Shaving Fuel Burn And CO2 Emissions With Smarter Nacelles

MRAS is currently involved with two nacelle systems.
Credit: Middle River Aerostructure Systems
Through solar power and other innovations, Singapore Technology Engineering is cutting carbon fuel use in its aircraft maintenance operations. Meanwhile, ST Engineering’s design and manufacturing subsidiary, Middle River Aerostructure Systems (MRAS), is shaving fuel burn and CO2 emissions by making...

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