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INTERRELATION OF ENGINE DESIGN AND BURNER CONFIGURATION WITH SELECTION AND PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL IGNITION SYSTEMS FOR GAS TURBINE ENGINES
- Aerospace Standard
Published June 01, 1995 by SAE International in United States
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To describe typical ignition systems in general usage and their parameters that warrant consideration during the development of a gas turbine engine.
To describe those parameters in gas turbine engine design and, in particular, burner configurations that influence the type selection and performance of the ignition system.
To indicate the areas where future work may uncover important effects having a direct bearing on certain interrelated parameters, with resultant benefits to both the engine and ignition designers.
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