This project will integrate the efforts of the National Jet Fuel Combustion Program’s six areas (ASCENT 025-030), ensuring the program’s stated goals are achieved through collaboration among the groups.
This will ensure the goals and tasks outlined in the program are carried out on schedule and that data is shared between the researchers. The effort also will oversee the integration and archiving of data that is generated from the NJFCP program.
- United Technologies Research Center/ Pratt & Whittney
- CRC Aviation Committee Meeting May 2015
- FAA ASCENT March 2015
- US Joint States Meeting of the Combustion Institute May 2015
- Combustion Modeling Software Development, Verification and Validation
- The Impact of Preferential Vaporization on Lean Blowout in a Referee Combustor at Figure of Merit Conditions
- Year 2 of the National Jet Fuels Combustion Program: Moving Towards a Streamlined Alternative Jet Fuels Qualification and Certification Process
- Overview of the National Jet Fuels Combustion Program
- Characteristic Timescales for Lean Blowout of Alternative Jet Fuels in Four Combustor Rigs
- Year 3 of the National Jet Fuels Combustion Program: Practical and Scientific Impacts
- Investigation of Combustion Emissions from Conventional and Alternative Aviation Fuels in a Well-Stirred Reactor
- An Overview of the National Jet Fuels Combustion Program
Last Updated: 07/03/2018