National Research Council of Canada (NRC)

Organisation profile

The Gas Turbine Laboratory is one of five laboratories at the NRC Institute for Aerospace Research (NRC Aerospace), located in Ottawa, Canada.

The Laboratory has unique facilities and expertise to assist industry in developing and evaluating the performance of gas turbine engines and components in compliance with increasingly stringent environmental, safety, and operational requirements.

The Laboratory specializes in research on propulsion systems, with emphasis on overall and component performance testing of airborne gas turbines. These tests include adverse weather, bird ingestion and endurance trials, as well as complex development work.

Role in the project

In WP44, NRC will improve their probe to better define its sensitivity to ice and water at various concentrations and provide a probe for the flight campaign.

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