Effect of compressor-outlet air bleed on performance of a centrifugal-flow turbojet engine with a constant-area jet nozzle

Sidney C. Huntley
naca-tn-2713
Jun 1952


The effect of compressor-outlet air bleed on turbojet-engine performance is calculated by the use of an analysis based on experimentally determined component characteristics of a centrifugal-flow turbojet engine with a constant-area jet nozzle. A range of engine speeds from 0.9 to 1.0 of rated engine speed and air-bleed rates from 0 to 0.10 of compressor air flow are considered at a flight Mach number of 0.52 and an altitude of 24,000 feet.

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