- Dec 17, 2009
You don't want to absorb the heat, you want to deflect it. That is why AESA radars have heat syncs and liquid cooling. To do only air cooled means slots will be cut in the nose cone which decreases areodynamic flow and the friction build up at high speed will be more heat entering the array. This radar can only be operated at low speed and high altitude if it doesn't want to overheat which is a severe operational liability.Yes bro I realised it but it tested.build by heat absorbing composite alloys and somewhat streamlined and so somewhat decreased the friction and prevent it from toasting.