CFM eyes future uses for ceramic matrix composites

GE Aviation is investigating the use of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) blades and nozzles for future engines, building on the CMC shroud that will debut on CFM International’s new LEAP engines. Although CFM International is a joint venture between GE Aviation and Snecma, it is GE that holds the...

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