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April 14th, 2010

Nanotechnology crucial for aero-space engines

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The best design bureaus in the world are now engaged in developing a fifth generation engine. This could be achieved by using nanotechnology. Two Russian engines of this category will be presented at the Moscow International Show, says Andrei Fomin.

"One of them is the SAM-146 engine for the family of medium-range aircraft, Superjet-100, of the Sukhoi Company," says Andrei Fomin. "This is a joint development by the Russian company "Saturn" with French aviation engine-makers. The second one that will be produced in the future is the PD-14 which is developed by the United Engine-Production Corporation. It is designed for short-range and medium-range aircraft," Andrei Fomin said.

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