Cosworth wins eight-year partnership deal with AEC

  • 01-Dec-2010 01:14 EST
highresimageTrent_1000_build_tcm239-19344.jpg

Aero Engine Controls has awarded Cosworth a multimillion dollar contract that includes producing components for the engine control system of the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine.


Cosworth Group has won an eight-year, multimillion dollar contract with aerospace engine control leader Aero Engine Controls (AEC), a Rolls-Royce and Goodrich joint venture. Cosworth will produce components for the engine control system of the Trent 1000 that powers the Boeing 787 and the XWB that will power the Airbus A350 as part of the strategic manufacturing partnership. Cosworth will manufacture the main casing for the Trent 1000 FADEC system. This complex component will be machined from a 100-kg single piece of aluminum through a process that will take 22 h and will produce a final item of just 7 kg.


Author:
Sector:
Mentions:
Share
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Grade
Rate It
5.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

2016-08-23
After many years of flat-lining in the supply of new commercial jet engines—with improved models, but with designs dating back to the late 1990s, relying on a continuous path of evolutionary development—a new generation of super-efficient powerplants is entering service, introducing many technologies that will also be applied to future engines.
2016-12-05
SAE International is working with the joint-venture initiative looking to deploy a high-powered DC fast-charging network for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) covering long-distance travel routes in Europe.
2016-12-21
Fuel efficiency—and the economic and ecological benefits associated with it—continues to be the white rabbit of the global aviation industry. While engine builders look toward composites and electrification, and airframe designers toward lightweighting and aerodynamics, engineers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center recently completed testing of a novel concept: the boundary layer ingesting propulsor.
2017-02-21
S.S. White Technologies is supplying flexible rotary shafts for the Honeywell Aerospace Air Turbine Starter on the next-gen GE Aviation GE9X high-bypass turbofan engines.

Related Items

Technical Paper / Journal Article
2010-10-19
Training / Education
2013-03-26