2007 NASA Seal/Secondary Air System WorkshopThe 2007 NASA Seal/Secondary Air System workshop covered the following topics: (i) Overview of NASA's new Orion project aimed at developing a new spacecraft that will fare astronauts to the International Space Station, the Moon, Mars, and beyond; (ii) Overview of NASA's fundamental aeronautics technology project; (iii) Overview of NASA Glenn s seal project aimed at developing advanced seals for NASA's turbomachinery, space, and reentry vehicle needs; (iv) Reviews of NASA prime contractor, vendor, and university advanced sealing concepts, test results, experimental facilities, and numerical predictions; and (v) Reviews of material development programs relevant to advanced seals development. Turbine engine studies have shown that reducing seal leakage as well as high-pressure turbine (HPT) blade tip clearances will reduce fuel burn, lower emissions, retain exhaust gas temperature margin, and increase range. Turbine seal development topics covered include a method for fast-acting HPT blade tip clearance control, noncontacting low-leakage seals, intershaft seals, and a review of engine seal performance requirements for current and future Army engine platforms.
Steinetz, Bruce M. (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Hendricks, Robert C. (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Delgado, Irebert (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
August 25, 2013
October 1, 2008
Meeting: 2007 NASA Seal/Secondary Air System Workshop
Location: Cleveland, OH
Country: United States
Start Date: November 13, 2007
End Date: November 14, 2007
WBS: WBS 092837.04.01.04.04.03
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IDRelationTitle20120009922WorkHigh Temperature Investigations into an Active Turbine Blade Tip Clearance Control Concept20120009927WorkOrion -- Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) Project Overview