CERAMIC REGENERATOR SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Ceramic regenerator cores are considered that can be used in passenger car gas turbine engines, Stirling engines, and industrial/truck gas turbine engines. Improved materials and design concepts aimed at reducing or eliminating chemical attack were placed on durability tests/in industrial gas turbine engines. A regenerator core made from aluminum silicate shows minimal evidence of chemical attack damage after 7804 hours of engine test at 800 C and another showed little distress after 4983 hours at 982 C. The results obtained in ceramic material screening tests, aerothermodynamic performance tests, stress analysis, cost studies, and material specifications are also included.
Ford Motor Company1 American Road
Dearborn, MI United States 48126-2798
- COOK, J A
- Fucinari, C A
- Lingscheit, J N
- Rahnke, C J
- Rao, V D
- Publication Date: 1978
- Pagination: 108 p.
- TRT Terms: Aerodynamics; Analysis; Ceramic materials; Corrosion; Costs; Durability; Gas turbines; Heat exchangers; Impacts; Regenerators; Structural analysis; Thermodynamics; Time duration; Turbine engines; Vehicle power plants
- Uncontrolled Terms: Cost analysis
- Old TRIS Terms: Aerothermodynamics; Automobile engines; Long term effects
- Subject Areas: Finance; Highways; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00185752
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: NASA-CR-135430 Prog. Rpt.
- Contract Numbers: DEN3-8, EC-77-A-31-1040
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Dec 29 1979 12:00AM