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Russia and France will Co-Develop Technologies for Promising Aircraft Engines
June 28, 2017 20:49

Director General of the CIAM, Mikhail Gordin, and Executive Director of ONERA, Bruno Senjon

Planned joint research is aimed at improving the economy and environmental friendliness of civil aviation transport.
Russia and France have agreed on joint development of technologies to increase the environmental friendliness and economy of promising aircraft engines, which may be constructed in a decade and a half.
"We are talking about technologies that can be used in promising engines in 15 years. It is not about current engines, but about promising developments," director general of the P.I. Baranov Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM), Mikhail Gordin, said at the aerospace show Le Bourget-2017.
This task has been set with a cooperation memorandum signed at the air show between the CIAM and the French National Aerospace Exploration Center ONERA. The memorandum itself is the prolongation of earlier agreements.
"Today we have extended for another five years the memorandum, which specifies the mechanism for managing scientific research by ONERA and CIAM. In fact, it says that the parties will coordinate the topics of scientific research, study them jointly, and share the results," Mr. Gordin explained.
Particular scientific tasks will be specified in additional agreements. In general, the planned joint research is aimed at improving the economy and environmental friendliness of civil aviation transport, that is, to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.
"This is the main topic that Europe is concerned about. We have certain developments that can help them, for example, in turbines, compressors, other engine components, and in the field of simulation analysis," - Mikhail Gordin pointed out.
According to him, Russia also benefits from cooperation with French colleagues, as it is a good possibility to monitor the level of aviation science in the world and use advanced foreign experience in its own developments.
"The results are different for all: in some things we are lagging behind, and in some things we have finds, which they do not have; this is the main goal of cooperation. It is not possible to be ahead in everything and there must be mutual exchange. If we do not communicate with Americans, French and Germans on such things, then we will not receive information that may be helpful in engineering certain types of domestic aviation” - the general director emphasized.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

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