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PROCEDURES AND SUGGESTED PROGRAMMING EMPHASIS TO OBTAIN CRITERIA ESSENTIAL TO ATTAINING PROPULSION SYSTEM FLOW STABILITY.
Rept. for Mar 65-Dec 67,
AIR FORCE AERO PROPULSION LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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An approach is made to develop a planning concept for establishing the proper compromise between propulsion-system flow stability and performance. Testing is considered to be a tool for predicting flow compatibility and lead-time funding requirements. The types of compromise studies to be accomplished prior to the Contract Definition Phase are stressed. The use of this planning tool will organize the results of the compromise studies to permit the selection of an airframe-engine combination at the system acquisition phase statistically, this selection will represent the most compatible system. Author
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