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System design and integration of the large-scale advanced prop-fan
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Written in English
|Statement||by Brian P. Huth.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-174789.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Technological develop ments during the s f undamentally tran s formed airlift operations. Modern turbine powered aircraft such as the C, C and C-5 were developed and employed with new cargo handling systems and other built-in capabilities that substantially increased the speed and throughput capabilities of the airlift system. Flight Design Gross Weight (g) , lbs , lbs Maneuver Weight (g) , lbs Design Zero Fuel Wei lbs , lbs Maximum Payl lbs Fuel Capac lbs Maximum Landing Weight , lbs , lbs.
- Air-intake Integration Large difficulty in design cones from engine-inlet integration ; soon in the designis the necessity to define preliminary stage at leastroughlyfor the boundarylayer diverter. The necessity to evaluate the volume and position to be reserved to the air-intake is much mandatory for internal architecture of any project.  “Large-Scale Advanced Prop-Fan Program (LAP)," technical proposal by Lewis Research Center. Jan. NASA, Nored papers. Box NASA Glenn archives.  Interview with Nored by Dawson and Bowles. Aug.  “United Airlines Passenger Survey." Box Division NASA Glenn archives.  Quoted by Hamilton.
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The Large Scale Advanced Prop-Fan hub assembly forms a semi-rigid link be- tween the blades, which provide the thrust, and the engine shaft, which pro- vides the torque. which is carburized, heat treated and machined. A single row ball bearing restrains each of the eight blades in the hub, while the tailshaft secures.
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The Large-Scale Advanced Propfan (LAP) project initiated in would answer these scalability questions and provide a database for the development and production of full-size turbofans. As a first step, NASA had to establish the structural integrity of the advanced turboprop.. Design-point performance modelling of aero gas turbines, analysis and optimisation.
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