hot section

hot section

That portion of the gas turbine engine that operates at high temperature. It includes all parts after the compressor (combustors, the turbine, and the exhaust system). The same as hot end
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The Columbus Engine Center offers a variety of services including heavy maintenance, hot section refurbishment, module repair, inspection, performance enhancements and engine testing.
has developed additional precision repairs for gearbox housings, hot section parts, compressor parts and other engine/aircraft components.
The combination of the investment casting expertise of TPC Castings with precision machining capability creates a vertically-integrated provider of complete hot section parts manufacturing solutions for the global [turbine] marketplaces," said Joseph Parzick, managing partner of Torque Capital Group.
According to GE Aviation the upgraded engines will have longer time on wing and reduced maintenance costs, with no scheduled hot section inspections or overhauls.
P&W's GTF brochure claims 20% maintenance cost savings over current engines, due to its cooler-running hot section, which has fewer parts - a saving Qatar Airways wants reflected in any contracted guarantees if it places an order.
Top the chicken with tomatoes and return to hot section of barbie .
Sermatech's advanced vapor diffusion process is capable of chromizing, aluminizing and platinum aluminizing critical hot section components in aerospace and industrial gas turbine engines to protect them from corrosion and oxidation, extending life and saving operating costs.
As a seeded nation at the last World Cup, Argentina could count themselves unfortunate to have landed in such a hot section.
The What's Hot section is designed for the traveler planning on going on a trip, but not sure where.
The CT7-2E1 is the latest civil-certified addition to the CT7/T700 family of engines and includes a full authority digital electronic control (FADEC) system and state-of-the-art hot section materials for increased power, reliability and fuel savings.
This could lead to the first commercial use of CMCs in a jet engine's hot section (combustor and turbine areas) when a F136-powered JSF begins flight testing in 2010.
This service also features a program guide, show reminders and social media integration, besides the What's Hot section.