Accession Number:

AD0461804

Title:

CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON AIRCRAFT PROPULSION. A COMPILATION OF THE PAPERS PRESENTED JUNE 22 AND 23, 1961

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

NAVAL AIR TURBINE TEST STATION TRENTON NJ

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1961-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

244.0

Abstract:

Contents Producing Weather for Turbojet Engine Testing Some Problems Encountered in Establishing a Small Engine Icing Facility at the AEL, NAMC The Photoelectric Raindrop-size Spectrometer Measuring Techniques Under Water and Icing Conditions A Comparison Between the Rotating Multicylinder Method and the Oil Slide Method National Severe Storms Project - Objectives and Operations Severe Weather Flight Testing of Jet Fighter Airplanes and Engines Foreign Object Ingestion in Turbine Engines Icing Trials of the T-38 and T-39 Aircraft Icing Tests Conducted at NATTS, May 1960 Through May 1961 A Resume of Simulation Techniques and Icing Activities at the Engine Laboratory of the National Research Council Canada The Effects of Bird Ingestion on Gas Turbine Engines Effects of Water Ingestion on Turbojet Engine Operation Salt Water Ingestion by Gas Turbine Engines The Effect of Temperature Extremes Upon the Operational Characteristics of Turbojet Engines.

Subject Categories:

  • Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
  • Environmental Health and Safety

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE