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The new testbed, which is expected to be commissioned inwill support our ongoing industrial transformation and will provide additional capacity as our civil aerospace business jeg to ramp-up engine production and deliver on a record order book.
We have launched a number of new engine demonstrator programmes to address these requirements across our Civil Aerospace portfolio, featuring ejt architectures and innovative technological improvements to deliver 2-shaft and 3-shaft engine solutions for future aircraft applications. The demonstrator engine is now complete and is being readied for test in Derby, UK. The E-Fan X demonstrator will explore the challenges of high-power propulsion systems. CMC components can operate at higher temperatures and require less cooling air, while delivering a significant weight reduction.
These latest advancements offer a whole host of benefits that will define the next generation of world-class engines from Rolls-Royce:. Rolls-Royce demonstrates the future of engine Rolls-Royce demonstrates the future of engine maintenance with robots that can crawl inside engines. Built by our teams in Bristol, the engine is now preparing for test at our facility in Thw. When running at this level, each pair of teeth on the gearbox will editionn more power than an entire grid of Formula 1 cars between them.
More advanced testing will take place during the rest of the year to provide additional data on low power high speed thhe at various pitch and roll angles and at different simulated altitudes. Sign up to get the latest news Contact us. Taking the best and making it better Our technology baseline is the highest in the industry. Ceramic matrix composites CMCs offer multiple advantages rojce a range of high-tech industries with demanding thermal and mechanical requirements.
We look forward to testing the system even more rigorously in the next phase. The CTi fan set will now undergo a range of flight tests. Ceramic Matrix Composites component. CMC components help save on fuel costs since they are lighter weight and require less cooling over traditional nickel-based components.
Testing will initially confirm operational parameters with future tests designed to gather data on the performance of the engine across more than 2, parameters. Create your future with us Help us deliver better power for our changing world.
The team here in Cypress will be dedicated to seeing the commercial application of these technologies that will soon be adopted into advanced manufacturing production methods for gas turbine components.
We launched the UltraFan design in and now we are putting our new infrastructure to work to turn it into reality.
The E-Fan X partnership. Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Siemens have formed a partnership which aims at developing a near-term flight demonstrator which will be a significant step forward in hybrid-electric propulsion for commercial aircraft. Building on these foundations, our product strategy aims to further improve efficiencies while meeting challenging environmental targets so that we deition ideally positioned to power the aircraft of the future.
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CMCs deliver the high temperature capability of ceramics with the strength and reliability that is required for gas turbine engine applications, but weigh less than current alloys.
Combining new core designs and LP systems with new technologies, Advance2 is our eco-system for demonstrating future products in the large cabin corporate jet market. ALM allows engineers to create new designs for parts, and for those parts to be made and redesigned more quickly.
Our stories 18 July Packing even more efficiency into the same nacelle envelope to deliver improvements in SFC performance and an OPR of A New Era for 2-shaft jet engines Combining new core designs and LP systems with new technologies, Advance2 is our eco-system for demonstrating future products in the large cabin corporate jet market.
Our stories 17 July The Rolls-Royce UltraFan app showcases this engine and allows aviation enthusiasts and industry professionals to get an entirely new view of the engine, all in fascinating detail and showcasing the use of high technology and innovation.
CMCs last longer in high temperatures and are lighter than metal alternatives.
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New facility in Southern CaliforniaResearch facility dedicated to research and development of CMC materials and processesand development. The tests are taking place at our Power Gearbox PGB Centre of Excellence in Dahlewitz, Germany, where the gearbox will ultimately run at up tohorsepower — the equivalent of more than Formula 1 cars.
Since acquiring Hyper-Therm init has grown from 15 employees to nearly 50 positions today. From there, manufacturing processes refined in Cypress facility will be applied to a future dedicated production facility for manufacturing of engine components. Esition first run took place on our Attitude Rig, which allows engineers to simulate the effects of the gearbox being on the wing of an aircraft that is climbing after take-off, coming in to land or banking while in flight.
UltraFan also features a new geared architecture power gearbox introduced between the fan and intermediate pressure compressor to ensure that the fan, compressors and turbines all continue to run at their optimum speed.
High power testing will take place next year edifion the PGB Power Rig where the gearbox will reach full power. Our HTC team in California is part of a global team working on high temperature composites. It will also benefit from the latest advancements in test equipment including new x-ray capabilities. The company expects to hire at least 10 more people this year with the potential for forty more positions as production and testing of products increase.
Initial results are showing excellent performance from parts made by a printing technique known as Additive Layer Manufacturing more commonly known as 3D printing and also made from Ceramic Matrix Composites.