Technology Cool new army tire technology By feendaarers / February 5, 2013 No more flat tires? Sounds good to me See the tires being used on a Pick Up Truck here: www.youtube.com Video Rating: 4 / 5 You may also like Combating Corporate Espionage, a Cyber Counterespionage Event Comes to Virginia By viagra / June 17, 2013 Technology Adoption By dabliaila / June 17, 2013 LinkTech Inc. Launches Ideal Replacement for a Luer Fitting By PiatkowskiKrauser347 / June 15, 2013 Productivity Future Vision (2011) By / June 14, 2013 Top Up Promotion for Telenor Pakistan on TelephonePakistan.com By brandabut / June 14, 2013 Post navigation SEO Positive Respond to Launch of VineReal Estate Investing – How To Get A Property Appraisal 20 thoughts on “Cool new army tire technology” beehives as wheels, who would’ve thought. Log in to Reply no more flat tires Log in to Reply No air. Log in to Reply I don’t get it 😐 what’s the point of it o.o Log in to Reply cool but i dont think iwould want to to stop going 50 mph Log in to Reply I want those! No more flat tires Log in to Reply Not before a terrorist hiding behind a rock or something sets it off. Log in to Reply Probably the only way Americans could develop a fully independent suspension system. LOL! Log in to Reply None of that’s going to fucking matter when the truck hits an IED Log in to Reply Material fatigue is a major limiting factor. Log in to Reply While it can be classified as a NPT. It more closely resembles and operates like a tweel. A rubber tire wrapped around lexible polyurethane spokes. The problem with the design is that as higher speeds (50+ mph) it gives off unwanted heat (larger friction area), also it gives off unbearable noise. Log in to Reply I wonder how well those would work if they got packed full of mud. Log in to Reply Pneumatic tires have a much, much lower rolling resistance than non-pneumatic tires like you see here. The military probably only uses these because they won’t puncture. Google “non-pneumatic tires”, I’m not exactly an expert. Log in to Reply Actually it’s kinda common sense no? Log in to Reply whats the profit of it? Log in to Reply dang, thats pretty cool Log in to Reply but he’s right Log in to Reply How so ? Enlighten us all on your all knowing knowledge.. You don’t know any information about the tweels, neither person can make either assumption on the video itself. You’re not using your brain correctly. Also obviously either of you never looked up this technology because the mile per gallon is unhindered for said tweel. Log in to Reply Why Oshi, funny how i stumbled upon you here 😛 Log in to Reply If you think a little bit logic you know it is not good for fuel effciency. If you can’t think you have a big problem :p Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.