2 edition of Engine exhaust noise during ground operation of the XB-70 airplane found in the catalog.
Engine exhaust noise during ground operation of the XB-70 airplane
Paul L. Lasagna
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; [for sale by the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va.] in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul L. Lasagna and Terrill W. Putnam.|
|Series||NASA technical note, NASA TN D-7043|
|Contributions||Putnam, Terrill W., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TL521 .A3525 no. 7043|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||77610852|
A typical example of this it TOT, TIT, ITT, T4, T5, even T - all represent the exhaust gas temperature somewhere in the engine. The reason for the different names is the diferent places the. Takeoff required all six variable-thrust afterburners, and accelerating half a million pounds of XB took a long runway. Ground-running demanded a clear area of ft behind the engine and ear protection was mandatory. Large sound abatement mufflers could be attached to the exhausts with adapter rings for ground tests.
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ENGINE EXHAUST NOISE DURING GROUND OPERATION OF THE XB AIRPLANE Paul L. Lasagna and Terrill W. Putnam Flight Research Center INTRODUCTION The continued increase in size and power of commercial aircraft engines is causing considerable concern about the noise environment in the vicinity of major airports.
Engine exhaust noise during ground operation of the XB airplane. Measurement of engine exhaust noise during ground operation of XB aircraf Topics: AIRCRAFT. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by Author: P.
Lasagna and T. Putnam. Principles of operation. A nozzle operates according to the Venturi effect to bring the exhaust gasses to ambient pressure, and thus form them into a coherent jet; if the pressure is high enough, the flow may choke, and the jet may be role of the nozzle in back-pressuring the engine is explained below.; The energy to accelerate the stream comes from the temperature and pressure.
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This occurs on the ground from cross winds and in flight with aircraft pitch and yaw. P Four U.S. Army Air Forces P Mustang fighter airplanes in formation over the Italian countryside during World War II.
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(“Dutch”) Kindelberger, to design a fighter from the ground up rather than produce. the basics of airplane engine operational theory. This text will also provide pertinent information about malfunctions that may be encountered during the operation of turboprop-powered airplanes.
It is not the purpose of this text to supersede or replace more detailed instructional texts or to suggest limiting the flight crew's understanding and. The Pratt & Whitney J58 (company designation JT11D) was an American jet engine that powered the Lockheed A, and subsequently the YF and the SR aircraft.
It was an afterburning turbojet with a unique compressor bleed to the afterburner which gave increased thrust at high speeds. Because of the wide speed range of the aircraft the engine needed two modes of operation to take it from. During the night, when background noise is far lower, the sound of an aircraft taxiing may carry even further.
Noise Action Plan In accordance with the terms of the Environmental Noise (England) RegulationsSouthend Airport submitted a revised Noise Action Plan to DEFRA on 29/11/ The XB was designed as a long-range, supersonic-cruise airplane capable of flying at an approximate sustained speed of Mach 3 and an altitude of 70, feet.
Two airplanes were built and designated the XB and the XB Figure 1 is a three- view drawing of the XB airplane. Pertinent physical characteristics of the air.
Ground running also can be damaging to the aircraft engine because airflow over the engine is not adequate to properly cool the cylinders. The very best thing you could do for your engine is to fly it once a week, long enough to get the temperature up to the normal range.
In March of the latter, the USAF was allowed a review of an XB mockup aircraft which, of course, unveiled some new requirements as well as alterations by the branch. Inthe design was officially unveiled to the American public (though in drawn form). XB Walk-Around The XB was a technological marvel of the s.
Mike Busch is an airframe and powerplant mechanic with inspection authorization and founder of Savvy Aviation. The company’s services include SavvyAnalysis engine data analysis and “report cards” on aircraft and engine operations; using data from digital engine monitors, analysts can detect problems as they develop, and can alert owners to failing exhaust valves and critical conditions.
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In flight, the engine operates at a constant within a narrow range between that appropriate for ground operations.
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They provide ground electrical and pneumatic power for aircraft systems when the engines are not running. Pneumatic power can be used for engine starting, ground heating or air conditioning, and anti-icing.
Many APUs may also be used as an emergency source of in flight electrical power. For cruise speeds of about Machnew classes of structural materials are needed to meet strength and weight requirements. The noise suppression problem also becomes more challenging. The optimal engine bypass ratio is lower at higher Mach numbers, which leads to increased jet exhaust velocities and greater take-off noise.
When the United States entered World War I inthe U.S. government searched for a company to develop the first airplane engine "booster" for the fledgling U.S. aviation industry. This booster, or turbosupercharger, installed on a piston engine, used the engine's exhaust gases to drive an air compressor to boost power at higher altitude.
Start studying BOOK 1 Aircraft Structures. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Because they are prone to damage during ground handling and taxiing.
So that the hot engine and engine exhaust temperatures don't damage the airframe and in case of engine .Not yet. To look at a medium-range aircraft, let's base the engine on the CFM56 or the IAE VThose engines produce between and kN static thrust.
In cruise, their thrust is considerably lower due to the low density in cruise altitude and due to them moving at Mach Let's use a value of 25 kN - this is enough so that two of them will comfortably push an A class airframe.
In addition there were secondary objectives to measure the noise and friction associated with airflow over the airplane and to determine the levels and extent of the engine noise during takeoff, landing, and ground operations.
Typically the aircraft was escorted by a TB chase plane during research flights. This because the TB (a prototype.