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Rolls-Royce: How Innovation Built a Global Giant
For most people, the name Rolls-Royce brings images of lUxury vehicles to mind. However, today's Rolls-Royce has nothing to do with the line of motor cars. Instead it has developed into a global leader in power generation for the civil and defense aerospace, marine, energy, and nuclear industries. These achievements have been reached because of the technological innovations Rolls-Royce has made and transferred to its operations and products. By looking at where the company started, where it is today, and where it is heading gives people an understanding of what RollsRoyce really is: reliability, integrity, and innovation. This thesis explores Rolls-Royce's innovations in their business philosophies, products, and future programs.

Rolls-Royce Acknowledgements
I would like to thank Dr. Chai Jitpaiboon for advising me through this project. The insight and knowledge he has given me during my college career has helped me not only complete this thesis but also become a valuable asset in the workplace. I would like to thank Rolls-Royce for the opportunity to intern at its Indianapolis facility the past three summers. This project would not have been possible had it not been for the experience and knowledge I gained first hand from the renlarkable people I was able to work with. I would like to thank Ball State University as well as the Honors College for providing the education and the environment needed to grow into the person I have beconle. I anl very grateful for the Presidential Scholarship that helped nle work to accomplish my degree. I would like to thank my family for the constant support and desire for me to do my best these past four years. Without you I would still be far from my achievements. I would like to thank Jacob Sowers for his assistance with the final proofreading of this project. It has been an amazing four years of friendship.

What is Innovation?
Innovation is "the introduction of something new (idea, method, or device)" [Innovation]. The idea of innovation is about producing better ideas or products that bring about advancements in certain fields or society as a whole. A true innovator should begin without a thought to profit, but rather look to make life easier. In the fast paced world we live in today, innovations are being made every day. No idea is too small and innovators come from all walks of life.

Rolls-Royce A Brief History of Innovation
Darryl! Pines stated that "The future economic growth and competitiveness of the United States depends on our capacity to innovate." Without innovation, today's society would not exist. Remember learning about the Stone Age in school? Without members of society taking the initiative to come up with ideas to better not only their lives but the lives of everyone around them, we would still be living in caves just like the Australopithecus (mankind's closest ancestor).

Rolls-Royce A Brief History of Innovation
Darryl! Pines stated that "The future economic growth and competitiveness of the United States depends on our capacity to innovate." Without innovation, today's society would not exist. Remember learning about the Stone Age in school? Without members of society taking the initiative to come up with ideas to better not only their lives but the lives of everyone around them, we would still be living in caves just like the Australopithecus (mankind's closest ancestor).

The peoples that followed these early humans advanced their societies even further, conceptualizing methods of farming and domestication. The agricultural industry of today exists because of these primitive foundations. Later societies began to extract metals from the ground to be used for stronger tools and weapons. The mining industry and its infrastructure of today are results of early practices. The wheel, one of the most important innovations of the history of man, was created and expounded upon by these early civilizations. The basic concepts of "states", economics, politics, and religion have their roots in early civilizations.

Innovators are the trailblazers of society, creating new and exciting paths to follow. Without a past laying down the foundations for mankind to continue to build on, every intricate detail of our society today would not exist. The concept of innovaton has resonated well throughout Rolls-Royce's history. It has built upon some of the most historically important innovations to consistently bring new products to the market.

Rolls-Royce Innovation in the Workplace
Innovation in the workplace is not the same thing as inventing. "For businesses, this could mean implementing new ideas, creating dynamic products or improving your existing services. Innovation can be a catalyst for the growth and success of your business, and help you adapt and grow in the marketplace" [Innovation IWhat Is Innovation?]. Innovation is not only about moving a cornpany and its products forward; it is also about moving society and the world forward, coming up with products that make life easier, and making tasks more manageable. Innovations in the energy and aerospace industries have been important for the world to expand and will continue to be important as environmental and space exploration becomes advantageous venues, especially for government programs. Darryll Pines agrees stating that "Innovation in aerospace has historically kept the U.S. at the forefront of technology advances and helped create new industries, such as the commercial transport of people and cargo, unmanned aerial systems for civilian and military missions, and, more recently, commercial space travel." Rolls-Royce has been a leader of generating, collaborating, and manufacturing innovations in the aerospace industry globally since 1914.

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Silver Dawn Handbook French Edition 1953 Owners Manual.pdf
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Rolls-Royce Engine Settings & Tuning - All Postwar Vehicles 1946 to 1999 including Fuel Injection.pdf
Rolls Royce - Phantom II - Workshop Manual - 2009.pdf
Rolls Royce - Corniche - Workshop Manual - 1989.pdf
Rolls Royce - Silver Spur - Sales Brochure - 1997 - 1999.pdf
Rolls Royce - Corniche Convertible - Wiring Diagram - 1978.pdf
Rolls Royce - Ghost - Sales Brochure - 2016.pdf
Rolls Royce - Wraith - Sales Brochure - 2016.pdf
Rolls Royce - Silver Dawn - Sales Brochure - 2018.pdf
Rolls Royce - Silver Cloud III - Workshop Manual - 2001.pdf
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Rolls Royce - Phantom Coupe - Sales Brochure - 2010.pdf
Rolls Royce - Phantom - Sales Brochure - 2013.pdf
Rolls Royce - Silver Cloud II - Workshop Manual - (1976)
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Rolls-Royce Company Profile
Contrary to the misconception of many people, the company Rolls-Royce does not manufacture vehicles. Rolls-Royce Limited, the once manufacturer of Rolls-Royce vehicles, sold the rights of its vehicles to BMW, creating the company Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. This allowed what is now Rolls-Royce PLC. to focus on the aerospace industry while keeping the highly recognized and marketable Rolls-Royce name and logo.

Today Rolls-Royce is a leader in the aerospace industry. It manufactures engines for both civil and military aircraft, marine propulsion units, as well as energy and nuclear systems. Currently there are over 12,000 engines powering more than 30 types of civil aircraft. The company has a line of eight engine models for large aircraft, eight engine models for small and medium aircraft, and four engine models for helicopters. Over 300 customers rely on Rolls-Royce to transport people and freight around the world every day. In 2012, the operating civil engines in the market logged over 20 million hours of flight.

Rolls-Royce is second in the world for military defense applications, providing engines for six jets, eight helicopters, six transport vehicles, nine tactical aircraft, and six UAV's (unmanned aerial vehicles). The customer base for these products stretches across 103 countries. Currently over 18,000 engines are providing air power for 160 different armed forces. The signature MissionCare packages that come with these military engines provide an aftermarket service program exclusive for Rolls-Royce customers.

In the marine market Rolls-Royce has become a world leader by offering products for an entire vessel, not just the engine. On top of the range of diesel and gas engines as well as gas turbines, a customer can also obtain control systems, on deck machinery, electrical systems, ship design capabilities, ship lifts, stabilizing and maneuvering gear, and multiple propulsion options. These products can be found on over 30,000 vessels worldwide, including 70 different navy programs.

With environmental issues on the rise, Rolls-Royce focuses on providing the highest quality energy products that minimize emissions. Rolls-Royce has also made its mark in the oil and gas pumping industries as well as the energy power generation industries by offering engines, compressors, and fuel cells. Their civil nuclear program is beginning to pick up as new energy sources are being explored and reactor upkeep projects are being purchased.

Rolls-Royce has adopted innovation as one of its core values. The company demands that all employees keep an open mind and stay flexible to new ideas. It encourages these ideas to come from all levels of its employees. The work culture that has been instilled rests on constantly seeking to improve and not just, going along with the market, instead striving to be a step ahead. This attitude has kept Rolls-Royce at the forefront of its competitors, allowing it to develop higher levels of technology and infrastructure, and providing its customers with products that bring more benefits to the market at lower costs.

Rolls-Royce Plays its Part in Creating History
In the late 1800s, Henry Royce was responsible for an electrical and mechanical business and Charles Rolls was responsible for the London car company CS Rolls & Co. In 1904, Henry Royce assembled his first motor car. When the two met later that year no one could have guessed what would follow. After the formation of the Rolls-Royce Company, Henry Royce and Charles Rolls unveiled the company's first manufactured motor car, the Silver Ghost. After only being on the market for one year, it was considered to be the top car around the world in 1907. It gave drivers a quieter, smoother ride than any other car on the market at that time, and the gas mileage it could attain was astonishing for the vehicle's size. It became such a luxurious car for the times that the "Silver Ghost remains to this day the most desirable model among antique cars" [1907].

The great success of the Silver Ghost was halted by the start of the First World War in 1914. To keep up with the demand of the time, Henry Royce came up with the idea to produce an aero engine. Using the Silver Ghost's 40/50 horsepower engine as the framework, the final manufactured product was coined the Eagle. Using aluminum to forge the pistons and pressed steel to create the water jackets, the engine was able to produce more than the desired 200 brake horsepower in an engine framework that weighed significantly less. This innovative design made it popular among the allied
nations during the war which resulted in it being installed on over half of the aircraft that were in service. "The Eagle powered the first direct transatlantic flight as well as the first flight from England to Australia" [Rolls-Royce] and was the company's foundation in the aerospace industry.

In 1933 the company experienced tragedy with the death of Henry Royce. Before his death, however, he experienced an "era of broken land, air and sea records" [RollsRoyce Motor] powered by the products he helped to create. His work on creating the R Engine made these feats possible, adding to the now increasingly popular company. Royce's final contribution to the company was his work on the Merlin.