Low-NOx Combustor Development pursued within the scope of the Engine 3E German national research program in a cooperative effort among engine Manufacturer MTU, University of Karlsruhe and DLR German Aerospace Research Center

@inproceedings{Zarzalis2002LowNOxCD,
  title={Low-NOx Combustor Development pursued within the scope of the Engine 3E German national research program in a cooperative effort among engine Manufacturer MTU, University of Karlsruhe and DLR German Aerospace Research Center},
  author={Nikolaos Zarzalis and Thomas Ripplinger and Stefan Hohmann and Matthias Hettel and Klaus Merkle and Wolfgang Leuckel and G{\"o}ran Klose and Robert Meier and Reiner Koch and Sigmar L. K. Wittig and Michael Carl and Thomas Behrendt and Christoph Hassa and Ulrich Meier and Rainer L{\"u}ckerath and Winfried Stricker},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract MTU Aero Engines, the University of Karlsruhe and the DLR Aerospace Research Centre co-operated within the scope of the German national aeronautical research program Engine 3E. The program was focused on improving high-bypass turbofan engines. As a part of this program, a low-emission single-annular combustor was developed. The NOx emissions of this combustor are significantly reduced by using the rich-lean combustion concept. The basic idea of this concept is to avoid stoichiometric… CONTINUE READING

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