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The Propulsion Systems Analysis Branch is part of the Propulsion Division at the NASA Glenn Research Center located in Cleveland, Ohio. Our group consists of engineers and scientists who conduct analyses of a wide variety of propulsion systems for many types of aircraft and spacecraft. We predict the thermodynamic cycle performance of airbreathing and rocket engines, perform aeromechanical engine design, aircraft trajectory calculations, economic assessments, and noise and emission analyses in support of many NASA programs.

Propulsion Systems
Analysis Branch
(Code LTA)
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Chief: Mary S. Reveley
Chief Engineer: Jonathan Seidel









Aerothermodynamics &
Electrical Analysis Team
Lead: Christopher Snyder
Geoffrey Andrews
Justin Gray
Scott Jones
Christopher Heath
Thomas Lavelle
Hugh Perkins
 
Propulsion Systems &
Safety Analysis Team
Lead: William Haller
Jeffrey Berton
Jonathan Burt
Kenneth Fisher
Eric Hendricks
Michael Tong
Colleen Withrow
 
Cost &
Methods Analysis Team
Lead: Vacant
Jeffrey Chin
James Felder
Tristan Hearn
Thomas Lavelle
Ajit Sil
Sydney Schnulo
 


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