The UK division of Norwegian-based aerospace and defense company Nammo will use a version of Reaction Engines’ advanced heat exchanger system in a rocket test site, becoming the first company to announce a non-flight application for the recently perfected cooling technology. The heat exchanger, which is primarily targeted at cooling inlet airflow for air breathing rockets and turbojets, also is being offered for other applications ranging from industrial uses to high performance ...

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