In the UK, Moog Aircraft takes the lead in an innovative collaborative project.

16th October 2023


Another intriguing development in the Aerospace sector! What are your thoughts on this matter?

Moog Aircraft in the UK, supported by a grant from the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) program, is set to spearhead a groundbreaking collaborative effort. This initiative aims to advance critical technologies for the liquid hydrogen gas turbine fuel systems of tomorrow. Focusing on large commercial aircraft of the future, the project also benefits from the technical expertise of a major engine manufacturer, GE Aerospace.

The collaboration encompasses several key players, including the University of Bath/IAAPS, Cranfield University, Baker Hughes Druck (MAA members), Curtiss-Wright Corporation (MAA members), and Carter Manufacturing (MAA members). This collective effort is dedicated to the development and showcasing of a fuel control system for aircraft hydrogen gas turbines, in addition to non-hydraulic electromechanical actuation systems for adjusting engine configurations.

Moog boasts an extensive aerospace heritage, specializing in flight and engine controls, as well as components for numerous sizable commercial aircraft, such as the Boeing 787, Airbus A350, and Embraer E2. The Moog project team and product development operations will be situated at our cutting-edge facility in Tewkesbury, United Kingdom.

For the full article, check out Midlands Aerospace.

Take a look at our Aerospace Landing Page to find out how we’re getting involved with this incredible sector!

Source: Midlands Aerospace

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