Concept of monitoring for thermostressed state and service life of aircraft gas turbine engine blades
A concept of monitoring for material properties with residual life estimation of rotor blades for gas turbine engines is proposed. The structure of on-board control and conditionmonitoring system based on the intelligent pyrometer module with the algorithm for calculating the residual life of turbine rotor blades is described.
Keywordsmonitoring turbine blade pyrometer module thermostressed state residual life automatic control system gas turbine engine
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