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23 May 1997 AEROJET: nonintrusive measurements of aircraft engine exhaust emissions
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Proceedings Volume 3108, Combustion Diagnostics; (1997)
Event: Environmental Sensing III, 1997, Munich, Germany
The environment impact of air traffic and economical aspects require aircraft engines to be developed which have reduced trace gas emissions and, at the same time, increased efficiency. Each new engine must be shown to meet the environmental requirements laid down by regulatory bodies, and exhaust gas measurements must be performed for the certification. The goal of the EC project AEROJET is to demonstrate the equivalence of remote measurement techniques to conventional extractive methods for both gaseous and particulate measurements. The different remote measurement techniques will be compared and calibrated. A demonstrator measurement system for exhaust gases, temperature and particulates including data-analysis software will be regarded as result of this project.
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Klaus Schaefer, Joerg Heland, Roger Burrows, John V. Black, Marc Bernard, Gary Bishop, Volker Tank, Erwin Lindermeir, Dave H. Lister, Robert S. Falk, Peter Wiesen, and Moira Hilton "AEROJET: nonintrusive measurements of aircraft engine exhaust emissions", Proc. SPIE 3108, Combustion Diagnostics, (23 May 1997);

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