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CIDAR project - development of a non-intrusive capability for aircraft engine measurements

Archilla, V. and Aragón, G. and Wright, P. and Ozanyan, K. and Black, J. and Lengden, M. and Burns, I. and Johnstone, W. and Polo, V. and Beltran, M. and Johnson, M. (2018) CIDAR project - development of a non-intrusive capability for aircraft engine measurements. In: Aerosol Technology, 2018-06-18 - 2018-06-20.

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Abstract

The complexity of Very High Bypass Ratio (VHBR) lean burn combustion systems requires careful fuel control and optimised staging to minimise non-volatile particulate matter (nvPM) emissions. Fuel flow variation across injectors will impact the temperature distribution through the turbine and thus influences rates of nvPM formation and consumption. Through Clean Sky 2, Rolls-Royce are developing technologies required for VHBR engines. CIDAR (Combustion species Imaging Diagnostics for Aero-Engine Research) supports this initiative.