Particle Size Measurements from the 2018 Honeywell Uncertified Research Engine Test in the NASA Propulsion System Laboratory 2019-01-1928
The particle size measurements from the Honeywell Uncertified Research Engine Test in the NASA Propulsion System Laboratory conducted in 2018 will be presented. The work will focus on describing the experimental description, the processing and analysis methods, and final results for select cases acquired during ice crystal cloud conditions. The measurements presented will include data acquired from the Artium Technologies, Inc. High Speed Imaging instruments, the Droplet Measurement Technologies, Inc. Back-scatter Cloud Probes with Polarization Detection, and the NASA Light Extinction Probes positioned at several locations both upstream of the fan, in the direct-connect duct, and downstream of the fan, in the engine bypass.
Michael C. King, Ashlie Flegel, Julien Manin, Darrel Baumgardner, Timothy Bencic, Lee Wienkes, Bruce Wilson
NASA John Glenn Research Center, NASA Glenn Research Center, Sandia National Laboratories, Droplet Measurement Technologies, HX5 Sierra, LLC, Honeywell Aerospace
International Conference on Icing of Aircraft, Engines, and Structures