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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT

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COMPRESSOR SECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

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  • 1. General

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  • 2. Component Description

1

A.

Compressor Assembly

1

B.

Gas Generator Case

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GAS GENERATOR CASE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

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  • 1. General

201

  • 2. Consumable Materials

201

 
  • 3. Special Tools

201

  • 4. Fixtures, Equipment and Supplier Tools

201

 
  • 5. Inspection/Check

201

  • 6. Approved Repairs

202

A.

Diffuser Pipe Crack Repairs

202

B.

Replacement of Shanknuts in Case Centerbore

202

C.

Repair of Threaded Holes using ‘‘Keensert’’ Inserts

202

D.

Replacement of ‘‘Keensert’’ Inserts

205

E.

Cleaning and Touchup of Protective Coating

205

F.

Touch-up Protective Coating

205

G.

Fuel Manifold Bolt Removal

207

COMPRESSOR ROTOR - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

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  • 2. Consumable Materials

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  • 3. Special Tools

201

  • 4. Fixtures, Equipment and Supplier Tools

201

  • 5. Approved Repairs - (First-stage Compressor Rotor)

201

A.

General

201

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT

COMPRESSOR ROTOR - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES (Cont’d)

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  • B. Repair of Leading Edge

202

  • C. Repair of First-stage Blade Trailing Edge

203

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COMPRESSOR SECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

  • 1. General The compressor (gas generator) section is located between the accessory gearbox and the power turbine and exhaust sections of the engine. The section contains the compressor inlet, the compressor, the combustor and the compressor turbine components and the gas generator case (Ref. Fig. 1). The compressor inlet components comprise an air inlet screen, a bleed air case and a compressor inlet case. The compressor comprises three axial stages and one centrifugal stage and is supported by No.1 and No.2 bearings. The combustor components comprise a combustion chamber liner, a large exit duct and a small exit duct. The turbine components comprise a bladed disk, which is secured to the compressor stubshaft, and a vane ring and shroud assembly. The gas generator houses the compressor, combustor and compressor turbine components. The compressor inlet case, which supports the air inlet screen and the bleed air case is secured to the gas generator case at Flange F. The case also provides mountings for the front and center fireseals. On Post-SB5131 and PT6T-3B engines a compressor wash ring is installed on the front fireseal mounting ring adjacent to the air inlet screen.

  • 2. Component Description

    • A. Compressor Assembly (Ref. Fig. 2) The compressor basically comprises three axial rotor stages, three interstage spacers, three stator assemblies and a single-stage centrifugal impeller and housing. The complete assembly is housed within the gas generator case and is supported by No.1 bearing assembly in the compressor inlet case and No.2 bearing assembly in the gas generator case centerbore. When running at maximum continuous rating, the compressor supplies air to the engine combustion section at a compression ratio of 7:1. No.2 bearing, the compressor stubshaft, the centrifugal impeller and the impeller housing are positioned in that order, followed, sequentially by the third and second-stage rotor and stator assemblies and their associated interstage spacers, the first-stage stator assembly, and the first-stage rotor assembly of which the compressor hub is an integral part. The hub is supported by No.1 bearing. The rotor components are stacked and secured together by six tie rods. No. 2 roller bearing supports the compressor stubshaft and its attached turbine. The bearing inner race is located between labyrinth rotor air seals which butt against shoulders on the compressor stubshaft and the compressor turbine stubshaft. The compressor stubshaft is a hollow steel forging machined externally to accommodate No. 2 bearing and rotor air seal. The impeller housing is secured in the gas generator case by a retaining ring. Rotation of the housing in the gas generator case is prevented by a stainless steel locating pin in the case which mates with a slot in the housing. Each rotor stage consists of rotor blades which fit into dovetail grooves in the rims of rotor disks. First-stage rotor blades are made from titanium and second and third-stage blades from cadmium plated stainless steel. The airfoil cross-sections of first-stage blades differ from that of second and third-stage blades and blade length decreases

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COMBUSTION FLANGE F FLANGE E FLANGE G NO. 1 FRONT FIRESEAL TURBINE DISK COMPRESSOR TURBINE BLADES
COMBUSTION
FLANGE F
FLANGE E
FLANGE G
NO. 1
FRONT FIRESEAL
TURBINE DISK
COMPRESSOR
TURBINE BLADES
COMPRESSOR
CHAMBER LINER
COMBUSTION CHAMBER
EXIT DUCTS
FIRESEAL
COMPRESSOR TURBINE
VANE RING AND SHROUD
FLANGE C
ACCESSORY GEARBOX (REF.)
GAS GENERATOR CASE
AIR INLET SCREEN
COMPRESSOR
INLET CASE
COMPRESSOR
NO. 2 BEARING
BEARING
CENTER
 

C9326

Gas Generator Section - Major Components, Bearings, and Flanges Figure 1

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VANE AND SHROUD ASSEMBLY

IMPELLER LONG SPACER BLADE COMPRESSOR INLET CASE OIL PIPE SCAVENGE IMPELLER CENTRIFUGAL BLEED VALVE COMPRESSOR HOUSING
IMPELLER
LONG SPACER
BLADE
COMPRESSOR
INLET CASE
OIL PIPE
SCAVENGE
IMPELLER
CENTRIFUGAL
BLEED VALVE
COMPRESSOR
HOUSING
PIN
COMPRESSOR DISK
COMPRESSOR
NO.1 BEARING
NO.2 BEARING
SHORT SPACER
COMPRESSOR HUB
STUB SHAFT
TIE−ROD
PRESSURE
OIL NOZZLE
 

C3006A

Compressor Assembly - Component Location Figure 2

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progressively from first-stage to third. The limited clearance between the blade root and the disk groove produces the characteristic clicking sound heard during compressor rundown. The interstage spacers installed between the rotor disks limit blade axial movement during operation.

Each set of compressor stator assembly vanes is held in position by a circular ring through which vane ends protrude and to which they are brazed. The first-stage compressor stator assembly provides a shroud for the first and second-stage rotor blades, and the third-stage vane and shroud assembly provides a shroud for the third-stage blades. First and third-stage assemblies are bolted together, and the third-stage vane and shroud assembly is secured to the impeller housing. The second-stage compressor stator assembly is housed between first and third-stage assemblies and located by a single staked pin. Interstage pressure air (P2.5) is vented to the compressor bleed valve chamber in the gas generator case through slots in the third-stage vane and shroud assembly.

The compressor hub is a hollow steel forging, machined externally to accommodate No.1 ball-type bearing, a labyrinth rotor air seal and a spacer. The bearing outer race is held in position against a shoulder in the bearing support inner housing, and secured by a ring nut and rivet. The bearing labyrinth rotor air seal, a spacer, and bearing split inner race are secured in that order against a shoulder on the compressor hub assembly by a cup washer and spanner nut. A groove on the outer circumference of the split inner race facilitates removal by means of a puller. A short, hollow, steel coupling, externally splined at its protruding end, is secured within the hub by a transverse pin through hub and coupling.

The rows of vanes in each stator stage diffuse compressor air, raise its static pressure and direct it to the next rotor stage. The air finally leaves the compressor at the centrifugal impeller and is directed into the diffuser tubes in the gas generator case.

  • B. Gas Generator Case (Ref. Fig. 3) The case consists of two stainless steel sections fabricated into a single structure and houses the turbine, compressor and combustion sections of the engine. The case extends between Flange C, where it is secured to the exhaust duct, and Flange F, where it is secured to the inlet case. The diffuser pipes and straightening vanes are brazed to the case center section. The outer section of the case contains various bosses and apertures for fourteen nozzles, two spark igniters, two drain valves and a P3 air bleed port. The compressor bleed valve is secured by four bolts to a port at the 5 o’clock position on the case. The case centerbore houses the No.2 bearing components which are lubricated and scavenged by oil tubes within the case. The No.2 bearing components comprise two labyrinth air seals and the bearing itself, the outer race of which is bolted to the centerbore. The single labyrinth air seal is bolted to the centerbore and the double labyrinth air seal is secured by a retaining ring. P3 air for the fuel control pneumatic system is bled from an outlet at the 7 o’clock position on the case. A second boss at the 7 o’clock position opens directly into the pressurized area of the case and provides P3 air to pressurize internal carbon seals in the reduction gearbox. Pressurized air for compressor bleed valve operation is taken through an internal pressure tube from the space behind the diffuser pipes. P3 air for aircraft use is made available by the air bleed port at the 11 o’clock position on the case.

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PRESSURE OIL TUBE PRESSURE OIL TUBE P3 BLEED PORT FLANGE C STRAIGHTENING VANE SCAVENGE OIL TUBE
PRESSURE OIL TUBE
PRESSURE OIL TUBE
P3 BLEED PORT
FLANGE C
STRAIGHTENING VANE
SCAVENGE OIL TUBE
SCAVENGE OIL TUBE
DIFFUSER PIPE
FLANGE F
 

C3007C

Gas Generator Case - Component Location Figure 3

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Pressure oil for No.2 bearing lubrication is taken from an inlet port at the 7 o’clock position through an internal pressure tube to a passage in the case centerbore and then to a duplex nozzle assembly at the 10 o’clock position. Scavenge oil is taken through an internal tube at the 6 o’clock position to an outlet at the 5 o’clock position.

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GAS GENERATOR CASE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

  • 1. General

    • A. Personnel involved in maintenance practices should refer to Chapter 70-00-00, STANDARD PRACTICES to familiarize themselves with general procedures.

    • B. For additional information regarding Special Tools and Fixtures, Equipment, and Consumable Materials referred to in this section, refer to section TOOLS/FIX/EQUIP or CONSUMABLE MATERIALS respectively.

  • 2. Consumable Materials The consumable materials listed below are used in the following procedures.

  • Item No.

    Name

    PWC05-207

    Abrasive Cloth

    PWC07-012

    DELETED

    PWC07-023

    Coating

    PWC07-024

    Catalyst

    PWC07-034

    Touch-up Coating

    PWC11-022

    Methyl-ethyl-ketone

    (Ref. SB5001)

    Engine Oil

    • 3. Special Tools

    The special tools listed below are used in the following procedures.

    Tool No.

    Name

    PWC30271-100

    Flaring Tool

    PWC31771-100

    Flaring Tool

    PWC50064-100

    Drill Jig Kit

    • 4. Fixtures, Equipment and Supplier Tools The fixtures, equipment and supplier tools listed below are used in the following procedures.

    Name

    Remarks

    Keensert Insert KN1032 (NAS1394C-3)

    Locking Tool

    TD1032L

    • 5. Inspection/Check Inspection procedures and damage limits applicable to the gas generator case are covered in engine hot-section inspection procedures as detailed in 72-00-00, INSPECTION/CHECK, Hot Section Inspection.

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    • 6. Approved Repairs

      • A. Diffuser Pipe Crack Repairs (Ref. Fig. 201) NOTE: Cracks in outer wall of pipes may be reached by drilling access holes in inner walls using 1/4 (0.250) in. drill (Ref. Detail D). These access holes are acceptable without repair.

    (1)

    Stop-drill cracks using 1/16 (0.0625) in. drill (Ref. Details A, B and E).

    (2)

    Blend out areas where material has become detached (Ref. Details A and B).

    (3)

    Blend out cracks on edge of fishtail which may join and cause sections to become detached (Ref. Detail C).

    • B. Replacement of Shanknuts in Case Centerbore (Ref. Fig. 202)

    CAUTION: ON COMPLETION OF REPAIR, INSPECT ALL AREAS THOROUGHLY FOR METAL CHIPS. CLEAN AS NECESSARY.

    (1)

    Drill through flared end of shanknut to partially weaken flare. Do not drill through to flange.

    (2)

    Remove shanknut using parallel pin punch at weakened end.

    (3)

    Lightly lubricate tapered portion of flaring tool (PWC30271-100) or (PWC31771-100) with oil.

    (4)

    Position shanknut on flange and flare nut end using tool as shown.

    • C. Repair of Threaded Holes using ‘‘Keensert’’ Inserts NOTE: This repair applies to damaged fuel nozzle pad threaded holes and bleed valve attaching bolt holes.

    PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA MAINTENANCE MANUAL MANUAL PART NO. 3017042 6. Approved Repairs A. Diffuser Pipe

    (1)

    Mask gas generator case to prevent ingress of swarf.

    (2)

    Drill out damaged hole using letter I (0.271 inch) or (6.9 mm) drill.

    (3)

    Countersink hole 90 degrees to 0.323 to 0.333 inch diameter.

    (4)

    Tap hole using 5/16 - 18 tap, class 2B.

    (5)

    Screw in ‘‘Keensert’’ insert, Part No. KN1032 (NAS1394C-3) using fingers, to depth of 0.010 to 0.015 inch below surface of parent component.

    (6) Using ‘‘Kee’’ driving tool, (TD1032L) and hammer, drive down keys with several light taps.

    (7)

    Remove all masking and masking adhesive.

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    MAINTENANCE MANUAL MANUAL PART NO. 3017042 STOP−DRILL AND SMOOTH OUT HOLE STOP−DRILL AND SMOOTH OUT CAVITY
    MAINTENANCE MANUAL
    MANUAL PART NO. 3017042
    STOP−DRILL AND SMOOTH OUT HOLE
    STOP−DRILL AND SMOOTH OUT CAVITY
    A
    B
    BLEND OUT CRACKED AREA
    STOP−DRILL THROUGH WINDOW
    ON INNER WALL
    0.800
    MAX
    0.400
    0.250
    MAX
    MAX
    CRACK
    C
    D
    FRETTED
    AREA
    E
    PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA MAINTENANCE MANUAL MANUAL PART NO. 3017042 STOP−DRILL AND SMOOTH OUT HOLE STOP−DRILL

    C62900

    Diffuser Pipe Crack Repairs Figure 201

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    1 NUT BEFORE FLARING NUT AFTER FLARING 2 2 2 2 3
    1
    NUT BEFORE FLARING
    NUT AFTER FLARING
    2
    2
    2
    2
    3

    C6097

    Gas Generator Case - Replacement of Shanknuts Figure 202

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    Key to Figure 202

    • 1. Gas Generator Case

    • 2. Shanknuts

    • 3. Flaring Tool

    Interfast Inc. 21 Constellation Court Rexdale, Ontario Canada M9W 1K4

    NOTE: Driving Tool is available from:

    Tridair Industries Fastener Division 3000 W. Lomita Blvd Torrance, CA 90505 USA

    • D. Replacement of ‘‘Keensert’’ Inserts (Ref. Fig. 203)

    (1)

    Drill out insert material between keys and internal thread to a maximum depth of 5/32 (0.156) inch, using a 7/32 (0.219) inch drill (Ref. Detail A).

    (2)

    Using small pin punch, bend keys inward and break them off (Ref. Detail B).

    (3)

    Remove insert with a standard ’’E-Z Out‘‘ type tool (Ref. Detail C).

    (4)

    Screw in new ’’Keensert‘‘ insert, Part No. KN1032 (NAS1394C-3), using fingers, to a depth of 0.010 to 0.015 inch below surface of parent component (Ref. Detail D).

    (5)

    Using ’’Kee‘‘ driving-tool (TD1032L) and hammer, drive down keys with several light taps (Ref. Detail E).

    NOTE: Refer to Subparagraph C. for ’’Keensert‘‘ Insert and ’’Kee‘‘ Driving Tool suppliers.

    • E. Cleaning and Touchup of Protective Coating (1) Wash salt and smog deposits from gas generator case with clean water. Dry with clean, dry compressed air.

    • F. Touch-up Protective Coating

    WARNING: METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE IS HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE, OBSERVE PROPER PRECAUTIONS IN HANDLING. AVOID PROLONGED INHALATION OF FUMES FROM THIS SOLVENT.

    (1)

    Clean grease and oil from touch-up areas with methyl-ethyl-ketone.

    (2)

    Mask all exposed holes in fuel or igniter pad.

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    KEE DRIVING TOOL DETAIL D 0.015 0.010 INCH KEENSERT DETAIL A DETAIL B DETAIL C _7
    KEE DRIVING TOOL
    DETAIL D
    0.015
    0.010 INCH
    KEENSERT
    DETAIL A
    DETAIL B
    DETAIL C
    _7
    32 INCH DRILL
    LOCKING KEYS

    DETAIL E

    C11787A

    Replacement of ‘‘Keensert’ Inserts Figure 203

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    (3)

    Sand area(s) to bare metal with 180 grit alumimum-oxide abrasive cloth. Clean with dry, oil free shop air and wipe with a clean, dry cloth. Do not apply solvent to sanded surface and do not touch area with bare hands.

    (4)

    Option 1: Apply SermeTel 249 (PWC07-023) and air dry 15-30 minutes or until dry to touch. Spray, brush or swab the coated surface with SermeTel 273 (PWC07-024) catalyst. Allow to stand one hour. Wash with water and dry with shop air.

    (5)

    Option 2: Apply SermeTel 196 (PWC07-034) touch-up coating in two applications with either spray or brush. Air dry 30-60 minutes between coats. Air dry second coat 6-8 hours.

    • G. Fuel Manifold Bolt Removal

    (1) Remove fuel manifold adapter assembly as necessary to expose broken bolt (Ref.

    73-10-05).

    CAUTION: MASK ENGINE AS NECESSARY TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INGESTION OF METAL PARTICLES.

    (2)

    Install drill jig (PWC50064-100), secured with jig screw, on fuel nozzle pad.

    NOTE: Drill Jig Kit is available from:

    Lisle Corp. 805 Main St. Clarinda, IA 51632 USA

    (3)

    Drill pilot hole with center drill using jig guide.

    (4)

    Install bushing in jig, and secure with lockscrew.

    (5)

    Drill bolt for appropriate extractor.

    (6)

    Remove bolt. Examine threads for damage, and repair if necessary.

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    COMPRESSOR ROTOR - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

    • 1. General

    A.

    Maintenance personnel should make reference to the INTRODUCTION section and Chapter 70-00-00 STANDARD PRACTICES of this manual to familiarize themselves with general procedures.

    B.

    Maintenance of the compressor rotor is restricted to repair of the first-stage rotor.

    C.

    Install suitable protective caps/covers over all disconnected tubes/lines and component openings.

     
    • 2. Consumable Materials

    Not Applicable

    • 3. Special Tools

    Not Applicable

    • 4. Fixtures, Equipment and Supplier Tools

     

    Not Applicable

    • 5. Approved Repairs - (First-stage Compressor Rotor)

    CAUTION: BLENDING OF THE FIRST-STAGE COMPRESSOR ROTOR BLADES PRIMARILY AFFECTS ENGINE PERFORMANCE. AFTER BLENDING VERIFY ENGINE PERFORMANCE ON THE GROUND AND IN FLIGHT. ACCELERATION CHECK IS ALSO RECOMMENDED.

    A.

    General

     

    (1)

    Blend repair limits are provided to possibly prevent unnecessary engine removal due to FOD. Should the damage be extensive, an evaluation should be made to proceed with the repair or remove the engine and send to a facility capable of performing the repair.

    (2)

    Any blend repair performed should be documented (Ref. 72-00-00, Inspection)

    (3)

    Blend repair limits provide the maximum permissible amount of material that can be removed from any one blade.

    (4)

    Blending to maximum permissible depth may result in compressor unbalance. If the amount of material removed exceeds 50% of the recommended limit, the diametrally opposite blade should be blended to the same dimension.

    (5)

    Unless otherwise noted an unlimited number of blades can be blended to the specified limits, provided the engine performance remains satisfactory. However the affected components may have to be replaced at the next overhaul.

    (6)

    Maintain leading edge profile and fillet radius as close as possible to original .

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    • B. Repair of Leading Edge (Ref. Fig. 201)

    PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA MAINTENANCE MANUAL MANUAL PART NO. 3017042 B. Repair of Leading Edge (Ref.

    CAUTION:

    KEEP THE COMPRESSOR INLET AREA CLEAR OF ALL FOREIGN MATERIAL AND OBJECTS WHICH COULD BE INGESTED BY THE ENGINE AND CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE DURING OPERATION.

    CAUTION: THE USE OF ROTARY TOOLS IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO P&WC SERVICE CENTER APPROVED PERSONNEL.

    (1) Repair the first-stage blade leading edge within the following limits using fine hand files and stones.

    WARNING: AN ACCUMULATION OF TITANIUM DUST IS A FIRE HAZARD. CLEAN UP TITANIUM DUST ON COMPLETION OF REPAIR AND DO NOT ALLOW DUST TO ACCUMULATE ON CLOTHING.

    (2)

    Suitably mask the entire first-stage compressor area to prevent contamination of the compressor with filing residue.

    (3)

    In case of multiple leading edge defects situated closer than 0.200 in., the entire leading edge of an unlimited number of blades may be cut back 0.025 in. maximum (Detail A). If blade has been previously cut back, reduce repair limit by previous cut back. Maintain the leading edge profile and fillet radius as close as possible to the original.

    NOTE: If cutting back the leading edge by 0.025 in. does not eliminate or make defects acceptable, the blade cutbacks may be extended to 0.050 in. maximum, providing engine performance is within limits. This is acceptable to permit the engine to remain in service; however, the affected components may have to be replaced at the next overhaul.

    (4)

    Nicks and tears may be smoothed to 0.300 inch wide maximum by 0.165 inch deep maximum, provided repaired area is 0.220 in. minimum from blade tip (Detail C).

    NOTE: 1. If repairing within the above limits does not eliminate the defects or make them acceptable, individual defects may be smoothed to 0.500 inch wide maximum and 0.250 inch deep maximum, provided repair area is 0.350 inch minimum from blade tip, and engine performance is within limits. However, the affected components may have to be replaced at next overhaul.

    NOTE: 2. If any blade is smoothed to the maximum limit, the blade 180 degrees opposite must be smoothed to the same shape to prevent compressor rotor imbalance.

    (5)

    Bent or torn leading edge tips may be repaired to 0.375 inch wide maximum by 0.280 inch deep maximum (Detail D).

    NOTE: If any blade is smoothed to the maximum limits, the blade 180 degrees opposite must be smoothed to the same shape to prevent compressor rotor imbalance.

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    (6) Smooth sharp edge at the blade leading edge root eroded area to restore as near as possible the original radius and smoothness (Detail E). After repair, make sure the original airfoil chord at the repair area was not reduced by more than 0.250 inch.

    CAUTION: KEEP COMPRESSOR AIR INLET AREA CLEAR OF ALL FOREIGN MATERIAL AND OBJECTS WHICH COULD BE INGESTED BY THE ENGINE AND CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE DURING ENGINE OPERATION.

    (7) Clean entire compressor inlet area thoroughly with a suitable suction cleaner. Remove masking material and repeat cleaning.

    • C. Repair of First-stage Blade Trailing Edge

    (1)

    Dents and nicks up to 0.050 in. deep and wide, not less than 0.200 in. apart and not within 0.250 in. of blade tip, are acceptable (maximum 4 per blade), providing there are no tears or cracks.

    (2)

    Sharp corners must be smoothed to an approximate radius of 0.050 in. and a maximum of 0.050 in. deep and wide. Tip corner radius must not exceed 0.100 in.

    CAUTION: KEEP COMPRESSOR INLET AREA CLEAR OF ALL FOREIGN OBJECTS WHICHCOULD BE INGESTED BY ENGINE AND CAUSE DAMAGE DURING ENGINE OPERATION.

    (3) Using suitable suction cleaner, thoroughly clean entire compressor inlet area. Remove all masking material and repeat cleaning. Make sure all filing residue is removed from inlet area and first-stage compressor blades.

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    0.165 DEEP MAX 0.050 MAX CUT BACK AREA 0.220 MIN 0.300 MAX MAINTAIN LEADING EDGE RADIUS
    0.165 DEEP
    MAX
    0.050 MAX
    CUT BACK AREA
    0.220
    MIN
    0.300
    MAX
    MAINTAIN LEADING EDGE RADIUS
    AVOID SHARP EDGES OR FLAT AREAS
    ENLARGED VIEW
    B
    DETAIL
    C
    B
    0.280 DEEP
    MAX
    0.050
    MAX
    0.375
    MAX
    DETAIL
    A
    DETAIL
    D
    NOTE:
    THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MATERIAL REMOVAL IS SHOWN.
    ONLY REMOVE THE MINIMUM MATERIAL NECESSARY TO
    BLEND OUT DAMAGE.

    C22550F

    Compressor First-stage Repair Limits Figure 201 (Sheet 1 of 2)

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    THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MATERIAL REMOVAL IS SHOWN. ONLY REMOVE THE MINIMUM MATERIAL NECESSARY TO BLEND OUT
    THE MAXIMUM PERMITTED MATERIAL REMOVAL IS SHOWN.
    ONLY REMOVE THE MINIMUM MATERIAL NECESSARY TO
    BLEND OUT DAMAGE.
    MAINTAIN LEADING EDGE RADIUS,
    AVOID SHARP EDGES OR FLAT AREAS
    ORIGINAL CHORD LENGTH
    ENLARGED SECTION
    BLENDING
    0.250 MAX.
    F−F
    NOTE:
    F
    F

    DETAIL E

    Compressor First-stage Repair Limits Figure 201 (Sheet 2)

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