What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Chapter Page I OBJECTIVES by Benjamin Pinkel
FOREIGNOBJECT DAMAGE by Lewis A Rodert
COMPRESSOR BLADES by Andre J Meyer Jr and S S Manson
7 other sections not shown
acceleration Air Force aircraft airfoil alloy axial-flow axial-flow compressor bearing failure bucket failure cause centrifugal compressor combustor components compressor blades compressor stall corrosion cracks curve cycles damping DIR's engine in overhaul engine model engine operation engine overhaul engine speed factors fail failure rate flameout flight accidents foreign-object damage fracture frequency fuel flow gine heat ignition improved Inconel increased indicated inlet inspec inspection jet engines limit liner load lubrication malfunction material maximum methods NACA RM nicks nozzle diaphragms nozzle vanes number of engines objects occur overspeed overtemperature perature percent pressure problem rated speed reciprocating engines reduced repair replacement result rotating stall rotor blades scheduled screens serration shown in figure stator stress-rupture surface surge temperature tensile tensile stress thermal fatigue thermal stresses thrust tion turbine buckets turbine disk turbojet engine ture U.S. Air Force vibration vibratory stress wear weld