Day: October 6, 2021
(06 Oct 2021)
GKN Aerospace and KTH (the Swedish Royal Institute of
Technology) are jointly developing fan technology for small
regional electric aircraft.
Under the EleFanT project, as it has been called,
GKN and KTH will
study aerodynamic design, performance, noise and
manufacturing technology for a nested fan powered by electricity,
either from batteries, hydrogen fuel cells or even more
conventional hybrid propulsion solutions.
propulsion solution with a nested fan instead of a conventional
propeller offers significant advantages in three main areas: safety, noise level and engine installation.
demonstrating fan technology for electric aviation, the EleFanT
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travel and leisure post covid
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