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FMA-019
Thermodynamics, propellants, turbomachines - 2020

Aeronautical turbomachines

Principles - Functioning - Integration - Certification

OBJECTIVE :

This course will enable turbine engine users and aircraft manufacturers to become familiar with the operation, use and integration of aviation turbomachines.

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 8.5 days (52 hours).

It is divided into two parts that can be tracked separately and includes:

  • 1st part: FMA 019a (4.5 days)
    • Presentations of 1h30
    • 3-hours applications
    • 2 practical 3-hours manipulations
    • 1 round table discussion
  • 2nd part: FMA 019b (4 days)
    • Presentations of 1h30
    • 1 visit of an engine integration Factory
    • 1 round table discussion

GENERAL APPROACH :

The first part presents the different architectures of turbojet engines and introduces the models used to characterize the cycle and predict performance. The lessons will cover issues related to the design and analysis of the operating range. Two experimental demonstrations will be provided, one with a compressor test bench and the other with a turbojet bench, illustrating the main concepts covered in the course and linking them to physical phenomena.

The second part is focused on the problems posed by the integration of the propulsion system, its certification and its usage, particularly with regard to propulsion/aircraft systems interactions.

PREREQUISITE :

Level : Basic

Suitable for engineers and managers with a basic knowledge of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Nicolas GARCIA-ROSA:

Lecturer-Researcher (Energy and Propulsion)

Roger CIRYCI:

Temporary Lecturer at ISAE-SUPAERO (Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace or National Higher French Institute of Aeronautics and Space)

CONTENT :

1st Part: FMA 019a

PRINCIPLES AND FUNCTIONING

  • Turbomachinery cycle studies
    • Gas Turbine
    • Monoflow reactor with and without heat
    • Double flow reactor, separated or mixed, with and without heat
  • Internal Aerodynamics
    • Operating principles of air and nozzles on subsonic and supersoninc aircraft
    • Principles of compressors and turbines blade grilles
  • Non-adaptation operation (in flight) of aeronautical turbomachine work sessions
  • Technological problems encountered in turbomachines
  • Practical turbomachine work sessions
    • Prince DGEN 380 reactor bench
    • PI4 compressor bench

 

2nd Part: FMA 019b

INTEGRATION AND CERTIFICATION

  • Integration of the propulsion system
    • Certification
    • Concepts of operation
  • Turbojet Engine
    • Driving and control parameters
    • Performances
    • Adaptation of air inlets according to the flight areas
  • Description and functioning of the different systems
    • Lubrification (ATA 79)
    • Fuel circuit (ATA 28-73)
    • Starter System (ATAs 74-80)
    • Pneumatic devices (ATA 36)
    • Thrust reversers (ATA 78)
    • APU (Auliliary Power Unit)
  • Turboprop
    • Driving and control parameters
    • Performance
    • Propeller regulation
  • Overview of propulsion system by a manufacturer
  • Visit to a motor integration site

Includes work on an engine bench

 

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French:

TOULOUSE: FMA 019a: 12 to 16 October 2020

TOULOUSE: FMA 019b: 2 to 5 November 2020

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

FMA 019a : €1,980 excluding tax (20% VAT) 

FMA 019b : €1,580 excluding tax (20% VAT) 

FMA 019 (a and b): €3,560 excluding tax (20% VAT) 

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