Engine Subsystems
Advanced Air Mobility Market Outlook Charged with Opportunity
For decades, futurists have been dreaming of “flying cars” that are easier and nimbler to operate than a helicopter and accessible to everyone. Today, many aerospace technologies are coming...
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Solid-State Power Controller Empowers Future Aircraft
The future of air travel is evolving beyond fossil fuels with hybrid electric and all-electric aircraft leading the way. The growing need for low emissions and carbon neutrality has created a new...
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New Composite Engine Reservoirs Save Weight and Lower Emissions
Airframers and engine builders alike are increasingly using composites to lower aircraft weight. It is no surprise, then, that the Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division (GTFSD) of Parker Aerospace is also...
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Optical-Based System Advances Aircraft Engine Pressure Monitoring
Modern commercial aircraft rely on powerful turbofan engines to provide the high thrust needed to get airborne and travel long distances economically. Thrust is a result of the engine’s ability to...
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F-35 Lightning II Fuel and Inerting System Powered by Parker Aerospace
As the United States military embarked to build the second ever fifth-generation fighter aircraft, Parker Aerospace’s Fluid Systems Division (FSD) was selected in the mid-1990s to provide the...
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Innovations Drive Weight and Emission Reductions for Aircraft Engines
Engine makers face ongoing challenges in the areas of noise, fuel burn, and emissions. That’s why Parker Aerospace’s recent innovations in the areas of lubrication, combustion, and thermal management...
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Aerospace Technologies and Key Markets
Systems strength. Component solutions. Parker Aerospace is a global leader of systems and components used on most commercial and military aircraft in production in the world today. Parker technology...
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