Aeronautical propulsion facing to societal challenges
|6 February 2020|
|14 h 00 min | 17 h 30 min|
|Palais de la découverte|
Avenue Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 75008 - Paris - (France)
This lecture will be given in French
Air traffic has grown significantly over the past 50 years, accompanying the development of international trade and a very broad democratization of travel. Growth prospects and societal issues involve more than ever strong improvements, including technological disruptions.
- Presented by Dr Stéphane ORCEL, Director of Product and Market Strategy, Safran Aircraft Engines
Air growth has been supported by considerable progress in terms of economic and energy efficiency, enabling a strong democratization of travel. What are the future prospects and effectiveness of our air travel in the face of societal issues?
- Jérôme BONINI, Director of Research and Technology, Safran Aircraft Engines
Aeronautical propulsion has reduced its fuel and CO2 consumption by 45 over the past 50 years, particularly the latest generation of CFM/LEAP engines in 2016. What are the technical challenges and solutions for an ever greener future of aeronautical propulsion?
Free admission in the limit of available seats.