Multidisciplinary Design Optimization of Aero Engines: Environmental Performance-Based Methodology
Paper in proceeding, 2008

A methodology and tool that allows evaluating and quantifying aero engines design trade-offs originated as a consequence of addressing conflicting objectives such as low environmental impact and low operating costs is presented, and applied to a general case study to assess the feasibility of using new highly efficient engine configurations: intercooled recuperated (ICR) engines. The case study results show that according to the ICR systems performance (heat exchangers effectiveness, pressure losses, and weight penalty) they could find usage in practical applications.


C. Celis

M. Mohseni

Konstantinos Kyprianidis

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics

V. Sethi

Stephen O.T. Ogaji

A. Haslam

Pericles Pilidis

SYMKOM'08 Proceedings publishe in Cieplne Maszyny Przeplywowe - Turbomachinery, No.133

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