Each new LEAP engine, produced by CFM International (50/50 joint company of GE and Safran of France) has 18 CMC turbine shrouds, which are stationary parts in the high-pressure turbine
that direct air and ensure turbine blade efficiency.
At take-off each of the engine's 68 high-pressure turbine
blades generates around 900 horsepower per blade-similar to a Formula One racing car.
Safran Aircraft Engines is a developer and producer of the high-pressure compressor, the combustion chamber, the high-pressure turbine
, the gearbox, the FADEC system.
Turbine blades and vanes make up the turbine section of the modern aircraft gas turbine engine and are present in the high-pressure turbine
(HPT) and low-pressure turbine (LPT) sections.
It uses an actual gas turbine and consists of an axial compressor with 15 floors, six arranged combustion chambers to (90[degrees]) to the axial intake, a high-pressure turbine
single floor (first floor), which drives the compressor and auxiliary equipment, as well as a low-pressure turbine (second floor), which drives the load.
Here, not only are turbine blade tip aerodynamic losses a concern, but also blade tip durability, especially in the high-pressure turbine
(HPT), which is subject to high gas temperatures.
The part in question is a nozzle used to direct hot gases into the hottest part of the engine, the high-pressure turbine
The last figure is the initial "live steam pressure" at which steam enters the high-pressure turbine
Out of 157 fuel assemblies, 65 will be replaced and various safety inspections will be conducted, including inspections of the unit's high-pressure turbine
, main electrical generator and containment liner.
The NRC staff determined that the utility could safely increase the reactor's output primarily by carrying out significant upgrades to several plant systems and components, including the feedwater pumps as well as the high-pressure turbine
After the steam from the boiler drives the high-pressure turbine
, the exhausted steam is returned to the boiler and reheated for driving to the medium-pressure turbine, and subsequently the low-pressure turbine.
The RT-35 Low K coating was patented by Chromalloy in 2006 and certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2010 for use on the PW4000 second-stage high-pressure turbine
blade after a series of tests confirming its low thermal conductivity, high thermal cycle durability and other attributes.