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Commercial Airplanes
Environmental Benefits from
Operations and Aircraft/Engine
Technologies
Jeanne Yu, Director
Environmental Performance
Product Development
August 25, 2010
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Environmental Stewardship Strengthens
Business
 Pollution and climate change are
serious challenges that require
aggressive action.
 Customers, communities and
investors expect environmental
stewardship.
 Environmental improvement supports
business performance.
Innovating Breakthrough Technologies
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The industry is committed to action on
climate change
“…we are committed to a
pathway to carbon-neutral
growth and aspire to a
carbon-free future.”
– ATAG 2008 industry
declaration for action
on climate change
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Building on a strong track record
MORE FUEL
HIGHER
DECIBELS
Early Jet Airplanes
70% Fuel Improvement and Reduced CO2
Noise dB
Relative fuel use
90% Reduction in Noise Footprint
LOWER
DECIBELS
LESS FUEL
New Generation Jet Airplanes
EVEN LESS
1950s
Noise footprint based on 85 dBa.
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1990s
EVEN
LOWER
Addressing CO2 as a priority
 Renewable fuel and
energy solutions
 Operational efficiency
 Environmentally progressive
products and services
Through innovative research and development
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Successful flight test program demonstrated
sustainable biofuel viability
 Identified sustainable biofuel sources
 Demonstrated technical feasibility on various engine / airframe combinations
 Promoted development of viable commercial markets
20%
Coconut &
Babassu
Feb 2008
50%
Jatropha
50%
Algae &
Jatropha
50%
Camelina,
Jatropha & Algae
Dec 2008
Jan 2009
Jan 2009
Increasing level of test objectives
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Addressing CO2 as a priority
 Renewable fuel and energy
solutions
 Operational efficiency
 Environmentally progressive
products and services
Through innovative research and development
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Improving the environmental efficiency and
performance of world wide fleet
Opportunities to reduce fuel burn, emissions and noise
Airplane
Modifications
Operational
Efficiency
Airplane modifications
for increased
operational efficiency
and environmental
performance
Work with airlines to
offer and implement
integrated operational
efficiency solutions;
on the ground and in
the air
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Airspace
Efficiency
Collaborate with all
stakeholders to optimize
worldwide airspace
efficiency and navigation
Addressing CO2 as a priority
 Renewable fuel and energy
solutions
 Operational efficiency
 Environmentally progressive
products and services
Through innovative research and development
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Improving New Airplanes In Service
Fuel Efficiency
787
 20% more fuel efficient than airplanes it will replace
747-8
 16% more fuel efficient than airplanes it will replace
767/NewGen Tanker
 5.5% more fuel efficient with addition of winglets
777-200, -200ER and -300
 1% more fuel efficient
Next-Generation 737
 2% more fuel efficient
Gallon of Fuel Not Burned = 21 Pounds CO2 Not Emitted
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The 787 Dreamliner uses advanced technologies
to improve environmental efficiency
Innovative Systems
Technologies
Enhanced Flight Deck
Advanced Wing Design
Composite Primary Structure
Advanced Engines and Nacelles
Cleaner, quieter and more efficient
20%* Reduction in fuel and CO2
28% Below 2008 industry limits for NOx
60%* Smaller noise footprint
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*Relative to the 767
Actively pursuing technology research for fuel,
CO2 and noise efficiency
Researching next generation materials
Example: Next generation composites
Result: Reduces weight, which reduces fuel use and
emissions
Designing aerodynamic improvements
Example: Advanced wing design, raked wing tip
Result: Reduces drag which reduces fuel use and emissions
Researching improved propulsion systems
Example: Integrating new, more efficient engines
Result: Reduces fuel consumption and emissions and lowers
noise
Researching less energy-intensive electric
systems
Example: Reducing pneumatic systems
Result: Improving electrical efficiency improves fuel efficiency
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Composite technology to full application
timeline
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Advanced modeling tools revolutionizing
airplane design - improved aerodynamics
State of the art computational tools
Advanced wing design
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Technology Maturity Levels
Timeline to airplane incorporation
• Maturity is measured on the NASA Technology Readiness Levels (TRL)
• TRL 6 “Technology Ready” necessary for product application
consideration
• Technology selection for new products typically occurs 3 - 5 years prior to
airplane Entry Into Service (EIS)
Up to 10 years for major technologies
3 to 6 years
Technology
Ready
BASIC
RESEARCH
TRL 1
TRL 2
Entry
Into
Service
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
SYSTEM/SUBSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
TRL 3
TRL 6
TRL 4
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TRL 5
TRL 7
TRL 8
READINESS FOR
PRODUCTION
TRL 9
TRL 10
Demonstrators have accelerated implementation
Noise Reducing
Chevrons
Developed During
Quiet Technology
Demonstrator
Program QTD2
787-8
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747-8
ecoDemonstrator
Technology acceleration for the Environment
The Vision:
• Accelerate Technology maturation
• Build & integrate more rapidly
The Result:
• Faster technology maturation
• Higher success rates
• Technology leadership
The Model:
• Focused continuum of technology demonstrations
• Working together – industry, suppliers and government
Creating focus for innovation and integration
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ecoDemonstrator Program – Working together
N+1 FAA CLEEN
Continuous Lower
Energy Emissions
Noise
N+2 NASA ERA
Env Responsible Aviation
Integrated Systems
Research Projects
N+3 NASA SUGAR
N+3 NASA ERA
Supplier
Collaborative
Research
2012
737 Platform
2013
Twin Aisle TBD
2014
2015
Future Demonstrator
Demonstrators create focus to accelerate technology
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Successful breakthrough innovation will require
integrated aviation industry efforts
Focus
• Aviation industry technology innovation portfolio construct
– Near term, long term vectors
• Tools and targeted pathfinder projects to create focus, opportunity
e.g. ecoDemonstrator
Commitment
• Sustained long term research investment for Environment
• Appropriate incentives for Environment
• Implement technologies that are ready, fleet renewal
• Research towards goals
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The Challenge
“Just as employees mastered
"impossible" challenges like
supersonic flight, stealth, space
exploration and super-efficient
composite airplanes, now we must
focus our spirit of innovation and our
resources on reducing greenhousegas emissions in our products and
operations.”
W. J. McNerney
Chairman, President and CEO
The Boeing Company
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We are committed to a better future
THANK YOU
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