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Detection of the Impact of Ice Crystal Accretion in an Aircraft Engine Compression System During Dynamic Operation
AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference
The accretion of ice in the compression system of commercial gas turbine engines operating in high ice water content conditions is a safety issue being studied by the aviation community. While most of the research focuses on the underlying physics of ice accretion and the meteorological conditions in which accretion can occur, a systems-level perspective on the topic lends itself to potential near-term operational improvements. Here a detection algorithm is developed which has the capability todoi:10.2514/6.2014-0270 fatcat:gerfwykv2nehti3ys6ndlre2sm