Rolls-Royce engine

Rolls-Royce, the British car manufacturer and aero-engine manufacturer, has been striving to continuously increase the production rate at its engine assembly plant located in Singapore. The company has been working hard to develop the new Trent 7000 as well as various other new technologies which can potentially be utilized on future engines.

Rolls-Royce also produces fan blades in Singapore for use on the Trent XWB, Trent 1000, and Trent 900 engines. The director for Rolls-Royce in Singapore, Bicky Bhangu, said that the company made 3,100 fan blades last year in Singapore and is currently increasing production rates to achieve annual production of around 7,600 blades by the end of the year 2017.

In past years, most of the engine development typically took place in Europe. Upon successful testing of the engines in the United Kingdom, the production would then be transferred to Singapore. This is the case for the Trent 1000 as well as the Trent 900.

The company recently announced that with the Trent 7000, Rolls-Royce Singapore will also be collaborating in the development process of the engine. The Rolls-Royce Singapore facility will also be assembling the Trent 7000, which is the engine that will power the Airbus A330neo. Bhangu suggested that despite the fact that the first two test engines will be produced in Derby, England, Rolls-Royce Singapore will be utilizing test cells in order to test the Trent 7000 and will also be assembling the test engines.

AirAsia X and Delta Air Lines have already placed orders on the A330neo. The Rolls-Royce company strives to have the Trent 7000 certified near the first quarter of 2017. The company hopes to have entry into service by the fourth quarter of that same year.

Rolls-Royce will be participating in the Singapore Airshow’s Education Day in efforts to engage the next generation. The company will be showing the work that they encounter and hopes to have its Trent 1000 engine on display for the attendees.

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Rolls Royce

The U.S. Department of Defense recently announced that Rolls Royce has been awarded two contracts by the Airforce, each worth more than $70 million. The contracts are meant to provide logistics, supplies and propulsion system sustainment for the Airforce’s C-130J aircraft. The first contract is worth approximately $77 million and requires Rolls Royce to supply 24 spare AE2100DE engines to the Airforce. These engines will then be delivered to Saudi Arabia. The AE2100D3 engine is built to power high-speed regional aircrafts as well as maritime patrol aircrafts. It has a power range of between 3600 shaft horsepower and 4700 shaft horsepower.

The C130J Super Hercules aircraft is an airlifter manufactured by Lockheed Martin. It is designed mainly for transporting cargo, troops and equipment into and out of combat zones. In addition to combat missions the C-130J can also be used for firefighting, aircraft refueling, humanitarian missions as well as search and rescue missions.

In addition to the contract requirements listed above for one of the contracts, Rolls Royce was also awarded a second contract valued at $76 million. In this contract Rolls Royce is required to provide propulsion system sustainment to the Airforce’s C130J aircraft. This sustainment will be done by providing management and logistics support in addition to technical support and engineering services for the aircrafts’ propulsion systems. Rolls Royce will perform work on the aircrafts in both contracts in Indianapolis, IN and the work required for both contracts are expected to completed by the end of February 2017.

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Poseidon Aircraft

Boeing was recently awarded a multibillion-dollar contract with the U.S. Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force. The contract is worth approximately $2.4 billion and is for 20 P-8A Poseidon aircrafts. Out of the 20 aircrafts 16 of them are meant for the U.S. Navy and will be used to replace the Navy’s P-3C Orion Aircrafts. Meanwhile 4 of them will go to the RAAF. Based on Boeing’s Next-Generation 737-800, the P-8A is considered one the worlds’ most advanced anti-submarine and anti-surface aircrafts.

After the announcement of the contract Boeing’s Vice President and Program Manager for the P-8 program, James Dodd, released a statement saying that “We continue to hear feedback from our U.S. Navy customer about the incredible capabilities of the P-8A,” Dodd went on to say that “The deployed squadrons tell us it’s exceeding expectations. We’re looking forward to providing even more capability to the fleet and to Australia.”

This deal with Royal Australian Air Force follows its decision in 2014 to purchase 8 P-8As and in addition to the Australian military other countries such as India currently operate the P-8A and the U.K.s Royal Airforce has also expressed an interest in purchasing 9 P-8As.

 The news of this contract now doubt brought a smile to executives at Boeing especially since the American Aircraft company’ s defense arm recently lost out on a lucrative U.S. Air Force contract to build a new long range bomber. More to that the company was facing uncertainty regarding its F-18 and F-15 production lines in St. Louis, MI. Mainly because the facility was lacking enough orders to justify it remaining open till the end of the decade. After Kuwait announced recently that it would purchase Eurofighter Typhoon jets instead of the Boeing f-18. However, despite this setback with the Kuwait Military Boeing remains optimistic that a deal can still come to fruition and the American based aircraft company will no doubt be happy that while it waits for further deals to be finalized it isn’t left contract-less and has some P-8As to build.

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Hybrid Airplane Engine

Although fuel efficiency standards are not nearly as strict in the aerospace industry as they are in the automotive industry, aviation is still responsible for a large percentage of global emissions. With this in mind, NASA has decided to embark on a quest to develop hybrid aircraft engines. This new initiative is a rare move for NASA in that it will focus primarily upon improving aircraft as opposed to spacecraft.

NASA’s proposed hybrid engine system would combine an electric motor with a more traditional jet turbine in order to efficiently distribute power throughout the aircraft. NASA has yet to produce a test aircraft with hybrid engines, but they have performed extensive ground tests with a number of different hybrid engine configurations. Authorities at NASA are hoping that their hybrid aircraft engines will reduce aircraft fuel consumption by nearly 30 %.

“These systems use electric motors and generators that work together with turbine engines to distribute power throughout the aircraft in order to reduce drag for a given amount of fuel burned,” Amy Jankovsky, a NASA engineer said. “Part of our research is developing the lightweight machinery and electrical systems that will be required to make these systems possible.”

Considering the US commercial aviation industry burned through nearly 9 billion gallons of fuel in 2015, hybrid aircraft engines could present immense savings. NASA already has a general idea of how the new engines will function, but their research team is still hard at work developing additional fuel saving measures. Aircraft fuel efficiency has remained largely uncontrolled over the years, but with proposed EPA regulations looming, hybrid engines may soon become a necessity. Look for NASA to pursue even more aircraft fuel efficiency projects in the years to come.

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The Algerian Air Force has recently placed an order for a dozen Sukhoi (Su-34) “Fullback” fighter bombers from Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association, a Russian aircraft manufacturer, in order to gradually replace their aging fleet of MiG-25s from the Soviet-era. These aging MiG-25s have been patiently awaiting retirement from service as the Algerian Air Force has been undergoing a force modernization program.

According to Chkalov Sergei Smirnov, the Director General of Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association, it took roughly eight years of relentless negotiations for Algeria to finalize their decision to purchase the Su-34 fighter bombers. Smirnov also reported that the Algerian Air Force has shown interest in the long-term purchase of upgraded versions of Sukhoi’s Su-24 “Fencer,” which would meet the changing needs and requirements of Algeria’s ongoing force modernization and re-orientation program. Smirnov did not release any further details of the sale.

The order for 12 Sukhoi Su-34’s is speculated to be a part of the $7.5 billion Algerian-Russian arms deal which was signed in March of 2006 for the supply of land, aviation, and sea-ward defense technologies and equipment as well as anti-missile systems. Igor Korotchenko, a top Russian military expert, informed RIA Novostin late last year that the deployment of the Su-34 Fullback fighter bomber in Syria on combat duty will help potential buyers in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, as well as in Africa, as they will be able to evaluate the aircrafts performance and decide on whether to purchase it or not.

"Several countries in Africa, including Uganda and Nigeria, which [are] waging a war against Boko Haram, could buy the Su-34,” said Korotchenko. “Such top of the range fighter bomber aircraft could also strengthen Ethiopia's Air Force, which still operates a large fleet of aging Su-27 fighters."

The Su-34 fighter bomber has also been cultivating interest from Iraq, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, while Kazakhstan currently operates a squadron which was acquired from Russia.

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With the goal to go after the U.S Army’s Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations Maintenance Program, or ATMP, Lockheed Martin is currently in the process of assembling a team. They have partnered with Cubic Global Defense and Pulau to compete for the $2.8 billion training and simulation contract that is currently held by Raytheon.

The Army’s Training Maintenance Program (ATMP) provides maintenance, lifecycle management and sustainment of more than 250,000 fielded training aids, devices, simulations, and simulators (TADSS) and ranges in support of worldwide Army training. Some of the Army training includes digital range training, urban operations training system, advanced gunnery, combat tactical training, and joint land component constructive training. Lockheed’s partnership with Cubic Global Defense is essential and benefits the program because they currently provide advanced training equipment, solutions and supporting services to the U.S. Army. They will focus on the training for both the individual and collective force. Palua on the other hand supports the Army with operation, maintenance, and logistical services.

Lockheed Martin training and logistics solution general manager and vice president Jon Rambeau said,

"Our ATMP team combines a global logistics and sustainment footprint with smart technology solutions that will maximize the army's operational awareness, and the return on investment in their training enterprise."

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Textron

Saft announced that it was awarded a multi-million dollar contract from Textron Systems for lithium-ion batteries to power Universal Ground Control Stations. Under this $2.2 million contract, Saft will deliver 92 integrated charger batteries. These lithium ion batteries, more commonly known as Integrated Charger Batteries (ICBs), will be used to provide back-up power to control unmanned aerial systems (UAS) stations.

These ICBs will be able to deliver 100 amps or hours while remaining lightweight. In this fashion, the overall size of the battery required for the system will decrease.

Alex Bynum, the Director of Sales for Saft’s U.S. Space and Defense Division, gave his take on the contract:

“This follow-on contract symbolizes a maturing relationship with an established industry leader and validates Saft’s heritage of delivering complete energy storage systems tailored to our customer’s specifications.”

Bynum also commented on potential future uses of the ICB: We look forward to enabling continued demonstration of the ICB’s performance for a range of field-critical applications.

Textron System first gave Saft an ICB contract in 2010. During that time, the ICB was also being used on a wide variety of applications.

Wayne Prender, the Vice President of Textron Systems Unmanned Systems, commended Saft on their work:

“Our UGCS incorporates features and technologies for joint services interoperability, mission flexibility, scalability, and ease of use – making it universally capable for the future force. That’s why we look to trusted industry partners like Saft to deliver solutions – especially their ICB – to ensure our soldiers can complete the mission – regardless of its circumstances.”

Saft is a world leader in manufacturing nickel and lithium batteries.

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saab

Saab has subcontracted OSI Maritime Systems to deliver its tactical dived navigation systems for Royal Swedish Navy’s two new A26 submarines. It is the market’s leading and most comprehensive submarine navigation software available. OSI will be designing, constructing, integrating, and setting to work a tactical dived navigation system (TDNS) for each of the submarines.

The navigation system will provide the A26 submarine with a very wide range of navigational capacity and the tactical features that will improve the operational capacity of the submarine and the overall dived navigation safety. It has also been successfully interfaced with a selection of submarine-specific Combat and Fire Control Systems making it a low risk and ideal solution to submarine navigation. Some of the navigation’s safety improvements include:

  • Advanced navigation fixing techniques: ENS and Raster Charts
  • Bottom Contour Fixing
  • Line of Soundings Fixing
  • 3D Chart display
  • Vertical Sextant Angels
  • Automatic and Manual pool of errors calculation, future prediction of POE, PoE reduction through a variety of means
  • Target motion analysis
  • Water space management and moving havens
  • Fully supports the construction of dived navigation charts

The new A26 is also known to be the world’s most modern submarine program. The program will be able to operate in all oceans and across a broad spectrum of conflict environments.

Saab has begun their construction work on the next-generation submarines with its expected delivery to begin in 2022 and be completed by 2024.

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Israel Navy

The Israeli Navy has just completed its first successful launch of its Barak 8 surface-to-air missile. Developed as a collaboration between the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) and India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), the Barak 8 is a short to long range naval based missile intended to be launched from the sea. Although the Barak 8 will won’t be fully operational for another two years, Israel believes the missile system will allow them to protect their offshore gas fields from Hezbollah militants. During the initial test, a Barak 8 missile was launched from an Israeli ship and intercepted a drone device meant to simulate a hostile craft.

Although the Barak 8 is intended to increase the defense capabilities of Israel and India, the two countries are also considering selling the missile to other militaries.

“In addition to India and Israel, which are procuring it, other armies around the world have signed with IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) to procure the advanced system. Assembly line production of the missiles and their accompanying systems has already begun,”

IAI Program Director for Air & Missile Defence Systems Boaz Levy said.

“The recent trial has given the system a substantial boost among countries that are still considering whether to procure it, and we believe that in the coming years, we will increase the number of signed contracts for its procurement.”

The Barak 8 is immensely versatile and can be used for a number of different situations including everything from supersonic skimmers to high altitude targets. With an advanced radar guidance system, the Barak 8 can engage multiple targets no matter the weather. The Barak 8 also features a vertical launch system, which allows it to be easily integrated into existing and new ships.


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BAE-Systems

The US Navy and BAE Systems delivered 110 advanced precision kill weapons system (APKWS) to Jordan, which makes it the first country to receive the system as an international partner. The APKWS will be used on the Jordanian CASA CN-235 light gunship aircraft. This order was placed back in 2014 through a foreign military sale (FMS).

Al Mousseau, the PMA-242 Direct and Time Sensitive Strike program manager, commented,

APKWS is a versatile, reliable and effective weapon that will enhance Jordan's warfighting capability in the Middle East region. We worked closely with BAE to deliver a strong military capability to our international partner."

The APKWS is a 2.75 inch rocket that has a built in semi-active laser that uses guided technology to hit lightly armored targets in built-up and confined areas.

The CN-235 has speeds up to 454 km/h and can be up at 25,000ft in altitude while still keeping low level flight characteristics. Not only this, the CN-235 has short take off landing capabilities as well. It is powered by two turboprop engines made by GE, coined the CT7-9CE which allows for quick agility, fast response time, high performance, and low fuel consumption. The low fuel consumption equates to roughly 11 hours of flight time. The CN-235ae hold up to 51 people or 13,200 pounds of payload which deems it capable of daily airlift missions.

The short take off landing capabilities are possible through the strong landing gear and tandem low pressure tires. The CN-235 has a light footprint of less than 1800 feet on soft, rough, and unprepared landing trips. It can also perform up to 200 passes in CMR 4.

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