|Project Summary||Project Information|
For the general outline and initial documentation please read the Project Readiness Package.
All nozzles produced for commercial aircraft must undergo a flow test to assure that requirements are met for spray angle. This test uses a flow medium known as Stoddard Solvent or MIL-PRF-7024F Type II. This is an expensive fluid which also has an offensive odor. The current exhaust system for the test chamber is ineffective at both containing the odor of the fluid and recovering the test fluid for reuse.
The goals of this project are to design and create a fully operational calibration fluid exhaust system for use with the GE90 nozzle and to deliver a documentation package for application of this system to additional chambers. This system will effectively contain and reclaim the fluid without a significant addition to process cycle time while reducing safety incidents. It must be adaptable to the current chambers without interfering with nozzle testing.
At the beginning of the year: From left to right: Tim Nichols, Andrew Heuser, Adam Farnung, Hayden Cummings, Robert Moshier, and Zach Huston
At the end of the year: From left to right: Hayden Cummings, Adam Farnung, Timothy Nichols, Zach Huston, Andrew Heuser, and Robert Moshier.
|Andrew Heuser||ME||Scribe, Edge Supportfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Zach Huston||ISE||Project Manageremail@example.com|
|Hayden Cummings||ME||Customer POCfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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- We would like to thank Gary Werth, David Wright, James Kalinski, David DeWispelaere, Cory Hollenbeck and all other people who have contributed to our work so far.