A new Rolls-Royce facility to develop jet engine technologies that reduce emissions has opened in Bristol The composite technology hub will develop fan blades and fan cases which significantly reduce weight.
UK, Tempest fighter jet is a sixth-generation fighter next decade to be ready.
Tempest to be fully operational in the year 2035 by Britain is supported in tech and designs with cooperation of Italy, and Sweden. The world’s second-largest maker of aircraft engines, Britain’s Rolls-Royce, explores new jet engine which will power the Tempest supersonic warfighter for Britain air strength.
Rolls-Royce engine comprises two electrical starter-generators fully embedded in the core of a gas turbine engine, thanks to which electrical power can be provided right from the engine.
“The electrical embedded starter-generator will save space and provide a large amount of electrical power required by future fighters”.