Rolls-Royce will expand its aerospace research and technology capabilities in Dahlewitz, Germany, as it builds a new testbed for power gearboxes for next-generation aircraft powerplants. The €65 million ($90 million) expansion of the Dahlewitz site, south of Berlin, will have around 20% of its cost funded by the federal German and regional Brandenburg governments. Rolls-Royce last month shared details of its next generation engine designs, one of which—UltraFan—includes a ...

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