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The Hot Particulate Ingestion Rig (HPIR) is a gas burner that can shoot sand into a hot gas flow and onto a target material to test how that material’s thermal barrier coating is impacted by the molten sand. It was developed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to experiment with new coating materials for gas turbine engines used in military aircraft.

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  • The Hot Particulate Ingestion Rig (HPIR) is a gas burner that can shoot sand into a hot gas flow and onto a target material to test how that material’s thermal barrier coating is impacted by the molten sand. It was developed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to experiment with new coating materials for gas turbine engines used in military aircraft.
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  • The Hot Particulate Ingestion Rig (HPIR) is a gas burner that can shoot sand into a hot gas flow and onto a target material to test how that material’s thermal barrier coating is impacted by the molten sand. It was developed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to experiment with new coating materials for gas turbine engines used in military aircraft.
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