Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society

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EISSN : 2515-3080
Current Publisher: Global Power and Propulsion Society (10.33737)
Former Publisher: Veruscript (10.22261)
Total articles ≅ 59
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William Morris, John D. Coull, Tony Dickens, Andrea De Luca, Florin Udrea
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 145-160; doi:10.33737/jgpps/124489

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A novel MEMS-based probe is described which is capable of measuring unsteady flow angles, total pressure and velocity. Uniquely, this probe uses shear stress sensors to relate the surface streamline directions on the probe face to the freestream flow angles. The probe has the potential to be...
Toshiaki Baba, Koumei Fujioka, Hirotoshi Arihara, Yoshitaka Baba, Takuya Iwata
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 128-144; doi:10.33737/jgpps/124724

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Energy saving has become a trend as well as a countermeasure for global environmental issues. It can be one of the efficient solutions for reducing energy consumptions by adopting integrally geared compressors instead of inline compressors for industrial plants. The development of key...
Mehdi Vahdati, Fanzhou Zhao, Prathiban Sureshkumar
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 114-127; doi:10.33737/jgpps/123916

Andrew Messenger, Thomas Povey
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 94-113; doi:10.33737/jgpps/122270

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This paper describes an upgrade to high temperature operation of the Engine Component AeroThermal (ECAT) facility, an established engine-parts facility at the University of Oxford. The facility is used for high-TRL research and development, new technology demonstration, and for component...
Yao Yang, Gaofeng Wang, Yuanqi Fang, Yifan Xia, Liang Zhong
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 80-93; doi:10.33737/jgpps/120536

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An experimental study on combustion instability is presented with focus on propane-air premixed swirling flames. Swirling flames under self-excited oscillation are studied by imaging of visible light and OH* chemiluminescence filter under several typical conditions. The dynamical characteristics...
Sebastian Bahamonde Noriega, Carlo De Servi, Piero Colonna
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 63-79; doi:10.33737/jgpps/118979

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The electric hybridization of heavy-duty road vehicles is a promising alternative to reduce the environmental impact of freight and passengers transportation. Employing a micro gas turbine as a prime mover offers several advantages: high power density, fuel flexibility, ultra-low emissions,...
Lennart Harjes, Christoph Bode, Jonas Grubert, Philip Frantzheld, Patrick Koch, Jens Friedrichs
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 48-62; doi:10.33737/jgpps/118875

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The Propulsion Test Facility of the TU Braunschweig is capable of investigating future jet engine intakes and fan aerodynamics to a high level of detail. A goal of this facility is the examination of coupled fan-intake-interactions which is not possible in any existing test bench around the...
Andrew Corber, Wajid Ali Chishty, Patrizio Vena
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 38-47; doi:10.33737/jgpps/115249

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LIF/Mie ratio-metric imaging was used to characterize sprays produced by a simple hollow-cone pressure atomizer, operating under elevated ambient pressures up to 10 atm. A structured laser sheet was used as the source of illumination to suppress the multiple scattered light, generating images...
Johannes Altmeppen, Heike Sommerfeld, Christian Koch, Stephan Staudacher
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 27-37; doi:10.33737/jgpps/118624

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Atmospheric air is always contaminated by liquid or solid particles of different size, concentration and chemical composition. This leads to performance degradation during the operation of stationary or flying gas turbines. Erosion and the deposition of particles along the flow path are of...
Philip Reggentin, Jens Friedrichs, Johan Flegler, Ivan McBean
Journal of the Global Power and Propulsion Society, Volume 4, pp 14-26; doi:10.33737/jgpps/117858

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Due to the increasing demand towards flexible operation of conventional power plants also the seals of their turbines have to adapt to varying loads. Based on the basic design of a clamped brush seal, a novel seal with a pressure-actuated backplate is introduced which is capable of combining the...
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