Researchers, officials from New Delhi to Paris try to lay to rest Kaveri engine program ghosts
India's Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and France's Snecma are close to finalizing plans for a new 20,230-lb.-thrust turbofan engine to be developed and built under a joint venture, potentially for the Asian giant's light and advanced medium combat aircraft. The two have worked out a comprehensive work-share arrangement that is expected to come up for government approval before June. Based on India's floundering Kaveri powerplant, a Snecma M88 ECO core and several ...
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