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Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees Joint TC General Meeting. 47 th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit Orlando World Center Marriott Tuesday, January 06, 2009. Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration.
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Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees Joint TC General Meeting 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting & Exhibit Orlando World Center Marriott Tuesday, January 06, 2009 Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration
Time Topic Speaker 7:00 Convene - Dinner 7:15 Call to order & Introductions 7:20 P&E Group Director Comments Gupta 7:30 Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Status General Remarks Hamstra P&E Group Meeting Summary Hamstra ABP Steering Committee Meeting Hamstra Membership Report (02) Gaitonde 8:00 Technical Committee reports (15 Min each) High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion (03) Bradley Gas Turbine Engines (04) Bruckner Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration (05) Best General Meeting Agenda (1 of 2) Tuesday, January 6, 2009 Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration
Time Topic Speaker 8:45 Service & Conference Reports (10 Min Each) Communications (06) Herbon Honors and Awards (07) Lee Education (08) Gaeta ASM Conference (09) Reddy JPC Conference (10) Starkey 9:40 Other Business All 10:00 Closing Comments & Adjourn Hamstra General Meeting Agenda (2 of 2) Tuesday, January 6, 2009 Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration
Roll Call (1 of 2) • ABP Subgroup Committee members in attendance tonight were: • Distinguished guests tonight included: • Mr. Jeff Hamstra Deputy Director – Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup • Dr. Ashwani Gupta Director P&E Group • Dr. David Lilley Deputy Director – Energy Subgroup • Dr. Mark Lewis Former Chief Scientist – USAF • Dr. Essam Khalil Professor Cairo University Egypt
Roll Call (2 of 2) • ABP Subgroup Committee members in attendance tonight were:
Propulsion & Energy Group Meeting Summary Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
P&E TCs Ashwani K. Gupta Director, P&E Group January 5, 2009
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 Director Propulsion & Energy Ashwani Gupta P&E 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 (New) High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC (New) Air Breathing Propulsion Integration TC (New) Nuclear & Future Flight Propulsion TC Energetic Components & Systems TC Propellants & Combustion TC
TAC Organization - 2008 Vice President Staff Liaison Deputy VP Groups of Discipline and Technology Committees Groups of Technology Integration, Systems, and Program Committees Database And IT Interaction Committee Liaisons New Initiatives New Programs
Future JPC Planning JPC Locations 2004 Ft. Lauderdale, Pratt&Whitney 2005 Tucson, Raytheon 2006 Sacramento, Aerojet 2007 Cincinnati, GE 2008 Hartford, Pratt & Whitney 2009 Denver,LMC – update from AIAA 2010 Nashville, GRC – update from AIAA • TBD Seattle, San Diego, Anchorage, Albuquerque (P&E 7/20/08) • TBD Charleston, Montreal, Boston, Baltimore, Savannah • . . . . . etc.
Essam E Khalil Fellow AIAA Candidate, Director International • Goals • Foster international collaboration • Promote the products and services offered by AIAA in the international market • Promote international student and aerospace community membership in the AIAA • Further enhance the networking opportunities for stronger aerospace community • Expand on the creation of local international sections and chapters of the AIAA • Promote AIAA to maintain as the lead premier aerospace professional organization internationally • Expand on the international workshops to benefit the students, young professionals and aerospace community • Professor, Cairo University, Egypt, 1988 to present • AIAA Activities: • Deputy Director Region VII, 2004 + • Member of Thermophysics TC, 2000+ • Member, Terrestrial Energy TC, 2003+ and Vice Chair 2006 + • Promote AIAA Products and services • Internationally • Help in judging International Students Projects Competition • Member of IECEC Steering committee, 2003 + , Technical program Chair of IECEC 2009
Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Status Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
ABP Subgroup Overview • 2008 Was Year Of Great Change • Transition From Legacy ABP TC To New 3-TC Structure Was Successfully Completed • New TCs Are Operational & Adequately Staffed • Goals For 2009 • Refine Inter-TC ConOps • Continue Membership Growth With Special Attention To Targeted Demographics • Move Forward As Individual TCs On Expanded TC Charters While Retaining Subgroup Connectivity • Ensure Engagement Of All TC Members
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 Director Propulsion & Energy Ashwani Gupta P&E Organization – 4 Subgroups With 12 TCs 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 Systems Integration TC Nuclear & Future Flight Propulsion TC Energetic Components & Systems TC Propellants & Combustion TC
Conferences Conferences Conferences Services Services Services Technical Disciplines Technical Disciplines Technical Disciplines Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure ABP Subgroup Effective May 1, 2008 Common Elements Communications Herbon Membership Gaitonde Education Gaeta Honors & Awards Lee Aerospace Sciences Meeting Reddy Liaison Joint Propulsion Conference Starkey Separate TCs Gas Turbine Engines Chair: Bruckner High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Chair: Bradley Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Chair: Best
ABP Steering Committee MeetingSummary Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
ABP Steering Committee Meeting Agenda Monday, January 5, 2009 • Opening Comments • ASM09 Tempo & Joint ABP Meeting Agenda • P&E Group Meeting Summary • New Member Applications • Top Issues • Awards Procedures • Paper No-Shows & Withdrawals • Succession Planning • Path Forward As Individual TCs • Open Forum
Path Forward • Theme For 2008: Stand Up & Stabilize New Organization • Theme For 2009: Retain ABP Connectivity, Yet Move Forward As Individual TCs • What Unique Value/Product Is Your TC Providing? • Awards, Publications, Training, Special Events, Cooperative Events With Other TCs/PCs/Societies, CVD, etc. • Make Sure New Members Are Engaged & Understand Expectations & Tempo • Continue Active Membership Recruitment • What Needs To Be Worked/Improved In Terms Of ABP Cooperative Structure?
Upcoming Conferences • ASM • 2009 – 2011 • Orlando • 2012 – 2014 • Gaylord Properties rotating through Baltimore, Dallas, Denver • JPC • 09 – Denver • 10 – Nashville • 11 – San Diego leading candidate
Membership Report Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
TC Membership Nominations Accepted From International Community Government, Academia, Industry, At-large Qualifications Reviewed & Members Selected By TC Chair Typical Commitment Is For Three Consecutive One-Year Terms Membership List Reviewed Annually Active Involvement Required To Maintain Membership! Your Home Organization Sponsors Members Activities TC Size Controlled By AIAA Limited to 35 Regular Members Associate and International Memberships Are Unlimited
TC Profiles – 2008-2009 +2 +2 Gas Turbines High-Speed ABP +2 +1 +1 +1 +1 +3 ABPSI TC +2 +1 +2 +1 +1 +1
Membership Upgrades Senior Member: Individuals who have demonstrated a successful professional practice in the arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics for the equivalent of at least eight years … or who have at least eight years of continuous professional membership in AIAA. The Membership Committee reviews applications and nominations each month. Senior Members receive a certificate and lapel pin. Associate Fellow: Individuals who have accomplished or been in charge of important engineering or scientific work … or have done original work of outstanding merit … or have otherwise made outstanding contributions to the arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics. Nominees must be Senior Members with at least 12 years of professional experience (four years of post-graduate studies may be included, if applicable). Three AIAA member references with the standing of Associate Fellow, Fellow, or Honorary Fellow are required. Nomination forms are due by 15 April; references are due by 15 May. Newly elected Associate Fellows receive a certificate and lapel pin and are honored at the Associate Fellows Dinner held in conjunction with the Aerospace Science Conference each January. Roles and Responsibilities: Membership Subcommittee Look for email first week of February reminding you to evaluate eligibility for upgrade and to initiate application process if desired
Roles and Responsibilities: Membership Subcommittee Membership Upgrades Fellow: Individuals of distinction in aeronautics or astronautics who have made notable valuable contributions to the aerospace arts, sciences, or technologies. Nominees must be Associate Fellows. Five AIAA member references (of specific AIAA member grades) are required. Nomination forms are due by 15 June; references are due by 15 July. Newly elected Fellows receive a certificate and lapel pin and are honored at the Aerospace Spotlight Gala. Honorary Fellow: Individuals of eminence in aeronautics or astronautics distinguished by long and highly contributive careers in the aerospace arts, sciences, or technologies. Nominees must be Fellows. Five AIAA member references are required. Nomination forms are due by 15 June; references are due by 15 July. Newly elected Honorary Fellows receive a certificate and lapel pin and are honored at the Aerospace Spotlight Gala. Look for email first week of February reminding you to evaluate eligibility for upgrade and to initiate application process if desired
Ways To Get & Stay Involved Work Through Subcommittee Chairs & Conference Organizers; Many Opportunities To Volunteer Awards/Competitions To Judge Technical Session Support At Conferences Contribute To Web Site, Annual Newsletter, & Highlights Article Development Numerous Requests For Help Via Email Perform As TC Officer Maintain Membership In AIAA; Pursue Membership Advances (Sr. Member, Associate Fellow, etc.) Take Advantage Of Local AIAA Activities TC involvement is a chance to augment your career through participation in the national propulsion community! If you don’t have an assignment, please see your TC Chair.
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Tech CommitteeASM Report for Combined ABP Dinner Meeting 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Orlando, Florida 6 January 2009 Marty Bradley
Communications Tom Kaemming Honors & Awards Jinho Lee Education Daniel Kirk Membership Datta Gaitonde Aerospace Sciences Meeting 2009 D.R. Reddy Joint Propulsion Conference 2009 Ryan Starkey High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion – Office holders TC Chairman Marty Bradley Vice Chair Joaquin Castro Past Chair Lance Chenault Service Subcommittee Representatives Conference Subcommittee Representatives
TC Profile - High-Speed ABP – Jan 2009 “GPA”=2.2
Membership (Gaitonde) • Proactive Membership Upgrades • Senior Member / Associate Fellow / Fellow / Honorary Fellow • Members will receive reminder e-mails before application deadlines (includes help finding recommendations) • Everyone has receive a short email questionnaire requesting information to update membership database – areas of technical interest being established • Dianne DeTurris & May-Fun Liou are accepted as (early cycle) members • 2 other new highly qualified applicants have been approved (normal cycle) - Hassan Hassan & Dora Musielak • In 2009, recruit more International Members
TC Chair – Marty Bradley Vice Chair – Joaquin Castro Membership - Datta Gaitonde Applications & Data– Datta Gaitonde Recruiting (International) – Joaquin Castro or TBD? Member Upgrades – Doug Garrard Communications - Tom Kaemming – TBD Replacement Year in Review Article – Takeshi Kanda, Dean Andreadis Newsletter – Chris Smith Website – Dave Lucia, Ravi Srinivasan Education - Daniel Kirk Student Design Competition – Joel Malo-Molina Outreach – Paul Czysz Short Courses – Dan Paxson Rick Dyer -Steve Beckel – Dean Andreadis – Roy Hartfield Honors and Awards - Jinho Lee Propulsion Award Packages – Venkat Tangirala Coordination with HyTASP Fred Billig Award – Balu Sekar Student Award – David Allen Best Paper Awards – James Donohue Doug Lewis, John Bradford High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (1)
ASM - D.R.Reddy ASM 09 - D.R. Reddy Dan Paxson / Ron Springer / Jinho Lee ASM 10 –Bill Engblom Houshang Ebrahimi ASM 11 – Roy Hartfield (Tentative) TBD JPC – Ryan Starkey JPC 09 – Ryan Starkey Tim O’Brien, John Klinge JPC 10 –Adam Rasheed Manfred Peinemann Liaison HyTASP – Joaquin Castro JANNAF – Phil Drummond / Dean Andreadis /Steve Beckel European Orgs. – John Steelant Other TC’s/PC’s– Aerothermal TC Moehlemkamp Ground Test – Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard? Congressional Visits Day – Joaquin Castro AIAA Sections – TBD NASA Aeronautics – Dianne DeTurris High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (2)
Communications (Tom Kaemming) • Developed new logo • Identified 2 members to support web site update • Non-conference TC meetings • Monthly HSABP “Steering Committee” telecons • How to better engage with members that miss a conference? • Send out briefing material with notes after the conference • Provided inputs to single ABP newsletter published at JPC • Coordinate with HyTASP to provide HSABP inputs to future HyTASP Newsletters • Year-end highlight article in Aerospace America. • Coordinated with HyTASP & Turbines & Integration
Honors & Awards (Jinho Lee) • Working with HyTASP on Fred Billig Hypersonic Award • HyTASP PC seems to now have authority to sponsor an award • We will continue to let HyTASP lead the effort to establish this award • HSABP will offer to provide a representative to the selection committee if needed • HSABP supports exploration of having three separate graduate student awards • ABP lifetime achievement award • HSABP has committed to provide at least one new high speed nomination by Oct 1
Education (Daniel Kirk) • Student Design Competitions • Keep flexible and find good topics, don’t follow a rigid topic rotation through each TC • Make sure high speed topics are suggested • Professional Development Courses • Support keeping current ABP short course alive • NIA (National Institute of Aerospace) has a short course on “Advanced Hypersonic Propulsion” - presented in 2007 (some instructors are HSABP & HyTASP members) • Talk to NIA about collaboration • Outline established for unsteady propulsion short course. No additional progress yet. • K-12 Education • Continue to work together with Turbines and Integration • Help develop tabletop demonstration project • Tabletop propulsion engine, choked nozzle demo, shockwave visualization, etc. • Could this be a University project to develop the portable demonstration project?
Liaison (Joaquin Castro) • HyTASP • Develop plan to increase information sharing between Hypersonics Conferences and ASM/JPC High Speed Propulsion Sessions (didn’t work last time) • HSABP inputs to HyTASP newsletter • JANNAF - Several overlapping members • Have telecon specifically to discuss JANNAF liaison • Encourage authors to sanitize JANNAF topics for AIAA presentation • Aerothermal TC (Moehlenkamp) – Status? • Ground Test TC (Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard?) • Attended GTTC Propulsion Subcommittee meeting Monday evening • European Organizations – Recruit additional members • Asian Organizations - Recruit additional members • NASA Hypersonics – Fundamental Aero Program is having their own annual hypersonic research conferences (Joint with AFOSR) – get presentations/papers for AIAA Sessions – Diane DeTurris • Congressional Visits Day – Joaquin Castro • AIAA Sections –TBD
CRITERIA A. Effectiveness of existing TC B. TAC governance C. Liaisons D.No. of TC meetings each year and how active are the TC members E. Special tasks by TC METRIC ITEMS FOR EACH TC EVALUATION A 1. Membership balance analysis A 2. Create/update a charter A 3. Number of foreign members (optional) B 1. Succession planning B 2. Training C 1. AIAA TC’s C 2. Local or Regional AIAA Chapters C 3. Other Professional Organizations ( i.e. SAE, ASME, etc. ) D 1. No. of Members that attend D 2. No. of TC members that actively work on your TC subcommittees E 1. Professional short courses E 2. Higher Educational Programs (Graduate and Undergraduate) E 3. K-12 Educational Programs E 4. Community Programs Publications: E 5. Books E 6. Design Guides E 7. News letters/Bulletins E 8. Journal Articles E 9. AIAA papers E 10. Aerospace America Articles Awards/Scholarships: E 11. Student (Graduate & Undergraduate) E 12. Young Engineers E 13. Lifetime achievement E 14. AIAA service Congress Contact: E 15. Participate in Congressional Day Visit Importance order 1 1 1 1 1 No. of Metric Items 2 plus 1 Optional Item 2 3 2 15 Points per Metric Item 5 5 5 5 5 Max Value of Metrics 10 plus 5 Optional 10 15 10 75 Max Percentage Evaluation Metric 8.33 plus 4.2% extra 8.33% 12.5% 8.33% 62.5% TOTAL = 80 TC: HSABP A. 15 points B. 10 points C. 10 points D. 10 points E. 40 points Percent Eval each TC 12.53 8.33 8.33 8.33 33.33 Total = 71% HSABP TC Metrics Score Sheet
HSABP TC Metrics E 1. Professional short courses E 2. Higher Educational Programs (Graduate and Undergraduate) E 3. K-12 Educational Programs E 4. Community Programs Publications: E 5. Books E 6. Design Guides E 7. News letters/Bulletins E 8. Journal Articles E 9. AIAA papers E 10. Aerospace America Articles Awards/Scholarships: E 11. Student (Graduate & Undergraduate) E 12. Young Engineers E 13. Lifetime achievement E 14. AIAA service Congress Contact: E 15. Participate in Congressional Day Visit A 1. Membership balance analysis A 2. Create/update a charter A 3. Number of foreign members (optional) B 1. Succession planning B 2. Training C 1. AIAA TC’s C 2. Local or Regional AIAA Chapters C 3. Other Professional Organizations ( i.e. SAE, ASME, etc. ) D 1. No. of Members that attend D 2. No. of TC members that actively work on your TC subcommittees
HSABP “To Do” List • Get new members assigned to service committees • Website – continue updates and enhancements • Write Annual Report (Due Jan 25th) • Membership recruiting – Highly successful, we are near full membership, shift to actively recruiting International members • Increase active solicitation of abstracts for ASM and JPC conferences to increase the number and quality of papers • Provide session chairs with more information on their responsibilities as well as reminder e-mails to improve interaction with authors
Wrap-Up – Lessons Learned from ASM 2009 • At JPC and in the future we need additional HSABP meetings • HSABP Steering Committee Meeting • HSABP Liaison Subcommittee Meeting
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC - Summary • Expansion of the ABPTC to three separate TC’s has been successfully implemented • Scope and Organization clearly defined • Need to continue to work awards issues • Membership goals have been met with high quality candidates • 33 regular members (limit 35) and 39 total members • 2 additional applicants accepted for 2009 (putting us at full membership) • Expect continued success with Newsletter, Year In Review Article, Website Updates, Member Upgrades • Coordination and cooperation with HyTASP PC continues • Selected new logo
Gas Turbine TC Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committees TC General Meeting
Gas Turbine Engine Tech CommitteeASM 2009 Meeting 47th Aerospace Sciences Meeting Orlando, FL 5-8 January 2009 Robert Bruckner
2009 ASM - Agenda • Introductions (21 attendees, 19 members + 2 guests) • Review organization / roles • Service Committees • Membership • Communication • Conferences • Education • Honors and Award • New Initiatives • Around the table 50
Gas Turbine Engines TC Scope & Charter Scope • The application of mechanical design, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics to the science and technology of air vehicle gas turbine engines and engine components, including: • Complete engine systems • Compressor and Turbine systems • Combustors and augmentors • Auxiliary systems and structures Charter • Advance air vehicle gas turbine engine 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 51 51