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1
Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committee Full
TC General Meeting
44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
Exhibit Reno, Nevada 1900 Tuesday, January 10,
2006 Reno Hilton, McKinley
Ian Halliwell (330) 618-9741 ianhalliwell_at_earthlin
k.net
2
ABP TC General Meeting Agenda
44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Exhibit -
January 10, 2006

3
Journal of Propulsion and Power     Vigor
Yang The Pennsylvania State University University
Park, PA 16802 Email vigor_at_psu.edu     44th AIAA
Aerospace Sciences Meeting Reno, Nevada, January
9-12, 2006
4
Journal Scope
  • The Journal of Propulsion and Power is devoted
    to the advancement of the science and technology
    of aerospace propulsion and power through the
    dissemination of original archival papers
    contributing to advancements in air-breathing,
    electric, and advanced propulsion, solid and
    liquid rockets fuels and propellants power
    generation and conversion for aerospace vehicles
    and the application of aerospace science and
    technology to terrestrial energy devices and
    systems.
  • Serve all AIAA Technical Committees in
    propulsion and power and related disciplines.

5
Technical Editors for 2005/2006
  • C. Thomas Avedisian, Cornell University (2006)
  • Rodney D. W. Bowersox, Texas AM University
    (2007)
  • M. Quinn Brewster, University of Illinois (2005)
    ? retired
  • Edgar Choueiri, Princeton University (2007)
  • Winfred A. Foster, Auburn University (2005) ?
    retired
  • Alec D. Gallimore, University of Michigan (2006)
  • Ashwani K. Gupta, University of Maryland (2007)
  • Timothy C. Lieuwen, Georgia Institute of
    technology (2007)
  • Feng Liu, Univ. California (2008) ? reappointed
  • Lourdes Q. Maurice, Federal Aviation
    Administration (2008) ? reappointed
  • Roger M. Myers, Gen Corp. Aerojet (2008) ?
    reappointed
  • Joseph C. Oefelein, Sandia National Laboratories
    (2006)
  • Joseph M. Powers, Notre Dame University (2008) ?
    reappointed
  • Tom I. Shih, Iowa State Univ. (2006)
  • Steve Son, Los Alamos National Laboratory (2008)
    ? new
  • Gregory G. Spanjers, U.S. Air Force Laboratories
    (2007)
  • Choon Sooi Tan, Massachusetts Institute of
    Technology (2007)
  • Douglass A. Talley, Air Force Research Laboratory
    (2008) ? new

6
Editorial Advisory Board for 2005/2006
  • Mike J. Benzakein, General Manager, GE Aircraft
    Engines
  • Sebastien Candel, Professor, Ecole Centrale Paris
  • Fred E.C. Culick, Professor, California Institute
    of Technology ? retired
  • Nick Cumpsty, Chief Technologist, Rolls Royce, UK
  • Edward M. Greitzer, Professor, Massachusetts
    Institute of Technology
  • Ronald Hanson, Professor, Stanford University ?
    new
  • Boris Katorgin, General Director, NPO-ENERGOMASH,
    Russia
  • Chung K. Law, Professor, Princeton University
  • Jayant Sabnis, Chief Engineer, Pratt Whitney
    Rocketdyne
  • Robert L. Sackheim, Assistant Director, NASA
    Marshall Space Flight Center
  • William A. Sirignano, Professor, University of
    California in Irvin
  • Tony Strasizar, Chief Scientist, NASA Glenn
    Research Center
  • Xiaofeng Sun, Professor, Beijing University of
    Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • Jue Wang, Chief Designer, Long March Rocket
    Propulsion, China
  • Bryon K. Wood, Vice President, Pratt Whitney
    Rocketdyne
  • Richard A. Yetter, Professor, Pennsylvania State
    University
  • Ben T. Zinn, Professor, Georgia Institute of
    Technology

7
Editorial Advisory Board
  • The primary functions of the Board are to
  •  
  • help define the editorial policy and structure,
  • provide guidance and advice to the
    editor-in-chief,
  • promote emerging technologies and related
    research, and
  • help recruit associate editors.
  • The Board may review the Journal status through
    emails and/or postal mails, and suggest practical
    means for further improvement if needed. No
    routine administrative work is involved.

8
Journal Statistics
  • Published 163 articles in 1152 journal pages in
    2005
  • Average time from submission to completion 208
    days
  • Average time for author revision(s) 61 days
  • Paper acceptance rate 52
  • Budgeted journal pages for FY06 1312 pages
  • Budgeted journal pages for FY07 1408 pages
  • Projected journal pages in future 1300 pages

9
Editorial Highlight
  • Implementation of preliminary editorial review
    before the paper is assigned to AE for external
    peer review
  • Publication of two special sections in FY06
  • -- turbine science and technology (T. Shih)
  • -- detonation in propulsion (J. Powers S.
    Frolov)
  • Publication of 3-4 special sections in FY07
  • -- aircraft particulate matters (L. Maurice)
  • -- SMART 1 electric propulsion (E. Choueiri)
  • -- weakly ionized plasma for propulsion
    enhancement (S. Macheret)
  • -- terrestrial energy utilization (A. Gupta)
  • Focus on further improvement in impact, prestige,
    distribution, and financial success.

10
General Remarks
  • TC Organization Demographics
  • Overview Of Reno 2006 Activities
  • New Associate Fellows
  • Public Policy Initiative
  • Engine Design Integration Short Course
  • Annual Report Inputs

11
ABPTC ASM 2006 Agenda
44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting Exhibit -
January 10, 2006

You are here!
12
Additional ABPTC Activities At ASM 2006
Excluding Technical Sessions Planning
13
- Membership TC Organization -
14
Organization JSM 2006
TC Chairman Ian Halliwell
Vice Chair / Chair-Elect Lance Chenault
Past Chair Jeff Hamstra
Steering Committee
Service Subcommittees
Technical Disciplines
Communications Tom Kaemming
Honors Awards Dan Jensen
Turbine Engines Jeff Cohen
Education Jessica Townsend
Membership Jim DeBonis
High Speed Propulsion Steve Beckel
Conference Subcommittees
JPC Ryan Starkey 2006 Ryan Starkey 2007 Rob
Bruckner
ASM Bill Engblom 2006 Dennis Yoder 2007 Joe
Sheeley
Propulsion Integration Jeff Philhower
15
2005/6 ABPTC Demographics
  • 46 Members in Total

By Organization
. . . . . . . . .
35 6 5
Members Associate Members International Members
. . . . . . . . .
Industry Government Academia
30 10 6
By Year Elected
By Subcommittee Discipline
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Communications
  • Honors Awards
  • Education
  • ASM
  • JPC
  • Turbine Engines
  • High Speed Propulsion
  • Propulsion Integration

7 8 8 7 7 14 12 9
1996-99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
2 2 7 9 7 10 9
Maximum allowed by AIAA
16
Associate Fellow Upgrades
  • Upgraded January 2005
  • Steve Beckel
  • Norbert Bissinger
  • Dan Jensen
  • Tom Kaemming
  • Dora Musielak
  • Dan Paxson
  • Upgraded January 2006

?? of 46 ABP TC members are now Associate Fellows
TC will continue to push for upgrade to Sr.
Member, Associate Fellow, and Fellow status
17
- Public Policy Initiative -
18
Public Policy Initiative On VAATE
Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines
  • VAATE is a cooperative USG/Industry initiative
    that provides an overarching structure for all
    U.S. Gas Turbine Engine RD efforts
  • VAATE modeled on the successful IHPTET
    (Integrated High Performance Turbine Engine
    Technology) program IHPTET concludes in 2005
  • VAATE Goal 10X Affordability (T/W, SFC, )
  • Primarily military, but many significant
    commercial payoffs
  • Political issue is that DoD turbine engine
    funding has been reduced to well under that
    required to complete VAATE program on schedule
  • Key technology transition/cost saving
    opportunities are missed
  • U.S. turbine engine RD workforce put at risk
  • Position Papers state a formal AIAA position
    are targeted at Legislative Executive Branches
    of government
  • VAATE paper defines aircraft system-level
    requirements behind the program, huge potential
    technical benefits advocates restoration of
    funding
  • TC Working Group was formed to develop the
    position paper
  • Final approval by AIAA Board of Directors
    expected on Friday

19
TC Annual Report Status
  • Typical Information covered in Annual TC Report
    (Due 1/31)
  • Basic TC activities
  • Local AIAA Section activities
  • Congressional Visits Day (CVD)
  • Liaisons or involvement with other TCs or other
    societies
  • Community involvement programs
  • Aerospace America year-end article
  • Annual Newsletter (distributed at JPC)
  • Formal Short Courses
  • K-12 educational support
  • Within a week, a draft report will be sent out to
    all TC members for additional input and/or
    corrections
  • Please reply ASAP!

20
TC Chair Training TAC Workshop 800 1700
Sunday, Jan 8, 2006 ABPTC represented by Ian
Halliwell, Lance Chenault
21
TC Chair Training TAC Workshop
  • TC Chair Training
  • ABPTC VAATE Public Policy Paper mentioned in
    introductory remarks by AIAA President, Roger
    Simpson - twice!
  • Excellent presentation on how to run, improve
    grow a TC from Jim Neidhoefer Laura McGill
  • Web-based tools for TC Chairs
  • TAC Workshop
  • Introduction to new AIAA Aerospace Database
  • Breakout sessions with access to website
  • Brainstorm sessions on next steps and database
    maintenance

22
Propulsion Energy Group Meeting 1800 2100
Sunday, Jan 8, 2006 ABPTC represented by Jeff
Hamstra, Ian Halliwell, Lance Chenault
23
ABP, PE Group, TAC in Context
PE Group Meeting Summary
President AIAA
TAC
VP Technical Activities Committee
Other VPs
Wayne Hurwitz
Director Propulsion and Energy
Other Directors
Jeff Hamstra
Deputy Director
Associate Director
Propulsion
Energy
Air Breathing Propulsion TC
Electric Propulsion TC
Hybrid Rockets TC
etc.
24
Notes from PE Meeting
  • PE Group Meets Twice A Year (ASM JPC)
  • Agenda
  • BoD Business
  • Key AIAA Activities Metrics
  • Financial Report
  • Strategic Plan Status
  • TAC Business Report from Long Beach, 8/31/05
  • Future ASM Planning
  • Future JPC Planning
  • TC Reports highlights
  • ABP Short Course
  • Undergraduate Team Engine Design Competition
  • VAATE Public Policy Paper

25
JPC Steering Committee Meeting
  • JPC Steering Committee Formed By Wayne Hurwitz
    (PE Group Director) With Intent Of Improving
    Long Range Planning For The JPC
  • Wayne JWH Represent AIAA/TAC
  • Other Members From AIAA HQ Other Societies
  • Three Key Issues
  • Perception Of Dwindling Aeronautics Content (As A
    Portion Of JPC Itself Versus Other Conferences,
    i.e. TurboExpo)
  • Recurring Paper Quality No-Show Issues
  • Corporate Sponsorship Of JPC Single Company
    Versus Multi-Company Consortium
  • Innovation Required, But How Radical?
  • Conclusion To Ratchet Up Paper Submission
    Criteria For JPC06 Target JPC08 For Overt
    Aeronautics Propulsion Focus

26
ABPTC Pizza Bowling Social
(2100 2300 Sunday, January 8)
27
ABP Steering Committee Meeting Summary
(930 1230 Monday, January 9)
28
Steering Committee Meeting
ABP Steering Committee Meeting 0930
1200, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • Membership Discussion (Main business)
  • TC officers SC Chairs - continuity
  • PE Group Activities
  • Preparation For ABP Annual Report
  • Undergraduate Team Engine Design Competition
  • ABP Public Policy Paper On VAATE Program
  • Conference Planning Updates
  • PE Group JPC Long Range Planning Committee
  • Possible TC re-structuring

29
Steering Committee Meeting
ABP Steering Committee Meeting 0930
1200, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • TC re-structuring may improve relationship with
    HyTASP PC
  • TC re-structuring would fit quite well with new
    Energy Optimized Aircraft Systems PC
  • TC re-structuring driven strongly by desire to
    increase presence of ABP at JPC more labor
    more papers …..?
  • Would need to strengthen each Technology Focus
    Group as an intermediate step, with dispensation
    from AIAA on head-count to do so
  • We shouldnt think of it as a splitting up but
    as a growth

30
Subcommittee Reports
31
- Turbine Engines - Technical Focus Group
32
Turbine Engines - Technical Focus Group
1400 1500, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • Since last TC re-organization, the Technical
    Focus Groups seem to have lost direction and
    purpose
  • Need to re-examine existing charter
  • Need redefine charter on basis of personal
    interests, experience and desires or future
  • Stronger liaisons with other TCs as well as
    working with ABP sub-committees
  • Important roles in JPC, ASM, end-of-year
    highlights article, nomination of awards
    candidates, short courses, etc.

33
Turbine Engines - Technical Focus Group
1400 1500, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • Action items
  • Consider short course on Unsteady Flow Phenomena
    in Gas Turbine Engines
  • Begin to collect data for Aerospace America
    year-end highlights article
  • Consider suggestions for topics for Undergraduate
    Team Engine Design Competition 2006/7 and 2007/8

34
- High Speed Propulsion - Technical Focus Group
35
High Speed Propulsion -Technical Focus Group
1500 1600, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • Charter re-define each member to submit
    suggestion for discussion with a view to creating
    something new, unique stimulating! (Action
    Item)
  • Effect of possible TC re-structuring
  • Take a more pro-active approach in the search for
    conference papers can this have same results as
    re-structuring?
  • Attend HyTASP PC meeting on Wednesday (1200
    1300) (Action Item)

36
- Propulsion Integration - Technical Focus Group
37
Propulsion Integration - Technical Focus Group
1600 1700, Monday, January 9 - Room 151
  • Charter once again re-define each member to
    submit suggestion for discussion with a view to
    creating something new exciting! Dont need to
    follow same pattern in each technical group
  • New SC Chair sought
  • Strong links to Energy Optimized Aircraft
    Systems PC, liaison planned
  • Special topics for conferences, special sessions,
    panels sessions
  • Contributions to Aerospace America year-end
    highlights article an on-going activity
  • Is there an ABPTC Handbook?

38
- Aerospace Sciences Meeting - Sub-Committee
39
ASM Subcommittee Meeting
Agenda
  • ASM 2006 Statistics
  • Subcommittee Assignments
  • Discussion of Issues Affecting ASM

40
ASM Subcommittee Meeting
Committee Goals/Charter Facilitate high quality
ABP papers and presentations at ASM.
Committee Membership Jeffrey Bons Ravi
Ravindranath Jeff Cohen Joe Sheeley Bill
Engblom Ron Springer Adam Rasheed Dennis Yoder
(Chair)
41
ASM 2005
Subcommittee Chair Mitch Wolff
Technical Area Chair Bill Engblom
Specialty Sub-chairs Ryan Starkey - High Speed
Flows Ravi Ravindranath - Turbomachinery Dennis
Yoder - Integration
42
ASM 2005 Statistics
  • 92 Abstracts received
  • 85 submitted, 7 invited
  • 75 Abstracts accepted, 11 sessions
  • 68/85 submitted abstracts accepted (80)
  • 5 Papers withdrawn prior to conference
  • 53/70 Papers presented (76)
  • 17 No-Shows

43
ASM 2005 Statistics
  • 17 No-Shows
  • 8 with paper
  • 9 without paper (mainly clearance issues)
  • No-Shows with paper
  • Only one source of session dead-air (50)
  • Nearly as many from Europe as elsewhere
  • Recommend No-podium, No-publication policy?

44
ASM 2006
Subcommittee Chair Bill Engblom
Technical Area Chair Dennis Yoder
Specialty Sub-chairs Joe Sheeley - High Speed
Flows Ravi Ravindranath - Turbomachinery Adam
Rasheed - Integration
45
ASM 2006
Session Chairs
46
ASM 2006 Statistics
  • 110 Abstracts received 3 late submissions
  • 20 Increase over last year
  • No invited papers or sessions this year
  • 97 Abstracts accepted, 13 sessions
  • 97/113 submitted abstracts accepted (86)
  • 7 Papers withdrawn prior to conference
  • 6 Sessions completed
  • 35/44 scheduled papers presented (80)
  • 2 withdrawns early, 7 no shows

47
ASM 2007
Subcommittee Chair Dennis Yoder
Technical Area Chair Joe Sheeley
Specialty Sub-chairs Adam Rasheed - High Speed
Flows Jeffrey Bons Turbomachinery Bill Engblom
- Integration
48
ASM 2008
Subcommittee Chair Joe Sheeley
Technical Area Chair Jeffrey Bons
Specialty Sub-chairs To be determined later
49
Issues for Discussion
  • Ideas for invited papers or sessions?
  • Foreign authors embargoed nations
  • Pulled papers conference no-shows

50
- Joint Propulsion Conference - Sub-Committee
51
JPC Subcommittee Briefing
Committee Goals/Charter Facilitate high quality
ABP papers and presentations at JPC
Committee Membership Judy Bergman(I), Bob
Bruckner(T), Harold Chambers(H), Lance
Chenault(I), Richard Gaeta(T), Douglas Lewis(H),
Robert Moehlenkamp(H), Ryan Starkey(H), Prabhakar
Subrahmanyam(T), Jack White(T)
52
Pro-active Steps
Better Papers Abstracts must meet AIAA
standards Abstracts will be reviewed by at least
2 people and some REJECTED
Improved Presentations (i.e. minimize
no-shows) Ensure abstract completeness Contact
foreign authors More invited speakers/special
sessions
53
Infrastructure
Accountability within Committee Technical
chairs identified each year Specialty
sub-chairs identified each year Sub-chairs will
contact session chairs
Volunteers (i.e., any TC member) Review
abstracts Serve as session chairs Arrange
invited speakers/special sessions
54
JPC 2006
9-12 July 2006 Sacramento, CA Technical Area
Chair - Ryan Starkey Specialty Sub-chairs High
Speed Flows - NONE Integration - NONE Turbines
NONE Speakers Breakfast Assistants Monday -
NONE Tuesday - NONE Wednesday - NONE
55
JPC 2006 Status
  • Deadline Sessions need to built by Jan. 27
  • 101 abstracts 2 invited talks to be assigned
    to 14 sessions
  • Breakdown
  • 27 Turbine (Bruckner, Cohen, Gorrell)
  • 16 Integration (Bissinger, Carskaden)
  • 36 High Speed (Beckel, Bradford, Sheeley,
    Springer, Starkey)
  • 11 Diagnostics (NONE)
  • 12 High Fidelity (Lytle, Lavelle)
  • Brazil(7), Canada(1), China(12), Egypt(1),
    France(7), Germany(12), Britian(1), India(11),
    Iran(2), Italy(3), Japan(2), Russia(4), S.
    Korea(3), Turkey(1), U.S.(44)

56
JPC 2007
Technical Area Chair Bob Bruckner (planning
meeting today 4-6 in room N2)
Specialty Sub-chairs High Speed Flows - ?
Integration - ? Turbines - ?
57
JPC 2008
Technical Area Chair ?
Specialty Sub-chairs High Speed Flows -
? Integration - ? Turbines - ?
58
Session Planning (12/22/05)
59
2006 JPC - Preliminary Layout (12/22/05)
60
Special Panel Sessions
  • Monday AM -- CEV/CLV Propulsion Status and Plans
  • Organizer Bob Sackheim, NASA MSFC
  • (In-work - S. Horowitz?, S. Cook?, others….)
  • Monday PM -- Combustion Dynamics
  • Organizer Chiping Li, Aerojet
  • (Vigor Yang, Fred Culick, Ben Zinn, Ross
    Hewitt)
  • Tuesday AM -- Mars Mission Programs - Status and
    Updates
  • Organizer Tim ODonnell, JPL
  • (Fuk Li, Barry Goldstein, Samad Hayati, Mark
    Adler)
  • Tuesday PM -- Prized Competitions and
    Advancements in Rocket Propulsion Systems
  • Organizer Nesrin Sarigul-Klijn, UC Davis
  • (In-work - Peter Diamandis, others…)
  • Wednesday AM -- Technical and Programmatic Risks
    of Using New In-Space Propulsion Technologies for
    Deep Space Flight
  • Organizer Les Johnson, NASA MSFC
  • (in-work Jim Robinson?, Chris Stephens?,
    Stewart Nozette?, Todd May?)

61
Special Speakers
  • Keynote Address Monday, July 10, 2006
  • Mike Griffin NASA Administrator
  • Invited, awaiting confirmation
  • Awards Luncheon Wed, July 12, 2006
  • Ken Mattingly Apollo and Space Shuttle
    Astronaut
  • Invited, awaiting confirmation

62
- Education - Sub-Committee
63
Education Subcommittee
  • Members
  • Attendees
  • Jessica Townsend, Jeff Philhower, Dan Paxson, Ian
    Halliwell, John Rockensies, Rick Gaeta, Keith
    Blodgett, Marty Bradley
  • Other members
  • Jay Carskaden, Nayem Jahingir, David Lior, Dr.
    Feng Liu, Jed Marquart

64
K-12 Outreach Activities
  • A lot of us are doing this already
  • Ian Halliwell, Mathematics in Action
  • Dan Paxson, wind tunnel experiments with middle
    schoolers
  • Want to find better ways to make use of AIAA
    resources for engineers and for teachers
    (sessions tomorrow)
  • Information gathering stage I will be polling
    TC members to
  • See what members are already doing in their
    communities
  • Find out level of interest for individual
    participation or coordination of higher level
    activities
  • Get additional ideas for work in this area
    (National Engineers Week, coordination with
    other TCs and societies)
  • Raise the TCs profile in this area

65
Short Courses
  • Ran successful Air Breathing Propulsion Design
    Short Course in May
  • 17 participants, 4 instructors
  • Proposed short course in unsteady phenomena in
    air breathing propulsion
  • Early stages
  • SC looking at proposal process and hopes to run
    course at JPC 2007.

66
Design Competition
  • Previous competitions involved designing an
    engine from scratch
  • 2005/2006 competition start with baseline
    engine and improve
  • Letters of commitment due in February
  • Judging panel needed (entry review occurs over
    the summer)
  • 2006/2007 competition
  • Abstract due several months ago
  • UAV idea proposed
  • RFP due in March
  • Want to increase number of entries
  • Change in format of competition
  • Put out RFP earlier
  • Try to understand why more schools are not
    submitting entries

67
We could use your help!
  • I will be contacting you to
  • Get your input on K-12 outreach activities
  • Find judges for this years design competition
  • Help us in surveying your colleagues in academia
    to find out what we can do to improve
    participation in the design competition.
  • Be proactive in passing the word on the design
    competition
  • Stay in touch! (jessica.townsend_at_olin.edu)

68
- Honors Awards - Sub-Committee
69
Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
Committee Honors Awards Subcommittee
Daniel T. Jensen Rolls-Royce Corporation Daniel.T.
Jensen_at_rolls-royce.com (317) 230-6681
  • January 10, 2006

44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit
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2006 ABP Honors Awards Subcommittee Roster
Name
Organization
Norbert Bissinger
Dr.
EADS
Mr.
Robert Bruckner
NASA Glenn Research Center
Mr.
Serge Eury
Snecma Moteurs
Rolls-Royce Corporation
Mr.
Daniel Jensen
Jacobs Sverdrup - AEDC
Donald Jones
Mr.
Gulfstream
Thomas Lavrisa
Dr.
Mr.
NASA Glenn Research Center
Jinho Lee
Dr.
John Rockensies
Northrop-Grumman (Retired)
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Honors Awards Subcommittee Charter
The Honors Awards Subcommittee administers the
professional recognition awards presented by AIAA
on behalf of the Air Breathing Propulsion
Technical Committee
  • Air Breathing Propulsion Award
  • Dan Jensen, Lead
  • Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award
  • Rob Bruckner, Lead
  • ABP Best Paper Award
  • John Rockensies, Lead
  • Other AIAA Awards On Occasion
  • Chairmans Award
  • Additionally the Honors Awards Subcommittee
    will work closely with the Membership
    Subcommittee to recognize outstanding performance
    within the TC and support Membership Upgrades.

72
Air Breathing Propulsion Award
Awarded for meritorious, career-spanning
accomplishment in the science or art of Air
Breathing Propulsion
  • 4 Member Selection Team
  • ABP Ian Halliwell (Chair) and Dan Jensen
    (Honors Awards Chair)
  • Propellants Combustion TC Chair and Awards
    Chair
  • Rules state that award can be given only if a
    minimum of 3 nominations are active.
  • In recent years, we have had chronic problems
    obtaining the requisite 3 nominations and
    maintaining an appropriate nomination pool.
    Nominations are only active for two years
    following submittal. Last year, we received no
    new nominations, leaving us with 2 nominees and
    again needed an extension. Despite AIAA again
    extending the deadline we were unsuccessful in
    obtaining a third nomination. Through special
    appeal we were allowed to make the award despite
    having only two candidates.
  • For 2006, we have been successful in obtaining 3
    nominations (1 carryover and 2 new). Thank you
    for your help in obtaining these.
  • Before October, we need at least 2 new
    nominations. Technical Discipline Area Leads
    (Turbine Engine, High-Speed Propulsion and
    Propulsion Integration) are asked to encourage
    nominations of leaders in their fields. Other TC
    members are also asked to encourage nominations.
    Please have nominator advise Dan Jensen of
    intent to nominate as soon as possible.

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ABP Award Past Recipients
Year
Name
Primary Organization
2005
Dr. Vigor Yang
Pennsylvania State University
2004
Dr. E. Tom Curran
Air Force Research Laboratory
2003
Dr. Ben Zinn
Georgia Tech
2002
Dr. Richard Rivir
Air Force Research Laboratory
2001
Dr. John J. Adamczyk
NASA Glenn Research Center
2000
Charles R. McClinton
NASA Langley Research Center
1999
Dr. Allen S. Novick
Allison
1998
Dr. Joseph A. Schetz
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
1997
Dr. H. Lee Beach, Jr.
NASA Langley Research Center
1996
Dr. Louis A. Povinelli
NASA Glenn Research Center
1995
Thomas A. Auxier
Pratt Whitney
1994
Dr. "Bud" Lakshminarayana
Pennsylvania State University
1993
Thomas L. DuBell
Pratt Whitney
1992
Donald M. Dix
Department of Defense
1991
F. Blake Wallace, Jr.
Allison
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Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award
5,000 cash award presented for outstanding
Graduate Student Research in the area of Air
Breathing Propulsion
  • 2005 Recipient Nicole Key of Purdue University,
    a PhD candidate in the Mechanical Engineering
    department
  • Ms. Keys research topic experimental
    investigations of the unsteady flow phenomena in
    turbomachinery aerodynamics. She presented a
    brief of her work at the General TC Meeting at
    JPC.
  • The deadline for the Gordon C. Oates Graduate
    Award is 31 January. Award has move to an online
    submission process, which facilitate evaluating
    candidates and selecting the winner.

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ABP Best Paper Award
Awarded for the best technical paper presented in
an Air Breathing Propulsion Session at the 2004
Joint Propulsion Conference or 2005 Aerospace
Sciences Conference
  • AIAA provides copies of ABP session forms from
    both conferences (usually significant time lag)
  • Process improvement ABP Technical Organizer
    forwards copies of Session Chair Forms to Honors
    Awards at end of conference
  • Last years recipient AIAA 2004-3934, "A CFD
    Case Study of Flow Through A Transonic Compressor
    Rotor with Large Tip Clearances," by Louise Merz
    and Dr. Paul Orwkis of the University of
    Cincinnati and Dr. Lyle D. Dailey of GE Aircraft
    Engines.
  • This years recipient will represent the best ABP
    paper from last summers JPC and this ASM
    conference and will be awarded at this summers
    JPC.

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2006 ABP Awards Timeline
2006
2005
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Jan
Feb
Aerospace Sciences Meeting - 1/06
Awards Ceremony At JPC - 7/06
Award
Selection Teams Established
Air Breathing Propulsion
Nominations Due 10/31/05
Nominations to ABP TC
Selection To AIAA HQ
Gordon Oates
Nominations Due 1/31/06
Selection To AIAA HQ
Nominations to ABP TC
Typical
Best Paper
Selection To AIAA HQ
Candidates Available From JPC 05
Candidates Available From ASM 06
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Go-Forward Plan
  • Significant changes have been mandated by AIAA in
    terms of the processes used to select award
    recipients. These changes are expected to have
    the most impact on the ABP award, in particular
    approval of the selection by the entire TC,
    numerical scoring of candidates and an audit
    trail for retention.
  • This years award has been grandfathered under
    the old process, but new ABPTC procedures will be
    defined in time for approval by the TC at JPC.
  • At least two more nominations for ABP Award due
    by October - ABP Committee Needs To Help
    Publicize Awards Throughout Aerospace Community
  • Honors Awards Subcommittee has developed a
    flyer publicizing the ABP Awards for distribution
    at JPC and ASM. Will look into having AIAA
    distribute electronically to AIAA members with a
    professional ABP interest.
  • We looked into placing an ad in the AIAA Student
    Journal for the Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award
    however, online process has significantly
    increased the number of nominations.
  • Other ABPTC members interested in helping as a
    reviewer should contact the award lead or Dan
    Jensen.

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- Communications - Sub-Committee
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Communications Subcommittee Report
  • 2006 ASM

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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Communication SC Membership
Start Last Name First Name Title Organization 200
2 Bradford John Dr. SpaceWorks Engineering,
Inc. 2004 Gorrell Steven Dr. U.S. Air Force -
AFRL 2001 Kaemming Thomas Mr. Boeing Phantom
Works 2005 Kanda Takeshi Mr. Japan Aerospace
Exploration Agency 2002 Morris Peter Mr Williams
International 2002 Reddy Dhanireddy Dr. NASA -
Glenn Research Center 2005 Rock Kenneth Mr. NASA
Langley Research Center 2001 Scheugenpflug Hermann
Dr. MTU Aero. Engines
Attended 2006 ASM SC meeting
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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Website 2005
  • Updated Format
  • Minutes in MS PowerPoint Notes format
  • Updated membership list
  • Uploaded 2005 Newsletter
  • Updated Org chart
  • Member resumes needed
  • Guidebook updates needed

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Website
  • Post Minutes Jan/July
  • Post Newsletter June
  • Post Highlights Article (link?) Dec
  • Periodic Review Quarterly

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Yearly Activities Schedule
  • Notes
  • Represents official ABPTC documentation source
  • In 2004, convert to AIAA common service

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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Newsletter 2005
  • John Bradford, Hermann Scheugenpflug, Tom
    Kaemming
  • Cover Ga Tech RBCC StarSabre (John Bradford)
  • Feature Article PW F135 (Jeff Cohen)
  • THANK YOU !
  • Issue? AIAA Paperless Conferences

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Newsletter
  • Assign Lead ASM
  • Solicit Feature Article(s) ASM
  • Solicit SC Inputs March
  • Articles Due Early May
  • Page Makeup Early May
  • Review May
  • Submit to AIAA for Printing Early June
  • Electronic Distribution to TC June
  • Post on Website June
  • Distribute at JPC July
  • Distribute at ASM January

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Yearly Activities Schedule
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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Highlights 2005
  • Hermann Scheugenpflug, Ian Halliwell, Tom
    Kaemming
  • THANK YOU
  • Received Notice from AIAA 8/24 that Article Due
    on 9/7!
  • Issues
  • Late Start
  • Lead
  • Asia

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Highlights Suggestions
  • Actively start NLT JPC
  • Lead
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Solicit potential articles from Technical
    Discipline Panels
  • Solicit govt/industry inputs via previous
    contacts/business development (not engineering)

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Highlights
  • Assign Lead ASM
  • Reaffirm Lead JPC
  • Solicit European Asian Contact JPC
  • Solicit Technical Discipline Inputs JPC
  • Lead Initiate AIAA Contact July
  • Solicit Govt/Academia/Industry Inputs late July
  • Articles Due Mid August
  • Assemble/Edit/Review Late August
  • Due to AIAA Early Sept
  • Review AIAA Page Makeup Oct/Nov
  • Post on Website Dec

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Yearly Activities Schedule
  • Notes
  • Consists of
  • High Speed
  • US Turbine
  • European

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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

97
Meeting Minutes
  • Obtain Meeting Presentations immediately before
    TC Meeting
  • Write in the PowerPoint notes page any pertinent
    information
  • Deliver meeting minutes to Website lead

98
Yearly Activities Schedule
  • Notes
  • Minutes are compendium of chair presentations

99
Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Website
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights
  • Minutes
  • Assign Roles

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Roles Responsibilities
  • Chair
  • Guidebook
  • Yearly Report
  • Propulsion Energy Technical Activity Committee
    (TAC) Charts
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Highlight Articles
  • High speed
  • US turbine
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Website (including bios)
  • Newsletter

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SC Roles
Chair
Tom Kaemming
Meeting Minutes
Morris
JPC 06 ?????
Highlight Articles
Takeshi
Cohen (?)
Scheugenpflug (?)
Website
Steve Gorrell
Newsletter
??????????
Kaemming
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Yearly Activities Schedule
  • Notes
  • Guidebook is embedded in website

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Generic Subcommittee Meeting Goals
  • Review Discuss Refinements Of Subcommittee
    Charter (If Appropriate)
  • Review Current Business
  • Discuss New Business Identify New Initiatives
  • Develop Go-Forward Plan For Next 6 Months
    Identify Requirements/Products/Interfaces With
    Other Subcommittees
  • Get Members Commitment On Specific Actions Make
    Sure Every Member Has At Least 1 Well-Identified
    Task
  • Prepare Outbrief For Tuesday Evening Meeting (10
    - 15 Minutes Each)

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Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
Committee Open Discussion Any Other Business
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Final Notes
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Final Notes
  • Thanks For The Hard Work Dedication
  • Keep Involved With Subcommittee Activities
  • Volunteer As Much As Possible Enthusiasm Is
    Contagious
  • Bring New Ideas
  • Keep Your AIAA Membership Up To Date
  • Next TC Meeting JPC 2006, July 11-13,
    Sacramento, California

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Backup
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42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion
Conference 9-12 July 2006 Sacramento Convention
Center Sacramento, California
  • Planning Meeting
  • Sacramento, California
  • January 11, 2005

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  • Location
  • Central Valley location
  • Convergence of Sacramento American Rivers
  • 90 miles to San Francisco
  • 50 miles to Napa
  • 90 miles to Lake Tahoe

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Planning Schedule to JPC 2006
  • July 2004 24 Month Planning Meeting, Ft.
    Lauderdale
  • October 2004 Local Planning Meeting at Aerojet
  • December 2004 Participate in 05 Planning Meeting
    in Tucson
  • January 2005 18 Month Planning Meeting, Reno
  • May 2005 Call for Paper, Final
  • July 2005 Call for Papers in Aerospace
    America 12 Month
    Planning Meeting, Tucson AZ
  • August 2005 Abstract Submission Opens
  • November 2005 Abstracts Due
  • December 2005 1st Draft of Technical Program
  • January 2006 Final Technical Program Tech Area
    Chair Planning Meeting, Reno
  • February 2006 Preliminary Program to Editor
    Author Notification of Acceptance
  • April 2006 Preliminary Program in Aerospace
    America
  • May 2006 Final Manuscripts Due
  • July 2006 42nd JPC, Sacramento CA

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JPC 2006 Conference Theme
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2006 JPC Conference Structure
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
800
Panel
Opening Keynote
Panel
900
Panel
1000
Potential
Panel
1100
Sunday
1200
Events
Lunch
Lunch
Awards
1300
Panel
Luncheon
Panel
1400
Panel
1500
2004
Panel
1600
Conference
1700
Registration
1800
Exhibit Hall Reception
Off-site
1900
Opening
Event
2000
Reception
2100
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2006 Candidate ITAR Restricted Sessions
  • A Concern Is Growing That the JPC Is Experiencing
    Significant Paper/Session Withdrawals and Reduced
    Technical Content
  • We Suggest the Addition of Several ITAR
    Controlled Sessions to Strengthen the Relevance,
    Technical Content and Participation in Selected
    U.S. Only Sessions
  • Candidate ITAR Controlled Topics
  • Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV)
    Propulsion
  • Integrated High Performance Rocket Propulsion
    Technology (IHPRPT) Programs
  • Strategic Propulsion Applications Programs
  • FALCON Propulsion Programs

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2006 Candidate ITAR Restricted Sessions
  • Recommended Approach
  • Establish Separate Sessions During Conference
  • Special Interest Session - By Invitation Only
  • Use Dedicated Room or Dedicated Building
  • Post Door Monitor(s) to Limit Access to Approved
    Participants
  • Unobtrusive Marking on Badge Citizenship Status
    Would Be Verified During Registration
  • Will Need to Coordinate Registration Forms and
    Badging with AIAA
  • Ensure Adequate Security During Presentations
  • Close Doors
  • Request That All Cell Phones/Pagers/Recording
    Devices Be Turned Off
  • Ensure Dedicated PC/Projector Is Available for
    Presentations
  • Option to Hold Separate Sessions on Following Day
    Is Less Desirable
  • Added Cost
  • Limited Attendance

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Sacramento Local Attractions
  • Aerojet Propulsion Facility
  • Historic Old Town Sacramento
  • Sacramento Railroad Museum
  • American River Fishing and White Water Rafting
  • Sierra Nevada Range and Surrounding Wine Regions
  • Sacramento River Cats AAA Baseball and Monarchs
    WNBA
  • Easy Access to SF Bay Area and Lake Tahoe

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New Paper Review Process
  • A new emphasis will be placed on ensuring that
    abstracts meet the minimum requirements.
  • Will likely be moving to a stricter peer review
    process where authors will receive feedback on
    their papers by the reviewers.
  • Papers not meeting minimum requirements will
    either be rejected or returned to the author for
    revision.
  • This will place more work on the reviewers to do
    a thorough review of each paper, but will
    ultimately improve the quality of the conference.
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