The ISA107.1 subcommittee focuses on tip timing for use in gas turbine engines.
The purpose is to develop a standard for gas turbine instrumentation used to measure blade tip deflections during engine operation.
The scope is to standardize the application of tip timing instrumentation including the acquisition and data processing of tip timing data.
The object of the specification is to provide common tools and agreed-upon methods for testing different systems to the same standard.
The subcommittee has completed its first standard, ANSI/ISA-107.1-2013, Industry Standard File Format for Revolution-Based, Tip Timing Data, under the direction of Chairman Bryan Hayes.
For more information on ISA107.1, please contact Charley Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org.