Rolls-Royce’s Advance3 demonstrator engine is nearing completion. The demonstrator will specifically be used to test a new engine core that will deliver maximum fuel burn efficiency and low emissions. The engine’s core and fancase were joined together on Friday at the Rolls-Royce site in Bristol, UK, and the engine will be transported to Derby in July prior to testing. The core is a key part of the Rolls-Royce Advance engine design that offers at least 20 per cent better fuel burn and CO2 emissions than the first generation of Trent engine. This core technology will also form a key part

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