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NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT)

Overview

NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) facility
NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT). Credits: NASA

The NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed (NEAT) is a NASA reconfigurable testbed used to design, develop, assemble and test electric aircraft power systems, from a small, one or two person aircraft up to 20 MW (27,000 hp) airliners. NASA research agreements (NRA) are granted to develop electric-propulsion components.

Capability

NEAT configured to test a lightly distributed turboelectric aircraft.
NEAT configured to test a lightly distributed turboelectric aircraft. Credits: NASA

EAP Resources

The EAP team has a wide selection of resources available. Explore the link below to locate technical documents and presentations.

Publications


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