Design Principles and Methods for Aircraft Gas Turbine EnginesThe symposium dealt with design approaches for military aircraft propulsion systems to provide enhanced operational flexibility, longer range, better fuel efficiency and improved affordability. All classes of gas turbines were addressed in nine sessions as follows: Engine Design and Analysis (Part 1) (5 papers); Mechanical Systems (6 papers) Controls (4 papers); Combustors/Augmentors (4 papers); Compressor Systems (Part 1) (5 papers); Compressor Systems (Part 2) (3 papers); Turbines (Part 1) (5 papers); Turbines (Part 2) (4 papers); and Engine Design and Analysis (Part 2) (4 papers). These proceedings also include a Technical Evaluation Report and a Keynote address published in French and English.
August 19, 2013
February 1, 1999
Publication: Design Principles and Methods for Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines
IDRelationTitle20000020811Collected WorksA One Dimensional, Time Dependent Inlet/Engine Numerical Simulation for Aircraft Propulsion Systems20000020808WorkNumerical Simulation of Multi-Stage Turbomachinery Flows20000020798WorkAdvanced Seal Technology Role in Meeting Next Generation Turbine Engine Goals20000020821WorkAero-Thermo-Structural Design Optimization of Internally Cooled Turbine Blades20000020802WorkSimultaneous Active Source Control of Blade Row Interaction Generated Discrete Tones20000020823WorkSimulation of Crack Propagation in Engine Rotating Components Under Variable Amplitude Loading20000020815WorkRotating Pip Detection and Stall Warning in High-Speed Compressors Using Structure Function