1967-02-01

T63 Engine Sand and Dust Tolerance Development and Field Experience 670334

This paper generally describes the overall Allison T63 turboshaft engine contaminant ingestion development program and field experience to date. The presentation encompasses results of tests conducted to provide (1) definition of the contaminant ingestion problems, (2) definition of the solutions to these problems, (3) definition of the field operational environment, and (4) a field evaluation of aircleaner concepts as installed on the OH-6A aircraft.

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