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Acoustic damping device for use in gas turbine engine

Invented by: Shanwu Wang
Cincinnati, OH

Fei Han
Niskayuna, NY

Mark Anthony Mueller
Cincinnati, OH Applicant: Name City State Country Type Wang

Originally Assigned to: General Electric Company
Schenectady, NY
[Now assigned to . . .]

Issued:2013-06-25
Filed:2011-08-10
Application No:13207074
Examined by:Phillips; Forrest M

An acoustic dampener comprises a first wall, orifice plate, and second wall. The first wall separates a first fluid source from a second fluid source. The first wall has a hole for allowing fluid communication between the first fluid source and a first cavity of the acoustic dampener. The office plate separates the first cavity of the acoustic dampener from a second cavity of the acoustic dampener. The second wall has a hole for allowing fluid communication between the first cavity of the acoustic dampener in the second cavity of the acoustic dampener. The second wall separates the second cavity of the acoustic dampener from the second fluid source. The second wall has a hole for allowing fluid communication between the second cavity of the acoustic dampener and the second fluid source. In one embodiment, the acoustic dampener is formed in a combustion chamber liner of a gas turbine engine.

[pdf] U.S. Pat. No. 8,469,141

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