J52-P-8 Engine Compressor Stall Margin Acceptance Tests.
NAVAL AIR PROPULSION TEST CENTER TRENTON N J PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY AND PROJECT ENGINEERING DEPT
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Two J52-P-8 engines were tested in a sea level cell to develop a method for determining acceptable compressor stall margin. One engine had good stall margin the other was a stall-reject based on ground static Bodie tests in an A-4 aircraft. Tests were limited to steady-state calibrations, inlet distortion, and power extraction accelerations, decelerations, and Bodies with standard and enriched fuel schedules. Both engines had acceptable uninstalled steady-state and transient stall margin and steady state distorted inlet stall margin. Author
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