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Segmented inertial particle separators and methods of assembling turbine engines

Invented by: John Paul Petrowicz
Rowley, MA

Timothy Joseph Higgins
Topsfield, MA

Walter Jackson Tingle
Danvers, MA Applicant: Name City State Country Type Petrowicz

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

Application No:11611652
Examined by:Wongwian; Phutthiwat

A method for assembling a turbine engine including a compressor is disclosed. The method includes coupling an inlet including an inertial particle separator (IPS) and a first surface that is defined using a segment angle, to a gas turbine engine, and coupling the first surface substantially flush against a fuselage of an aircraft to reduce drag.

[pdf] U.S. Pat. No. 8,539,748

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