diluter air


diluter air
The portion of combustion secondary air used to control the gas temperature just prior to its entry into the turbine nozzle area. Primary air is fed into the core engine and is used in combustion. Secondary air is primarily for cooling.
Diluter air flowing through a combustion chamber.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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