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High temperature telemetry systems for in situ monitoring of gas turbine engine components

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8 Author(s)
Keyes, B. ; MesoScribe Technol., Inc., Stony Brook, NY ; Brogan, J. ; Gouldstone, C. ; Greenlaw, R.
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Monitoring the health of engine components in-situ and in real-time is critical for reducing life cycle costs of military aircraft, such as F-35. As aircraft complexity and performance requirements increase, inspection-based maintenance at pre-defined intervals becomes costly and insufficient. A more efficient approach is to integrate sensor systems, capable of withstanding harsh operating environments, to provide real-time diagnostics and support condition-based maintenance and failure prognostics.

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Aerospace conference, 2009 IEEE

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7-14 March 2009