Effects of fan inlet temperature disturbances on the stability of a turbofan engine
- Abdelwahab, M.
- Dec 1, 1981.
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- The effects of steady-state and time-dependent fan inlet total temperature disturbances on the stability of a TF30-P-3 turbofan engine were determined. Disturbances were induced by a gaseous-hydrogen-fueled burner system installed upstream of the fan inlet. Data were obtained at a fan inlet Reynolds number index of 0.50 and at a low-pressure-rotor corrected speed of 90 percent of military speed. All tests were conducted with a 90 deg extent of the fan inlet circumference exposed to above-average temperatures.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19820010348., Accession ID: 82N18222., E-982., and NASA-TM-82699.
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