Advances in Techniques for Engine Applications Editor R. Dunker European Commission, DG XII, Brussels, Belgium Over the last thirty years the European aeronautical industry has achieved a respected and internationally successful position. This EC-Aeronautics Research Series provides the opportunity to present the results of recent research projects in areas critical to the future competitiveness of the industry in world markets. It contains Technical Publications of the completed EC-Aeronautics pilot phase project work, which has been supported under Area 5: "Specific Activities Relating to Aeronautics" of the BRITE/EURAM Programme within the Second Framework Programme of European Community Activities in the Field of Research and Technology Development (1989 – 1992). This volume presents two projects, which, under this pilot phase, carried out work in the areas of bearings with minimum lubrication and thin-film sensors directly applied to aero-engine components.
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Features the results of recent research projects in areas critical to the future competitiveness of the industry in world markets. Deals with engine bearing design, lubrication and use of thin film sensors in components. Develops and validates analytical tools for heat generation and lubrication under harsh running conditions. Addresses thin film thermocouples to be used for surface temperature as well as vibrational strain measurements in compressors and turbines of aero-engines.
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Descripción John Wiley & Sons, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0471953636