Accession Number : AD0378496
Title : SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. PHASE III PROPOSAL. BOEING MODEL 2707. VOLUME II-12. PROPULSION REPORT-PART A. ENGINE INLET AND CONTROLS.
Corporate Author : BOEING CO SEATTLE WASH SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DIV
Report Date : 06 SEP 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 308
Abstract : This document includes the summary and three major sections of the propulsion report describing the engines, supersonic inlet, and the propulsion control systems. Studies conducted during Phase II C have resulted in significant improvements to the Boeing Model 2707 propulsion system. Optimum sized engines with improved thrust and fuel consumption characteristics are available from General Electric and Pratt and Whitney Aircraft. The four separate and interchangeable propulsion pods are mounted below the lower surface of the horizontal stabilizer at such a position that the engine exhaust will not impinge on any part of the airplane. The pod location and shape provides optimum lift effect on the airplane.
Descriptors : (*JET TRANSPORT PLANES, SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT), (*TURBOFAN ENGINES, SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT), (*TURBOJET ENGINES, SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT), DESIGN, MAINTAINABILITY, CONTROL SYSTEMS, FUEL SYSTEMS, PERFORMANCE(ENGINEERING), ENGINE AIR SYSTEMS COMPONENTS, RELIABILITY, TURBOJET INLETS (U) JET ENGINE NOISE, INSTALLATION, INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, INTERFACES, AIRFRAMES, FIRE SAFETY, ACCELERATION, SCHEDULING, COMPATIBILITY, ICE PREVENTION
Subject Categories : Transport Aircraft
Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE