SAE 2014 Aviation Technology Forum

Technical Session Schedule

Wednesday, June 11

Engine Systems
(Session Code: AES6)

Room Ballroom C  11:00 a.m.

This session will address the latest technology solutions and methodologies used by engine designers to mitigate or reduce the effects of noise and vibrations, ensure structural integrity, and engine containment.

Organizers - James Sherman, SAE International

Time Paper No. Title
11:00 a.m. ORAL ONLY
The Innovative Thinking On Civil Engine Module Development
This report introduces the civil high bypass ratio engine components design technology and application. It describes the high bypass ratio fan / IPC and high bypass ratio multi-stage low-pressure turbine design technologies and applications, specifically including the “curved-swept” fan rotor blade design, wide-chord fan rotor blade design/manufacturing, fan containment case design / manufacturing, fan rotor aerodynamic / acoustic integrity design, multi-stage low-pressure turbine aerodynamic optimization design, high-load low-loss turbine blade design and other technical applications. Last comes the prospect of the developing trend of civil high bypass ratio engine components design technology.
Wu Xin, Shenyang Engine Design & Research Inst.
12:00 p.m. ORAL ONLY
Hexavalent Chromium Replacement
Mist in hexavalent (Cr6+) state released during the hard chrome plating process has been known to be carcinogenic. Most at risk are workers associated with the plating processes. Ground water contamination is also an issue. As a result, many nations, including the US and EU, are restricting the use of hexavalent chromium. Honeywell Aerospace has developed electroplating Cobalt Tungsten and Nickel Tungsten to replace hard chrome plating for internal surface applications such as Flow Body Valve and other intricate parts.
Cao Gangmin, Honeywell (China)