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Inventor:
Koenig; Michael H.
Address:
Oviedo, FL
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7805946 Combustor flow sleeve attachment system October 5, 2010
Embodiments of the invention relate to a combustor flow sleeve for a turbine engine. According to aspects of the invention, the flow sleeve can be attached to one of the components in the combustor head-end by a plurality of fasteners. In one embodiment, the flow sleeve can be attach
7461719 Resonator performance by local reduction of component thickness December 9, 2008
Aspects of the invention are directed to a system for improving the damping performance of an acoustic resonator. According to aspects of the invention, a resonator, such as a Helmholtz resonator, can be attached to a surface of a combustor component in a turbine engine. The combustor










 
 
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