Accession Number : ADA020027
Title : Optimal Engine Selection for Ground Support Equipment.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jul 73-Jun 75,
Corporate Author : NAVAL AIR ENGINEERING CENTER LAKEHURST N J GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT DEPT
Personal Author(s) : Womer,William H. ; Belasco,Steven G.
Report Date : 29 DEC 1975
Pagination or Media Count : 206
Abstract : This program was initiated for the purpose of evaluating new engines and engine concepts for application as prime movers in aircraft ground support equipment. Initially it was also considered that a select group of engines might be chosen to reduce the proliferation of models, types, and spare parts required to support current Naval ground support equipment. However, after more than three years of study, it is apparent that this goal has become untenable. As a result the program has been terminated and this final report includes a technology update from the preceding progress report, NAEC-GSED-66, June 1973, and design engineering data on current production engines.
Descriptors : *Aircraft, *Ground support equipment, *Engines, Diesel engines, Internal combustion engines, External combustion engines, Gas turbines, Brayton cycle, Rotary combustion engines, Rankine cycle, Stirling cycle, Performance(Engineering)
Subject Categories : Terminal Flight Facilities
Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
Reciprocating and Rotating Engines
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE