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Experimental study of power exchange using a twin spool engine emulator

Enalou, Hossein Balaghi; Rashed, Mohamed; Kulsangcharoen, Ponggorn; Chowdhury, Shajjad; Bozhko, Serhiy

Authors

Hossein Balaghi Enalou

Mohamed Rashed

Ponggorn Kulsangcharoen

Shajjad Chowdhury

SERHIY BOZHKO serhiy.bozhko@nottingham.ac.uk
Professor of Aircraft Electric Power Systems



Abstract

The More Electric Aircraft (MEA) nad , with electrical machines on both HP and LP shafts and the advancements in power electronics, makes it possible to transfer power electrically from one spool to another. Preliminary results have shown considerable improvement in turbofan performance in terms of fuel consumption, engine stability and compatible thrust with flight mission. In order to proof the concept of power exchange between shafts it is essential to design a subscale system to emulate the more electric engine (MEE). This paper describes the layout of the experimental system to emulate the MEE to study the idea of power exchange between shafts through a single dc bus architecture. Keywords—Engine Emulator, power exchange, More Electric Aircraft (MEA)

Start Date Nov 7, 2018
Publication Date Nov 9, 2018
APA6 Citation Enalou, H. B., Rashed, M., Kulsangcharoen, P., Chowdhury, S., & Bozhko, S. (2018). Experimental study of power exchange using a twin spool engine emulator
Keywords Engine emulator; Power exchange; More Electric Aircraft
Related Public URLs http://www.esars.eu/wp2018/conference/
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