Propulsion


Contact Information

Susan Zubik
Manager
Aerospace Systems Engineering
(405) 741-5420
szubik@swri.org

Propulsion is supported by the Aerospace Engineering Department at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in a number of different areas, including:

Aerospace Engineering Support

  • Engine testing and data gathering
  • Analysis of this data
  • Application of this data back to fault detection and diagnosis
Image: Aircraft system experience includes B-52, B-2, B-1, E-3, and KC-135 aircraft, as well as T56, TF30, TF33, TF34, TF39, F100, F101, F108, F110, and F118 engines.

Aircraft system experience includes B-52, B-2, B-1, E-3, and KC-135 aircraft, as well as T56, TF30, TF33, TF34, TF39, F100, F101, F108, F110, and F118 engines.

Related Terminology

aircraft engine performance  •  engine health management plus  •  EHM+  •  EHM Plus  •  ground station software  •  transient engine data  •  test cell support  •  test cell design  •  test stand upgrade   •  propulsion  •  aerospace engineering

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04/15/14