
The Otto Aviation Celera 500L made some big claims on fuel efficiency and laminar flow. After flight testing, how have those claims held up? We also discuss more Boeing 787 manufacturing defects, the GE9X sand ingestion tests, Joby news on certification and the CityHawk EVTOL.Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters a…
 
Hyundai has spun off its EVTOL business into Supernal, with an interesting aircraft. And, the company shares a big vision for being a start-to-finish transportation company, with aircraft being on piece of the puzzle along with scooters, cars, etc. Plus, Boeing is in hot water with the FAA, now accused of hiring inexperienced or incompetent certifi…
 
AMSL Aero has a boxwing EVTOL design with a prototype that's nearly ready to fly - can this interesting design work? Rolls Royce flies successfully using 100% SAF fuel, Volocopter sees big things happening in Rome, and more.Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft lightning protection consulting services.…
 
The U.S. has an aging air traffic control tower problem. How will airports replace 100+ aging towers? Plus, is the Jetson One personal EVTOL the future of fun-to-fly aircraft, with little to no barrier to the skies? And, will Alaska Airlines' backing of hydrogen conversions mean we see jets flying on Hydrogen power sooner than later? Learn more abo…
 
The Cyclotech EVTOL is back, with a recent flight vaulting it back into the maintstream media. With a very unorthodox lift system, can it really become airworthy one day and reach mass-market acceptance? We also discuss more of the Forkner charges, Boeing 777x freighter rumors, the Boeing Starliner's flight date pushback, Lilium and ABB's partnersh…
 
In this episode, we discuss the Volodrone EVTOL cargo-hauling drone - is it going to be a game-changer? Boeing's former test pilot on the 737 MAX project has now been indicted - are the charges fair? The 787 dreamliner has new parts problems, and we discuss the Pratt & Whitney 3D printed jet engine - could we see a full-scale size sooner than later…
 
We discuss the Tetra personal "Buy n Fly" EVTOL, which purports to be a kit experimental aircraft for delivery in 2022. Will this one-seat concept gain mainstream appeal? Southwest Airlines earned a tsunami of bad PR with 1000s of flight cancellations and a dodgy response as to why it all went down. Plus, LA and the UK are taking steps to get ready…
 
The DigiProp program is aiming to bring complex composite propeller designs to life easier and faster - is it working? Plus, we talk about the COVID recovery and a recent report that $201 billion was lost due to the virus' impact on airlines. Lastly, Ehang showed off its new VT-30 EVTOL recently - where is Ehang going? And, AirBus and Honda are now…
 
Eve Urban Air Mobility, owned by Embraer, has announced an agreement to sell 100 EVTOL aircraft to Bristow, the well-known helicopter operator. What will come of this partnership for the two companies? Airbus is back in the EVTOL hunt, announcing a new aircraft with a unique design. But, it has insiders scratching their heads - why now? Plus, we di…
 
Should a Boeing test pilot face criminal charges for the 737 MAX crashes? Or, is this just the FAA and government looking for a scapegoat in a tragedy? Plus, Boeing faces increasing pressure to sell planes to low-cost carriers at a reduced price: is this good business? Lilium is now a public company, but will their EVTOL take flight with a 25% redu…
 
The Boeing 737 MAX has an extending wheel system - how does it work? The Northrup Grumman Model 437 autonomous aircraft is impressive, but when will we see it in action? And, the Biden Administration is handing out half a billion dollars to aerospace companies and airlines - is it just a bandaid? Great video on the Boeing 737's Wheels here. Learn m…
 
The Gulfstream G700 broke a transatlantic speed record, reaching Mach 0.88 - can they break the sound barrier in the near future? The FAA is investigating Virgin Galactic, asking why they departed from their flight path; they'll be grounded until the answer is satisfactory. And, Archer Aviation just received their G-1 certification, but the ISS non…
 
Raytheon has announced that it will acquire FlightAware, as part of its Collins Aerospace branch - will this pay off? Boeing is under scrutiny by the FAA, again about pressuring engineers - is this valid? And, Archer Aviation is partnering with Reef, a parking garage company, to transform garage roofs into vertiports for their EVTOLs...will it work…
 
Dufour has entered the EVTOL arena, with a tiltwing design - can it work? Plus, we discuss Archer going public, cell phone fires, Viasat radome problems on 737s, and more.Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft lightning protection consulting services. Follow the show on YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and vi…
 
Joby Aviation is now public through their space acquisition deal - what will they now do with the money? Plus. JetBlue is going transatlantic - is this a big deal for the company as they choose Airbus 321LRs for their JFK - Heathrow flights? We also discuss a new folding transwing design EVTOL, continued Boeing Starliner problems and more.Learn mor…
 
In this episode we discuss the recent issues between NASA and Boeing, as the Atlas Rocket and Starliner capsule have had their launch yet again delayed. Boeing has been in the news consistently for quality control issues - is the company simply not what it once was? Airbus and Qatar Airways are in a new spat, this time with Qatar Air unhappy about …
 
Volocopter recently recorded a fully crewed 4 minute flight, whereas Joby performed an unmanned 77 minute flight. The two flights were very different; what do they say about each company's distance to flying commercially? Plus, we discuss how shape-memory allow can help reduce airplane noise at landing, Airbus and Textron news, and more.Learn more …
 
Jeff Bezos blasted off with Blue Origin, successfully reaching space and returning to Earth safely. What's next for the billionaire? Archer has continued to press for dismissal of the Wisk patent lawsuit--will they be successful? And, might Tesla enter the EVTOL market in the future, given their battery technology, engineering sophistication and ma…
 
Heart Aerospace gets a 200 plane order from United and Mesa Airlines, a regional partner. Richard Branson reaches space with Virgin Galactic--what's the significance of this milestone? Reliable Robotics is working on automating Cessna flight--will we have automated, remote cargo flight sooner than later? Plus, FAA fines, EVTOL news and more.Learn m…
 
Eviation prepares for test flights, and the Leonardo AW609 is back in the news--will it finally achieve certification and commercial success? Plus if a plane emergency lands in water or has its parachute deploy (in the case of Cirrus aircraft's CAPS system) is the plane capable of returning to service? And, we discuss United making a big jet order …
 
Can the GE & Safran collaboration produce a viable open-rotor turbine engine, allowing for a greater swept area and increased efficiency? Gogo has successfully tested ground-to-air 5G, recently installed new antennas on ground towers, whereas Starlink's Elon Musk has announced it may take 30 billion USD in investment to keep the company afloat. Arc…
 
Will Jetoptera's fluidic propulsion system work, and reach new applications of aircraft? SpaceX wants their satellite wifi on planes--can they make the technology work with existing radomes? And, can a 3-winged jumbo jet really deliver on fuel efficiency and lift projections?Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters an…
 
In this episode we discuss plane discounts - are used Airbus A330s a viable plane in today's market? The Hermeus team is trying to get a Mach 5 plane to market within five years, and is working with the Air Force on a Mach 5 Air Force One - is this realistic? Plus, Vertical Aerospace is going public with a SPAC merger, and has taken on a significan…
 
Will the Boom Overture supersonic jet take off now that United Airlines has placed a future order? Can Boom succeed where Aerion recently failed? The Boeing MQ-25 drone recently refueled an F-18, a first in aviation. Plus, the Ehang 216 takes flight and Joby announces their new, simple flight controls: are they are a game-changer?Learn more about W…
 
Bye Aerospace lost their battery supplier, as Oxis Energy went into bankruptcy--what does this mean for Bye? We discuss the Alpha Electro, a trainer from Pipstrel, and the use of electric motors in light sport aircraft. Plus, more new EVTOL designs continue to pour out, including a 40-seat design. But are these prototype renderings just a pipe drea…
 
In this episode we discuss Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH) and their 70% marketshare of the yachting helicopter segment--is this sustainable, and recession-proof? Aerion, who was making headlines with their X2 supersonic corporate jet prototype, has shut down operations. What does this mean for the industry, and should other startups be nervous?…
 
Will the 4-seat Voloconnect EVTOL change everything for Volocopter, as they moving into longer range flight prototypes? Beta Technologies got a big investment round from Fidelity and Amazon-what does this mean for the company's future? Plus, Allen talks electrical grounding; is Boeing in trouble with their latest 737 electrical problems?Learn more …
 
The Aska Drive n Fly EVTOL is being billed as an air SUV, something you can own (for just below $800,000) and fly to the city and back. Is this realistic? Boeing was outpaced by Airbus in the Q1 aircraft deliveries--will this trend continue? Plus, we assess some EVTOL market projections out to 2035...are these analysts just guessing?Learn more abou…
 
In this episode we discuss Boeing's new 737 MAX troubles - the FAA has grounded planes from 16 customers due to an electrical issue. We also dive into helicopter lightning protection and look into the safety records of rotocraft: just how safe are helicopters in 2021, and should we trust them in light of recent high profile crashes the likes of whi…
 
In this episode we discussed the new Horizon Cavorite X5 EVTOL design, FAA regulations on evacuations and middle seats due to COVID, Heart Aerospace's ES-19 electric turboprop plane, and SPAC news--are the EVTOL companies going public overvalued?Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverter strips. Follow the show on YouTub…
 
Lilium, the EVTOL company now going public via SPAC Qell, has unveiled plans for a new 7-seat model of EVTOL aircraft. But, will this heavier model have a chance to fly when no company has demonstrated significant flight time with even a two-seat model? Plus, we discuss recent Boeing 737 MAX orders by Southwest (now confirmed), deliveries of 787s, …
 
In this special episode, Allen and Dan discuss aerospace engineering and the skills that are more important, relevant and evolving in 2021. As aircraft become more and more complex, work shifts increasingly online and remote, and companies push their employees to be more productive, what does the the modern aerospace engineer look like?Watch this e…
 
Ehang is the target of a class action lawsuit, claiming the company has misled shareholders--what will this mean for the Chinese EVTOL company? Boeing reports a significant increase in orders, reaching positive order flow for the first time since 2019. Southwest is nearing an order of 300 737 MAX aircraft, which is more good news for commercial air…
 
LiquidPiston's unique rotary engines are gaining traction, as the Air Force has awarded them a new contract working in the hybrid propulsion space - what does this mean for the Company and the electric aircraft space? News has surfaced on the Boeing 777 Engine failure case, with the Pratt & Whitney engine suffering metal fatigue in fan blades; Alle…
 
Martin Eichenhofer is the CEO & co-founder of 9T Labs, a company that was spun out of ETH Zürich in Switzerland. The company specialises in providing software solutions and manufacturing equipment for producing high-quality and high-performance composite materials using 3D printing. By marrying the worlds of composite materials and 3D printing, 9T …
 
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