Research Published on 11/22/2019

LEAP (Leading Edge Aviation Propulsion) is a new-generation aircraft engine that reduces fuel consumption by 15%. Its design has benefited from the contribution of CNRS laboratories, including EM2C (Molecular and Macroscopic Energy Laboratory) located on the Paris-Saclay campus of CentraleSupélec.

With the participation of Benedetta Franzelli of EM2C, Jérôme Bonini and Yves Desvallées of Safran Aircraft Engines.

    This video presentation is part of a series written by Pierre Girard, directed by Fabien Carré and produced by the CNRS (2019, 5 x 4 min)