JASPER ENGINES, Mich.
— — Ariel engine parts, the engine used in the Aargon jet fighter and the AAR-X aircraft, were manufactured by Aorus.
That’s the company’s story.
But, according to the company, the parts are made in China.
Ariel said the Chinese company was a partner on the JASPERS engine and parts.
It was an important partner in developing the JAXA JASPPERS engine, according Tochigi University professor Takao Yamamoto, who specializes in advanced technology transfer.
The AARS engine was originally developed for the J-11 fighter jet.
Its predecessor, JAS-1, was developed by a different company.
But in the mid-2000s, the two companies came to an agreement that the engine would be manufactured by one of them.
Yamamoto, an expert in advanced propulsion technologies, said the deal was worth about 2 billion yen ($2.9 million).
AARS said the JSS-10 engine is based on JASPS, a type of engine that is also used on Boeing’s JASTPK engine.
The JASSP-10 and JASHP-10 engines are similar in the way they work, Yamamoto said.
The JASBP-10, or JASB, engine was developed for Boeing’s C-17 transport aircraft.
The engine uses a hybrid-electric power system that uses an electric charge and a compressed air system.
In the JSP-3 engine, the compressor drives the turbine engine, while the air compressor drives a fuel pump.
It uses an air-cooled turbine to create steam that is then used to push the fuel mixture through the turbine.
At the JPP-10 assembly plant, parts of the JS-10 are manufactured by JASPA, a company that specializes in the manufacturing of air-conditioning systems.
AAR-5 engine parts are manufactured in China, and parts of JASRP-10 were manufactured in India.
JAS-2 engines were made by a consortium of companies, including a Chinese company.
They are similar to the JAPER engine, which is used in Boeing’s F-15 fighter jet and other U.S. aircraft.