core engine

core engine

The gas-generation portion of a gas turbine engine. It consists of the portion of the compressor that supplies air for engine operation, the diffuser, the combustors, the turbine nozzle, and various stages of the turbine to drive the compressor.
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GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney were both selected to participate in the AETD program, which is expected to wrap up in 2016 following a core engine test.
We have demonstrated that our core engine design can reliably start, stop and operate at a steady state without combustion instabilities," said Firefly Co-Founder and CEO Dr.
Our team and the core engine are committed to service round the clock.
This Blue Core engine makes 7bhp, which is less power than other 110cc scoots.
The vehicle is equipped with an air-cooled four-stroke 113cc blue core engine, with a continuous variable transmission.
Along with the core engine from its Online Armor firewall, the suite incorporates all the Emsisoft Anti-Malware's functionality.
She said that the two concepts have a propulsive efficiency; in other words, the energy generated by the core engine can be efficiently converted into thrust.
With IObit unique Dual- Core engine, IObit Malware Fighter 2 is an advanced malware & spyware removal utility which can detect and remove the deepest infections and threats, and protect computers in real time.
For this release, significant parts of the Redis core engine were rewritten.
Vauxhall is to replace three of its core engine lines with newly developed units that will offer more power, more torque and greater efficiency.
The SEM core engine has also been updated to give better spam filtering, now blocking the latest forms of spam mails and phishing attempts.
It is comprised of a robust core engine powered by signature based filters and algorithms, complemented by a community based filter that is supported by a global community of over six million spam fighters from over 224 countries.