Plane

Aeroplane Kokko:
'One hundred men from under the wing 
 - a thousand tail',  Kalevala

In the future we will travel perhaps by aeroplane which goes on the charcoal.

The carbon is in the wings and the screw conveyors move it to the jet engines.

Very dry and pure powder approaches motors in oxygen-free gas (N2) along teflon surfaces.

Carbon can be leeded to the front of the superchargers of jet engines or gas turbines.

In the theory the aeroplane which runs with the carbon flies 70 % of the general aeroplane's trip.

___________ Test aeroplanes are needed. ___________ Tapani Hakonen