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  1. Air Breathing Propulsion JPC Report 45th Joint Propulsion Conference Denver, Colorado 3 August 2009 Marty Bradley (for Jeff Hamstra)

  2. Agenda for ABP Dinner Meeting • Special topic (Lance Chenault) • Introduction (Marty Bradley for Jeff Hamstra) • HSABP Summary (Marty Bradley) • GTE Summary (Rob Bruckner) • ABPSI (Jeff Flamm for Ray Best) • Education (Rick Gaeta) • Awards (Jeff Flamm) • Communications (Tom Kaemming) • JPC (Ryan Starkey) • ASM (D.R.Reddy) We also have two get well cards being passed around

  3. Special TopicA Strategy for Aerospace Vehicle Design Research & Development Lance Chenault 4 Aug 2009 3

  4. Facts and Problem • Tomorrow’s Air Defense platforms will be multifunctional and highly integrated systems • Failure to account for interdisciplinary effects have cost, and continue to cost, billions of dollars to correct or else place unintentional operating limits on the systems. • Interdisciplinary scientific analysis (ISA) required early in product development • Long Range Strike, Sensor Craft, flapping micro-UAVs, and hypersonic vehicles will never be realized without ISA 4 Aug 2009 4

  5. Solution National aerospace community develop a strategic plan to identify critical research areas and educational requirements to be addressed. Proposed two step solution to involve industry, academia, DoD and other Government agencies. 4 Aug 2009 5

  6. Step One: National Design Build and Test Competition AFOSR sponsor an undergraduate / graduate program resulting in a National Design Build and Test Competition. Projects would partner academic institutions with industry participants as design consultants. Competition would focus and develop the students’ ability to understand and apply the appropriate level fidelity and discipline coupling to predict actual system response of the vehicle they will build and test. 4 Aug 2009 6

  7. Step Two: Interdisciplinary Design Research Centers AFOSR lead a team consisting of industry, academia, and Government agencies to develop nation-wide Interdisciplinary Design Research Centers (IDRCs). Located at universities in proximity to major industry and government development centers. Focus on the research challenges for interdisciplinary science and technology. Develop and support a graduate education program to produce scientist and engineers capable of developing multifunctional, highly integrated systems. 4 Aug 2009 7

  8. Summary of Propulsion and Energy Group Meeting (Marty for Jeff Hamstra) • Tuesday PM Panel Session on Hypersonics • Positions open: • JPC 2011 in San Diego –Technical Program Chair • JPC 2012 Technical and General Chair • P&E Steering Committee Chair • AIAA rolling out new conference software for JPC 2010 • Training sessions on Monday and Tuesday (see Committee Meeting list) • Funding at TAC level available for “growth” activities $300-$400 per TC • Chris Pestak made a nice presentation – Cleveland wants JPC/IECEC in 2014 • Propellants and Combustion wants to liaison with the ABP TC’s

  9. Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure UPDATES? ABP Group Jeff Hamstra *Acting or rotational position Common Elements Communications Tom Kaemming* Membership Keith Blodgett* Education Rick Gaeta Honors & Awards Jeff Flamm* Aerospace Sciences Meeting D.R. Reddy Joint Propulsion Conference Ryan Starkey Separate TCs Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration RayBest Gas Turbine Engines RobBruckner High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion MartyBradley 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

  10. Introduction Marty Bradley for Jeff Hamstra 4 Aug 2009 10

  11. Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure ABP Group Jeff Hamstra *Acting or rotational position Common Elements Communications* Tom Kaemming John Sordyl Membership* Education Rick Gaeta Honors & Awards* Jeff Flamm Aerospace Sciences Meeting D.R. Reddy Joint Propulsion Conference Ryan Starkey Separate TCs Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration RayBest Gas Turbine Engines RobBruckner High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion MartyBradley 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

  12. Meetings … lots of meetings …

  13. High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion (HSABP) TC Summary Marty Bradley

  14. HSABP Summary (Marty Bradley) • Activities since ASM • Annual report • Monthly steering committee telecons • Website updates – transition to Sharepoint • Two new members • HSABP banners for conference sessions • Actions for JPC meetings (what you want to accomplish before we leave Denver) • 1st telecon/webex HSABP meeting at JPC • Executed, did not receive expected attendance, Sunday meeting is difficult • Ensure all subcommittees have the staffing they need • Ensure all subcommittees have leadership (& succession plan) • Enable liaison assignments and opportunities • HyTASP, JANNAF, Univ. Chapters, Local Chapters, Ground Test TC, Aerothermal TC, NASA Aeronautics, Europe, Asia • Plan for membership “drive” – recruit additional International members • Ordering of HSABP logo polo shirts

  15. Communications Tom Kaemming* Honors & Awards Jinho Lee Education Daniel Kirk Membership Doug Garrard Aerospace Sciences Meeting 2009 D.R. Reddy Joint Propulsion Conference 2009 Ryan Starkey High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion – Steering Committee TC Chairman Marty Bradley Vice Chair Joaquin Castro Past Chair Lance Chenault Service Subcommittee Representatives *Need to find replacement Conference Subcommittee Representatives

  16. HSABPTC T-Shirts (Joaquin Castro) • Selected Royal Blue for the polos and the tri-color logos • Shirt sample here at JPC • Ordering instructions • Sizes – men’s and women’s • Cost to Members = $25 • Money to Joaquin – cash or check made out to Joaquin Castro

  17. Membership (Doug Garrard) 17

  18. High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (1) TC Chair – Marty Bradley Vice Chair – Joaquin Castro Membership - Doug Garrard Applications & Data– Doug Garrard/Datta Gaitonde Recruiting (International) – Joaquin Castro, TBD Member Upgrades – Doug Garrard Communications - Tom Kaemming – TBD Replacement Year in Review Article – Takeshi Kanda, Dean Andreadis, see Liaison Newsletter – Chris Smith?, see Liaison Website – Dave Lucia, Ravi Srinivasan Dora Musielak, TBD, TBD? Education - Daniel Kirk Student Design Competition – Joel Malo-Molina Outreach – Paul Czysz Short Courses – Dan Paxson, Dora Musielak Rick Dyer -Steve Beckel – Dean Andreadis – Roy Hartfield – Dianne DeTurris - Hassan Hassan Honors and Awards - Jinho Lee Propulsion Award Packages – Venkat Tangirala Coordination with HyTASP Fred Billig Award – Balu Sekar Student Award – David Allen (missing) , Dora Musielak Best Paper Awards – James Donohue John Bradford New Members: Dora Musielak Hassan Hassan 18

  19. High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (2) ASM - D.R.Reddy ASM 09 - D.R. Reddy Dan Paxson / Ron Springer / Jinho Lee ASM 10 –Bill Engblom Houshang Ebrahimi ASM 11 – Venkat Tangirala TBD JPC – Ryan Starkey JPC 09 – Ryan Starkey Tim O’Brien, John Klinge JPC 10 – Ryan Starkey Manfred Peinemann JPC 11 - Roy Hartfield TBD - Liaison with Ground Test TC Liaison HyTASP – Joaquin Castro JANNAF – Phil Drummond / Dean Andreadis /Steve Beckel European Orgs. – John Steelant (David Perigo filling in for John) Other TC’s/PC’s– Aerothermal TC Moehlenkamp Ground Test – Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard Congressional Visits Day – Joaquin Castro AIAA Sections – Dora Musielak AIAA University Chapters - Joel Malo-Molina NASA Aeronautics – Dianne DeTurris – D.R. Reddy / Jinho Lee 19

  20. HSABP Liaison (Joaquin Castro) (1) • Activities since ASM • Congressional Visit Day – 1 member participated (Joaquin) • Some JANNAF discussions • Actions for JPC meetings (what you want to accomplish before we leave Denver) • Investigate possibility of having joint dinner meetings with HyTASP PC at some future meetings. • Planning meeting every other year • HSABP Liaison meeting Monday 4-5:30 • Plan for increased liaison (next slide)

  21. HSABP Liaison (Joaquin Castro) (2) • Plans for next 6-months: • JANNAF coordination – HSABP Liaison members to contact individual authors and encourage authors to submit to AIAA • NASA Hypersonics research conferences –Encouraging NASA researchers to present at AIAA conferences • AIAA Sections – Joaquin (West Palm Beach) – Dora Musielak (Baltimore) • AIAA University Chapters (Marty-USC,CSLA, Faure Malo-Molina – UD, Univ. Cin., Wright State, U Florida, U Miami, Embry Riddle, GTech, Fred – UCLA, Cal Tech, USC, Northridge, Cal Poly ) • Congressional Visit Day – Joaquin to work with HyTASP – goal to make Hypersonics an AIAA Policy Issue • HIT – Hypersonic Industry Team – Joaquin is involved and will keep us informed • Steve Dunn visiting from Ground Test TC – meet in Orlando to set up joint sessions at JPC 2011 – set up 2-hour joint planning session • Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard to attend Ground Test TC meeting at JPC • European Orgs. – John Steelant (David Perigo filling in for John) LAPCAT, Atllas to be presented at Hypersonics Conference – Propulsion Conference in Spain (Faure is attending) – Can we present a summary presentation at a future AIAA event? Faure to encourage presenters to submit to AIAA. • Aerothermal TC Bob Moehlenkamp to engage at ASM • Bob Moehlenkamp to look at other TC’s for possible liaison

  22. HSABP Summary (Marty Bradley) (continued) • Plans for next 6 months • Sponsor at least one new short course • Increase liaison activities • Plan for Congressional Visit Day • International recruitment • Other ideas TBD at JPC meetings • Succession planning • Joaquin Castro to take over at JPC 2010

  23. Gas Turbine Engine Tech CommitteeJPC 2009 Meeting 45th Aerospace Sciences Meeting Denver, CO 2 – 5 August 2009 Robert Bruckner

  24. 2009 JPC - Agenda 24

  25. 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 25 25

  26. Gas Turbine Engines TC • Evolve into an independent / autonomous TC • Active membership – Do not rely on ABP service committees • Independent conference administration – JPC 09 • Independent best paper competition – 2 • Develop a joint graduate student design competition with IGTI • Strengthen technical sessions at conferences • Work to reduce no-shows / withdrawals by active session chairs / TAO’s • Work to improving quality by offering special section in Journal of Propulsion and Power • Maintain strong ties to High Speed and System Integration • Jointly administer awards and design competition • Jointly sponsor technical / invited session at each conference 26 26

  27. Gas Turbine Engine TC - Organization Honors & Awards Sivaram Gogineni Education Rick Gaeta Membership Jeff Cohen TC Chairman Rob Bruckner Vice Chair Ian Halliwell Past Chair Lance Chenault Service Subcommittee Representatives Conferences Rick Gaeta, et al. 27

  28. Membership - Gas Turbine Engines TC Roster 28

  29. Membership - Gas Turbine Engines TC Profile – 2009 Employment Sector AIAA Member Grade TC Member Status • Available member positions: 10 • Still missing several GT OEM’s • No members from Asia • Active recruitment underway • KSPE, Honda Wako, individual recruitment 29

  30. Gas Turbine Engines TC Subcommittee Assignments Communications Honors and Awards Education Conferences Membership 30

  31. Communications • John Sordyl is the new Communications Sub-Committee Chair • Websites for all 3 TC’s have been updated and maintained • Need to transition to new AIAA software / server • YIR article is due in September (600 word) • ABP tri-fold was published this year in lieu of the newsletter 31

  32. Conferences • JPC 09 – Denver • 14 sponsored technical sessions • 56 presentations scheduled • 1 invited session – Welch (Tu am) • 2 panel session • Tuesday 12:30 – 15:30 • Tuesday 13:00 – 15:00 Updates from TAO’s…. Add a position of “special session organizer” Continue to update and evolve call for papers Develop guidelines To maintain connectivity between TC’s, sponsor joint sessions (eg. TBCC with High Speed, Engine Compatibility with Integration, Open Rotor) 32

  33. Education Status of the engine design competition – RFP written, high speed The engine design short course has been cancelled due to lack of pre-registered students (also cancelled JPC 08) Explore the possibility of offering the NPSS training through an AIAA short course Continue working the issue of a joint student design competition with IGTI Other ideas for outreach / education? 33

  34. Honors and Awards • Advertise GCO Graduate Student Award and serve as judges • Ensure at least 3 candidates are nominated for the ABP award • The ABP Award will not be presented in 2009 • Best Paper Award • Proposal to establish 2 new TC awards for best paper: one for YP one for non-YP • Papers to be published through AIAA and presented in a GTE sponsored session • Nominated by the session chair – must have read paper • No restrictions 34

  35. GTETC Logo Ian Halliwell September 31, 2009

  36. New GTETC Logo - Requirements Gas Turbine Engine technology means a lot of things to a lot of people. A Gas Turbine Engine Technical Committee logo should capture and convey the skills and excitement involved in the technology of gas turbine engines in a clear & exciting manner, not only to people who are experts, but also to those whom we hope to attract. It should link the Technical Committee with AIAA. In conveying the technical message, the design should be artistic, modern, dynamic, abstract and sustaining. 36

  37. New GTETC Logo – The Designer The new logo was designed by Mike Madero, Graphics Designer & Program Manager at Avetec Inc., a non-profit Aerospace Research Organization in Springfield Ohio. 37

  38. New GTETC Logo – Implementation The design incorporates an image of rotating turbomachinery – but it does so while avoiding specific blades shapes, flowpaths, components or engines. It includes cold & hot colors, signifying compression, combustion & expansion processes. The choice of non-primary colors is deliberate. The effect of an unsteady, swirling inlet flow has been caught in the light-blue “brush-stroke”. The swirling effect is accentuated & reinforced by the direction of slope of the “blades”. The name of the Technical Committee – in maroon - surrounds the upper portion of the logo. This is combined with the Official AIAA logo in standard blue, which is used as a base. “The World’s Forum for Aerospace Leadership” is included whenever it is legible. For small applications, such as letterheads or polo shirts, this may be eliminated. 38

  39. GTETC Logo 39

  40. New Initiatives Public Policy, CVD, Position Papers CS should obtain prior clearance from legal counsel Liaisons with other TC’s, PC’s, and other Societies Collaboration (Coexistence) with SAE, IGTI, and ASME Propulsion Committee should be explored Evolve into an independent / autonomous TC Active membership – Do not rely on ABP service committees Independent conference administration – JPC 09 Independent best paper competition – 2 Develop a joint graduate student design competition with IGTI Strengthen technical sessions at conferences Work to reduce no-shows / withdrawals by active session chairs / TAO’s Work to improving quality by offering special section in Journal of Propulsion and Power 40

  41. Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Tech CommitteeJPC Report 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit Denver, Colorado 2 - 5 August 2009 Jeff Flamm for Ray Best

  42. Air Breathing Propulsion System Integration TC – Office holders Communications Weldon Wainright Honors & Awards Jeff Flamm Education Ian Halliwell Membership K. Blodgett/C. Wilson Aerospace Sciences Meeting Vance Dippold Joint Propulsion Conference Don Malloy TC Chairman Raymond Best Vice Chair Jeff Flamm Past Chair Lance Chenault Service Subcommittees Conference Subcommittees 42

  43. 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. 43

  44. Systems Integration – Member Positions and population TC Chair – Raymond Best Deputy – Jeff Flamm Membership – Keith Blodgett 4 Applications & Data Recruiting Member Upgrades Communications – Weldon Wainright 5 Sub comm. Vice Chair Hayden Reeve Year in Review Article- Hayden Reeve Newsletter - Weldon Wainright Website – Charles Beard Education - Ian Halliwell 7 Sub comm Vice Chair Rod Daebelliehn (Eric Loth) Student Design Competition Outreach Short Courses Honors and Awards - Jeff Flamm 5 Sub Comm Vice Chair (Chen Chuck) Propulsion Award Packages - EveryBody! Student Award - Jeff Flamm Best Paper Awards - Doug Kisling/Keith Blodgett 44 44

  45. 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) JPC – 5 JPC 09 Doug Kisling (Denver) JPC 10 Don Malloy (Nashville) JPC 11 Rod Daebelliehn (San Diego) JPC 12 – TBD In addition, all member are expected to be session chairs and conduct abstract reviews for our conferences 45 45

  46. Systems Integration Technical Areas and population Integrated Aero Performance (10 members) New Name Jeff Flamm Chair, Thomas Berens Vice Chair Subsystem, Performance, Optimization (8 members) Steve Johnson Chair, Hayden Reeve Vice Chair Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (3 members) Weldon Wainright Chair, Charles Beard Vice Chair Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing (4 members) Don Malloy Chair, Dave Wang, Vice Chair ABPSI Steering (8 members) 46

  47. TC Profiles – August 2009 ABPSI has room to grow (max is 35) 2.07 GPA 2.17 ASM 09 V.S. JPC 09 Goal for ASM 10 20 0 Everyone should be at least a Senior Member! 47

  48. ABPSITC Current Membership Dropped New 48

  49. 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 • Sponsoring technical sessions at the IGTI Turbo Expo in collaboration with ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine TC • Local Sections • Hampton Roads Section – Jeff Flamm • Tennessee Section – Don Maloy • Other • Engine Icing Consortium – Ray Best • PPSA – Jeff Flamm • Pursue connections with SAE, Ground Test Committee 49

  50. New ABPSI Logo 50