Pratt Targets Hot, Rotating Blade Use Of CMCs

Credit: Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney is focusing on development of very-high-temperature ceramic matrix composites (CMC) in rotating structures for its future commercial and military engines. The company says it is “not convinced” of the utility of the lightweight material for static parts. The approach, which Pratt...

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