1966-02-01

Installation Considerations for the High Bypass Fan Engine in Subsonic Transports 660737

The areas of the high bypass fan engine installation that differ from current engine installations in subsonic jet transports are reviewed from the standpoints of configuration, environmental severity, structures, and systems. Potential design problem areas in developing the installation are discussed.
It is concluded that the resulting installations, based on the engineering technology gained from the design and operation of the current jet transports, will demonstrate an improvement on current equipment service capability.

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