AFI KLM E&M’s engine test cell unit at Paris-CDG airport successfully carried out a series of GEnx-1B correlation tests. For almost a week, a stable performance engine, provided by KLM, was used in the test cell for the correlation tests. The correlation consists of the comparison of engine performance parameters measured on the same engine (i.e. correlation engine) tested in two individual test facilities, where one facility (the manufacturer’s facility) is the reference/baseline. The Paris-CDG test cell is now officially able to carry out the required engine test run after each maintenance shop visit carried out by the Amsterdam engine
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