Parker Aerospace is taking its industry-leading fluid atomization technology, including best-in-class fuel nozzles, to the next level through additive manufacturing (AM). Traditional techniques for making fuel nozzles use subtractive machining techniques, which lead to significant materials waste, increased lead time, and increased development costs. Substantial improvements to the aerodynamics of fuel nozzle injectors were not possible because of the limitations and constraints of the subtractive machining techniques. The internal flow passages, which are critical to the performance of the fuel spray, could not be optimized as a result of these constraints.
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