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The Rolls-Royce composite carbon/titanium (CTi) fan blade for the Advance and UltraFan engine designs has taken to the skies for the first time, marking another milestone for the programme.
To accomplish this, we needed to understand how changes in engine design and hardware can impact the engine combustion processes," said Matthew Spears, Heavy-Duty Onroad and Nonroad Center Director of EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality.
The prototype was built by modifying a gasoline powered electrical generator with an 8:1 compression ratio internal combustion engine design.
They hope to pitch their electric engine design to a major company.
The evolution of the turobjet engine in the 1940s was the next significant milestone in aircraft engine design.
The DCR engine design avoids such additives, APL officials said.
This new technology provides for greater flexibility in engine design, durability and, ultimately, performance.
Japan), a world leader in diesel-technology development, production and engine design, has also established a new company for the United States.
The basic engine design - one that is more commonly found in racing engines - incorporates an aluminum upper block, a ladder design lower block and an aluminum oil manifold plate.
I am confident that our engine design strategy will ensure we power the future of global aviation.
The robust strength offered from a stainless steel manifold provides for greater flexibility in engine design, durability and, ultimately, performance.
This new engine design can utilize any known fuel source (gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, hydrogen, methanol, ethanol or LPG) or fuel mixture, yet needs zero coolant, lube oil, filters, or pumps.
The engine design follows the principles of the large-bore, Mark 9 engine series that MAN Diesel & Turbo introduced in 2006.
Could an engine design with roots that go back to 1914 revolutionize the way that vehicles are powered in the future?