1963-01-01

Interrelated Parameters of Gas Turbine Engine Design and Electrical Ignition Systems 630259

The gas turbine specification and specific areas of the engine design establish the boundaries within which the ignition manufacturer can design ignition system components. It emphasizes the effect of the relationship on the size, weight, cost, and reliability of the ignition system and suggests considerations that can improve these factors. It suggests the need for improved high frequency spark measuring equipment and techniques, and standardization of requirements and ignition system components as aids for future refinements.

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