The work of the AMRC and the Nuclear AMRC on Bloodhound SCC highlighted

28 April 2016

Picture Caption: AMRC head of advanced structural testing, Phil Spiers, pictured with a full scale model of Bloodhound.

The work of the AMRC and the Nuclear AMRC on Bloodhound SCC, the UK-bid to raise the world land speed record to in excess of 1,000 miles an hour, is highlighted in an article in the latest edition of Machinery magazine.

The article can be found at can be found at http://www.machinery.co.uk/machinery-features/bloodhound-ssc-land-speed-record-car-supply-chain-developments/118608/

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