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air breathing propulsion joint tc meeting gte abpsi

Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration

Air Breathing PropulsionJoint TC Meeting (GTE & ABPSI)

46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit

Tuesday, July 27, 2010 - Nashville, Tennessee

joint tc dinner meeting agenda gte abpsi

7:00 – 10:00, Tuesday, July 27

Joint TC Dinner Meeting Agenda (GTE/ABPSI)
  • Introductions
  • Guest Speakers (Various)
  • ABP & P&E Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
  • ABP Systems Integration TC (Jeff Flamm)
  • Gas Turbine Engines TC (Ian Halliwell)
  • High Speed ABP TC (TBD)
  • Communications (John Sordyl)
  • Awards (Dave Meyer)
  • Education (TBD)
  • Joint Propulsion Conference (Ryan Starkey/TBD)
  • Aerospace Sciences Meeting (D.R.Reddy)
  • Open Discussion- Improving Dinner Meeting Value
  • Adjourn
apb p e overview
APB & P&E Overview
  • Propulsion & Energy / ABP Organization
  • ABP Meeting Tempo
  • ABP Steering Committee Summary
  • P&E Group Meeting Summary
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Deputy Director

Energy

David Lilley

Deputy Director

Air-Breathing Propulsion

Jeff Hamstra

Deputy Director

Rocket & Space Propulsion

I-Shih Chang

Deputy Director

Advanced Propulsion & Technologies

Selma Goldstein

Green Energy Tech. (GET)

Working Group

Bill Lear / V. Lyons

Director

Propulsion & Energy

Ashwani Gupta

Propulsion & Energy Group Organization

Aerospace Power Systems TC

Terrestrial Energy Systems TC

Hybrid Rockets TC

Liquid Propulsion TC

Solid Rockets TC

Electric Propulsion TC

Gas Turbine Engines TC

High Speed Air Breathing

Propulsion TC

Air Breathing Propulsion

Integration TC

Nuclear & Future Flight Propulsion TC

Energetic Components & Systems TC

Propellants & Combustion TC

4 Subgroups, 12 TCs

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Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure

= Open position to be filled

ABP Subgroup

Jeff Hamstra

*Rotational position

Common Elements

Communications

John Sordyl

Education

Rick Gaeta (open)

Honors & Awards*

Jeff Flamm/Dave Meyer

Aerospace Sciences Meeting

D.R. Reddy

Joint Propulsion Conference

Ryan Starkey(open)

Separate TCs

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration

Jeff Flamm

Gas Turbine Engines

Ian Halliwell

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion

Joaquin Castro

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Membership

Membership

Membership

Liaison

Liaison

Liaison

Communications

Communications

Communications

Education

Education

Education

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

Technical Disciplines

Technical Disciplines

organizational notes
Organizational Notes
  • APB Succession Planning In Generally Good Shape, Particularly For TC Chair
  • Still Some Uncertainty On How To Fill “Common Elements” Assignments
  • For “Rotational” Assigments, Need To Better Document Process and TC Rotation Expectations
apb joint steering committee meeting summary
APB Joint Steering Committee Meeting Summary
  • Final JPC Planning
  • ABP Organization & Succession Planning
  • Special Topics
    • Joint Meeting With HYTASP – Castro
    • Collaboration With Green Energy Working Group– Halliwell
    • ABP Award Update - Flamm
    • Centennial of Naval Aviation – Flamm
    • Logo Items / TC Finances
    • Improving Dinner Meeting Format (Will Discuss Latter)

Steering Committee = TC Chairs, Vice Chairs, Common Element Leads, etc.

propulsion energy group meeting summary
Propulsion & Energy Group Meeting Summary

Note: P&E Group Meetings Held In Conjunction With ASM & JPC

  • Main Topic – Outyear JPC Planning (venues, sponsorships, etc.)
    • JPC/IECEC to remain colocated at least through 2011
  • ITAR Sessions At JPC – Perception that lack of ITAR sessions is hurting JPC attendance and paper authorship.
  • Discussed holding joint conference with IGTI Turbo Expo
    • Hard to do but high interest if can pull it off
  • Discussed Green Energy Working Group Transition to PC
misc notes of interest from p e group meeting
Misc Notes of Interest From P&E Group Meeting

Current professional membership is 28,755. This is down by 1% from this time last year.

Reminder: Nominations for AIAA Fellow or AIAA Honorary Fellow are due to AIAA 15 June 2010, with reference forms due 15 July 2010.

The dues increase went into effect 1 May 2010. Information on the increase was included in Aerospace America, The Daily Launch, Momentum, and individual renewal notices.

The AIAA Web site redesign project is under way. A survey, a comprehensive current site audit, and a member usability study at the Aerospace Sciences Meeting have been completed. The current Web site now accepts advertising on the home page. There has been strong initial interest in this option.

2010 will be the last year for the conference proceedings on DVD. Announcements and reminders will begin appearing in conference preliminary programs, in Aerospace America, in various online newsletters, on AIAA’s conference Web sites, and in messages sent to institutional customers. 

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joint tc dinner meeting agenda gte abpsi1

7:00 – 10:00, Tuesday, July 27

Joint TC Dinner Meeting Agenda (GTE/ABPSI)
  • Introductions
  • Guest Speakers (Various)
  • ABP & P&E Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
  • ABP Systems Integration TC (Jeff Flamm)
  • Gas Turbine Engines TC (Ian Halliwell)
  • High Speed ABP TC (TBD)
  • Communications (John Sordyl)
  • Awards (Dave Meyer)
  • Education (TBD)
  • Joint Propulsion Conference (Ryan Starkey/TBD)
  • Aerospace Sciences Meeting (D.R.Reddy)
  • Open Discussion- Improving Dinner Meeting Value
  • Adjourn
apb joint tc dinner meeting improvement
APB Joint TC Dinner Meeting Improvement
  • Joint TC Dinner Meeting Has Become Somewhat Stagnent & Uninspiring
    • Much Activity Within 3 TC’s So Much To Cover
    • Presentations Often Redundant
  • Improving Dinner Meeting Format - Ideas
    • Establish Standard (Shorter) Briefing Chart Deck Format To Free Time For Other Events
    • Reintroduce Design Competition & Other Invited Speakers
    • Introduce “Around the Room” Discussion Based On HYTASP Model
    • Your Input?
air breathing propulsion systems integration technical committee

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Technical Committee

46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit

Nashville, Tennessee

25 - 28 July 2010

Jeff Flamm

July 27, 2010

main goals and issues for jpc 10
Main Goals and Issues For JPC 10

Succession Plan for sub-committees

ASM 13 Lead

Education Lead

Sub System Performance Optimization Lead/Vice

Website update

Increase Membership

CVD participation

Improve best paper process – identify lead

ABP Award nominations

Centennial of Naval Aviation

Liaisons

Ideas to improve paper submission/turnout

Logo Shirt Purchase

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air breathing propulsion system integration tc office holders
Air Breathing Propulsion System Integration TC – Office Holders

TC Chairman

Jeff Flamm

Vice Chair

Michelle McMillan

Past Chair

Raymond Best

Service Subcommittees

Honors & Awards

Dave Mayer

Education

Rod Daebeliehen

Membership

Keith Blodgett/Chris Wilson

Communications

Weldon Wainright

Technical Subcommittees

Integrated Aero Performance

Thomas Berens

Subsystem, Performance, Optimization

Steve Johnson

Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops

Weldon Wainright

Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing

Don Malloy

Conference Subcommittees

Aerospace Sciences Meeting

Vance Dippold

Joint Propulsion Conference

Don Malloy

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air breathing propulsion systems integration tc scope charter
Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC Scope & Charter

Scope

The application of mechanical design, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics to the science and technology of air vehicle propulsion and power systems integration, including:

Installed performance and controls (SPO, PPT)

Propulsion aerodynamics; inlet and nozzle systems (IE)

Power and thermal management (SPO, PPT)

All aspects of propulsion system / air vehicle interface and certification (RVCT)

Charter: Advance air breathing propulsion integration technology by:

Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at ASM, JPC and other conferences of interest

Working effectively with AIAA TCs and PCs and other technical societies to organize and promote joint sessions and activities

Providing for technical communications and reviews, educational activities, and honors and awards

Providing the Institute with authoritative technical opinions and public policy recommendations

Near Term Goal: Update the Short Course to include certification –airframer lead?

Long term is a book on the same subject.

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ABPSITC Profiles – July 2010

Occupation Distribution

Committee Member Type

ABPSI has room to grow 28 members (max is 35)

AIAA Membership Grade & GPA

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Everyone should be at least a Senior Member!

systems integration member positions and population
Systems Integration – Member Positions and population

TC Chair – Jeff Flamm

Vice Chair – Michelle McMillin

Membership – Keith Blodgett 3

Applications & Data

Recruiting

Member Upgrades

Communications – Weldon Wainright 5

Sub comm. Vice Chair Neal Herring

Year in Review Article- Dyna Benchergui

Newsletter - Weldon Wainright

Website – Neal Herring

Education – Rod Daebelliehn 7

Sub comm Vice Chair???

Student Design Competition

Outreach

Short Courses

Honors and Awards – David Mayer 5

Sub Comm Vice Chair (???)

Propulsion Award Packages

Student Award - Jinho Lee

Best Paper Awards Bryan Westra

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systems integration technical areas and population
Systems Integration Technical Areas and population

Integrated Aero Performance (10 members)

Thomas Berens – Chair, ??? Vice Chair

Subsystem, Performance, Optimization (8 members)

Steve Johnson Chair, ??? Vice Chair

Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (3 members)

Weldon Wainright Chair, Charles Beard Vice Chair

Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing (3 members)

Don Malloy Chair, Dave Wang, Vice Chair

ABPSI Steering (8 members)

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systems integration member positions and population1
Systems Integration – Member Positions and population

ASM - 5

ASM 09 Jeff Flamm (Orlando)

ASM 10 Vance Dippold (Orlando)

ASM 11 –Don Malloy (Orlando)

ASM 12 – Vance Dippold (Dallas)

ASM 13 - TBD

JPC – 5

JPC 09 Doug Kisling (Denver)

JPC 10 Don Malloy (Nashville)

JPC 11 Rod Daebelliehn (San Diego)

JPC 12 – Michelle McMillan (Atlanta)

JPC 13 – Bruce McKay (San Jose)

JPC 14 - ? (Cleveland)

JPC 15

In addition, all member are expected to be session chairs and conduct abstract reviews for our conferences

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abpsitc current membership
ABPSITC Current Membership

Lost Contact

New

JPC ‘10

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asm 10 attendance of abpsi
ASM 10 Attendance of ABPSI

16 of 36 Members present at JPC 10 (17 RSVP yes, 4 No)

14 of 31 Members present at ASM 10

16 of 31 Members present at JPC 09

17 of 29 Members present at ASM 09

20 of 29 Members present at JPC 08

Bad Trend

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liasions
Liasions
  • Other AIAA TC’s/PC’s
    • Energy Optimized Aircraft and Equipment Systems- Hayden Reeve
    • Fluids Dynamics TC - Flamm contributed to Flow Control Book
  • Other Societies
    • ASME propulsion committee Don Malloy/David Wang
      • Sponsoring technical sessions at the IGTI Turbo Expo in collaboration with ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine TC – Propulsion Integration Panel discussion
      • IECE Joint Panel on Horse Power Extraction – Need Panelist (Bruce McKay volunteered)
  • Local Sections
    • Hampton Roads Section – Jeff Flamm
    • Tennessee Section – Maloy
    • Northern Ohio Section - Litt
  • Other
    • ICC - Ice Crystal Consortium coordinated with AIA – Ray Best
    • PPSA – Jeff Flamm
  • Ground Test Committee – DOE Focus Group David Wang
  • Green Engineering PC

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abpsi best paper awards
ABPSI Best Paper Awards

Awarded for the best technical paper presented in an Air Breathing Propulsion Session at the 2009 Joint Propulsion Conference or

2010 Aerospace Sciences Conference

ABPSI Best Paper 2009/2010  “Experimental Testing & Numerical Investigation of Shrouded Co-Annular Plug Nozzle Flowfields” AIAA Paper 2009-4902 Dheeraj Kapilavai, John Tapee, John Sullivan, Charles L. MerklePurdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907Thomas R. Wayman and Timothy R. ConnersGulfstream Aerospace Corporation, Savannah, Georgia 31402

Judges: Jeff Flamm, Doug Kisling, Keith Blodgett, Norbert Bissinger, Chris Hughes, Dave Mayer

integrated aero performance technical area scope charter
Chair - Thomas Berens, EADS Military Air Systems

Scope

Focus on the development and Performance of aircraft inlets, nozzles and exhaust systems.

Charter

Emphasis on both computational and experimental results (including sub-scale and flight components), component optimization, inlet and exhaust system design techniques, propulsion test techniques at speeds ranging from subsonic through hypersonic.

Topics for consideration

Integrated Aero Performance Technical Area Scope & Charter
  • STOVL
  • Jet Effects
  • Thrust vectoring
  • Area control
  • Survivability
  • Thrust reversers
  • Nacelle/wing interaction
  • Unducted fan
  • Flow control application including scaling effects
  • Aircraft performance
  • Structural integration of inlets and exhaust systems
  • Real world operation environmental issues (ice, sand, rain, FOD, bugs, etc…)
  • Acoustics
    • Acoustic treatments
    • Affect of inlet and nozzle on sonic boom
  • High Speed Applications

Name Changed from Inlets & Nozzles to better reflect Scope

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subsystem performance optimization technical area scope charter
Chair - Steve Johnson, Northrop Grumman

Charter:

Promote & Facilitate Communication in support of Efficient Interaction, And Performance Of Air Breathing Propulsion Systems

Scope:

Exploit Synergies in Aeropropulsion, Thermal And Power Subsystems

Performance Modeling And Validation

Cognizance in the contributions of Advanced Materials, Sensing, Controls, Maintenance

New Challenges In Green Aircraft – Operations, Emissions, Noise

Foster Discussions And Ideas - New Energy Sources, and synergies with alternate energy being developed for ground based energy.

Outline established for Technology Advocacy Paper examining auxiliary electric concepts

Subsystem, Performance, Optimization Technical Area Scope & Charter

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propellers pistons turboprops rotors technical area scope charter
Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (Rotors) Technical Area Scope & Charter

Chair - Weldon Wainright, Piper

Scope

Create the focal point for concepts and issue resolution related to the airframe integration of propellers, pistons and turboprop engines

Charter

To provide a forum for the design, development and certification of powerplant installations for piston and turboprop aircraft.

Topics for consideration

Propellers

Un-ducted fans (rotor burst, noise and icing protection)

Pistons

Avgas and Diesel FADEC Engines

Elimination of Leaded AV Gas

Turboprops

300 – 500 SHP engines for light GA Aircraft

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requirements verification certification and testing technical area scope charter
Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing Technical Area Scope & Charter

Chair – Donald J. Malloy, Aerospace Testing Alliance, Arnold AFB, TN Vice Chair Dave Wang

Scope

All aspects of air breathing propulsion integration certification and testing including:

Installed performance and controls

Propulsion aerodynamics; inlet, nozzle and systems

Power and thermal management

Charter

Advance air breathing propulsion integration testing technology by:

Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at the IGTI Turbo Expo in collaboration with ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine TC

Develop and Sponsoring Technical Sessions at the ASM, JPC and other conferences of interest in collaboration with the SAE S-16 Engine Inlet Flow Distortion TC

Working effectively with the ABPSI Inlets/Exhausts and SPO technical areas and other technical societies to organize and promote joint sessions and actives

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abpsi splinter meeting how do we get more quality papers
ABPSI Splinter Meeting – How do we get more quality papers

Much overlap between TC’s

Joint sessions with High-speed

Guidelines for ABPSI

Vehicle integration

Combined cycle

Inlet/Nozzle

For ASM 11 Ryan Starkey will if we can distribute guidelines to reviewers post facto

For JPC 11 Give reviewers guidelines

For ‘12 and beyond TAO will work harder to coordinate/clarify call for papers

All TAO’s should have access to all ABP papers or give access Über TAO

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accomplishments
Accomplishments

Filled some vacant seats

List of potential new TC members developed

Additional Liaison activities/opportunities identified

TC Members to canvas peers for paper submissions

Support future ITAR session

Request session chairs send

New Webmaster – Neal Herring

Revisit scope of TC and sub-committees to clarify

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gas turbine engine technical committee p e group meeting jpc 2010

Gas Turbine Engine Technical Committee P & E Group Meeting - JPC 2010

46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit

Nashville, TN

July 25, 2010

Ian Halliwell

2010 jpc agenda
2010 JPC - Agenda
  • Review organization / roles
  • Service Committees
    • Membership – new roster, membership grade, recruitment
    • Communication – ABP Trifold – successful!
    • Conferences – JPC / ASM status, TAO’s, improvements
    • Education – Short Course, Design Competition
    • Honors and Awards - ABP, GCO, Best Paper (GTETC)
  • New Initiatives
    • TC Logo on shirts
    • Liaisons with other Technical Committees & Professional Societies

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gas turbine engines tc
Gas Turbine Engines TC
  • Evolution into an independent / autonomous TC successful!
    • Active membership
    • Independent conference administration – began at JPC 09
    • Independent best paper competition – professional & young professional
    • Develop a joint graduate student design competition with IGTI
    • Strengthen technical sessions at conferences
  • Maintain strong ties to High Speed and System Integration
    • Jointly administer awards and design competition
    • Jointly sponsor technical / invited session at each conference

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gas turbine engine tc organization
Gas Turbine Engine TC - Organization

Communications

John Sordyl

Honors & Awards

Sivaram Gogineni

Education

Rob McAmis

Membership

Anthony Watts

TC Chairman

Ian Halliwell

Vice Chair

James Kenyon

Past Chair

Rob Bruckner

Service Subcommittee Representatives

Conferences

TAO’s

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Membership - Gas Turbine Engines TC Profile – 2009

Employment Sector

AIAA Member Grade

TC Member Status

  • Available member positions: 2*
  • Still missing some GT OEM’s
  • No members from Asia
  • Active recruitment underway

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Gas Turbine Engines TC Subcommittee Assignments

Communications

Honors and Awards

Education

Conferences

Membership

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liaisons
Liaisons

Need to set up liaisons with:

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new initiative
New Initiative

Assist with:

  • Centennial of Naval Aviation Conference.
  • Norfolk, VA. September 20-22, 2011

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high speed air breathing propulsion tech committee jpc report

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Tech CommitteeJPC Report

JPC 2010

Nashville, Tennessee

July 2010

Joaquin Castro

introduction joaquin castro
Introduction (Joaquin Castro)

Activities since ASM

Monthly steering committee telecoms

Continue to mature SharePoint

Published newsletter

Requested input for Year in Review Article

Two Short Courses Developed for JPC 2010

PDE

NPSS

Actions for JPC meetings (what we want to accomplish before we leave Nashville)

Ensure all subcommittees have the staffing they need

Ensure all subcommittees have leadership (& succession plan)

Enable liaison assignments and opportunities

Plan for membership – recruit additional U.S. and International members

Still have some HSABP logo polo shirts

Reiterate request for Year in Review Article input

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introduction joaquin castro continued
Introduction (Joaquin Castro) (continued)

Plans for next 6 months

Address conflict between Steering Co. Members (Subcommittee Chairs) and chairing sessions

Establish system for recurring e-Newsletters

Keep new SharePoint site up to date and useful

Continue support of Education, Communication, Awards, ASM, JPC Subcommittee activities

Add additional International members to TC

Additional liaison activities

JANNAF

Public Policy Committee

Local Chapters

Provide TC input for Year in Review Article

Begin planning and coordination for AIAA CVD

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Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure

= Open position to be filled

ABP Group

Jeff Hamstra

*Rotational position

Common Elements

Communications

John Sordyl

Education*

Dan Kirk

Honors & Awards*

Sivaram Gogineni

Aerospace Sciences Meeting

D.R. Reddy

Joint Propulsion Conference*

Janet Convery

Separate TCs

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration

Jeff Flamm

Gas Turbine Engines

Ian Halliwell

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion

Joaquin Castro

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Membership

Membership

Membership

Liaison

Liaison

Liaison

Communications

Communications

Communications

Education

Education

Education

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

Technical Disciplines

Technical Disciplines

high speed air breathing propulsion steering committee
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion – Steering Committee

Communications

Dora Musielak

Honors & Awards

Jinho Lee*

TC Chairman

Joaquin Castro

= Open position to be filled

Vice Chair

Ryan Starkey

Past Chair

Marty Bradley

Service Subcommittee Representatives

Liaison

Balu Sekar

Education

Daniel Kirk*

Membership

Venkat Tangirala

Conference Subcommittee Representatives

* Need Succession Planning

Aerospace Sciences Meeting

D.R. Reddy*

Joint Propulsion Conference

Roy Hartfield

hytasp pc hsabptctc joint meeting agenda renaissance hotel music city ballroom time
HyTASP PC / HSABPTCTC Joint Meeting AgendaRenaissance Hotel – Music City Ballroom Time

Welcome and Introductions (Goyne and Castro) (3 min)

Additions and Modifications to Agenda (all) (2 min)

X-51 Update (Charlie Br (45 min)

Status reports (all) (90 min)

Approval of Minutes from the Orlando meetings (Montgomery and Castro) (5 min)

Open action items (Montgomery and Castro) (5 min)

Announcement of the HyTASP Logo Contest Winner (Goyne) (5 min)

HyTASP PC Subcommittee activities summary ) (30 min)

Steering Subcommittee (Goyne)

Honors and Awards Subcommittee (Sekar)

Conference Subcommittee (Van Wie)

TC Liaison Subcommittee (Montgomery)

Public Policy Subcommittee (Bowcutt)

High Speed Airbreathing Propulsion TC Subcommittee activities summary (30min)

Next business meetings (5 min)

Adjourn

Tuesday, July 27, 1800 – 2200 hrs

high speed propulsion member positions 1
High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (1)

TC Chair – Joaquin Castro

Vice Chair – Ryan Starkey

Membership - Venkat Tangirala

Applications & Data– John Bradford

Recruiting (International) – Joaquin Castro, TBD

Member Upgrades –Hassan Hassan

Communications - Dora Musielak

Year in Review Article – Dora Musielak, Tom Kaemming, Takeshi Kanda, Dean Andreadis, see Liaison

Newsletter – Dora Musielak, TBD, see Liaison

Website – Jeff Dalton/Dora Musielak

Banner transportation - Joel Malo-Molina

Education - Daniel Kirk

Student Design Competition – Joel Malo-Molina, Dianne DeTurris

Outreach – Paul Czysz

Short Courses – PDE (Dan Paxson, Dora Musielak), High Speed Propulsion (Beckel, Bradley, Kirk)

Rick Dyer -Steve Beckel – Dean Andreadis – Roy Hartfield – Hassan Hassan

Honors and Awards - Jinho Lee

Propulsion Award Packages – Dora Musielak, TBD

Coordination with HyTASP Fred Billig Award – Balu Sekar

Student Award – TBD

Best Paper Awards – James Donohue

Please help us update your position(s)

E-mail to Marty & Joaquin

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high speed propulsion member positions 2
High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (2)

ASM - D.R.Reddy

ASM 11 – Venkat Tangirala

Tim O’Brien

ASM 12 - Hassan Hassan

ASM 13 – TBD?

JPC –Roy Hartfield

JPC 10 – Ryan Starkey

Manfred Peinemann

JPC 11 - Roy Hartfield

Liaison with Ground Test TC (coordinate with Steve Dunn)

JPC 12 – Venkat Tangirala

JPC 13 – TBD?

Please help us update your position(s)

E-mail to Marty & Joaquin

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high speed propulsion member positions 3
High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (3)

Liaison – Balu Sekar

HyTASP – Joaquin Castro / Ryan Starkey

JANNAF – Phil Drummond / Dean Andreadis /Steve Beckel

International Orgs. – John Steelant , Hayashi, Vinogradov, Neely, Bruno

Other TC’s/PC’s

Fluid Dynamics TC Moehlenkamp, Hassan Hassan

Ground Test – Balu Sekar

Congressional Visits Day – Joaquin Castro,need volunteer

AIAA Sections – Dora Musielak, et al.

AIAA University Chapters - Joel Malo-Molina, et al.

NASA Aeronautics – May Fun Liou/ D.R. Reddy / Jinho Lee

Please help us update your position(s)

E-mail to Marty & Joaquin

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communications subcommittee

Communications Subcommittee

Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees

TC General Meeting

JPC 2010 – Nashville, TN

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agenda
Agenda

Communication Subcommittee Membership, Roles and Responsibilities

Accomplishments

New Business

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communication sc membership and responsibilities
CommunicationSC Membership and Responsibilities
  • Attended 2010 JSM SC meeting

Communications Sub-Committee Responsibilities:

  • TC Publicity
    • Tri-Fold* Banners+
  • Website + (Enduring)
    • Newsletter+
    • Meeting Minutes*
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Michelle McMillan
  • Robert Webster
  • Jimmy Kenyon
  • Thomas Kaemming
  • Takeshi Kanda
  • Dhanireddy Reddy
  • Tom Berens
  • Charles Beard
  • Dean Andreadis
  • Chris Smith
  • Dyna Benchergui
  • Weldon Wainright
  • Todd Bailie
  • David Lucia
  • Robert Webster
  • Dora Musielak
  • Ravi Srinivasan
  • Tim O’Brien
  • John Sordyl
  • Anne-Laure Delot
  • Neal Herring
  • Jeff Dalton

Ex officio:

  • Jeff Flamm
  • Rob Bruckner
  • Ian Halliwell

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* ABP Level

+ TC Level

communications roles
Communications Roles

ABP level activities (Tri-Fold, Meeting Minutes) – John Sordyl

HSABP chair: Dora Musielak

Website: Jeff Dalton

Newsletter: Dora Musielak

Year in Review Highlights: Dora Musielak

GTETC chair: John Sordyl

Website: Todd Bailie

Newsletter: Robert Webster

Year in Review Highlights: Jimmy Kenyon

ABPSI chair: Weldon Wainwright

Website: Neal Herring

Newsletter: Weldon Wainwright

Year in Review Highlights: Dyna Benchergui

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communications accomplishments
Communications Accomplishments

Websites for all 3 TC’s are transitioned to sharepoint

GTETC: https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/GTETC/

ABPSI: https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/ABPSITC/

HSABP: https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/HSABPTC/

Newsletters issued by HSABP, GTETC

JPC 2010 Session Cover Slide established

Official logos designated, uploaded to sharepoint for commonality and revision control

Tri-fold revised, printed 150 for JPC 2010

AIAA denied request for stable chair@aiaa.org e-mail addresses for TC chairs.

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Cover Slides, Tri-fold
  • Jimmy Kenyon generated GTETC cover slide
  • Enthusiastic reception, positive comments from session attendees at JPC 2010

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Sharepoint Status

Dora Musilak created sharepoint for HSABP, point of contact for content uploads

  • Todd Bailie created sharepoint for GTETC, point of contact for content uploads
  • File sharing will be accomplished through sharepoint (including meeting minutes) – Please submit minutes to your TC webmaster
  • GTETC sharepoint currently hosting Joint ABP material (dinner meeting slides, tri-fold)
newsletter status
Newsletter Status

Robert Webster authored newsletter for GTETC (released 7/25/2010)

  • Dora Musielak authored newsletter for HSABP (released 7/26/2010)
  • Newsletters will be updated as required (nominally twice annually, more if needed)
  • Individual TC content, plus common ABP Award Information
new business
New Business

Add Logos overlaid on top of AIAA logo

Please provide updated contact information for TC communication through e-mail

Update contact information on tri-fold, websites to e-mail addresses

Year in Review article due September 24th

Web-based Guidebooks – on hold for now, revisit later

Suggest monthly telecons for steering committees, set on a fixed day of the month (e.g. second Tuesday)

Clarify sharepoint password requirements for sensitive data (e.g. prospective award nominees, potential recruitment lists)

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2010 JPC ABP Honors & Awards Subcommittee Attendees

10 in Attendance

Jeff Flamm

Sivaram Gogineni

Dave Mayer

Marty Bradley

Nicole Key

Jinho Lee

Dora Musielak

Rob Webster

John Bradford

Dave Mayer

rotating leads
Rotating Leads

Sivaram Gogineni,Turbine (chair 2010/11)

Jinho Lee, High Speed, (2011/12)

Dave Mayer , ABPSI (2012/13)

The Honors & Awards Subcommittee Leads of HS, Turbine and PAI agreed to serve as one (Reno 2008)

  • Will continue with rotating chair
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2009/10 ABP Awards Timeline

2010

2011

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Award

Aerospace Sciences

Meeting - 1/11

Awards

Ceremony At JPC - 7/11

Selection

Teams

Established

Air Breathing Propulsion

Nominations Due 10/1/10

Nominations to ABP TC

Selection

To AIAA HQ

Gordon Oates

Nominations

Due 1/31/11

Nominations to ABP TC

Selection

To AIAA HQ

Typical

Best Paper

(indv. TC’s)

Candidates

Available

From JPC ’10

Candidates

Available

From ASM ’11

Selection

To AIAA HQ

2010 air breathing propulsion award
2010 Air Breathing Propulsion Award
  • Bobby L. Berrier, NASA Langley Research Center Retired
  • For extensive and sustained contributions to the understanding of propulsion airframe integration on a broad range of military and commercial aircraft as an individual contributor and technology leader.
  • 3 nomination packages received (1 New and 2 Rollover)
  • Minimum 50% endorsement from GTE, High Speed, ABPSI, and P&C TC’s
  • Selection committee
    • Nicole Key (head judge)
    • Raymond Best
    • Marty Bradley
    • Robert Bruckner
    • Jeffrey Flamm
    • Sivaram Gogineni
    • Jinho Lee
    • Joseph Oefelein (P&C)
air breathing propulsion award
Air Breathing Propulsion Award
  • The selection team’s decision must be endorsed by an e-mail vote of at least 50% of the ABPTC’s and P&C TC.
abp award criteria
ABP Award Criteria

Nominator must distinguish the candidate’s work as to how it relates to Air Breathing Propulsion systems and processes

Air Breathing Propulsion Award

Propellants and Combustion Award

Established in 1975, the Air Breathing Propulsion Award is presented for meritorious accomplishment in the arts, sciences, and technology of air breathing propulsion systems.

First presented in 1990, the Propellants and Combustion Award is presented for outstanding technical contributions to aeronautical or astronautical combustion engineering.

gordon c oates graduate award
Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award

2010 Recipient: Collin Otis -  Laboratory for Computational Transport Phenomena University of Pittsburgh

Research focus: Accurate and Affordable Prediction of Combined Cycle Airbreathing Propulsion Systems in Hypersonic Aircraft

Nine applicants this year

$5,000 cash award presented for outstanding Graduate Student Research in the area of Air Breathing Propulsion

  • Selection committee
    • Jeff Flamm (head judge)
    • Norbert Bissinger
    • Marty Bradley
    • Robert Bruckner
    • Nicole Key
    • Jinho Lee
    • Mathias Ihme
    • Christopher Hughes

POC for 2011– Jinho Lee

h a summary
H&A Summary
  • Continued brainstorm of ABP candidates
    • 2 known to be in preparation
  • Add ABP guidelines/sample nomination to ABP web site – Sivaram
  • Potential new nomination form and higher quota of candidates
  • Potential Conflict of interest issue. Judge should identify potential conflict of interest to head judge. Resolution at the discretion of head judge
  • Nicole Key: POC for ABP award
  • Jinho Lee: POC for GC Oates award
  • H&A Telecon 8/19/10 at 1:00 PM EDT (Dave Mayer)
h a recommendations
H&A Recommendations

Need at least 2 nominees from each TC to maintain ABP Award

Deadline Oct 1!

It is everyone’s responsibility to seek out nominees!

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Air Breathing Propulsion Group - Education Sub committee -

Ian Halliwell

46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference

July 27, 2010

agenda1
Agenda

Education SC: New SC Chair - Rob McAmis

AIAA Short Courses

AIAA Student Engine Design Competition

K-12 Education

Other Initiatives

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Air Breathing Propulsion Organizational Structure

ABP Group

Common Elements

Communications

Education

Honors & Awards

Aerospace Sciences Meeting

Joint Propulsion Conference

Separate TCs

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration

Gas Turbine Engines

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Conferences JPC/ASM

Membership

Membership

Membership

Liaison

Liaison

Liaison

Communications

Communications

Communications

Education

Education

Education

Honors & Awards

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Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

Technical Disciplines

Technical Disciplines

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ABP Education Committee Working Groups

Working Group Leads

Engine Design Competition

K-12 Outreach

Short Courses

Rod Daebelliehn

Dora Musielak

Ian Halliwell

  • Keys to getting things done:
    • Stay focused on working group tasks
    • Have working group interaction (telecons/webinars/email) at least once a month
    • Use conference meetings more as a place to solve larger issues, float new ideas, update technical committees on progress
aiaa short courses

AIAA Short Courses

- Recent Activities -

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AIAA Short Courses

Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Group

(GTE, HSABP & ABPSI

Technical Committees)

NPSS: A Practical Introduction

Taught by:

Ed Butzin – Wolverine Ventures

Paul Johnson - Wolverine Ventures

Ian Halliwell – Avetec

Scheduled for JPC 2010

P & E Group - Educational Activities - January 2010

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AIAA Short Courses

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion

Technical Committee

Air Breathing Pulse Detonation Engine Technology

Taught by:

Dan Paxson – NASA Glenn

Dora Musielak – Consultant

Fred Schauer - AFRL

Gary Lidstone - Aerojet

Tom Kaemming – Boeing

K. Kailasanath – Naval Research Lab

RaziNalim – Purdue University

VenkatTangirala - GE Research

Scheduled for JPC 2010

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AIAA Short Courses

In planning

Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Group

Air Breathing Propulsion Design

taught by

Ian Halliwell - Avetec

Chen Chuck – Boeing

Steve Beckel – ATK

David Yeats - GE

Malcolm MacLean - GE

New material is being prepared.

The intention is to turn it into a “design” course rather than a technology review.

To be offered at JPC 2011

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Engine Design Competition
  • 2009/2010
  • A Propulsion System for a Hypersonic TBCC Technology Demonstrator Vehicle
    • Proposals received
    • Judging panel set up

…… A conceptual design of a Mach 5-6 technology demonstrator that incorporates a highly integrated turbine -based combined cycle propulsion system. Both low speed and high speed propulsion systems will be powered using hydrocarbon fuel.”

P & E Group - Educational Activities - January 2010

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Engine Design Competition
  • 2010/2011
  • An Ultra High Bypass Ratio
  • Turbofan Engine
  • With Thrust Reverser
    • RFP completed
    • Special interest by GRC & P&W

P & E Group - Educational Activities - January 2010

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action
Action

Ian Halliwell presented the proposal

To establish a joint AIAA/ASME Student Team Engine Design Competition

To expand the Student Team Engine Design Competition to include a Graduate Division, either cooperatively or within AIAA

to the IGTI Education Committee & the IGTI Aircraft Engines Committee at TurboExpo2010 in Glasgow

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result
Result

A proposal is now being submitted by Bill Cousins (Chairman of the IGTI Aircraft Engines Technical Committee ) to the ASMEBoD

IGTI resources will be used to support a joint AIAA/IGTI Engine Design Competition

$6000 will be requested from the ASME Foundation to fund a Graduate Division in the competition

..…..to be continued.

P & E Group - Educational Activities - January 2010

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K-12 Education- Update

“Promote and Facilitate the education of Air Breathing Propulsion Science and Technology”

  • Roy Hartfield will lead effort to get propulsion education material on the AIAA Education website
  • Idea was floated regarding using conference as venue for table-top demo for educators to learn about
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K-12 Education (Cont.) Demo Ideas
  • Hovercraft model
  • Nozzle demo with compressed air source
  • Schlieren/shadowgraph
  • Compressed air duster can produces shockwave visible in shadowgraph
  • Balsa wood compressor power by candle / compressed air
  • Balloon powered car / compressed air powered car – design a better nozzle aka Boy Scout Pinewood Derby
  • Jet Cat Demo – Roy Hartfield
  • Work with schools and other orgs – Boy Scouts/ Girl Scouts/ Civil Air Patrol
  • Candle power engine see video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dZ56yNldJQ
review
Review

The TAC Education Workshop at ASM2009 covered:

The role of education in the AIAA Strategic plan

The links between TAC and

Professional Member Education Committee

Student Activities Committee

Pre-college Outreach Committee

Academic Affairs Committee

to sustain a robust aerospace workforce & develop next-generation professionals

Brain-storming sessions generated ideas for follow-up

So the ABP Group needs to participate!

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suggested actions
Suggested Actions

Work more closely with STEM K-12 Outreach on existing programs. Find out what is needed

Identify Education Subcommittee Chair or POC in each TC

Identify TAC/NIS counterpart in each TC

Strongly encourage all TCs to generate presentations for middle schools, high schools and colleges

Set up a Student Section in every Engineering College

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action taken
Action Taken

Follow-up Action from Education Workshop ASM2009

Contacted all TC & PC leaders on March 22, 2010.

Requested that they each generate one or two activities suitable for use by the STEM K-12 Outreach Committee.

Responses from the Air Breathing Propulsion Group are as follows.

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results
Results

Air Breathing Propulsion Group

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC:

Stephen Johnson, Christopher Hughes & Bruce McKay

Gas Turbine Engines TC:

Ian Halliwell

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ongoing
Ongoing

Following up with each TC point of contact with advice on specific requirements and likely timescales

Coordinating progress with STEM K-12 Outreach Committee

Hoping for results by end of 2010

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additional pre college activities

Additional Pre-College Activities

Engineers-as-Educators Workshops

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Pre-College Activities: “Engineers-as-Educators” Workshop – this week!

P & E Group - Educational Activities - January 2010

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New Ideas (1)

A half-day session at JPC – a workshop or Tutorial on “Practical Gas Turbine Engine Design”

Demonstrations on use of design codes

Should appeal to young engineers, engineering faculty, students

Assist with participation in Engine Design Competition (Address last years topic?)

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New Ideas (2)

STEM K-12 Outreach

Beck Technologies Pulse Jet Demonstration

Inexpensive

Safe (relatively!)

Rotate around Sections

Generate TAC funding request after further investigation

Long term goal is to develop a safe and affordable version that can be left with the teachers

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Joint Propulsion Conference Subcommittee

Air Breathing Propulsion

Group General Meeting

July 26, 2010

Nashville, TN

jpc schedule
JPC Schedule
  • 2010: 25-28 July, Nashville, TN
  • 2011: 1-3 Aug, San Diego, CA
  • 2012: 30 July – 1 Aug, Atlanta, GA
    • Possible ITAR Session being investigated
  • 2013: 15-17 July, San Jose, CA
  • 2014: Cleveland, OH
  • 2015: ??

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JPC 2010 – Nashville, TN

Subcommittee Chair: Ryan P. Starkey (member HSABP TC)

Technical Area Chairs

Gas Turbine Engines TC – Janet Convery

2010: 52 Abstracts/13 Sessions

2009: 62 Abstracts/14 Sessions

Hypersonic Technologies and Aerospace Planes PC / High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC – Ryan Starkey

2010: 82 Abstracts / 16 Sessions

2009: 64 Abstracts /16 Sessions

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC / System Concepts and Supporting Propulsion Technologies – Don Malloy

2010: 32 Abstracts (ABPSI 7, SC 25) / 8 Sessions

2009: ABPSI 44, SC 43=87 Abstracts /17 Sessions

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JPC Summary Statistics

2008:

Abstracts – 127 received / 115 accepted (49 WD/NS = 43%)

Conference total = 898 Abstracts (238 WD/NS = 28%)

2009: 4 Invited / 42 Paper Sessions

Abstracts – 213 received / 180+ accepted

94+ US / 47+ China / 7+ Japan / 30+ Other

Conference total = 730 Abstracts

2010: 3+ Invited / 37 Paper Sessions

Abstracts – 166 received / ?? Accepted

Conference total = 714 Abstracts (149 rejected, withdrawn early)

Conference total = 160 Sessions

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JPC 201X Hot Dates / Hot Topics

Jan 22 - Abstracts reviewed and sessions built

Feb 3 - Final Technical program

Feb 25 - Author Notification of Acceptance

Should Author Acknowledgement forms be used?

Follow up with authors monthly: March 1, April 1, May 1, June 1

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Issues for Discussion (for JPC 2010+)

No-paper/No-podium & No-podium/no-paper enforcement

Special session suggestions

Joint Session with Ground Test TC (POC Steve Dunn)

Additional X-51 Flight Reports

Open Rotor, Green Initiatives, TBCC Inlets, NASA N+3

Involvement for paper reviews/chairing sessions

Everyone expected to do this, but not all are volunteering

New ScholarOne software has been very problematic

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JPC 2011: 1-3 Aug, San Diego, CA

Subcommittee Chair – Janet Convery from GTE

Technical Area Chairs

Gas Turbine Engines TC

Guillermo Paniagua

HyTASP PC

Tim O’Brien

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

Roy Hartfield

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

Rod Daebelliehn

Don Malloy

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JPC 2012: 30 July – 1 Aug, Atlanta, GA

Subcommittee Chair – Michelle McMillan (ABPSI)

Technical Area Chairs

Gas Turbine Engines TC

Gerry Welch

HyTASP PC

Tim O’Brien

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

TBD

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

Michelle McMillan

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JPC 2013: 15-17 July, San Jose, CA

Subcommittee Chair – Tim O’Brien (HSABP)

Technical Area Chairs

Gas Turbine Engines TC

TBD

HyTASP PC

Tim O’Brien

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

Tim O’Brien

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

Bruce McKay

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Aerospace Sciences Meeting Subcommittee

Air Breathing Propulsion

Subgroup General Meeting

July 27, 2010

Nashville, TN

asm 2011
ASM 2011

ASM Subcommittee Chair

D.R. Reddy

Technical Area Chairs

Jayanta Kapat – Gas Turbine Engines TC

Venkat Tangirala – High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

Don Malloy – Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

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ASM 2011 Statistics (High Speed ABP)

37 Abstracts received

Review of Abstracts underway

7 sessions Planned

Invited Sessions:

TBCC Inlet Sessions (one or two – Tim O’Brien)

Reduced submittal from India and China

May be attributed to No podium, No paper policy enforcement

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ASM 2011 Statistics – Gas Turbine Engines TC

42 Abstracts received

Abstracts Being Reviewed Currently

7 Sessions Planned - subject to # of abstracts accepted

Invited Sessions

Alternative Fuels – Jointly with ABPSI – (Balu Sekar)

Distributed Propulsion – Two sessions (Hyun Dae Kim)

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ASM 2011 Statistics (ABP System Integration TC)

12 Abstracts Received (24 in 2010)

Review of Abstracts Underway

Abstracts submissions low compared to 2010

Some abstracts were submitted to HSABP and GTE TCs

It is suggested that the three technical area chairs (TAC) from all the three TCs (HSABP, GTE, and ABPSI) be granted access to all the abstracts to enable proper placement of abstracts in appropriate TC areas.

3 ABPSI Sessions

1 Invited Oral Only Session: Alternative Fuels (Jointly with GTE TC)

2 Paper Sessions

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ASM 2012

Subcommittee Chair

Mani Subramanian (?)

Technical Area Chairs from 3TCs

Gas Turbine Engines - Mani Subramanian

ABP System Integration – Vance Dippold, III

High Speed ABP - Hassan Hassan

Specialty Sub-chairs

To be determined by the TACs as needed

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Issues for Discussion (for ASM 2012)

ASM 2012Special sessions:

Aircraft Engine Icing

Issues w/Cryogenic Fuels – Scramjet Propulsion (?)

Inlet /Fan Integration

Progress Review – Hypersonic Centers (AF/NASA-funded) – POC : Hassan Hassan

Report on NASA N+3 Studies (phase II)

Green Initiative – Open Rotor, Alternative Fuels

Effect of Volcanic Ash on Gas Turbine Engines - POCs: Ian Halliwell, Rob Bruckner, and Jimmy Kenyon

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Centennial of Naval Aviation Briefing

by Dyna Benchergui, Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, July 25-28 2010

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Centennial of Naval Aviation Event

AIAA Centennial of Naval Aviation Conference held in conjunction with NAS Oceana Airshow 2011

Objective:

Celebrate the Centennial of Naval Aviation in style by bringing together the technical and aviation sides of US Naval Aviation in one integrated event, followed by a top Navy airshow, taking place in a historical location (Norfolk/Virginia Beach)

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Scope: Centennial of Naval Aviation Conference, accompanied by special events

Dates: September 20-22 2011 (Conferences)

September 23-25 2011 (Special Events)

Location: Norfolk/ VA Beach

Co-located with 2 other AIAA Aerospace Conferences

Aviation Technology, Integration and Operations (ATIO) Conference, including Lighter-than-Air and Balloon Technology Conference

Weapon System Effectiveness Conference

Centennial of Naval Aviation Event (cont.)
centennial of naval aviation special events
Centennial of Naval Aviation Special Events

NAS Oceana Airshow

Sept 23-25 2011

Navy Historic Aircraft Tributes

Aircraft Carrier Tours

  • Reunions
  • Golf Tournament
  • Banquet
  • NAS Oceana Tour
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Centennial of Naval Aviation Conference Structure

Opening Keynote Speech: “100 Years of Naval Aviation”

Technical sessions, invited Panels and Keynote Speakers, covering all technical aspects of Navy aircraft, carriers, weapons and Naval Operations.

Potential Professional Development Courses

11 Technical Areas

●History

●Aircraft Design

●Carrier Design

●Weapon Design

● Naval Operations

●Propulsion/Power/ Thermal

●Military Aircraft Systems

●Structures and Fatigue

●Defense Acquisition and Lifecycle Management

●UAV’s

●C4ISR

(Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance)

centennial of naval aviation committee structure
Centennial of Naval Aviation Committee Structure

Currently Seeking involvement of ABP TC’s:

Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC

Gas Turbine Engines TC

High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

AIAA Technical Committees

●Aircraft Design TC

●Structures TC

●Adaptive Structures TC

●V/STOL TC

●Flight Test TC

●Digital Avionics TC

●History TC

●Missile Systems TC

●Propulsion TC’s

Department of the Navy

●Commander, Naval Air Forces

●NAVAIR

Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division

●SPAWAR

●NAS Oceana Airshow Director

Organizations

●Naval Aviation Associations

●American Helicopter Society

●National Institute of Aerospace

●NASA Langley

●Other