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1
Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
Committees Joint TC General Meeting
47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
Exhibit Orlando World Center Marriott Tuesday,
January 06, 2009
Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing
Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
Integration
2
General Meeting Agenda (1 of 2)
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
  • Time Topic Speaker
  • 700 Convene - Dinner
  • 715 Call to order Introductions
  • 720 PE Group Director Comments Gupta
  • 730 Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Status
  • General Remarks Hamstra
  • PE Group Meeting Summary Hamstra
  • ABP Steering Committee Meeting Hamstra
  • Membership Report (02) Gaitonde
  • 800 Technical Committee reports (15 Min each)
  • High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion
    (03) Bradley
  • Gas Turbine Engines (04) Bruckner
  • Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration
    (05) Best

Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing
Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
Integration
3
General Meeting Agenda (2 of 2)
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
  • Time Topic Speaker
  • 845 Service Conference Reports (10 Min Each)
  • Communications (06) Herbon
  • Honors and Awards (07) Lee
  • Education (08) Gaeta
  • ASM Conference (09) Reddy
  • JPC Conference (10) Starkey
  • 940 Other Business All
  • 1000 Closing Comments Adjourn Hamstra

Gas Turbine Engines - High Speed Air Breathing
Propulsion - Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
Integration
4
Roll Call (1 of 2)
  • ABP Subgroup Committee members in attendance
    tonight were
  • Distinguished guests tonight included
  • Mr. Jeff Hamstra
  • Deputy Director Air Breathing Propulsion
    Subgroup
  • Dr. Ashwani Gupta
  • Director PE Group
  • Dr. David Lilley
  • Deputy Director Energy Subgroup
  • Dr. Mark Lewis
  • Former Chief Scientist USAF
  • Dr. Essam Khalil
  • Professor Cairo University Egypt

5
Roll Call (2 of 2)
  • ABP Subgroup Committee members in attendance
    tonight were

6
Propulsion Energy Group Meeting Summary
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

7
PE TCs
  • Ashwani K. Gupta
  • Director, PE Group
  • January 5, 2009

8
PE Organization
Aerospace Power Systems TC Terrestrial Energy
Systems TC
Hybrid Rockets TC Liquid Propulsion TC Solid
Rockets TC Electric Propulsion TC
Gas Turbine Engines TC (New) High Speed Air
Breathing Propulsion TC (New) Air Breathing
Propulsion Integration TC (New)
Nuclear Future Flight Propulsion TC Energetic
Components Systems TC Propellants Combustion
TC
9
TAC Organization - 2008
Vice President
Staff Liaison
Deputy VP
Groups of Discipline and Technology
Committees
Groups of Technology Integration, Systems, and
Program Committees
Database And IT
Interaction
Committee Liaisons
New Initiatives
New Programs
10
Future JPC Planning
  • JPC Locations
  • 2004 Ft. Lauderdale, PrattWhitney
  • 2005 Tucson, Raytheon
  • 2006 Sacramento, Aerojet
  • 2007 Cincinnati, GE
  • 2008 Hartford, Pratt Whitney
  • 2009 Denver, LMC update from AIAA
  • 2010 Nashville, GRC update from AIAA
  • TBD Seattle, San Diego, Anchorage, Albuquerque
    (PE 7/20/08)
  • TBD Charleston, Montreal, Boston, Baltimore,
    Savannah
  • . . . . . etc.

11
45th JPC VIP Guests/Speakers
Position Speaker/Panel Chair Candidate
Industry Exec Chair Exec Dinner Speaker Joanne Maguire, Exec. Vice President LM Space Systems Co. Invitation in Work (TBI)
Monday Innovation in Launch and Space System Propulsion Monday Innovation in Launch and Space System Propulsion
AM Keynote Speaker Gen. Sheridan? (Intro by Mike Gass, President United Launch Alliance) TBI (OR Gen. Robert C. Kehler if 40th is done on Wednesday)
Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautical and Exo-Atmospheric Propulsion Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautical and Exo-Atmospheric Propulsion
AM Keynote Speaker Aeronautics Research Lead, NASA or AFRL? Towards Greater Fuel Efficiency
Evening 40th Anniv. (Opt.1) TBD ?? Dr. Neil Armstrong You got us there, you got us back (Intro. NASA Adm.) and/or Panel on Propulsion Innovations that made getting to the moon and back possible //
Wednesday Innovations Future Wednesday Innovations Future
AM Keynote Speakers John Karas, LMSSC VP Human Expl. Orion the next step(TBI) ???? Aeronautics Next Step OR 40th Anniv. (Opt.2)
Luncheon Speaker Gen. Robert C. Kehler, USAF Space Command A View into the Future (Intro J. Maguire)
PM Bill Ritter, Governor of Colorado The Space Economy(TBI)
12
Conference Costs per Head -BD
13
45th JPC Panels Panel Chairs
Position Panel Chair Candidate Contact Lead Status
Monday Innovation in Launch and Space Vehicle Applications (Being coord by D. Lichtin) Monday Innovation in Launch and Space Vehicle Applications (Being coord by D. Lichtin) Monday Innovation in Launch and Space Vehicle Applications (Being coord by D. Lichtin) Monday Innovation in Launch and Space Vehicle Applications (Being coord by D. Lichtin)
Monday AM Panel Launch Vehicle - Boosters Co-Chairs Aerospace Corp. (R. Johnson?) LM-MFC (LP, SP, HP, SEOVS) TBD E. Musk, S. Cook, Col. White, J. Sponnick, (ATK) Co-Chairs Aerospace Corp. (R. Johnson?) LM-MFC (LP, SP, HP, SEOVS) TBD E. Musk, S. Cook, Col. White, J. Sponnick, (ATK) Co-Chairs Aerospace Corp. (R. Johnson?) LM-MFC (LP, SP, HP, SEOVS) TBD E. Musk, S. Cook, Col. White, J. Sponnick, (ATK)
Monday PM Panel Launch Vehicle - Upper Stage Chair United Launch Alliance (G. Sowers) (LP, SP, HP , SEOVS) TBD M. Wilkens, (Aries US-NASA/Boeing),(OSC-A. Ellias?), (PW-J-2X) Chair United Launch Alliance (G. Sowers) (LP, SP, HP , SEOVS) TBD M. Wilkens, (Aries US-NASA/Boeing),(OSC-A. Ellias?), (PW-J-2X) Chair United Launch Alliance (G. Sowers) (LP, SP, HP , SEOVS) TBD M. Wilkens, (Aries US-NASA/Boeing),(OSC-A. Ellias?), (PW-J-2X)
Monday PM Panel Chair In-Space Prop., Customer Views Chair (Byers/Sackheim?) NASA and or AFRP (LP, SP, EP, SEOVS, ISP) TBD Elachi, Ergen, El-Genk, Brig.Gen.Greaves Chair (Byers/Sackheim?) NASA and or AFRP (LP, SP, EP, SEOVS, ISP) TBD Elachi, Ergen, El-Genk, Brig.Gen.Greaves Chair (Byers/Sackheim?) NASA and or AFRP (LP, SP, EP, SEOVS, ISP) TBD Elachi, Ergen, El-Genk, Brig.Gen.Greaves
Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautic and Trans-Atmospheric Applications (Being coord by J. Hamstra) Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautic and Trans-Atmospheric Applications (Being coord by J. Hamstra) Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautic and Trans-Atmospheric Applications (Being coord by J. Hamstra) Tuesday Innovation in Aeronautic and Trans-Atmospheric Applications (Being coord by J. Hamstra)
Tuesday AM Panel Commercial Aeronautics 787/A380? Chair, Boeing? (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD Chair, Boeing? (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD Chair, Boeing? (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD
Tuesday PM Panel Chair Military Aeronautics F35? Chair AFRL/RT or F-35Prog/JPO (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD JPO, LMA, NG, BAE, PW, GE, User Chair AFRL/RT or F-35Prog/JPO (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD JPO, LMA, NG, BAE, PW, GE, User Chair AFRL/RT or F-35Prog/JPO (ABPI, GTE, SCS) TBD JPO, LMA, NG, BAE, PW, GE, User
Tuesday PM Panel Chair Hypersonics Chair Dr. Mark Lewis (Special Advisor to Chief of Staff and Secretary US Air Force) (HCC) TBI Chair Dr. Mark Lewis (Special Advisor to Chief of Staff and Secretary US Air Force) (HCC) TBI Chair Dr. Mark Lewis (Special Advisor to Chief of Staff and Secretary US Air Force) (HCC) TBI
Wednesday Innovations Past and Future Applications (Being coord by R. Frederick) Wednesday Innovations Past and Future Applications (Being coord by R. Frederick) Wednesday Innovations Past and Future Applications (Being coord by R. Frederick) Wednesday Innovations Past and Future Applications (Being coord by R. Frederick)
Wednesday AM Panel Key Innovations of the Past Chair Apollo Astronaut Aeronautics Luminary (Parallel sessions?) (His Ed) TBD Chair Apollo Astronaut Aeronautics Luminary (Parallel sessions?) (His Ed) TBD Chair Apollo Astronaut Aeronautics Luminary (Parallel sessions?) (His Ed) TBD
Wednesday PM Panel Chair Future Policy Chair NASA/Hq (Steering) TBD Chair NASA/Hq (Steering) TBD Chair NASA/Hq (Steering) TBD
14
PE Group Meeting Summary
15
Essam E Khalil Fellow AIAA Candidate, Director
International
  • Goals
  • Foster international collaboration
  • Promote the products and services offered by
    AIAA in the international market
  • Promote international student and aerospace
    community membership in the AIAA
  • Further enhance the networking opportunities for
    stronger aerospace community
  • Expand on the creation of local international
    sections and chapters of the AIAA
  • Promote AIAA to maintain as the lead premier
    aerospace professional organization
    internationally
  • Expand on the international workshops to benefit
    the students, young professionals and aerospace
    community
  • Professor, Cairo University, Egypt, 1988 to
    present
  • AIAA Activities
  • Deputy Director Region VII, 2004
  • Member of Thermophysics TC, 2000
  • Member, Terrestrial Energy TC, 2003 and Vice
    Chair 2006
  • Promote AIAA Products and services
  • Internationally
  • Help in judging International Students Projects
    Competition
  • Member of IECEC Steering committee, 2003 ,
    Technical program Chair of IECEC 2009

16
Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Status
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

17
ABP Subgroup Overview
  • 2008 Was Year Of Great Change
  • Transition From Legacy ABP TC To New 3-TC
    Structure Was Successfully Completed
  • New TCs Are Operational Adequately Staffed
  • Goals For 2009
  • Refine Inter-TC ConOps
  • Continue Membership Growth With Special Attention
    To Targeted Demographics
  • Move Forward As Individual TCs On Expanded TC
    Charters While Retaining Subgroup Connectivity
  • Ensure Engagement Of All TC Members

18
PE Organization 4 Subgroups With 12 TCs
Aerospace Power Systems TC Terrestrial Energy
Systems TC
Hybrid Rockets TC Liquid Propulsion TC Solid
Rockets TC Electric Propulsion TC
Gas Turbine Engines TC High Speed Air Breathing
Propulsion TC Air Breathing Propulsion
Systems Integration TC
Nuclear Future Flight Propulsion TC Energetic
Components Systems TC Propellants Combustion
TC
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Air Breathing Propulsion Subgroup Organizational
Structure
ABP Subgroup
Effective May 1, 2008
Common Elements
Communications Herbon
Honors Awards Lee
Membership Gaitonde
Education Gaeta
Liaison
Aerospace Sciences Meeting Reddy
Joint Propulsion Conference Starkey
Separate TCs
Gas Turbine Engines Chair Bruckner
Air Breathing Propulsion Systems
Integration Chair Best
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Chair Bradley
20
ABP Steering Committee MeetingSummary
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

21
ABP Steering Committee Meeting Agenda
Monday, January 5, 2009
  • Opening Comments
  • ASM09 Tempo Joint ABP Meeting Agenda
  • PE Group Meeting Summary
  • New Member Applications
  • Top Issues
  • Awards Procedures
  • Paper No-Shows Withdrawals
  • Succession Planning
  • Path Forward As Individual TCs
  • Open Forum

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Path Forward
  • Theme For 2008 Stand Up Stabilize New
    Organization
  • Theme For 2009 Retain ABP Connectivity, Yet
    Move Forward As Individual TCs
  • What Unique Value/Product Is Your TC Providing?
  • Awards, Publications, Training, Special Events,
    Cooperative Events With Other TCs/PCs/Societies,
    CVD, etc.
  • Make Sure New Members Are Engaged Understand
    Expectations Tempo
  • Continue Active Membership Recruitment
  • What Needs To Be Worked/Improved In Terms Of ABP
    Cooperative Structure?

24
Upcoming Conferences
  • ASM
  • 2009 2011
  • Orlando
  • 2012 2014
  • Gaylord Properties rotating through Baltimore,
    Dallas, Denver
  • JPC
  • 09 Denver
  • 10 Nashville
  • 11 San Diego leading candidate

25
Membership Report
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

26
TC Membership
  • Nominations Accepted From International Community
  • Government, Academia, Industry, At-large
  • Qualifications Reviewed Members Selected By TC
    Chair
  • Typical Commitment Is For Three Consecutive
    One-Year Terms
  • Membership List Reviewed Annually
  • Active Involvement Required To Maintain
    Membership!
  • Your Home Organization Sponsors Members
    Activities
  • TC Size Controlled By AIAA
  • Limited to 35 Regular Members
  • Associate and International Memberships Are
    Unlimited

27
TC Profiles 2008-2009
2
2
Gas Turbines
High-Speed ABP
2
Member 33
Assoc. Member 4
Int. Member 2
Total 39
Government 12
Industry 21
Academia 6
Total 39
Government 6
Industry 15
Academia 8
Total 29
1
1
1
1
3
ABPSI TC
2
Member 23
Assoc. Member 3
Int. Member 3
Total 29
1
2
Government 3
Industry 26
Academia 0
Total 29
Member 23
Assoc. Member 5
Int. Member 1
Total 29
1
1
1
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Roles and Responsibilities Membership
Subcommittee
  • Membership Upgrades
  • Senior Member Individuals who have demonstrated
    a successful professional practice in the arts,
    sciences, or technology of aeronautics or
    astronautics for the equivalent of at least eight
    years or who have at least eight years of
    continuous professional membership in AIAA. The
    Membership Committee reviews applications and
    nominations each month. Senior Members receive a
    certificate and lapel pin.
  • Associate Fellow Individuals who have
    accomplished or been in charge of important
    engineering or scientific work or have done
    original work of outstanding merit or have
    otherwise made outstanding contributions to the
    arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or
    astronautics. Nominees must be Senior Members
    with at least 12 years of professional experience
    (four years of post-graduate studies may be
    included, if applicable). Three AIAA member
    references with the standing of Associate Fellow,
    Fellow, or Honorary Fellow are required.
    Nomination forms are due by 15 April references
    are due by 15 May. Newly elected Associate
    Fellows receive a certificate and lapel pin and
    are honored at the Associate Fellows Dinner held
    in conjunction with the Aerospace Science
    Conference each January.

Look for email first week of February reminding
you to evaluate eligibility for upgrade and to
initiate application process if desired
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Roles and Responsibilities Membership
Subcommittee
  • Membership Upgrades
  • Fellow Individuals of distinction in
    aeronautics or astronautics who have made notable
    valuable contributions to the aerospace arts,
    sciences, or technologies. Nominees must be
    Associate Fellows. Five AIAA member references
    (of specific AIAA member grades) are required.
    Nomination forms are due by 15 June references
    are due by 15 July. Newly elected Fellows receive
    a certificate and lapel pin and are honored at
    the Aerospace Spotlight Gala.
  • Honorary Fellow Individuals of eminence in
    aeronautics or astronautics distinguished by long
    and highly contributive careers in the aerospace
    arts, sciences, or technologies. Nominees must be
    Fellows. Five AIAA member references are
    required. Nomination forms are due by 15 June
    references are due by 15 July. Newly elected
    Honorary Fellows receive a certificate and lapel
    pin and are honored at the Aerospace Spotlight
    Gala.

Look for email first week of February reminding
you to evaluate eligibility for upgrade and to
initiate application process if desired
30
Ways To Get Stay Involved
TC involvement is a chance to augment your career
through participation in the national propulsion
community! If you dont have an assignment,
please see your TC Chair.
  • Work Through Subcommittee Chairs Conference
    Organizers Many Opportunities To Volunteer
  • Awards/Competitions To Judge
  • Technical Session Support At Conferences
  • Contribute To Web Site, Annual Newsletter,
    Highlights Article Development
  • Numerous Requests For Help Via Email
  • Perform As TC Officer
  • Maintain Membership In AIAA Pursue Membership
    Advances (Sr. Member, Associate Fellow, etc.)
  • Take Advantage Of Local AIAA Activities

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High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

32
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Tech
CommitteeASM Report for Combined ABP Dinner
Meeting
  • 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Orlando, Florida
  • 6 January 2009
  • Marty Bradley

33
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Office
holders
TC Chairman Marty Bradley
Vice Chair Joaquin Castro
Past Chair Lance Chenault
Service Subcommittee Representatives
Conference Subcommittee Representatives
34
TC Profile - High-Speed ABP Jan 2009
Government 12
Industry 21
Academia 6
Total 39
Member 9
Senior Member 12
Assoc. Fellow 15
Fellow Unknown 1 2
Member 33
Assoc. Member 4
Int. Member 2
Total 39
GPA2.2
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Membership (Gaitonde)
  • Proactive Membership Upgrades
  • Senior Member / Associate Fellow / Fellow /
    Honorary Fellow
  • Members will receive reminder e-mails before
    application deadlines (includes help finding
    recommendations)
  • Everyone has receive a short email questionnaire
    requesting information to update membership
    database areas of technical interest being
    established
  • Dianne DeTurris May-Fun Liou are accepted as
    (early cycle) members
  • 2 other new highly qualified applicants have
    been approved (normal cycle) - Hassan Hassan
    Dora Musielak
  • In 2009, recruit more International Members

36
High Speed Propulsion Member Positions (1)
  • TC Chair Marty Bradley
  • Vice Chair Joaquin Castro
  • Membership - Datta Gaitonde
  • Applications Data Datta Gaitonde
  • Recruiting (International) Joaquin Castro or
    TBD?
  • Member Upgrades Doug Garrard
  • Communications - Tom Kaemming TBD Replacement
  • Year in Review Article Takeshi Kanda, Dean
    Andreadis
  • Newsletter Chris Smith
  • Website Dave Lucia, Ravi Srinivasan
  • Education - Daniel Kirk
  • Student Design Competition Joel Malo-Molina
  • Outreach Paul Czysz
  • Short Courses Dan Paxson
  • Rick Dyer -Steve Beckel Dean Andreadis Roy
    Hartfield
  • Honors and Awards - Jinho Lee
  • Propulsion Award Packages Venkat Tangirala
  • Coordination with HyTASP Fred Billig Award Balu
    Sekar
  • Student Award David Allen

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High Speed Propulsion Member Positions (2)
  • ASM - D.R.Reddy
  • ASM 09 - D.R. Reddy
  • Dan Paxson / Ron Springer / Jinho Lee
  • ASM 10 Bill Engblom
  • Houshang Ebrahimi
  • ASM 11 Roy Hartfield (Tentative)
  • TBD
  • JPC Ryan Starkey
  • JPC 09 Ryan Starkey
  • Tim OBrien, John Klinge
  • JPC 10 Adam Rasheed
  • Manfred Peinemann
  • Liaison
  • HyTASP Joaquin Castro
  • JANNAF Phil Drummond / Dean Andreadis /Steve
    Beckel
  • European Orgs. John Steelant
  • Other TCs/PCs Aerothermal TC Moehlemkamp
  • Ground Test Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard?
  • Congressional Visits Day Joaquin Castro

38
Communications (Tom Kaemming)
  • Developed new logo
  • Identified 2 members to support web site update
  • Non-conference TC meetings
  • Monthly HSABP Steering Committee telecons
  • How to better engage with members that miss a
    conference?
  • Send out briefing material with notes after the
    conference
  • Provided inputs to single ABP newsletter
    published at JPC
  • Coordinate with HyTASP to provide HSABP inputs to
    future HyTASP Newsletters
  • Year-end highlight article in Aerospace America.
  • Coordinated with HyTASP Turbines Integration

39
Honors Awards (Jinho Lee)
  • Working with HyTASP on Fred Billig Hypersonic
    Award
  • HyTASP PC seems to now have authority to sponsor
    an award
  • We will continue to let HyTASP lead the effort to
    establish this award
  • HSABP will offer to provide a representative to
    the selection committee if needed
  • HSABP supports exploration of having three
    separate graduate student awards
  • ABP lifetime achievement award
  • HSABP has committed to provide at least one new
    high speed nomination by Oct 1

40
Education (Daniel Kirk)
  • Student Design Competitions
  • Keep flexible and find good topics, dont follow
    a rigid topic rotation through each TC
  • Make sure high speed topics are suggested
  • Professional Development Courses
  • Support keeping current ABP short course alive
  • NIA (National Institute of Aerospace) has a short
    course on Advanced Hypersonic Propulsion -
    presented in 2007 (some instructors are HSABP
    HyTASP members)
  • Talk to NIA about collaboration
  • Outline established for unsteady propulsion short
    course. No additional progress yet.
  • K-12 Education
  • Continue to work together with Turbines and
    Integration
  • Help develop tabletop demonstration project
  • Tabletop propulsion engine, choked nozzle demo,
    shockwave visualization, etc.
  • Could this be a University project to develop the
    portable demonstration project?

41
Education (Daniel Kirk)
  • Student Design Competitions
  • Keep flexible and find good topics, dont follow
    a rigid topic rotation through each TC
  • Future topics are TBD RFP Release in May
  • Professional Development Courses
  • Support keeping current ABP short course alive
  • NIA (National Institute of Aerospace) has a short
    course on Advanced Hypersonic Propulsion -
    presented in 2007 (some instructors are HSABP
    HyTASP members)
  • Instructors J. Schetz, W. O'Brien, D. Van Wie,
    D. Davis, L. Jacobsen, P. Hewitt, K. Bowcutt, S.
    Dash, M. Holden, R. Gaffney, S. Beckel, D.
    Reubush
  • http//www.nianet.org/shortcourses/hypersonicprop.
    php
  • Talk to NIA about collaboration
  • Outline established for unsteady propulsion short
    course. No additional progress yet.
  • K-12 Education
  • Awareness of existing materials is important
  • There are numerous organizations that provide
    teacher resources
  • AIAA is a member or some organizations and can
    provide a conduit for material we develop
  • Use awards (certificates etc. and maybe small
    grants) to recognize and motivate teachers,
    students, and TC instructors
  • Develop tabletop demonstration project
  • Tabletop propulsion engine, choked nozzle demo,
    shockwave visualization, etc.
  • Could this be a University project to develop the
    portable demonstration project?

42
Liaison (Joaquin Castro)
  • HyTASP
  • Develop plan to increase information sharing
    between Hypersonics Conferences and ASM/JPC High
    Speed Propulsion Sessions (didnt work last time)
  • HSABP inputs to HyTASP newsletter
  • JANNAF - Several overlapping members
  • Have telecon specifically to discuss JANNAF
    liaison
  • Encourage authors to sanitize JANNAF topics for
    AIAA presentation
  • Aerothermal TC (Moehlenkamp) Status?
  • Ground Test TC (Balu Sekar / Doug Garrard?)
  • Attended GTTC Propulsion Subcommittee meeting
    Monday evening
  • European Organizations Recruit additional
    members
  • Asian Organizations - Recruit additional members
  • NASA Hypersonics Fundamental Aero Program is
    having their own annual hypersonic research
    conferences (Joint with AFOSR) get
    presentations/papers for AIAA Sessions Diane
    DeTurris
  • Congressional Visits Day Joaquin Castro
  • AIAA Sections TBD

43
HSABP TC Metrics Score Sheet
44
HSABP TC Metrics
E 1. Professional short courses E 2. Higher
Educational Programs (Graduate and
Undergraduate) E 3. K-12 Educational Programs E
4. Community Programs Publications E 5. Books E
6. Design Guides E 7. News letters/Bulletins E 8.
Journal Articles E 9. AIAA papers E 10. Aerospace
America Articles Awards/Scholarships E 11.
Student (Graduate Undergraduate) E 12. Young
Engineers E 13. Lifetime achievement E 14. AIAA
service Congress Contact E 15. Participate in
Congressional Day Visit
A 1. Membership balance analysis A 2.
Create/update a charter A 3. Number of foreign
members (optional)
B 1. Succession planning B 2. Training
C 1. AIAA TCs C 2. Local or Regional AIAA
Chapters C 3. Other Professional Organizations
( i.e. SAE, ASME, etc. )
D 1. No. of Members that attend D 2. No. of TC
members that actively work on your TC
subcommittees
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HSABP To Do List
  • Get new members assigned to service committees
  • Website continue updates and enhancements
  • Write Annual Report (Due Jan 25th)
  • Membership recruiting Highly successful, we are
    near full membership, shift to actively
    recruiting International members
  • Increase active solicitation of abstracts for ASM
    and JPC conferences to increase the number and
    quality of papers
  • Provide session chairs with more information on
    their responsibilities as well as reminder
    e-mails to improve interaction with authors

46
Wrap-Up Lessons Learned from ASM 2009
  • At JPC and in the future we need additional HSABP
    meetings
  • HSABP Steering Committee Meeting
  • HSABP Liaison Subcommittee Meeting

47
High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC - Summary
  • Expansion of the ABPTC to three separate TCs has
    been successfully implemented
  • Scope and Organization clearly defined
  • Need to continue to work awards issues
  • Membership goals have been met with high quality
    candidates
  • 33 regular members (limit 35) and 39 total
    members
  • 2 additional applicants accepted for 2009
    (putting us at full membership)
  • Expect continued success with Newsletter, Year In
    Review Article, Website Updates, Member Upgrades
  • Coordination and cooperation with HyTASP PC
    continues
  • Selected new logo

48
Gas Turbine TC
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

49
Gas Turbine Engine Tech CommitteeASM 2009 Meeting
  • 47th Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Orlando, FL
  • 5-8 January 2009
  • Robert Bruckner

50
2009 ASM - Agenda
  • Introductions (21 attendees, 19 members 2
    guests)
  • Review organization / roles
  • Service Committees
  • Membership
  • Communication
  • Conferences
  • Education
  • Honors and Award
  • New Initiatives
  • Around the table

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Gas Turbine Engines TC Scope Charter
  • Scope
  • The application of mechanical design, fluid
    mechanics and thermodynamics to the science and
    technology of air vehicle gas turbine engines and
    engine components, including
  • Complete engine systems
  • Compressor and Turbine systems
  • Combustors and augmentors
  • Auxiliary systems and structures
  • Charter
  • Advance air vehicle gas turbine engine technology
    by
  • Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at
    ASM, JPC and other conferences of interest
  • Working effectively with AIAA TCs and PCs and
    other technical societies to organize and promote
    joint sessions and activities
  • Providing for technical communications and
    reviews, educational activities, and honors and
    awards
  • Providing the Institute with authoritative
    technical opinions and public policy
    recommendations

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Gas Turbine Engine TC - organization
TC Chairman Rob Bruckner
Vice Chair Ian Halliwell
Past Chair Lance Chenault
Service Subcommittee Representatives
Conferences TAOs assigned through JPC11
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Gas Turbine Engines TC Subcommittee Assignments
Communications
Honors and Awards
Jeff Herbon Chair
James Kenyon Arathi Gopinath
Herman Scheugenpflug David Lior
Andrew Nix
Sivaram Gogineni Chair
Nicole Key Bryce Roth
Dan Jensen Mathias Ihme
Robert Webster Garth Hobson
Education
Conferences
Rick Gaeta Chair
Jay Kapat Janet Convery
Anthony Watts Aaron Byerly
Razi Nalim Ahmed ELKady
Rick Gaeta Chair
S. Mani Subramanian JPC09
Anthony Watts ASM10
Janet Convery JPC10
Jay Kapat ASM11
Guillermo Paniagua JPC11
Jerry Welch John Anderson
Membership
Jeff Cohen Chair
Steve Gorrell Ken Suder
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Membership
  • 4 new members accepted into the GTETC
  • 3 members to roll off

Government 6
Industry 15
Academia 8
Total 29
Fellow 1
Associate Fellows 12
Members 16
Total 29
Regular Member 23
International Member 3
Associate Member 3
Total 29
  • Only at 2/3 membership capacity
  • Still missing several gas turbine OEMs
  • No members from Asia

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Communications
Jeff Herbon Chair
James Kenyon Arathi Gopinath
Herman Scheugenpflug David Lior
Andrew Nix
  • Jeff Herbon is rolling off the TC
  • Need a new chair for the tc and subgroup
  • Websites for all 3 TCs have been updated
  • YIR articles have been published

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Conferences
Rick Gaeta Chair
S. Mani Subramanian JPC09
Anthony Watts ASM10
Janet Convery JPC10
Jay Kapat ASM11
Guillermo Paniagua JPC11
Jerry Welch John Anderson
  • Updates from TAOs. No update from JPC09
  • Continue to update and evolve call for papers
  • Suggestion To maintain connectivity between
    TCs, sponsor joint sessions (eg. TBCC with High
    Speed, Engine Compatibility with Integration)

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Honors and Awards
Sivaram Gogineni Chair
Nicole Key Bryce Roth
Dan Jensen Mathias Ihme
Robert Webster Garth Hobson
  • Advertise GCO Graduate Student Award and serve as
    judges
  • Ensure at least 3 candidates are nominated for
    the ABP award
  • Investigate the expansion of the Graduate Student
    Award to 3 ABP awards, one for each TC

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Membership
Jeff Cohen Chair
Steve Gorrell Ken Suder
  • Recruit new members
  • Nominate / Assist TC members with upgrades

Fellow 1
Associate Fellows 12
Members 16
Total 29
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Education
Rick Gaeta Chair
Jay Kapat Janet Convery
Anthony Watts Aaron Byerly
Razi Nalim Ahmed ELKady
  • Current short course needs a new leader
  • Explore the possibility of offering the NPSS
    training through an AIAA short course
  • Continue working the issue of a joint student
    design competition with IGTI

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New Initiatives
  • Public Policy, CVD, Position Papers
  • CS should obtain prior clearance from legal
    counsel
  • Fuels and Emissions TC ?
  • GTETC does not believe there is a need within
    AIAA for this TC. This work falls within the
    scope and charter of existing TCs
  • Liaisons with other TCs, PCs, and other
    Societies
  • Collaboration (Coexistence) with SAE, IGTI, and
    ASME Propulsion Committee should be explored

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Chairmans Award
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Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

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Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Tech
CommitteeJPC Report
  • 47th Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Orlando, Florida
  • 5 - 7 January 2009
  • Raymond Best

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Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC
Scope Charter
  • Scope
  • The application of mechanical design, fluid
    mechanics and thermodynamics to the science and
    technology of air vehicle propulsion and power
    systems integration, including
  • Installed performance and controls (SPO, PPT)
  • Propulsion aerodynamics inlet and nozzle systems
    (IE)
  • Power and thermal management (SPO, PPT)
  • All aspects of propulsion system / air vehicle
    interface and certification (RVCT)
  • Charter Advance air breathing propulsion
    integration technology by
  • Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at
    ASM, JPC and other conferences of interest
  • Working effectively with AIAA TCs and PCs and
    other technical societies to organize and promote
    joint sessions and activities
  • Providing for technical communications and
    reviews, educational activities, and honors and
    awards
  • Providing the Institute with authoritative
    technical opinions and public policy
    recommendations
  • Near Term Goal Update the Short Course to
    include certification
  • Long term is a book on the same subject.

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Air Breathing Propulsion System Integration TC
Office holders
TC Chairman Raymond Best
Vice Chair Jeff Flamm
Past Chair Lance Chenault
Service Subcommittees
Conference Subcommittees
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TC Profiles 2009
ABPSI has room to grow (max is 35)
Members 22
Associate 5
International 1
Dual 3
Government 4
Industry 24
Academia 0
Total 28
2.1 GPA 2.07 JPC 08 V.S.
ASM 09
Fellow 0
A. Fellow 12
Senior 8
Member 9
Fellow 0
A. Fellow 11
Senior 8
Member 9
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ABPSITC Current Membership
Rotating off
Rotating off
Rotating off
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ABPSITC Applicants Summary
Michelle McMillan M.S in Aero and Astronautical
Engineering from Ohio State University,
SynGenics Corp.
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ASM 09 Attendance of ABPSI
  • 17 of 29 Members present at ASM 09
  • 20 of 29 Members Present at JPC 08

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Systems Integration Technical Areas and population
  • Inlets/Exhaust (8 members)
  • Jeff Flamm Chair
  • Subsystem, Performance, Optimization (6 members)
  • Steve Johnson Chair
  • Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (6 members)
  • Weldon Wainright Chair
  • Requirements Verification, Certification and
    Testing (6 members)
  • Don Malloy Chair
  • Steering (3 members)

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Aero Performance Technical Area Scope Charter
  • Chair - Jeff Flamm, NASA
  • Scope
  • Focus on the development and Performance of
    aircraft inlets, nozzles and exhaust systems.
  • Charter
  • Emphasis on both computational and experimental
    results (including sub-scale and flight
    components), component optimization, inlet and
    exhaust system design techniques, propulsion test
    techniques at speeds ranging from subsonic
    through hypersonic.
  • Topics for consideration
  • STOVL
  • Jet Effects
  • Thrust vectoring
  • Area control
  • Survivability
  • Thrust reversers
  • Nacelle/wing interaction
  • Flow control application including scaling
    effects
  • Aircraft performance
  • Structural integration of inlets and exhaust
    systems
  • Real world operation environmental issues (ice,
    sand, rain, FOD, bugs, etc)
  • Acoustics
  • Acoustic treatments
  • Affect of inlet and nozzle on sonic boom
  • High Speed Applications

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Subsystem Integration Technical Area Scope
Charter
  • Chair - Steve Johnson, Northrop Grumman
  • Charter
  • Optimize System Level Performance by Promoting
    Communication in support of efficient interaction
    of Air Breathing Propulsion Subsystems
  • Scope
  • AB Propulsion support for MDO Techniques And
    Codes Awareness (in coordination with MDO TC)
  • Exploit Synergies in Aeropropulsion, Thermal And
    Power Subsystems
  • Cognizance in the contributions of Advanced
    Materials, Sensing, Controls, Maintenance
  • Topics
  • New Challenges In Green Aircraft Operations,
    Emissions, Noise
  • Foster Discussions And Ideas - New Energy
    Sources, and synergies with alternate energy
    being developed for ground based energy.
  • Provide information for the Call for Papers
  • Alternative fuels applications

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Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops (Rotors) Technical
Area Scope Charter
  • Chair - Weldon Wainright, Piper
  • Scope
  • Create the focal point for concepts and issue
    resolution related to the airframe integration of
    propellers, pistons and turboprop engines
  • Charter
  • To provide a forum for the design, development
    and certification of powerplant installations for
    piston and turboprop aircraft.
  • Topics for consideration
  • Propellers
  • Un-ducted fans (rotor burst, noise and icing
    protection)
  • Pistons
  • Avgas and Diesel FADEC Engines
  • Elimination of Leaded AV Gas
  • Turboprops
  • 300 500 SHP engines for light GA Aircraft

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Requirements Verification, Certification and
Testing Technical Area Scope Charter
  • Chair Donald J. Malloy, Aerospace Testing
    Alliance, Arnold AFB, TN
  • Scope
  • All aspects of air breathing propulsion
    integration certification and testing including
  • Installed performance and controls
  • Propulsion aerodynamics inlet, nozzle and
    systems
  • Power and thermal management
  • Charter
  • Advance air breathing propulsion integration
    testing technology by
  • Developing and sponsoring technical sessions at
    the IGTI Turbo Expo in collaboration with ASME
    IGTI Aircraft Engine TC
  • Develop and Sponsoring Technical Sessions at the
    ASM, JPC and other conferences of interest in
    collaboration with the SAE S-16 Engine Inlet Flow
    Distortion TC
  • Working effectively with the ABPSI
    Inlets/Exhausts and SPO technical areas and other
    technical societies to organize and promote joint
    sessions and actives

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Systems Integration Member Positions and
population
  • TC Chair Raymond Best
  • Deputy Jeff Flamm
  • Membership Keith Blodgett 5
  • Applications Data
  • Recruiting
  • Member Upgrades
  • Communications Weldon Wainright 4
  • Year in Review Article- Hayden Reeve
  • Newsletter - Weldon Wainright
  • Website
  • Education - Ian Halliwell/Rod Daebelliehn 10
  • Student Design Competition
  • Outreach
  • Short Courses
  • Honors and Awards - Jeff Flamm 7
  • Propulsion Award Packages
  • Student Award - Jeff
  • Best Paper Awards
  • ASM - 4
  • ASM 09 Jeff Flamm
  • ASM 10 Vance Dippold
  • ASM 11 -TBD
  • JPC 5
  • JPC 09 Doug Kisling
  • JPC 10 Don Malloy
  • JPC 11 Rod Daebelliehn
  • In addition, all member are expected to be
    session chairs and conduct abstract reviews for
    our conferences

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Logo Options
Air Breathing Propulsion
Chopper
Jet Transport
Biz Jet
UAV
Wave Rider
Piston
Systems Integration
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Logo Options
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Logo Options
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Logo Options
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Main Goals and Issues For ASM 09
  • Eliminate TBDs
  • Increase Membership
  • Net increase of 2 Members
  • Increase the number of ABP sessions
  • 44 abstracts submitted for JPC 09
  • Select logo
  • Still in work

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Communications Subcommittee
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

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Communications Subcommittee Report
  • Presenters name Jeffrey Herbon
  • Meeting 2009 Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Date 6 January 2009

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Agenda
  • Roll Call
  • Websites Status
  • Newsletter
  • Year in Review Highlights Articles
  • Meeting Minutes
  • 2009 Task Assignments

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Communication SC Membership
Attended 2009 ASM SC meeting
Raymond Best Charles Beard Jeff Flamm Dean
Andreadis Arathi Gopinath Chris Smith Jimmy
Kenyon Weldon Wainright Jeffrey Herbon Hayden
Reeve Thomas Kaemming Takeshi Kanda David
Lucia Ian Halliwell Dhanireddy Reddy Hermann
Scheugenpflug Ravi Srinivasan Robert Webster
Ex Officio Raymond Best Rob Bruckner Marty
Bradley Others Trajaen Troia
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Websites Status
  • Websites for all 3 TCs are up and running
  • Some legacy work remains overhauling the
    Guidebooks
  • Estimated completion in February 2009
  • Webmasters established for each TC
  • Working Group Session conducted to transition
    this effort
  • Introduction to the process
  • Incorporation of Comments/Suggestions from
    membership
  • Transfer of all content to each new webmaster

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Newsletter 2008
  • Created in Spring for JPC Release
  • Special thanks to Weldon Wainright
  • Multi-Media Distribution
  • 200 Print Copies for 08 JPC 09 ASM
  • 29 distributed at JPC
  • 50 Electronic copies made up in mini Biz Card
    format
  • 35 distributed at JPC
  • Electronic copies emailed out to APB Subgroup
    membership
  • Newsletter posted to ABP Subgroup websites
  • Does the Newsletter serve its purpose?
  • Continuous assessment of design and format

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Newsletter 2009
  • Current Newsletter format and method of
    distribution reassessed
  • Fresh approach decided on for 2009
  • Objective to remain the same Raise ABP Group
    Awareness among AIAA Conference attendees
  • Publicize Honors Awards
  • Publicize ABPTC Functions
  • Student Design Competitions
  • Condensed, tri-fold version of Newsletter to be
    distributed at Conferences in Exhibit Hall and at
    each ABP Session meeting room
  • Detailed Newsletter posted in electronic form
    only referenced in tri-fold via TC website
    links
  • Distribution method
  • Electronic copies emailed out to
  • APB Subgroup membership
  • AIAA Members that selected ABP as their primary
    area of interest, 1140 members

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Highlights 2008 for AEROSPACE AMERICA
  • Articles to be 3 600 word (1 page) articles
    listed consecutively for each TC within P E
    Group Section
  • GTETC HSABPTC obtained permission for 1300 word
    (2 page article)
  • Articles did not appear consecutively in AA
  • Deadline Early September
  • Should include events that have already occurred
    or will by proof manuscripts review (late Oct.)
  • Oct. thru Dec. events covered following year

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2008 Approach Worked Well
  • Teams of two or more from each TC led the effort
  • Could, or should be, more of a working group
    activity engaging small teams
  • Lessens the burden encourages more
    participation
  • European and Asian content will be more of a
    challenge for this coming year
  • Solicit Topics and Points-of-Contact from all TC
    Members
  • Solicit Govt/Industry Inputs Via Public
    Affairs/Business Development
  • Free Publicity for your organization

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Assignments for 2009
  • Newsletter 09 Subgroup Level Coordinating Lead
    Chris Smith
  • ABPSITC Weldon Wainright, Piper Aircraft
  • GTETC Ian Halliwell, Avetec
  • HSABPTC Chris Smith, Arnold AFB
  • Highlights Articles for December, Submission
    reqd in September
  • ABPSITC Hayden Reeve, UTRC
  • GTETC Jim Kenyon, DOD Robert Webster,
    UT-Chattanooga
  • HSABPTC Dean Andreadis, PW
  • Dinner Meeting Minutes
  • ASM - Jeff Herbon, WI
  • JPC - ??
  • TC Webmasters
  • ABPSITC Charles Beard, Boeing Co.
  • GTETC Arathi Gopinath, GE Jeff Herbon, WI
  • HSABPTC Ravi Srinivasan, Texas AM David
    Lucia, USAF

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Honors Awards Subcommittee
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

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Honors Awards Subcommittee
  • January 6, 2008

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2008 ABP Honors Awards Subcommittee Attendees
13 in Attendance
Chen Chuck Robert Bruckner Jim Donohue Dave
Mayer Marty Bradley Ian Halliwell
Jeff Flamm Ray Best Welson Wainright Sivaram
Giogineni Robert Webster Nicole Key Keith
Blodgett
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Transition Period (2007/08)
The Honors Awards Subcommittee Leads of HS,
Turbine and PAI agreed to serve as one (Reno 2008)
  • Sivaram Gogineni, Turbine (chair 2007/08)
  • Jinho Lee, High Speed, (2008/09)
  • Jeff Flamm, PAI (2009/10)

Transition Tasks 2007/2008 Best Paper Award 2008
Lifetime Achievement Award
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Air Breathing Propulsion Award
Awarded for meritorious, career-spanning
accomplishment in the science or art of Air
Breathing Propulsion
  • Award can be given only if a minimum of 3
    nominations are active.
  • Chronic problems obtaining the requisite 3
    nominations and maintaining an appropriate
    nomination pool.
  • Nominations are only active for a total of three
    cycles.
  • Four nominations this year
  • To maintain active nominations in the pipeline,
    we need at least TWO additional nomination prior
    to October 1st.
  • Each Technical Discipline Area Lead (Turbine
    Engine, High-Speed Propulsion and Propulsion
    Integration) is asked to ensure at least one
    nomination package is submitted in his Technical
    Discipline in a given cycle. Other TC members
    are also asked to encourage nominations.
  • Please have nominator advise Jinho Lee of intent
    to nominate as soon as possible.

POC for 2009 Jinho Lee
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Air Breathing Propulsion Award
Selection Process
  • AIAA membership not obligatory to receive award
    (although may be tiebreaker)
  • Selection Team now consists of 5 or 6 people as
    follows
  • ABPTC Chair,
  • Honors Awards Subcommittee Chair,
  • Relevant Technical Discipline Area Lead(s)
  • Representative of the Propellants and Combustion
    TC.
  • If only one Technical Discipline Area is
    relevant, the ABPTC Chair will appoint TC
    member(s) to be the 5th selection team member.
    If all three Technical Discipline Areas are
    relevant, the team will comprise 6 members.

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Air Breathing Propulsion Award
Selection Process Continued
  • The selection teams decision must be endorsed by
    an e-mail vote of at least 50 of the ABPTC and
    PC TC.
  • ABPTC and PC TC Chairs and Group Director must
    approve final selection by ensuring process was
    followed.
  • Documented, quantitative grading scale (audit
    trail) with minimum threshold below which award
    is not given out.
  • New scoring sheet developed
  • For ABP award, minimum threshold will be 100
    points (150 points is perfect score)

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Air Breathing Propulsion Award
Scoring Sheet
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ABP Award Past Recipients
Year
Name
Primary Organization
Dr. Hukam Mongia
2008
GE Aviation
University of Dayton Research Inst.
2007
Dr. Dilip Ballal
NASA Glenn Research Center
2006
Dr. Anthony Strazisar
Pennsylvania State University
2005
Dr. Vigor Yang
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
  • 2008 Recipient Eric Jacob, a PhD candidate from
    the University of Tennessee Space Institute for
    his work in combustion instability
  • Six applicants this year (2 were not applicable)
  • Selection committee
  • Jeff Flamm (head judge)
  • Rick Gaeta
  • Chen Chuck
  • Robert Bruckner
  • Roger Mussard
  • Norbert Bissinger
  • Donald Malloy
  • Jinho Lee

POC for 2009 Jeff Flamm
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Gordon C. Oates Graduate Award
  • The deadline for the Gordon C. Oates Graduate
    Award is 31 January. The award has moved to an
    online submission process, which facilitates
    evaluating candidates and selecting the winner.
  • The new online process has encouraged
    self-nomination for all available AIAA awards
    regardless of applicability. Some reference
    letters are now not specific and cite support
    only for the AIAA award.
  • Please help publicize this award among current
    and future graduate students to strengthen the
    pool of candidates.

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ABP Best Paper Award
Awarded for the best technical paper presented in
an Air Breathing Propulsion Session at the 2007
Joint Propulsion Conference or 2008 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.
  • Session chairs at ASM are requested to nominate
    one paper in their session and submit completed
    session chair form to DR Reddy or AIAA before
    departing Aeroscience Meeting.
  • 2007/2008 recipient AIAA 2008-107, The
    Time-Resolved Flow within an Unsteady Ejector
    Jonathan J H Heffer, Robert J Miller and Chris
    Freeman Whittle Laboratory, Department of
    Engineering, University of Cambridge, United
    Kingdom

POC for 2009 James Donohue
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2008/9 ABP Awards Timeline
2009
2008
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Jan
Feb
Aerospace Sciences Meeting - 1/09
Awards Ceremony At JPC - 7/09
Award
Selection Teams Established
Air Breathing Propulsion
Nominations Due 10/1/08
Nominations to ABP TC
Selection To AIAA HQ
Gordon Oates
Nominations Due 1/31/07
Selection To AIAA HQ
Nominations to ABP TC
Typical
Best Paper
Selection To AIAA HQ
Candidates Available From JPC 08
Candidates Available From ASM 09
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2008/2009 Plans
  • Pursue Expanding Graduate Award from 1 to 3 - 1
    for each TC Jeff Flamm lead
  • Fred Billig Award HYTASP
  • Let HYTASP lead
  • HS TC Support as needed otherwise remain neutral
  • Sustained service award for John Rockensies Ian
    Halliwell lead
  • Please seek nominations for the ABP Lifetime
    Achievement Award Goal is to have one nominee
    representing each TC
  • Technical Discipline Area Leads will contact TC
    members directly to assist with judging of
    various ABP Awards.
  • The entire TC will receive an e-mail with the
    selected recipient of the Lifetime Achievement
    Award identified, with a request to reply with an
    endorsement of the selection. Please reply
    promptly and keep the information confidential.

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Education Subcommittee
  • Joint Air Breathing Propulsion Technical
    Committees
  • TC General Meeting

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ABP Ubergroup -Education CommitteeASM 2009
  • 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Orlando, Florida
  • 4 - 8 January 2009
  • Rick Gaeta

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Uber Group ABP Education Organization
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18 Attendees ASM 2009
  • Raymond Best
  • Janet Convery
  • Rob Bruckner
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Roy Hartfield
  • Marty Bradley
  • Dan Paxson
  • Jeff Flamm
  • Jinho Lee
  • Rod Daebellibian
  • Ed Butzin
  • Bryan Westra
  • Ian Halliwell
  • Chen Chuck
  • Razi Nalim
  • Don Malloy
  • Dianne DeTurris
  • Rick Gaeta

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Agenda
  • Identify primary working groups
  • K-12 Education
  • AIAA Short Course Development
  • AIAA Student Engine Design Competition
  • Other Initiatives

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ABP Education Committee Working Groups
  • 31 members from all TCs have expressed interested
  • Identified 3 specific working groups to better
    focus efforts

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K-12 Education
Promote and Facilitate the education of Air
Breathing Propulsion Science and Technology
  • Collate air breathing educational materials
    available to teachers define and organize a
    common package that has the ABP stamp increase
    awareness of these materials
  • Mentorship
  • Teacher Award
  • Develop a table-top demo for teachers to use to
    illustrate ABP principles

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K-12 Education (Cont.) Demo Ideas
  • Hovercraft model
  • Nozzle demo with compressed air source
  • Schlieren/shadowgraph
  • Compressed air duster can produces shockwave
    visible in shadowgraph
  • Balsa wood compressor power by candle /
    compressed air
  • Balloon powered car / compressed air powered car
    design a better nozzle aka Boy Scout Pinewood
    Derby
  • Jet Cat Demo Roy Hartfield
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