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Title : GE Aircraft Engines successfully use Flowmaster to help their customer optimise heat exchanger design.
Company : Flowmaster Ltd
Date : 11-Mar-2013
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Determining the oil temperature operating range of an oil cooled electrical power generator can be a difficult task due to the many parameters that can influence it – such as the variation in power demands and the effectiveness of the oil heat exchanger over its lifetime. However, determining the maximum and minimum oil temperature operating range over a 10 year life cycle is exactly what the engineers at GE Aircraft Engines were asked to do by their airframe customer.
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