Seminar Series
Fall 1997


Date

October 24, 1997

Time

11:00 am

Location

Room 102D, Cullen College of Engineering

Topic

F-22 ECS Design Optimization for Reliability and Integrity - A Case Study

Speaker

James G. Sprouse

Mr. Sprouse has been employed in the aerospace industry for over 12 years. He is currently a Project Engineer on the F-22 ECS/TMS overseeing component qualification activities. He was recently recognized as Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems Engineer of the Month and F-22 Employee of the Month. Mr. Sprouse was employed by General Dynamics from 1986-1992, supporting the F-16 and A-12 programs as a Lead Reliability Engineer, and by Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in 1984-1985. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Vanderbilt University.

Abstract

This presentation addresses the design optimization process used to develop a highly complex Environmental Control System to meet stringent performance and reliability requirements for the F-22 Advanced Tactical Engineer.

Note

All Are Welcome.  Refreshments will be served.

This Seminar was made possible through the SAE Industrial Lectureship Program.