GE Testing Unusual Airplane Engine That Saves Fuel

GE Testing Unusual Airplane Engine That Saves Fuel
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GE is testing a new airplane engine which could deliver more power and save fuel.

Naresh Kumar
  • 24 march 2010

GE is testing a new flight engine which could save fuel while delivering more power. The thought behind the engine, first conceived in the 1980s, was to have the engine without an external casing which causes increased airflow through the blades, resulting in more power. The plan was shelved off but is now being revived in the wake of increasing fuel costs.

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