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ASM 2010 ABP Joint TC Mgt v3

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									  48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010 - Orlando, Florida

 Air Breathing Propulsion
 Joint Technical Committee Meeting




Gas Turbine Engines            High Speed          Air Breathing Propulsion
                        Air Breathing Propulsion     Systems Integration
              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              2
                                             ABP




ABP Overview



    Subgroup Organization
    Steering Committee Meeting Summary
    ASM Meeting Tempo
    P&E Group Meeting Summary
    Future ASM & JPC Conference Locations




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                                                                                            ABP




  Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organization
  As Of January, 2010
                                ABP Deputy Director
                                                                         *Rotational position
                                   Jeff Hamstra
Common Elements

            Communications             Education                   Honors & Awards*
              John Sordyl              Rick Gaeta                     Jeff Flamm

         Aerospace Sciences Meeting                       Joint Propulsion Conference
                D.R. Reddy                                        Ryan Starkey
Separate TCs
          Gas Turbine              High Speed Air               Air Breathing Propulsion
           Engines              Breathing Propulsion              Systems Integration
         Rob Bruckner              Marty Bradley                        Ray Best
       Conferences JPC/ASM        Conferences JPC/ASM              Conferences JPC/ASM
            Membership                  Membership                      Membership
               Liaison                    Liaison                         Liaison
          Communications              Communications                  Communications
              Education                  Education                       Education
          Honors & Awards             Honors & Awards                Honors & Awards
                                                                                                  4
        Technical Disciplines     Technical Disciplines             Technical Disciplines
                                                                                                 ABP




  Recent / Pending Subgroup Organization Changes
                                    ABP Deputy
                                  John Sordyl Director                        *Rotational position
Common Elements
                                       Jeff
                                  Replaced Hamstra
                                            Tom
                                  Kaemming
        Communications                    Education                     Honors & Awards*
          John Sordyl                     Rick Gaeta                       Jeff Flamm

      Aerospace Sciences Meeting                               Joint Propulsion Conference
             D.R. Reddy                                                Ryan Starkey
Separate TCs
       Gas Turbine                     High Speed Air                Air Breathing Propulsion
        Engines                     Breathing Propulsion               Systems Integration
      Rob Bruckner                     Marty Bradley                         Ray Best
     Conferences JPC/ASM              Conferences JPC/ASM               Conferences JPC/ASM
                         TC Chairs All Complete
         Membership                                                          Membership
                         Term on April 30,Membership
           Liaison       Incoming Chairs:    Liaison                           Liaison
       Communications    GTE - Ian Halliwell
                                        Communications                     Communications
          Education      HS - Joaquin Castro
                                           Education                          Education
       Honors & Awards   Sys Int - Jeff FlammAwards
                                        Honors &                          Honors & Awards
                                                                                                       5
     Technical Disciplines             Technical Disciplines             Technical Disciplines
                                                                    ABP




   ABP Steering Committee Meeting Summary

 Discussed Key ABP 2010 Themes
   – Continued Maturation As Independent Yet Collaborative TCs

   – Seamless Transition To New TC Chairs Effective May 1
   – Emphasis On Member Engagement & Continued Recruitment

 Reviewed ABP Leadership Succession Plan
 Reviewed New Member Applications
 Reviewed ABP Lifetime Achievement Award Process
 Proposed Activity Checklist For Member Engagement
 Discussed Potential For Separate TC Dinner Meetings At JPC 2010         6
                                                                                                                     ABP




         ASM/ABP Meeting Tempo
    Day                          Meeting                         Start        Stop           Room                POC
Mon, Jan 4    ABP Steering Committee                             9:00 AM     10:30 AM       Bahamas        Jeff Hamstra
              ABP Membership Subcommittee                       10:30 AM     11:00 AM       Bahamas        Keith Blodgett

              ABP Working Groups (TC Meeting Prep.)              4:30   PM    5:30   PM     Bahamas        Jeff Hamstra
              High Speed ABP TC / HYTASP PC Liason Meeting       4:30   PM    5:30   PM    Puerto Rico     Marty Bradley
              High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC             5:30   PM    7:00   PM    Puerto Rico     Marty Bradley
              Gas Turbine Engines TC                             5:30   PM    7:00   PM    St. Thomas      Rob Bruckner
              Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC    5:30   PM    7:00   PM    West Indies     Ray Best

Tues, Jan 5   ABP Communications Subcommittee                    9:00 AM     10:30 AM     Grand Cayman     Sordyl
              ABP Conference Subcommittees (ASM / JPC)                                                     D.R. Reddy /
                                                                10:30 AM     12:00   PM   Sawgrass         Ryan Starkey
              ABP Honors & Awards Subcommittee                   1:30 PM      3:00   PM  Suite 21976       Jeff Flamm
              ABP Education Subcommittee                         3:00 PM      4:30   PM   Bahamas          Rick Gaeta
              ABP Steering Committee                             4:30 PM      5:30   PM   Bahamas          Jeff Hamstra
              ABP Working Groups (Dinner Meet Prep.)             5:30 PM      7:00   PM  Puerto Rico       Jeff Hamstra
              Joint ABP TCs Dinner Meeting                                            Grand Ballroom 12-
                                                                 7:00 PM     10:00 PM         14           Jeff Hamstra

Wed, Jan 6    ABP Working Groups                                 9:00 AM     10:00 AM     Marco Island     Jeff Hamstra




        Also… Propulsion & Energy Group Meeting, JPC Steering Committee,
        JPC 2010 Planning Committee, JPC 2011 Planning Committee, etc.
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                                                                     ABP




    Propulsion & Energy Group Meeting Summary


 Note: P&E Group Meetings Held In Conjunction With ASM & JPC
 Main Topic – JPC Planning & Execution (discussed elsewhere)
 Presentation By Ian Halliwell On Joint AIAA/IGTI Design Competition
 P&E Group Money - ~$4,000 (Typically Under Spent)
 TC Rosters & Annual Reports Due January 31
 AIAA Elections Upcoming – Vote!
 Former P&E Director Wayne Hurwitz Moved To NG (wayne.hurwitz@ngc.com)

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                                                                                                       ABP




 Propulsion & Energy Group Organization

                                         Director
                                    Propulsion & Energy
                                        Ashwani Gupta



              Deputy Director               Deputy Director                      Deputy Director
         Air-Breathing Propulsion      Rocket & Space Propulsion                    Energy
               Jeff Hamstra                  I-Shih Chang                         David Lilley

       Gas Turbine Engines TC         Hybrid Rockets TC                       Aerospace Power Systems TC

       High Speed Air Breathing       Liquid Propulsion TC                    Terrestrial Energy Systems TC
       Propulsion TC                  Solid Rockets TC
       Air Breathing Propulsion       Electric Propulsion TC
       Integration TC
                                            Deputy Director
                                         Advanced Propulsion &
                                             Technologies
                                            Selma Goldstein
Green Energy Tech. (GET)              Nuclear & Future Flight Propulsion TC
    Working Group
                                      Energetic Components & Systems TC
   Bill Lear / V. Lyons
                                      Propellants & Combustion TC

                                  4 Subgroups, 12 TCs                                                         9
                                                          ABP




Recent/Future ASM & JPC Locations


    Year       ASM Location                JPC Location
    2006   Reno                Sacramento
    2007   Reno                Cincinnati
    2008   Reno                Hartford
    2009   Orlando             Denver
    2010   Orlando             Nashville
    2011   Orlando             San Diego
    2012   Nashville           Atlanta or New Orleans
    2013   Dallas/Fort Worth   San Jose or Minneapolis
    2014   Washington, DC      Cleveland/TBD
    2015   Orlando             TBD


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              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              11
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Tech Committee
Report for ABP Dinner Meeting

  ASM 2010
  Orlando, Florida
  5 January 2010

  Marty Bradley
Introduction (Marty Bradley)

• Activities since JPC
    Monthly steering committee telecons
    Sharepoint transition completed
    HSABP banner displayed at Hypersonic Conference,
     JPC, & ASM
    Year in Review Article completed
    Planning for PDE Short Course at JPC10
    Developed draft electronic HSABP newsletter

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High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion – Steering Committee

                                TC Chairman
                                Marty Bradley

                Vice Chair                       Past Chair
               Joaquin Castro                   Lance Chenault


                  Service Subcommittee Representatives

               Communications             Honors & Awards
                Dora Musielak                    Jinho Lee

                  Education                 Membership
                  Daniel Kirk               Doug Garrard

                Conference Subcommittee Representatives

             Aerospace Sciences           Joint Propulsion
                  Meeting                   Conference
                                                                 14
                  D.R. Reddy                    Ryan Starkey
HSABPTC Polo-Shirts (Joaquin Castro)

• Royal Blue for the polos and the tri-
  color logos
• Ordered shirts distributed
• Additional Orders:
    Limited numbers and sizes available
    Cost to Members = $25
    Money to Joaquin – cash or check
     made out to Joaquin Castro
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  Membership (Doug Garrard)


Government           11       Member                35
Industry             21       Associate Member       4
Academia              9       International Member 2
         Total       41                       Total 41




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    Membership (Doug Garrard)

•       Activities since JPC
         Recruitment of 3 new International Members
         1 members missing (removed)
•       Actions for ASM
         Selection of applicant
         Final update of official membership list
•       Plans for next 6-months
         Re-engage with potential International members
         Further solicitation of regular and associate members
         AIAA Member level to upgrade
         To encourage members to be active:
         – Send out chart/matrix/checklist with expectations for 2010 – Rob Bruckner to
           prepare format/sample
         – Revisit at end of 2010 to record member activities
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         High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (1)
•   TC Chair – Marty Bradley
      Vice Chair – Joaquin Castro
•   Membership - Doug Garrard
      Applications & Data– Doug Garrard
      Recruiting (International) – Joaquin Castro, TBD
      Member Upgrades – Doug Garrard
•   Communications - Dora Musielak
      Year in Review Article – Tom Kaemming, Takeshi Kanda, Dean Andreadis, see Liaison (assignment will
       be updated at JPC)
      Newsletter – Dora Musielak, see Liaison
      Website – Tim O'Brien, Ravi Srinivasan, Dave Lucia?
•   Education - Daniel Kirk
        Student Design Competition – Joel Malo-Molina, Dianne DeTurris
        Outreach – Paul Czysz
        Short Courses – PDE (Dan Paxson, Dora Musielak), High Speed Propulsion (Beckel, Bradley, Kirk)
        Rick Dyer -Steve Beckel – Dean Andreadis – Roy Hartfield – Hassan Hassan
•   Honors and Awards - Jinho Lee
        Propulsion Award Packages – Venkat Tangirala
        Coordination with HyTASP Fred Billig Award – Balu Sekar
        Student Award – Dora Musielak
        Best Paper Awards – James Donohue
        John Bradford
                                                                                                          18
 High Speed Propulsion – Member Positions (2)
• ASM - D.R.Reddy
     ASM 10 –Bill Engblom
     ASM 11 – Venkat Tangirala
         – Tim O’Brien
     ASM 12 - Hassan Hassan
• JPC – Ryan Starkey
     JPC 10 – Ryan Starkey
         – Manfred Peinemann
     JPC 11 - Roy Hartfield
         - Liaison with Ground Test TC (coordinate with Steve Dunn)
     JPC 12 – Venkat Tangirala
• Liaison
       HyTASP – Joaquin Castro
       JANNAF – Phil Drummond / Dean Andreadis /Steve Beckel
       European Orgs. – John Steelant , TBD
       Other TC’s/PC’s– Aerothermal Tech. Moehlenkamp; Fluid Dynamics TC Hassan Hassan
       Ground Test – Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard
       Congressional Visits Day – Joaquin Castro
       AIAA Sections – Dora Musielak, et al.
       AIAA University Chapters - Joel Malo-Molina, et al.                       19
       NASA Aeronautics – May Fun Liou / D.R. Reddy / Jinho Lee
    Communications (Dora Musielak)

• Websites for the TC updated and maintained
   HSABP TC site transitioned to new AIAA SharePoint / server
   NEW: https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/HSABPTC/default.aspx

• YIR article prepared by Tom Kaemming and published in
  December 2009 issue of Aerospace America




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  HSABP TC Newsletter 2010

• Electronic Release
     HSABP Members
     Website/Sharepoint link
     AIAA Members with Air Breathing Propulsion Interest
• Recognition of Honors & Awards
• Roles And Responsibilities of TCs
Note: Newsletter circulated at 2010 ASM for review and
input. Approved (with spelling correction), it will be released
electronically at new HSABP TC website
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HSABP TC Newsletter 2010

                                 HSABP
                               Newsletter
                              approved for
                              release after
                           fixing spelling of
                                 “Oates”




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    HSABP TC Banner



• HSABP banner
  traveled to JPC09,
  the Hypersonics
  Conference in
  Germany, and
  ASM10



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HSABP Notes from ABP Education Subcommittee meeting

 • Have more discussions with NIA about combined
   AIAA/NIA high speed propulsion short course –
   Beckel/Bradley/Kirk to have more discussions with
   NIA
 • Have discussions with Dora Musielak about her idea
   for a Materials and Structures for Hypersonic
   vehicles
• Need to change name /
  content / marketing info
  for PDE course to
  make it more general –
  needs to appeal to
  PGC (Pressure Gain
  Combustion) for Gas
  Turbines as well as
  PDE’s
• Should be broadly
  publicized to ABP and
  Combustion
  communities
    HSABP Liaison (Joaquin Castro) (1)

• Activities since JPC
    Some JANNAF discussions (Beckel & Drummond)
• JPC Actions
    Agreed to hold joint dinner meeting with HyTASP PC at 2010
     JPC – Joaquin to finalize times and agenda
• ASM Actions
    HSABP Liaison held meeting Monday 01-04-10


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     HSABP Liaison (Joaquin Castro) (2)
• Plans for next 6-months:
    JANNAF coordination – HSABP Liaison members to contact individual
     authors and encourage authors to submit to AIAA – Phil Drummond is
     reviewing recent JANNAF program and will contact authors
    NASA Hypersonics research conferences –Encouraging NASA
     researchers to present at AIAA conferences – HSABPTC members that
     attend conference are asked to encourage presenters to submit to AIAA –
     May Fun Liou
    Liaison with AIAA Sections – Joaquin engaging with local chapter (West
     Palm Beach) – offer our services to make a presentation to a local section
    Liaison with AIAA University Groups (Marty-USC,CSLA, Faure Malo-
     Molina – UD, Univ. Cin., Wright State, U Florida (Joaquin also), U Miami,
     Embry Riddle, GTech, Fred – UCLA, Cal Tech)
    Propellants and Combustion – Balu & Venkat Tangirala
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     HSABP Liaison (Joaquin Castro) (3)
• Plans for next 6-months (continued):
    Congressional Visit Day – Joaquin to work with HyTASP and organize
     HSABPTC Group
    HIT – Hypersonic Industry Team – Joaquin will provide status
    Steve Dunn visiting from Ground Test TC – meet in Orlando to set up joint
     sessions at JPC 2011
    Balu Sekar/Doug Garrard to continue coordination with Ground Test TC
    European Orgs. – Need to re-engage – possibly with new International
     Members
    Aerothermal Technology Bob Moehlenkamp to engage at ASM - Bob
     Moehlenkamp to look at TC’s that work this area
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  HSABP TC Summary

• Plans for next 6 months
     Establish system for recurring e-Newsletters
     Keep new Sharepoint site up to date and useful
     Finish bringing additional International members to TC
     Recruitment for U.S. TC members
     Membership upgrades
     Initiate tracking of member involvement
     Roster for 2010-2011 year due - 30 January 2010
     Annual report due to Deputy Directors - 30 January 2010
     Transition TC chair position to Joaquin Castro & vice-chair
      to Ryan Starkey
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              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              30
Gas Turbine Engine Tech Committee
ASM 2010 Meeting
  48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  Orlando, FL
  3 - January - 09



  Robert Bruckner
2010 ASM - Agenda

• Introductions
• TAC P&E Group and ABP Steering update
• Review goals / organization / roles
   • Need to fill several key positions!
• Service Committees
      Membership – new roster, membership grade, recruitment
      Communication –ABP Trifold, Aerospace America article
      Conferences – JPC / ASM status, TAO’s, improvements ?
      Education – Short Course, Design Competition
      Honors and Awards - ABP, GCO, Best Paper (GTETC)
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• New Initiatives – TC Logo (logo items), Liaisons,…
   Gas Turbine Engines TC

• Evolve into an independent / autonomous TC
   • Active membership – Do not rely on ABP service committees
      • Individual recruitment
   • Independent conference administration – began at JPC 09
   • Independent best paper competition – 2
   • Develop a joint graduate student design competition with IGTI
   • Strengthen technical sessions at conferences
      • Work to reduce no-shows / withdrawals by active session chairs
         / TAO’s
      • Work to improving quality by offering special section in Journal
         of Propulsion and Power ?
• Maintain strong ties to High Speed and System Integration
   • Jointly administer awards and design competition
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   • Jointly sponsor technical / invited session at each conference
Membership - Gas Turbine Engines TC Roster
                                             Guests
                                             Dan McInnis – Raytheon
                                             Ahmed ELKady – GE
                                             M.S. Anand - RR




                                              Attended ASM10 TC
                                              meeting

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Gas Turbine Engine TC - Organization

                           TC Chairman


            Vice Chair                   Past Chair

          Jimmy Kenyon

             Service Subcommittee Representatives

          Communications           Honors & Awards
             John Sordyl
                                            ?

             Education               Membership

            Steve Gorrell ?          Anthony Watts

                           Conferences
             TAO’s: ASM12 / JPC12 / ASM13 / JPC13
         Gerald Welch, Ahmed ELKady, John Sordyl, Janet   35
                           Convery
Membership - Gas Turbine Engines TC Profile – 2010

 Employment Sector          AIAA Member Grade
 Government      6             Fellow       1
   Industry      13           Associate
                                           13
  Academia       10            Fellows

     Total       29           Members      15
                                Total      29
 TC Member Status
                        •Available member positions: 10
   Regular
   Member
                 27     •Still missing several GT OEM’s
 International
                        •No members from Asia
                 2      •Active recruitment should
   Member
  Associate             happen on an individual basis
                 0
   Member
     Total       29                                  36
  GTETC

• Offer NPSS training
  through an AIAA
  short course at
  JPC10

• TC logo items –

• GTETC Awards


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              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              38
Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Tech
Committee
ASM Report
  48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace
  Exposition
  Orlando, Florida
  4 - 7 January 2010




    Jeff Flamm for Ray Best                                                             January 5, 2010
Main Goals and Issues For ASM 10

• Succession Plan for sub-committees
     JPC 12 Lead
     JPC 13 Lead
     ASM 13 Lead
•   Vice Chair
•   Increase Membership
•   Liaisons
•   Ideas to improve paper submission/turnout
•   Logo Shirt Purchase



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Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC Scope & Charter

  Scope
  • The application of mechanical design, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics to
     the science and technology of air vehicle propulsion and power systems
     integration, including:
          Installed performance and controls (SPO, PPT)
          Propulsion aerodynamics; inlet and nozzle systems (IE)
          Power and thermal management (SPO, PPT)
          All aspects of propulsion system / air vehicle interface and certification (RVCT)
  Charter: Advance air breathing propulsion integration technology by:
       •   Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at ASM, JPC and other conferences of
           interest
       •   Working effectively with AIAA TCs and PCs and other technical societies to organize and
           promote joint sessions and activities
       •   Providing for technical communications and reviews, educational activities, and honors and
           awards
       •   Providing the Institute with authoritative technical opinions and public policy
           recommendations
  Near Term Goal: Update the Short Course to include certification –airframer lead?
  Long term is a book on the same subject.
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Air Breathing Propulsion System Integration TC – Office
holders
                             TC Chairman
                             Raymond Best

            Vice Chair                      Past Chair
             Jeff Flamm                 Lance Chenault
          Michelle McMillan
                     Service Subcommittees

          Communications              Honors & Awards
           Weldon Wainright                 Jeff Flamm

             Education                  Membership
             Ian Halliwell           K. Blodgett/C. Wilson

                   Conference Subcommittees

         Aerospace Sciences           Joint Propulsion
              Meeting                   Conference
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            Vance Dippold                   Don Malloy
TC Profiles – August 2009


                    ABPSI has room to grow (max is 35)

            Government     5                     Members      24
             Industry      25                    Associate     5
            Academia       1                 International     2
              Total        31                     * Dual       3

       2.07                          2.13                           2.16
      ASM 09                        JPC 09                         ASM 10
                                                                                 Goal for
 Fellow         0               Fellow       0                Fellow        0    JPC 10
A. Fellow      11           A. Fellow        12              A. Fellow      12
 Senior         8               Senior       11               Senior        12        19
Member          9              Member        8               Member         7         0
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     Everyone should be at least a Senior Member!
    Systems Integration – Member Positions and population

• TC Chair – Raymond Best                   • Education - Ian Halliwell 7
    Deputy – Jeff Flamm                         Sub comm Vice Chair Rod
• Membership – Keith Blodgett 4                   Daebelliehn
    Applications & Data                         Student Design Competition
    Recruiting                                  Outreach
    Member Upgrades                             Short Courses
• Communications – Weldon Wainright 5 • Honors and Awards - Jeff
    Sub comm. Vice Chair Hayden Reeve  Flamm 5
    Year in Review Article- Hayden Reeve        Sub Comm Vice Chair (David
     (need replacement)                           Mayer)
    Newsletter - Weldon Wainright               Propulsion Award Packages
    Website – Charles Beard                     Student Award - Jeff Flamm
                                                 Best Paper Awards Doug
                                                  Kisling/Keith Blodgett


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Systems Integration Technical Areas and population

    Integrated Aero Performance (10 members)
       – Jeff Flamm Chair, Thomas Berens Vice Chair
    Subsystem, Performance, Optimization (8 members)
       – Steve Johnson Chair, Hayden Reeve Vice Chair
    Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (3 members)
       – Weldon Wainright Chair, Charles Beard Vice Chair
    Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing (4
     members)
       – Don Malloy Chair, Dave Wang, Vice Chair
    ABPSI Steering (8 members)


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Systems Integration – Member Positions and population

• ASM - 5
      ASM 09 Jeff Flamm (Orlando)
      ASM 10 Vance Dippold (Orlando)
      ASM 11 –Don Malloy (Orlando)
      ASM 12 – Vance Dippold (Dallas)
      ASM 13 - TBD
• JPC – 5
      JPC 09 Doug Kisling (Denver)
      JPC 10 Don Malloy (Nashville)
      JPC 11 Rod Daebelliehn (San Diego)
      JPC 12 – Michelle McMillan (Atlanta or New Orleans?)
      JPC 13 – Bruce McKay (San Jose or Minneapolis?)

In addition, all member are expected to be session chairs and
   conduct abstract reviews for our conferences                 46
    ABPSITC Current Membership
           #    First         Last           Description     AIAA Member Grade       Organization
           1    Ken           Alabi          Member                   Member         TTC Technologies Inc
           2    Charles       Beard          Member                Senior Member     Boeing
           3    Raymond       Best           Chair                Associate Fellow   Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
           4    Norbert       Bissinger      International        Associate Fellow
           5    Keith         Blodgett       Member               Associate Fellow   GE Aviation
           6    Jay           Carskaden      Member                   Member         The Boeing Company
                                                                                     Aerospace Business Development
           7    Clarence      Chenault       Member               Associate Fellow
                                                                                     Associates (ABDA)
            8   Chen          Chuck          Member                Senior Member     The Boeing Company
            9   Roderick      Daebelliehn    Member                Senior Member     Aerojet
           10   Vance F.      Dippold, III   Associate                Member         NASA Glenn Research Center
           11   Jeffrey       Flamm          Member               Associate Fellow   NASA Langley Research Center
Dropped    12
           13
                Egbert
                Ian
                              Frowein
                              Halliwell
                                             Member
                                             Member
                                                                      Member
                                                                  Associate Fellow
                                                                                     US Navy - NAVAIR AIR-4.4
                                                                                     AVETEC Inc
           14   Jeffrey       Hamstra        Member               Associate Fellow   Lockheed Martin
           15   Lanny         Jines          Member                Senior Member     Ohio Aerospace Institute
           16   Stephen       Johnson        Member                Senior Member     Northrop Grumman
           17   Douglas       Kisling        Member               Associate Fellow   Belcan
           18   Donald J.     Malloy         Member               Associate Fellow   Aerospace Testing Alliance, Inc.
           19   Dave          Mayer          Member               Associate Fellow   Boeing
           20   Bruce         McKay          Member                Senior Member     Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
           21   Roger         Mussard        Member                Senior Member
                                                                                     United Technologies Research
           22   Hayden M.     Reeve          Associate                Member         Center
           23   Weldon        Wainright      Member                Senior Member     Piper
           24   William       Westphal       Member               Associate Fellow   Rolls-Royce Corporation
           25   Bryan         Westra         Member                   Member         Northrop Grumman
           26   Christopher   Wilson         Associate             Senior Member     The Boeing Company
           27   David         Young          Associate             Senior Member     Raytheon Missile Systems
   New     28   Thomas M.     Berens         International         Senior Member     EADS Military Air Systems
           29   Jonathan      Litt           Member                Senior Member     NASA Glenn Research Center
                                                                                                                        47
 JPC „09
           30   Eric          Loth           Member               Associate Fellow   University of Illinois
           31   Michelle      McMillian      Member                   Member         SynGenics Corporation
           32   David         Wang           Associate                Member         Edwards AFB Flight Test Center
ASM 10 Attendance of ABPSI

•   14 of 31 Members present at ASM 10
•   16 of 31 Members present at JPC 09
•   17 of 29 Members present at ASM 09
•   20 of 29 Members present at JPC 08
•   Bad Trend




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Potential New Recruits

  • Directed membership drive goal for upcoming year
  • Brainstormed potential names list of about a dozen

  • 5 Applicants this year
       4 accepted
       1 requires further clarification
       Includes 2 international, 1 airframer, 1 academic, 1 Govt




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Liasions
• Other AIAA TC’s/PC’s
     Energy Optimized Aircraft and Equipment Systems- Hayden Reeve
     Fluids Dynamics TC - Flamm contributed to Flow Control Book
• Other Societies
     ASME propulsion committee Don Malloy/David Wang
          – Sponsoring technical sessions at the IGTI Turbo Expo in collaboration with ASME IGTI Aircraft
            Engine TC – Propulsion Integration Panel discussion
          – IECE Joint Panel on Horse Power Extraction – Need Panelist (Bruce McKay volunteered)
• Local Sections
     Hampton Roads Section – Jeff Flamm
     Tennessee Section - Maloy
• Other
     ICC - Ice Crystal Consortium coordinated with AIA – Ray Best
     PPSA – Jeff Flamm
• Ground Test Committee – DOE Focus Group David Wang                                                        50
ASM 2010 Statistics (ABP System Integration TC)

• 24 Abstracts Received:
    20 abstracts accepted
    4 transferred to other topic areas
    Abstracts submissions were low compared to ABPSI-focused
     papers at ASM09
• 4 ABPSI Sessions
    19 manuscripts uploaded (as of 5 Jan. 2010)
    1 author-withdrawn papers (as of 5 Jan. 2010)
    2 No Shows (as of 5 Jan. 2010)
• 1 Co-sponsored Invited Session (w/GTE TC):
  Alternative Fuels
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JPC

 JPC - 2009 Doug Kisling
 44 abstracts were submitted
 6 Rejected
 4 moved
 5 Withdrawn
 18 Paper submitted
 8 Not submitted
 3 No show

 7 Sessions

 JPC -2010 Don Malloy
 20 papers submitted
 12 transferred
 Only 8 Potential Papers       52
 Only 2 Sessions
Conference Papers


  How do we get more quality paper submissions?

  Ask that TC members encourage peers to publish conference
    papers

  Proprietary and ITAR concerns a problem




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Integrated Aero Performance Technical Area Scope &
Charter
Chair - Jeff Flamm, NASA
Scope
   Focus on the development and Performance of aircraft inlets, nozzles and exhaust systems.
Charter
   Emphasis on both computational and experimental results (including sub-scale and flight
   components), component optimization, inlet and exhaust system design techniques, propulsion
   test techniques at speeds ranging from subsonic through hypersonic.
Topics for consideration
 Flow control application including scaling effects          STOVL
 Aircraft performance                                        Jet Effects
 Structural integration of inlets and exhaust systems        Thrust vectoring
 Real world operation environmental issues (ice, sand, rain, Area control
 FOD, bugs, etc…)                                             Survivability
 Acoustics                                                   Thrust reversers
       Acoustic treatments                                   Nacelle/wing interaction
       Affect of inlet and nozzle on sonic boom              Unducted fan
 High Speed Applications

Name Changed from Inlets & Nozzles to better                                                     54
reflect Scope
Subsystem, Performance, Optimization Technical Area Scope & Charter

Chair - Steve Johnson, Northrop Grumman


• Charter:
•        Promote & Facilitate Communication in support of Efficient
   Interaction, And Performance Of Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
Scope:
• Exploit Synergies in Aeropropulsion, Thermal And Power Subsystems
• Performance Modeling And Validation
• Cognizance in the contributions of Advanced Materials, Sensing, Controls,
   Maintenance
• New Challenges In Green Aircraft – Operations, Emissions, Noise
• Foster Discussions And Ideas - New Energy Sources, and synergies with
   alternate energy being developed for ground based energy.

• Outline established for Technology Advocacy Paper examining auxiliary       55
  electric concepts
Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (Rotors) Technical Area Scope &
Charter
  Chair - Weldon Wainright, Piper
  Scope
     Create the focal point for concepts and issue resolution related to the
     airframe integration of propellers, pistons and turboprop engines
  Charter
     To provide a forum for the design, development and certification of
     powerplant installations for piston and turboprop aircraft.

  Topics for consideration
       Propellers
           – Un-ducted fans (rotor burst, noise and icing protection)
       Pistons
           – Avgas and Diesel FADEC Engines
           – Elimination of Leaded AV Gas
       Turboprops
           – 300 – 500 SHP engines for light GA Aircraft

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Requirements Verification, Certification and Testing Technical Area
Scope & Charter
  Chair – Donald J. Malloy, Aerospace Testing Alliance, Arnold
    AFB, TN Vice Chair Dave Wang
  Scope
  All aspects of air breathing propulsion integration certification and testing
      including:
      Installed performance and controls
      Propulsion aerodynamics; inlet, nozzle and systems
      Power and thermal management
  Charter
  Advance air breathing propulsion integration testing technology by:
      • Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at the IGTI Turbo Expo in
        collaboration with ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine TC
      • Develop and Sponsoring Technical Sessions at the ASM, JPC and other
        conferences of interest in collaboration with the SAE S-16 Engine Inlet Flow
        Distortion TC
      • Working effectively with the ABPSI Inlets/Exhausts and SPO technical areas and
        other technical societies to organize and promote joint sessions and actives
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Accomplishments

  •   Vice Chair candidate identified
  •   List of potential new TC members developed
  •   Additional Liaison activities/opportunities identified
  •   Conference planners identified for JPC ‘12 and ’13
  •   TC Members to canvas peers for paper submissions
  •   Game plan for purchasing logo shirts




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              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              59
ABP Ubergroup -Education Committee
ASM 2010

  48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  Orlando, Florida
  4 - 8 January 2010
Agenda



• R. Gaeta stepping down from chair; need
  replacement
• AIAA Short Course Development
• AIAA Student Engine Design Competition
• K-12 Education
• Other Initiatives
• Orange Bowl Preview
   Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational Structure
                                    ABP Group
Common Elements

    Communications                              Education       Honors & Awards


    Aerospace Sciences Meeting                       Joint Propulsion Conference

Separate TCs
   Gas Turbine Engines          High Speed Air              Air Breathing Propulsion
     Conferences JPC/ASM     Breathing Propulsion             Systems Integration
         Membership            Conferences JPC/ASM             Conferences JPC/ASM

           Liaison                 Membership                      Membership

       Communications                Liaison                         Liaison

          Education              Communications                  Communications

       Honors & Awards              Education                       Education

     Technical Disciplines       Honors & Awards                 Honors & Awards       62
                                                               Technical Disciplines
12 Attendees – ASM 2010

  Janet Covery
  Bryan Westra
  Marty Bradley
  Chen Chuck
  Jeff Flamm
  Roy Hartfield
  Dan Paxson
  Rob Bruckner
  Ian Halliwell
  Dan Kirk
  Rick Gaeta
  Bruce McKay
    ABP Education Committee Working Groups

              Identified Working Group Leads
                                                              Engine Design
 K-12 Outreach                Short Courses                    Competition

 Rod Daebelliehn               Dora Musielak               Ian Halliwell
                                                           Dianne DeTurris

 Keys to getting things done:
   • Stay focused on working group tasks
   • Have working group interaction (telecons/webinars/email) at least once a month
   • Use conference meetings more as a place to solve larger issues, float new
     ideas, update technical committees on progress
AIAA Short Courses - Update
 Develop, produce, and administer Short Courses that are offered to
 industry and academia that relate to ABP Science and Technology
 Development


 PDE course in place for JPC ‘10
 NPSS course in place
 AIAA Engine Design Competition - Update
Develop and produce RFP for AIAA Air Breathing Engine Design Competition
for Undergraduates; Provide judges for evaluation of proposals and
determine winners

 2008-2009 Topic:
 A Variable Cycle Engine for Subsonic Transport Applications




          5 Entries (2 Schools: BYU & KU)
          Results of Judges due to AIAA by August 17th
  AIAA Engine Design Competition



 Last Year’s Results – 5 entries, 2 schools [University of Kansas (2), BYU (3)]
   1st Place: University of Kansas [JACKT-524]
   2nd Place: University of Kansas [JANUS]
   3rd Place: BYU
 IGTI collaboration – Greenlighted: Ian to initiate process
 Immediate Goal: Define ’10-’11 topic RFP abstract
AIAA Engine Design Competition – ’08-’09 Winner: Kansas University

  “Smart Variable-Cycle Propulsion System Design for Commercial Aircraft”




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AIAA Engine Design Competition
2009-2010 Topic:
A Propulsion System for a Hypersonic TBCC Technology
Demonstrator Vehicle




“The objective of this design project is to arrive at a conceptual design of a Mach 5-6
technology demonstrator that incorporates a highly integrated turbine based
combined cycle propulsion system. Both low speed and high speed propulsion
systems will be powered using hydrocarbon fuel.”
     K-12 Education - Update

Promote and Facilitate the education of Air Breathing Propulsion Science
and Technology

  Roy Hartfield will lead effort to get propulsion education material on the
   AIAA Education website

  Idea was floated regarding using conference as venue for table-top demo
   for educators to learn about
K-12 Education (Cont.)    Demo Ideas


       Hovercraft model
       Nozzle demo with compressed air source
       Schlieren/shadowgraph
       Compressed air duster can produces shockwave visible
      in shadowgraph
       Balsa wood compressor power by candle / compressed
      air
       Balloon powered car / compressed air powered car –
      design a better nozzle aka Boy Scout Pinewood Derby
       Jet Cat Demo – Roy Hartfield
       Work with schools and other orgs – Boy Scouts/ Girl
      Scouts/ Civil Air Patrol
       Candle power engine see video next page
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dZ56yNldJQ
2010 Orange Bowl




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              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              73
Wolverine Ventures, Inc.

            Presents

NPSS: An Overview
           Developed
              for
  The AIAA Aerospace Sciences
            Meeting
        January 5-7 2010
 Evolution of Simulation Tools in Industry
 Proprietary and COTS
    Proprietary software is much more customizable but less flexible and more
     expensive to develop, maintain, and upgrade.
    Commercial Off The Shelf software is less expensive but lacks some
     customization features.
 Integration Issues
    Different languages.
    Incompatible architectures.
    Differing interfaces.
 Natural Selection
    Portions of legacy codes are co-opted for different uses to prevent
     expensive rewrites.
    Proprietary and COTS tools are integrated.
    Final product is functional but inefficient.
   NASA
                       The Evolution      NPSS
                          Of The       Consortium
                           NPSS         Members
   General Electric
        Boeing          Consortium      General Electric
  Lockheed Martin
                                             Boeing
  Pratt & Whitney
                                       Lockheed Martin
  Rolls Royce Corp.
                                             United
     Honeywell
                                         Technologies
         AEDC
                                       Rolls Royce Corp.
Teledyne Continental
                                           Teledyne
    Williams Int.
                                         Williams Int.
Wright Patterson AFB
                                        Honeywell Int.




  Wolverine Ventures                          OAI
                                        Wolverine Ventures
     Numerical Propulsion System Simulation
                                                             NPSS

                                                                    2002 NorTech Innovation
NPSS Version 1 Wins NASA                                                 Award Winner
Office of Year award




                                    NPSS Version 1                    2002 R & D Award Winner
                                    Wins 2001 NASA
                                    Software of the Year Award

Finalist to Crosstalk: Journal of
Defense
Software Engineering                       Award Winning Software
TOP Software Project for 2001
(top 16 out of 67 entrees)
                  Wolverine Ventures

•   Wolverine Ventures is an engineering software firm.

•   Headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, with branch offices in
    Florida, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.

•   Specializing in NPSS related support:
     – Extensive experience in NPSSTM code
         development. (The only licensed code
         maintenance provider for NPSSTM Consortium.)
     – Diverse experience in building customized system
         models.
     – Customer/Technical support and training.

•   NPSSTM services also provided by WVI:
     – Generating customized property packages.
     – Legacy code and control interfacing to NPSSTM.
     –   Developing miscellaneous NPSSTM utilities.



            WVI is the exclusive distributor of
                           NPSSTM
                           WVI/NPSS Timeline
                                                                               Exclusive
   Part of the
 original NPSS                                                                Distributors
                                                      Custom
 development               WVI & NASA                                              for
   team from
                                                     Modeling
                            Contract                                          Consortium
   NASA and                                          Solutions
Pratt & Whitney
                                                                              NPSS v. 2.x


                   2001                   2003                      2008
                                                                                2009
    1998                   2001-2003                   2006


                                        Expanded                               Training
                                                                    NPSS
                  Formed                Role under                            Programs
                                                                 Consortium
                    WVI                  Space Act                            University/
                                                                  Formed
                                        Agreement                             Corporate
   The Role of




       in the
Simulation & Design
        of
 Complex Systems
                  Integration of Technologies
• Mathematics

• Incompressible aerodynamics   Trade Studies   Mission Analysis
• Compressible aerodynamics                                        • Inlet

• Turbulence                                                       • Fan
• Acoustics
                                                                   • Compressor
• Heat Transfer
                                                                   • Combustor
• CFD
                                                                   • HP Turbine
• Combustion

• Thermodynamics
                                                                   • LP Turbine

• Structures                                                       • Exhaust Nozzle
                                 Integration     Design Methods
• Materials

• Controls
NPSS with Zooming
Working Towards A Virtual Test Cell
NPPSTM Design and Development Cube
    DESIGN PHASES




                               D
                               I
                               S
                               C
                               I
                               P
                               L
                               I
                               N
                               E
                               S
Start With A Concept
Break into Components
Translate into NPSS Elements


                                          Mixer/
                                          Nozzle
                                Turbine
                       Burner
          Compressor

 Inlet
              Link the Components


                                                  Mixer/
Inlet   Fan       Compressor   Burner   Turbine
                                                  Nozzle
        Set-Up Subelements
        & External Interfaces

Inlet   Compressor   Burner   Turbine   Nozzle
                Solver Deciphers The Set
               of Simultaneous Equations
            The basic solution method is to vary a set of
            independent inputs until an equal number of
            equations are satisfied.

   Design
                                                          a
  Off Design                x

                                                          =
Data Reduction


  Transient                                               b
                                Solver
 Constraints
                                            The Solver can be used in several
                                            different simulation applications.
                    Sample NPSS Engine Assembly
                                                                        Overboard



                                           Fan              Bleed In    Fan Bleed              Nozzle

 Ambient
Conditions


                Inlet           Splitter         LPC         Bleed     HPC          Burner          HPT   LPT   Nozzle



             Main Air Flow                                                           Fuel
             Bleed Air Flow                      LP Shaft
             Fuel Flow                                                              HP Shaft
             Shaft Connection
       NPSS Capabilities and Features
 Operational Capabilities
      Single and multi-point design.
      Off design steady state.
      Transient analysis.
      Performance Data Reduction.
      Customer Model Generation.

 Features
    C++ like language interpreter.
    Code converters for real time operation.
    Robust, flexible, and adjustable solver.
    Numerous industry standard and customizable thermodynamic property
     packages.
    Open, extensible architecture.
                   Engines

                                                                   Aircraft

GE-90 Core                              GP7000



             Combined Cycle Engines                            Business Jet
             Pulse Detonation Engines                             Business Jet
             Energy Efficient Engines                          Joint Strike Fighter



         Rockets
                                                                  Ground Based Power




  Regenerative Rocket Cycle
  Advanced Rocket Concepts
                                           Air Vehicle Model
                                                                            Controls
             Systems




     Thermal Management
          System                                                      Analog Control Systems
        AIAA Short Course Overview
• 2010 Joint Propulsion Conference, Nashville Tennessee.
• NPSS: A Practical Overview.
• The objective of the course is to give engineers a working knowledge of
  how to create and/or modify complex system models using NPSS.
• The course is designed for engineers with various amounts of previous
  modeling experience interested in learning how to build robust and
  flexible models for complex systems from scratch.
• Key Topics will include:
    –   A description of system modeling and its uses.
    –   NPSS syntax and operation.
    –   System Modeling techniques.
    –   Examples & Exercises and Class or Individual Projects to reinforce major
        concepts.
•   Attendees will be provided with a copy of NPSS Learning Edition.
              48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting - January 5, 2010   ABP




ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                              95
  Air Breathing Propulsion

Honors & Awards Subcommittee
Jeff Flamm           January 5, 2010
                                96
2010 ASM ABP Honors & Awards Subcommittee
               Attendees
   13 in Attendance

   Jeff Flamm         Venkat Tangirala
   Sivaram Gogineni   Chen Chuck
   Dave Mayer         Vance Dippold
   Balu Sekar         Robert Bruckner
   Mathias Hime       Dan Jensen
   Keith Blodgett
   Bryce Roth
   Marty Bradley
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      Transition Period (2007/08)
The Honors & Awards Subcommittee Leads of HS, Turbine
      and PAI agreed to serve as one (Reno 2008)


             Jeff Flamm, ABPSI (2009/10)

           Jinho Lee, High Speed, (2008/09)

       Sivaram Gogineni, Turbine (chair 2007/08)


       Will continue with rotating chair


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     2009/10 ABP Awards Timeline
                        2009                                    2010
                Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul
                         Aerospace Sciences                               Awards
  Award                     Meeting - 1/10       Selection              Ceremony At
                                                  Teams                  JPC - 7/10
                                                Established


Air Breathing           Nominations           Nominations        Selection
 Propulsion             Due 10/1/09            to ABP TC        To AIAA HQ




   Gordon                                Nominations Nominations Selection
    Oates                                Due 1/31/10  to ABP TC  To AIAA HQ


                                    Typical
Best Paper
                      Candidates                  Candidates     Selection
(indv. TC‟s)           Available                   Available    To AIAA HQ
                     From JPC ‟09                From ASM ‟10

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          Air Breathing Propulsion Award
       Awarded for meritorious, career-spanning accomplishment
           in the science or art of Air Breathing Propulsion
•   Award can be given only if a minimum of 3 nominations are active.
•   Chronic problems obtaining the requisite 3 nominations and maintaining
    an appropriate nomination pool.
•   Nominations are only active for a total of three cycles.
•   Three nominations this year
     • 1 new
     • 2 rollover (both rollovers will expire after this year)
•   To maintain active nominations in the pipeline, we need at least three
    additional nominations prior to October 1st.
•   Each TC Chair (Turbine Engine, High-Speed Propulsion and Propulsion
    Integration) is asked to ensure at least one nomination package is
    submitted in a given cycle. ALL TC members are also asked to encourage
    nominations.
•   Please have nominator advise Nicole Key of “intent to nominate” as 100  soon
    as possible.                                      POC for 2010 is Nicole Key
         Air Breathing Propulsion Award
                          Selection Process
•   AIAA membership not obligatory to receive award (although may be
    tiebreaker)
•   Selection Team now consists of 7 people as follows:
    -   Each TC Chair
    -   Each Honors & Awards Subcommittee Chair
    -   Representative of the Propellants and Combustion TC.




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        Air Breathing Propulsion Award
                     Selection Process Continued
•   Documented, quantitative grading scale (audit trail) with minimum
    threshold below which award is not given out.
    -   New scoring sheet developed
    -   For ABP award, minimum threshold will be 100 points (150
        points is perfect score)
•   The selection team‟s decision must be endorsed by an e-mail vote
    of at least 50% of the ABPTC and P&C TC.
•   ABPTC and P&C TC Chairs and Group Director must approve final
    selection by ensuring process was followed.



                                                                102
    New ABP Award Criteria


   Nominee must distinguish their work as to how it
   relates to Air Breathing Propulsion systems and
   processes


   Air Breathing Propulsion Award             Propellants and Combustion Award
Established in 1975, the Air Breathing      First presented in 1990, the Propellants
Propulsion Award is presented for           and Combustion Award is presented for
meritorious accomplishment in the arts,     outstanding technical contributions to
sciences, and technology of air breathing   aeronautical or astronautical combustion
propulsion systems.                         engineering.
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ABP Award Recommendation


Question: “How do you prepare a good ABP
Award Package?”

Sivaram Gogineni took action to approach TAC
about clarifying common guidelines online for all
awards.

Post sample package
                                                    104
Air Breathing Propulsion Award
          Scoring Criteria and Weighting Factors



                                      WEIGHTING                                    SCORE
                                                          RATING (B)
        JUDGEMENT BASIS                FACTOR                                       (AxB)
                                         (A)      Excellent Average         Poor
                                                  10 9 8 7 6 5 4       3   2 1
 Major contributions to, and
 accomplishments in air breathing
                                          5
 propulsion with career spanning
 achievement
 Considered an expert and leader in
                                          4
 the field
 Number and quality of
 publications, technical papers,          2
 lectures and presentations
 Caliber of nominator and
 references; content of letters of
                                          3
 recommentdation, international
 reputations
 AIAA membership grade, and
                                          1
 service to AIAA



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2009 Air Breathing Propulsion Award
•   4 nomination packages received
•   1 candidate had possible conflict of interest
•   Selection committee pursued conflict issue with AIAA and TAC H&A committee
•   Candidate initially ruled acceptable from conflict of interest standpoint
•   After judging and candidate selected TAC ruled there was a conflict of interest
•   TAC changing guidelines to clarify
•   Further an additional candidate was identified as having previously won the
    Combustion Award for same body of work. Committee decided to eliminate
    this candidate from pool.
•   No award given in 2009 because there there were not enough eligible
    candidates (min 3) after elimination of two candidates.
•   Selection committee
      Jinho Lee (head judge)
      Raymond Best
      Marty Bradley
      Robert Bruckner
      Jeffrey Flamm                                                       106
      Sivaram Gogineni
ABP Award Past Recipients




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    Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award
 $5,000 cash award presented for outstanding Graduate
Student Research in the area of Air Breathing Propulsion
• 2009 Recipient: Mr. Vijay Ramasubramanian, A Ph.D candidate
  from the University of Maryland
• Research focus: "is to develop the theoretical basis for robust, high-
  performance ramjet/scramjet/combined-cycle air breathing inlets
  derived from the inward-turning Busemann flowfield
• Nine applicants this year (3 to 4 not directly applicable to ABP)
•    Selection committee
       Jeff Flamm (head judge)
       Norbert Bissinger
       Stephen Gorrell
       Nicole Key
       Jinho Lee
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    POC for 2010 – Jeff Flamm
          ABP Best Paper Award
 Awarded for the best technical paper presented in an Air Breathing
  Propulsion Session at the 2008 Joint Propulsion Conference or
               2009 Aerospace Sciences Conference

AIAA Paper 2009-1423 "Scalability of Ethylene Gaseous Jets for Fueling
   High-Speed Air-Breathing Combustors" by Kuo-Cheng Lin, Michael
   Ryan, Cambell Carter, Mark Gruber and Charbel Raffoul.




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            ABP Best Paper Award
    Awarded for the best technical paper presented in an Air Breathing
     Propulsion Session at the 2009 Joint Propulsion Conference or
                  2010 Aerospace Sciences Conference

•     AIAA provides copies of ABP session forms from both
      conferences (usually significant time lag)
•     Process improvement: ABP Technical Organizer forwards copies
      of Session Chair Forms to Honors & Awards at end of conference.




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            ABP Best Paper Award

•   Decision to Split Best paper award into 3 made at JPC 09: 1 for
    each TC
    -   Add a block to session chair rating form:
        -   “I do not recommend any papers for best paper”
    -   No show = no award
    -   ABPSI Doug Kisling/Keith Blodgett
    -   High Speed – James Donohue
    -   Gas Turbine - Sivaram Gogineni

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      H&A Recommendations
Need 1 nominee from each TC to maintain ABP
                   Award
               Deadline Oct 1!


  It is everyone‟s responsibility to seek out
                    nominees!


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ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                          113
                                                 ABP




Communications Subcommittee
Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
Committees
TC General Meeting
ASM 2010 – Orlando, FL

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                                               ABP




Agenda


• Roll Call
• Communication Subcommittee Roles and
  Assignments
• Status Reports
   Websites / Newsletter
   Banners
   Tri-Fold
• New Business
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                            Attended 2010 ASM SC meeting         ABP




Communication SC Membership

 Raymond Best        Charles Beard                Ex Officio:
 Michelle McMillan   Dean Andreadis               Raymond Best
 Robert Webster      Chris Smith                  Rob Bruckner
 Jimmy Kenyon        Weldon Wainright             Marty Bradley
 Thomas Kaemming     Hayden Reeve
 Takeshi Kanda       Todd Bailie
 David Lucia         Robert Webster
 Dhanireddy Reddy    Dora Musielak
 Ravi Srinivasan     Tim O’Brien
 John Sordyl
 Tom Berens
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Communications Roles

• TC Publicity
    Tri-Fold*                  (JPC & ASM)
    Banners+                   (JPC & ASM)
• Website +                     (Enduring)
    Newsletter+                (As Required)
• Meeting Minutes +             (JPC & ASM)
• Year in Review Highlights +   (JPC/Sep)

                                         * ABP Level
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                                         + TC Level
                                                                  ABP




Communications Roles

• Tri-Fold, Meeting Minutes – John Sordyl
• Website
    HSABP: Tim O’Brien
    GTETC: Todd Bailie
    ABPSI: Charles Beard
• Newsletter                          Task assignments
    HSABP: Ravi Srinivasan           will be re-assessed
    GTETC: (open)                    at JPC 2010
    ABPSI: (open)
• Year in Review Highlights
    HSABP: Tom Kaemming                              * ABP Level
    GTETC: James Kenyon                              + TC Level
    ABPSI: Hayden Reeve
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Websites Status

• Websites for all 3 TC’s are up and running
• AIAA Transitioning to SharePoint
    HSABP transitioned
    GTETC in process
    ABPSI in process
• Newsletter will be hosted on the website
    Announcements broadcast by TC to TC members and AIAA
     interested list
    TC members requested to provide relevant info to Newsletter
      – Recognition of Honors & Awards
      – Roles And Responsibilities of TC
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Tri-Fold

• ABP Level
    Provide TC Information to Interested People
    Handout at JPC and ASM Sessions
• Successful at JPC 2009
    Distributed 200 of 300 printed
• 100 updated tri-folds printed for ASM 2010
• Moving forward:
    Print a large batch of 600 tri-folds every year, printed in May
    Reduce contact info to Chairs and Membership sub-chairs with
     e-mail rather than phone contact
    Pursue stable chair@aiaa.org email contacts

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Tri-Fold (cont)




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                                               ABP




Agenda


• Roll Call
• Communication Subcommittee Roles and
  Assignments
• Status Reports
   Websites / Newsletter
   Banners
   Tri-Fold
• New Business
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New Business

• Logos need to be finalized – propose maintaining official logos on website
• Leads for designating official logos:
     Tom Kaemming
     Jeff Flamm
     John Sordyl

• Create a library of communications / education material on website
     Tom Kaemming providing initial Gas Turbine Briefing
     Communications will take role of publishing education material

• Each TC will create cover slides for session presentation
• Based on re-formatted banners
• Leads for designing cover slides:
     Tom Kaemming
     Jeff Flamm
     James Kenyon
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ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                          125
Joint Propulsion Conference
Subcommittee
Air Breathing Propulsion
Group General Meeting


Jan. 5, 2010

Orlando, FL
                         JPC 2010 – Nashville, TN
• Subcommittee Chair: Ryan P. Starkey (member HSABP TC)
• Technical Area Chairs
    Gas Turbine Engines TC – Janet Convery
       – 2010: 52 Abstracts/13 Sessions
       – 2009: 62 Abstracts/14 Sessions

    Hypersonic Technologies and Aerospace Planes PC / High Speed Air
     Breathing Propulsion TC – Ryan Starkey
       – 2010: 75 Abstracts / 16 Sessions
       – 2009: 64 Abstracts /16 Sessions
    Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC / System Concepts and
     Supporting Propulsion Technologies – Don Malloy
       – 2010: 32 Abstracts (ABPSI 7, SC 25) / 8 Sessions
       – 2009: ABPSI 44, SC 43=87 Abstracts /17 Sessions              127
JPC Summary Statistics
• 2008:
    Abstracts – 127 received / 115 accepted (49 WD/NS = 43%)
      – Conference total = 898 Abstracts (238 WD/NS = 28%)

• 2009: 4 Invited / 42 Paper Sessions
    Abstracts – 213 received / 180+ accepted
      – 94+ US / 47+ China / 7+ Japan / 30+ Other
    Conference total = 730 Abstracts

• 2010: 3+ Invited / 37 Paper Sessions
    Abstracts – 159 received / ?? Accepted
      – Conference total = 640 Abstracts
      – 568 USA, 44 Japan, 30 China
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JPC 2010 Hot Dates / Hot Topics

• Jan 22 - Abstracts reviewed and sessions built
• Feb 3 - Final Technical program
• Feb 25 - Author Notification of Acceptance
• The Hypersonic Panel session will be eliminated
  in favor of an Energy topic.
• Author Acknowledgement forms will be used
• Follow up with authors monthly: March 1, April 1,
  May 1, June 1
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  Issues for Discussion (for JPC 2010+)

• No-podium/no-paper enforcement
• Involvement for paper reviews/chairing sessions

• Special session suggestions for JPC (Space/ Air/
  Future):
    2010: X-51, PDEs, TBCC Inlets
    2011: X-51, Open-Rotor, Green Initiatives, NASA N+3?
• Joint JPC Committee Chair Volunteer?
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   JPC 2012 – Location TBD (Atlanta/New Orleans)

• Subcommittee Chair - TBD

• Technical Area Chairs
    Gas Turbine Engines TC
      – TBD

    HyTASP PC – Ryan Starkey / High Speed Air Breathing
     Propulsion TC – Venkat Tangirala
      – (Hypersonic and Combined Cycle Propulsion

    Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC
      – Michelle McMillan

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ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                          132
Aerospace Sciences Meeting
Subcommittee
Air Breathing Propulsion
Subgroup General Meeting


Jan. 5, 2010

Orlando, FL
ASM 2010

• ASM Subcommittee Chair
    D.R. Reddy

• Technical Area Chairs

    Anthony Watts – Gas Turbine Engines TC

    Bill Engblom – High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC

    Vance Dippold, III – Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
     Integration TC

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ASM 2010 Statistics (High Speed ABP)

• 47 Abstracts received (Total for all 3 TCs - 104 ; 114 in
  2009)
• 42 Abstracts accepted ( Total for all 3 TCs – 88; 101 in
  2009
• 40 Papers at conference start
• 8 sessions
• Reduced papers from India (0), China (1)
    May be attributed to No podium, No paper policy enforcement
• Reduced submittal in PDE area
    8 papers (4 sessions in 2009) -
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     ASM 2010 Statistics – Gas Turbine Engines TC

• 33 Abstracts received
• Abstracts accepted - 26
• 7 sessions

• 3 Invited Sessions (1 co-sponsered w/ABPSI TC)
    Pressure-Gain Combustion for the Gas Turbine (Nalim &
     Paxson)
    Alternate Fuels – Government Funded Programs (Sekar)
    Large CFD Simulations of Engine Components (Welch &
     Hathaway)

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ASM 2010 Statistics (ABP System Integration TC)

• 24 Abstracts Received:
    20 abstracts accepted
    4 transferred to other topic areas
    Abstracts submissions were low compared to ABPSI-focused
     papers at ASM09
• 4 ABPSI Sessions
    19 manuscripts uploaded
    1 author-withdrawn papers
    2 no shows
• 1 Co-sponsored Invited Session (w/GTE TC):
  Alternative Fuels
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                         ASM 2011

• Subcommittee Chair
    D. R. Reddy
• Technical Area Chairs from 3TCs
    Jay Kapat - Gas Turbine Engines
    Don Malloy- ABP System Integration
    Venkat Tangirala- High Speed ABP
• Specialty Sub-chairs
    To be determined by the TACs as needed




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Issues for Discussion (for ASM 2011)

• ASM 2011 Potential Special session topics:
    Aircraft Engine Icing
    Issues w/Cryogenic Fuels – Scramjet Propulsion
    Green Initiative – Open Rotor, Alternative Fuels
    Inlet /Fan Integration
    Progress Review – Hypersonic Centers (AF/NASA-finded) –
     POC : Hassan Hassan
    Progress on TBCC Inlet Research – POC: Tim Obrien
    Report on NASA N+3 Studies


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ABP Joint Technical Committee Meeting Agenda

     ABP Overview (Jeff Hamstra)
     Guest Speakers (Various)
     HSABP TC Summary (Marty Bradley)
     GTE TC Summary (Rob Bruckner)
     ABPSI TC Summary (Jeff Flamm)
     Education (Rick Gaeta)
     NPSS Training Course (Wolverine Ventures)
     Awards (Jeff Flamm)
     Communications (John Sordyl)
     JPC (Ryan Starkey)
     ASM (D.R.Reddy)
     Special Presentation                                          140
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   Special Presentation

Many thanks to…
       Rob Bruckner - Gas Turbine Engines
       Marty Bradley - High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion
       Ray Best - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration
… For their dedication and service to the national aerospace
community as AIAA Technical Committee Chairs.


Congratulations to
       Ian Halliwell, Joaquin Castro, and Jeff Flamm
               incoming TC Chairs.
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