Packaged engines teach real IC technology

November 2000
Professional Engineering;11/29/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p56
Trade Publication
Introduces a miniature axial-flow gas turbine with test stand from Armfield. Chance for universities and researchers to use packaged engines in the teaching of integrated circuit engine design and manufacture; Measurement of cylinder pressures and temperatures in real-time.


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