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Measurements of the Performance of a Turboojet Er@ne with Reheat (Rolls Royce R A28R Avon)in Highospeed Flight and under S~mu~ated Conditions in Test Beds

@inproceedings{WOODFnMeasurementsOT,
  title={Measurements of the Performance of a Turboojet Er@ne with Reheat (Rolls Royce R A28R Avon)in Highospeed Flight and under S~mu~ated Conditions in Test Beds},
  author={A. A. WOODFn and Anna S. Cronin}
}
The performance of a turbojet engine has been measured, and alternative methods of determining gross thrust and air mass flow calibrated in a ground level static test bed and an altitude test bed simulating flight conditions. The agreement between the two test beds is very good. It is shown that if it is necessary to extrapolate calibrations to flight conditions, this may be made most accurately in terms of 'effective areas'. The preferred method of measuring gross thrust in flight is that… Expand
Design of Thrust Measurement System on Test Beds of a Gas Turbine Engine Using Strain Gauges
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