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The ECRL has full-scale combustor rigs with the flexiblity to test a wide variety of engine propulsion components and small turbine engines.


T-700 Active Stall Control Engine Demonstration in the ECRL C-2001-771: Project team in the ECRL
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This facility houses two separate test rigs, each focused on a unique area of research. ECRL-1B is used to test and evaluate advanced combustor concepts for full-scale engine combustors and augmentors. ECRL-2B is a small turbine engine test facility.

Name: Engine Components Research Lab
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Advanced Combustor Rig (ECRL-1B)
Small Turbine Engine Rig (ECRL-2B)
Facility Manager : Gwynn.A.Severt@nasa.gov

Exterior View of the Engine Components Research Laboratory (ECRL)

Exterior View of the Engine Components Research Laboratory

 
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Engine Components Research Laboratory
Full-scale engine testing for advanced concepts
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Last Updated: April 21, 2010