Analysis of Boeing 737 MAX 8 Flight, in Terms of the Exhaust Emission for the Selected Flight

Measurements of the concentration of harmful compounds in the exhaust of turbine aircraft engines are conducted under stationary conditions during engine tests. These tests involve measuring the concentration of harmful compounds in the exhaust gas depending on the engine load. These tests are carried out in accordance with the Landing and Take-off (LTO) test guidelines. The data obtained in this way can be used to estimate the emission of harmful compounds generated in the exhaust during the flight of the aircraft. The association of engine load parameters with the emission factors of these compounds is necessary to estimate the emissions during the flight of the aircraft. The correlation of these parameters was based on the documents available in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Engine Exhaust Emissions Data Bank and the recording of flight parameters available on the flightradar24.com web platform. The purpose of the paper is to propose a new, quick and relatively easy method to estimate real in-flight harmful compounds emission from turbojet airline aircraft. The article presents a methodology of conduct aimed at assessing the emissions of harmful exhausts compounds of CFM International LEAP 1B28 engines occurring in Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, generated during the flight of an aircraft. The analysis of obtained results and conclusions was made.

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  • Accession Number: 01690682
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Dec 27 2018 3:03PM