I think we need to go down the route of hypersonic technology and we are moving in that direction and are not falling behind the Americans," he said on Rossiya 24 TV.
What does HYTECH stand for?
HYTECH stands for Hypersonic Technology
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of HYTECH
- High Yield Technology (Pacific Scientific; Sunnyvale, CA)
- Highest Yoga Tantra
- Hold Your Tongue
- Hot Young Thing
- Hungry Young Talent Media and Entertainment (marketing, consulting, and production)
- Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (Michigan)
- Hybrides Teilnehmer-Anschluss-System (Deutsche Telekom)
- Hawaii Youth Triathlon Club (Honolulu, HI)
- Hypertext Environment for Authoring (Esprit)
- Hydrogen Thermo-Electrochemical Converter
- Hypertextual and Hypermedial Technical Documentation
- Helping Youth Through Educational Scholarships (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Hypermedia Time Based Structuring Language
- High Yield Trust-Offered Preferred Securities
- Have You Tried Rebooting Your Machine?
- Hawaii Youth Tobacco Survey
- Hanyang University (South Korea)
- Hit You Up
- Hip Young Urban Knitter
- Healthy Young Volunteers
Samples in periodicals archive:
I think we need to go down the route of hypersonic technology and we are moving in that direction and are not falling behind the Americans," Rogozin said on Russian television.
In August last year, the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2) reached Mach 20, but only remained airborne for nine minutes.
An interesting sidelight to the presentation by Remington engineers was the HyperSonic technology was so new no shells had been shoulder fired from a regular shotgun.
Apr 29, 2008 DARPA DARPA to test hypersonic planes in May 2009 The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will start testing expendable dart-shaped Hypersonic Technology Vehicle-2 demonstrators in May 2009.
If I can develop hypersonic technology for flying many times the speed of sound, I suddenly have an incredible weapon capability on my hands: a cruise missile that can cross a few hundred nautical miles in a very short time.