Power plants – Combustion products used as motive fluid
60 3908, 60262, F02G 300
A method and apparatus for cooling the heat generated by a gas turbine engine mounted in a compartment is provided. The apparatus comprises a novel eductor that incorporates a mixer nozzle to entrain sufficient air flow through the compartment to provide all the necessary cooling. The engine's oil cooler is mounted to the eductor so that the entrained air flow passes through it and cools the engine's oil. The novel eductor also has means for receiving a flow of high velocity air from the engine and injecting this air downstream of the mixer nozzle to enhance the entraining of the cooling flow.
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Davis Thomas W.
Kenzler Kurt T.
Lyon Craig A.
Royalty Charles M.
Bertsch Richard A.
Holden Jerry J.
McFarland James W.
Richman Howard R.
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