Pratt & Whitney forms partnership with Ohio State University

  • 17-Jul-2009 01:38 EDT
Pratt & Whitney has established a strategic partnership with Ohio State University focused on engineering research in the field of power transmission and gear technology for aviation engines. P&W will work with OSU on fundamental and applied research initiatives that support the design and development of more efficient and environmentally friendly gas turbine engines. By establishing a long-term relationship with OSU, P&W intends to enhance its investment in gear and transmission technologies with additional improvements. The relationship will enable P&W to work closely with faculty and students.
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