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  • FBW
    FBW
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    • Dec 2011
    • 3124

    Franco-German fighter redux

    https://sldinfo.com/2019/02/an-updat...february-2019/

    Parly also announced a 115 million contract for a feasibility study, dubbed Turenne 2, in which Safran will develop new turbine blades for the M88 engine, which powers the Rafale fighter jet.

    The new blades are expected to boost the M88s thrust to nine tons compared to the present 7.5 tons.
    he joint concept study seeks to define architecture and concepts of the Next Generation Fighter, a pack of remote carriers, and missiles. These elements are due to be hooked up in the Future Combat Air System, a system of systems.
  • TomcatViP
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    • Nov 2011
    • 5856

    #2
    115 millions deuros pour des aubes de nouvelle gnration (tudes dites Turenne 2 ). Ces tudes permettront de gagner 150 degrs dici 2025 sur la temprature des turbines haute pression des moteur. Aujourdhui, un moteur de Rafale supporte une temprature dj trs leve denviron 1850 degrs, il sagit de rendre un moteur capable de supporter une temprature denviron 2000 degrs. Ce type de dveloppement technologique est essentiel pour le dveloppement du moteur de lavion de combat du futur , explique le ministre des Armes.
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    115 million euros for new generation [M88's] blades (so-called "Turenne 2" studies). These studies will make it possible to gain 150 degrees by 2025 on the temperature of the high-pressure engine turbines. "Today, a Rafale engine withstands an already very high temperature of about 1850 degrees, which is to make an engine capable of withstanding a temperature of about 2000 degrees. This type of technological development is essential for the development of the engine of the combat aircraft of the future, "explains the Ministry of the Armed Forces.
    Source:
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/conte...ault-et-airbus

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    • FBW
      FBW
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Dec 2011
      • 3124

      #3
      https://www.defensenews.com/industry...am-terminated/

      FCAS got Brexited

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      • Vans
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Oct 2015
        • 122

        #4
        at this current stage, which of the 5th/6th gen European fighters is likely to be developed all the way? the British effort or the German/French one?

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        • Cream
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Feb 2011
          • 249

          #5
          I repost the pictures of Dassault concept.

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          • St. John
            Rank 4 Registered User
            • Jan 2018
            • 545

            #6
            Originally posted by Vans View Post
            at this current stage, which of the 5th/6th gen European fighters is likely to be developed all the way? the British effort or the German/French one?
            Difficult answer. When you look at the state of availability in the German AF it certainly isn't a good omen though.

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            • FBW
              FBW
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Dec 2011
              • 3124

              #7
              I think we can kill this extra thread now that the original is back. Let Halloweene get his post on now that the Rafale thread has stalled into a flat spin (appropriate metaphor given the discussion there)

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              • halloweene
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                • Jan 2012
                • 4087

                #8
                I didn't interphere on Rafale thread for some reasons FBW.

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