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Technologies for future recuperative aero engines

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Unformatted text preview: ative aero engines. technologies for future recuperative aero engines. Partners: Partners: Thrust: Thrust: EIS: EIS: Application: Application: Specific fuel burn: Specific fuel burn: Noise: Noise: NOx :: NOx MTU, Snecma, Volvo, Avio MTU, Snecma, Volvo, Avio 50 - 80.000 lbs 50 - 80.000 lbs 2020 + 2020 + Long range Long range 20 % improvement 20 % improvement - 30 - 40 dB (cum. rel. stage 3) - 30 - 40 dB (cum. rel. stage 3) - 80 % (rel. ICAO 96) - 80 % (rel. ICAO 96) *) Component vaLidator for Environmentally friendly Aero-eNgine *) Component vaLidator for Environmentally friendly Aero-eNgine TETM - 10.04.2006 Validation Testing on ATF Stuttgart Validation Testing on ATF Stuttgart December 2005 December 2005 23 Advanced Conventional Turbofan Engine Increased Bypass ratio Increased Bypass ratio Improved Cycle Improved Cycle • Increased OPR, TET • Increased OPR, TET • Higher loaded core • Higher loaded core Advanced Combustor Technology Advanced Combustor Technology • Low-NOX (RQL, LPP, staged) • Low-NOX (RQL, LPP, staged) Advanced Fan Concepts Advanced Fan Concepts • Swept fan • Swept fan Advanced Components Advanced Components • Improved efficiency • Improved efficiency • Minimum stage & blade count • Minimum stage & blade count • Increased life cycles • Increased life cycles • Minimum noise emissions • Minimum noise emissions Advanced Conventional Turbofan Engine technology improvements in Advanced Conventional Turbofan Engine technolog...
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