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1 P&E Group Ashwani K. Gupta August 1, 2012

2 Summary All TCs are dynamic and energetic in the Propulsion and Energy group Successful Green Engineering PC New WG (Pressure Gain Combustion?) approved by NIS on July 31, 2012 P&E group NEM workshop for transitioning JPC/IECEC to JPC/IECEC Forum Awards: 4 in Propulsion and 2 in Energy and all TCs gave best paper awards Ensure that future JPC dates do not to Clash with Intl. Combustion Symposium (CI) and ASME Power conference

3 P&E Organization Deputy Director Air-Breathing Propulsion Jeff Hamstra Aerospace Power Systems TC Terrestrial Energy Systems TC Gas Turbine Engines TC High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion TC Air Breathing Propulsion Integration TC Deputy Director Rocket & Space Propulsion I-Shih Chang Hybrid Rockets TC Liquid Propulsion TC Solid Rockets TC Electric Propulsion TC Nuclear & Future Flight Propulsion TC Energetic Components & Systems TC Propellants & Combustion TC Deputy Director Advanced Propulsion & Technologies Selma Goldstein Director Propulsion & Energy Ashwani Gupta Deputy Director Energy David Lilley Green Engineering (GE) PC Jason Slagle/Valerie Lyons Pressure Gain Combustion WG

4 JPC/IECEC and P&E Group 4 NEM has many of the show case examples JPC has championed over the past 48 years. Opening high level Plenary and keynote speakers at JPC and IECEC Panel sessions with key leaders from industry on topics of latest interest to industry Exhibits with designed good flow of traffic VIP tour of exhibits Awards luncheon speaker Public policy Steering committee and Planning committee with defined goals and milestones over 24 month planning cycle No paper no podium and no podium no paper policy Abstract and paper review for papers at IECEC Each TC provides metrics on activities for continued improvements of their TC health (started some 15 years ago) Acknowledge all speakers with a ‘thank you’ note immediately after the conf. ….

5 Workshop Question 1: Growth to P&E Forum Question 1: How should we evolve the current JPC/IECEC collocated event to the “Propulsion & Energy Forum” envisioned in the New Event Model? How do we improve the content, increase the value, and grow attendance? Example questions to consider: How do we best implement the NEM vision; are there radical changes to JPC/IECEC we should consider? How do we retain/enhance multiple-society involvement (the “Joint” in JPC)? What other Conferences/Events should we try to align with the P&E Forum? How do we achieve better ties between the Aeronautics and Space sides of our discipline? How do we improve Keynote & Plenary Sessions? How do we enhance the presence of “energy” including Green initiatives? How do we increase corporate sponsorship? 5

6 Question 2: We are committed to developing a premier P&E Forum, but also must support the overall Institute direction on NEM. Other Forums, in particular Aviation and Space, can not be successful without a P&E presence. How do we achieve all these objectives? Example questions to consider: Are there “out of the box” options we should consider, such as moving the JPC/IECEC event to January to align with the S&T Forum? Is there a way to rotate or assign support between TC’s such that such that each TC isn’t attempting to support more than two Forums a year? What is the minimum presence that that would make the Aviation and/or Space Forums attractive to you and your colleagues Are there innovative ways to participate that we haven’t considered? Workshop Question 2: Support Of Other Forums 6

7 2 nd IEEE Energy Tech, May 29-31, 2012, Cleveland Run by local Cleveland IEEE chapter (www.EnergyTech2012.org )www.EnergyTech2012.org 2012 Program: https://www.xcdsystem.com/energyTech2012/program.pdf https://www.xcdsystem.com/energyTech2012/program.pdf General chair: Wyatt Newman Sponsored by:  NASA  The Cleveland Foundation  IEEE Cleveland Section  IEEE Power and Energy Society Cleveland Chapter  NSF 120 papers (180 submitted) Attendance: 200 TAC approval of this conf to be part of 2014 IECEC/JPC Forum

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9 Conclusion of P&E Response to “Slide 28” 9 Input solicited per VP TAC direction from 12 TCs & 1 PC for all three involvement tiers (Plenary, Integration, Discipline). Summary of results: Conclusions: Universal Preference For Involvement with P&E Forum (Legacy JPC) S&T Forum (Legacy ASM) Also Of High Interest Much Lesser Interest Expressed For Aviation, Space & Defense Forums Unlikely That Proposed Aviation/Space Support Is “Acceptable”… If Not, We Do Not Yet Have A Closed Solution! O = “organizer” – primary responsibility for Tier planning; actively engaged in track, session, panel development and paper and speaker recruiting within Tier (note where yearly alternating schedule might be desired) S = “support” – review abstracts, provide other support as requested within Tier N/A = “not applicable” – Forum Tier does not touch committee area of interest Details

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11 Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC ABPSI TC Overview As of 16July 2012 Chair Michelle McMillan Phone: Vice Chair/Chair-Elect Bruce McKay Phone: Chair Michelle McMillan Phone: Vice Chair/Chair-Elect Bruce McKay Phone: TC Liaisons Applied Aero– Dr. Eric Loth Aircraft Design– Dyna Benchergui Fluid Dynamics– Jeff Flamm Ground Test– Michelle McMillan – Dave Wang Local Sections– Jeff Flamm (HRS) – Bob Nichols (TN) – Jonathan Litt (OH) External ASME/IGTI– Chris Hughes – Dave Wang TC Liaisons Applied Aero– Dr. Eric Loth Aircraft Design– Dyna Benchergui Fluid Dynamics– Jeff Flamm Ground Test– Michelle McMillan – Dave Wang Local Sections– Jeff Flamm (HRS) – Bob Nichols (TN) – Jonathan Litt (OH) External ASME/IGTI– Chris Hughes – Dave Wang TC Members 35 Total – 29 Regular – 1 Associate – 5 International Category – 23 Industry (66%) – 4 Academia (11%) – 8 Government (23%) International members – 1 Canada – 1 France – 2 Germany – 1 China 5 Rotated Off (Since May2011) – 5 Regular – 0 Associate – 0 International 10 Additional PAW working group members 7 Young Professionals TC Members 35 Total – 29 Regular – 1 Associate – 5 International Category – 23 Industry (66%) – 4 Academia (11%) – 8 Government (23%) International members – 1 Canada – 1 France – 2 Germany – 1 China 5 Rotated Off (Since May2011) – 5 Regular – 0 Associate – 0 International 10 Additional PAW working group members 7 Young Professionals Subcommittees Communications Neal Herring Honors & Awards Keith Blodgett Education Rod Daebelliehn Membership Keith Blodgett Integrated Aero Performance Thomas Berens Subsystem Performance and Optimization Bruce McKay Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops Charles Beard Requirements Verification, Cert. & Test Bob Nichols ASM Vance Dippold JPC Rod Daebeliehen Subcommittees Communications Neal Herring Honors & Awards Keith Blodgett Education Rod Daebelliehn Membership Keith Blodgett Integrated Aero Performance Thomas Berens Subsystem Performance and Optimization Bruce McKay Propellers/Pistons/Turboprops Charles Beard Requirements Verification, Cert. & Test Bob Nichols ASM Vance Dippold JPC Rod Daebeliehen

12 Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration TC T.C. Activities As of 16 July 2012 Recent Conference Performance Issues / Help Needed Overlap between TC scopes/calls TC Support of NEM structure ABP Award Funding (GC Oates – Not Awarded in 2012) Accomplishments AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop (PAW) –2nd Workshop (JPC 2014) Planning in Progress –Exploring Collaboration with GTTC for Nozzle Geometries as a Test Case for 2 nd Workshop –Seeking Input for Other Future Test Cases Special GARTEUR Paper Session at ASM 2014 Initiatives & Plans JPC10ASM11JPC11ASM12JPC12 Abstracts Received Transferred In/Out10 / 021 / 3 Rejected32125 Withdraw/No-Show1265 / 05 / ? Total Papers ABPSI Sessions33434 Co-Sessions1-HS2-APA9-HS/GTE Total Sessions Continued Progress on AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop (PAW) (Chen Chuck) 17 Teams Participating at 29 July 2012 Workshop, Atlanta Obtained Boeing Sponsored Scholarship for 6 Teams Maintained Workshop Website, Sponsored by Tecplot Planning Special Session for JPC 2013 Where Teams Will Present Their Work AIAA/IGTI Engine Design Competition (Ian Halliwell) Identified Finalists Finalists Will Present Results in JPC 2012 Session Winner to Be Selected and Awarded at JPC 2012 Updated Website (Anne-Laure DeLot) https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/ABPSITC/default.aspx https://info.aiaa.org/tac/PEG/ABPSITC/default.aspx Published YIR article (Dyna Benchergui) Added 8 New Members in May 2012 Selected ABP Award Winners 2012 ABP Award: Prof. Walter O'Brien Best Paper: AIAA , Baruzzini et al. Financial Status and Other Activities Current Funds: $10,591 –$10,000 for PAW Expenditures: $64 ABP Tri-folds AIAA Foundation ABP Grad Award Fund: $-20,370

13 P&E Response to “Slide 28” (page 1 of 2) TCs & 1 PC

14 P&E Response to “Slide 28” (page 2 of 2) TCs & 1 PC


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