3 edition of Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT) found in the catalog.
Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT)
K. W. Brown
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Brown, K. W.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 187101., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-187101.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. This manual describes the theories in the Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT) computer program, which was developed to perform numerical optimizations on highly swept propfan blades. The optimization procedure seeks to minimize an objective function, defined as either direct operating cost or aeroelastic differences between a blade and its scaled model, by tuning Author: K.
Brown. Figure 1. Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops overall program flow. To use the blade optimization system, design curves used to describe the external and internal geometry of the turboprop fan blade must be defined. External geometry curves define blade thickness, section stacking, camber.
Structural tailoring of advanced turboprops. By K. Brown, C. Chamis and P. Harvey. Abstract. A computer program has been developed for the performance of numerical optimizations of highly swept propfan blades by minimizing an objective function that is defined either as direct operating cost or the aeroelastic difference between a.
This manual describes the programming aspects of the Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT) system. The manual is divided into seven main sections, each of which describe module intent and interaction within the STAT program.
Section 1 discusses the. The Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT) computer program was developed to perform numerical optimizations on highly swept propfan blades. This manual describes the functionality of the STAT system from a programmer's viewpoint.
It. The Structural Tailoring of Engine Blades (STAEBL) and Structural Tailoring of Advanced Turboprops (STAT) computer programs have been developed and routinely used at NASA Lewis Research Center [4, 5].
Almost all of the exist- ing structural tailoring software cited above is based on a deterministic approach. The structural tailoring of advanced turboprops (STAT) project3 applied numerical optimization and finite element analyses to highly-swept propfan blades to minimize either DOC or aeroelastic differences between a physical model and a corresponding computational model, subject to structural, aerodynamic, and acoustic constraints.
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NASA awarded Hamilton Standard the contract for the structural blade studies that were so crucial to the success of the whole program. * Corresponding authors a Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TXUSA E-mail: [email protected] Fax: +1 a more advanced state of planning which will intimidate the customer from making suggestions for change.
The customer will be afraid to make suggestions because it appears that the designer has already invested too much time in the analysis stage of the design process to make any changes. This can result in a substan.Unlike turbofan or turbojet aircraft, air moves through turboprops like the PT6 by reverse flow.
Large air intakes underneath or beside the propeller scoop air into the intakes, where it moves backwards towards the engine firewall. Upon reaching the aft limit of the intake, the air makes a degree turn back towards the front of the aircraft.