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— Vortices can be produced and ingested into the intake of a jet engine during high power operation in the vicinity of solid surfaces causing Foreign Object Damage (FOD) or compressor stall and engine surge problems. This can occur when the engine is mounted on the wing of a plane during takeoff and engine ground runs or when the engine is placed inside a… (More)
Vortical structures can develop in the intakes of aircraft engines during operation in the proximity of solid surfaces. Takeoff and testing in a ground facility are clear examples of such scenarios. When such a vortex is formed and ingested into the engine, potentially catastrophic damage can occur. The vortex can cause the compressor to stall, resulting in… (More)