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Propulsion and environmental issues

I was searching the internet for a more environmental propulsion for our sailboat today and was, as usual, looking at an electric/hybrid system. The environmental issue has been a true interest for some time and we try… 391 more words

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GE Aviation | GE9X: The World’s Biggest Fan of Ice

Following the first full GE9X engine test in 2016, GE Aviation used the same engine at its Peebles Test Operation for preliminary icing tests through the bitter cold of this past winter. 29 more words

Propulsion

Rolls-Royce | Trent XWB EASA Certified

The Trent XWB offers value through innovation. Delivering the best power solution for Airbus’ latest aircraft family through an unparalleled combination of proven Trent design and world-class after-sales service.

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Propulsion

Rolls-Royce: How we test our jet engine components

Go on the guided tour of the Mechanical Test Operation Centre, Rolls-Royce Deutschland, to explore how we test our engine components, to ensure that we can deliver the best products in the world.

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Propulsion

Why GE Aviation Is Poised To Lead The New Digital Industrial Era

At GE Aviation, we’re bringing together best-in-class analytics and deep domain expertise to help our customers solve their toughest challenges. That’s why we developed Predix, a complementary and open platform that connects engines, aircraft and operations for unprecedented productivity and predictability.

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Propulsion

Using Inverse Rail Guns for assisted space launch

Following on from the last article on skyline hypersonic travel, Carbon Devices will shortly announce a future space launch system with variants covering a wide range of capabilities. 1,408 more words

Graphene

Future of Interstellar Travel

Space – I came across the article “Here Is the Future of Interstellar Spacecraft” yesterday and thought it was a good overview of the propulsion technologies that are likely to take future spacecraft beyond the Solar System. 73 more words

Engineering