Cooling: A Black Art

Source: 2005 Q3 Beartracks
Cooling an airplane engine is one of those controversial subjects for which there are few pat answers. What works for one, may not work for the next, seemingly identical, airplane. There are some base line parameters that have to be met and then things are changed from there.

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