GE Marine’s LM6000 Gas Turbine Models Receive Lloyd’s Register Design Appraisal to Marine Naval Vessel Rules
EVENDALE, Ohio -- GE Marine announces that its LM6000 aeroderivative marine gas turbine PC and PG models have received Lloyd’s Register’s Design Appraisal Document to the Marine Naval Vessel Rules (NVR).
Let the Sun Shine on GE Aviation Durham
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA –- GE Aviation Durham is flipping the switch on its second solar power array that will produce 1.2 megawatts (MW) of electricity.
Amazing New Material Could Revolutionize Jet Travel
In the century following the Wright Brothers’ first flight in 1903, planes have gone through three materials revolutions: wood and fabric fuselages gave way to aluminum and, eventually, to light and strong carbon composites used to make the bodies of the latest planes like Boeing’s Dreamliner and the Airbus A350. But a new and unusual material is now changing the industry again: ceramics.
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