Sans vraiment de surprise le 5X est remplacé par le 6X
Plus gros, plus loin
Et donc il semble que ça soit un moteur avec l'accent de la belle province PW800
As for commonality with the 5X, Villa said, “Much of the systems architecture will be retained—the fly-by-wire system is one step beyond that of the 8X—and there will be some commonality in the cockpit and the empennage. But otherwise, it is a thorough redesign.”
For example, he said, though the aerodynamics of the wing remain, heavier loads required significant changes. “There are no common parts,” Villa said. He also added that the extra fuel required for the additional range caused Dassault to switch to a nitrogen-based fuel pressurization system. “We were first to have a pressurized fuel system, which is safer for crossfeeding. And our experience with military aircraft led us to add a nitrogen system for the 6X. It’s a first for a business jet, and the ultimate in fuel system safety,” he said.
“It wasn’t something we wished,” said Villa of the 6X program, “but we’re excited by the capability, and customers have responded enthusiastically
“The Critical Design Review for the #Falcon6X was recently completed, freezing detailed design, and manufacturing of major parts has begun. The 1st a/c is due to be assembled in early 2020.” - Trappier pic.twitter.com/QzGCofpH3I— Dassault Falcon (@DassaultFalcon) 20 mai 2019
Beochien a écrit:@ Paul ...
Du "Grenaillage" pour détourer (Quoi ?) une aile déjà partiellement assemblée ... Je suis surpris.