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CIAM scientists presented 18 reports at the 23nd ISABE Conference

15 September 2017

CIAM scientists presented 18 reports at the 23nd ISABE Conference

From 3 to 8 September 2017, a delegation of the P.I. Baranov Central Institute of the Aviation Motors (CIAM, a subsidiary of the National Research Center ‘Zhukovsky Institute’) participated in the 23nd ISABE Conference. The event was organized by the  International Society of Airbreathing Engines and took place in Manchester, UK.

The CIAM, being a permanent ISABE member, has attended all its conferences, beginning with the first one in 1972. 

The ISABE 2017 main theme “Economy, Efficiency and Environment” reflected the main priorities and challenges that lie ahead of the global community with state-of-the-art technologies.

Recognized world leaders and technical experts from academia, industry and government agencies presented their latest achievements in the core and peripheral areas of air breathing propulsion research and development.

The CIAM delegation consisted of deputy directors general A. Prokhorov and O. Gurevich, heads of departments V. Mileshin, L. Yanovskiy, V. Makarov, Yu. Temis and other scientists.

The conference comprised 40 sessions, 240 reports were presented. An innovation of ISABE 2017 was an increased number of plenary speeches which were made by Rolls Royce, General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, Snecma and other companies.

The specialists of the CIAM presented 18 thematic reports that received a heightened level of attention from the audience. The representative of the Russian Federation at ISABE – CIAM’s chief research scientist, professor Mikhail Ivanov made a report on the theory of airbreathing engines. The CIAM’s head of division Vladimir Makarov and the leading research scientist Vladimir Korovkin spoke on the quiet powerplant concept with adaptive fan variable cycle engine for future supersonic commercial aircraft. The CIAM’s head of division Victor Mileshin highlighted the Institute’s latest achievements in the field of aircraft engine compressors. Head of department Yury Temis made a report on multidisciplinary models of engine structure.

During the conference, practical information was shared and exchanged which will help its participants to better orient in their further work.