The Glenn Research Center mission is to work as a diverse team in partnership with government, industry, and academia to increase national wealth, safety, and security, protect the environment, and explore the universe. Glenn develops and transfers critical technologies that address national priorities through research, technology development, and systems development for safe and reliable aeronautics, aerospace, and space applications.
Glenn leads NASA research and development in the area Aeropropulsion, powering flight through the atmosphere and beyond. The Center's aeropropulsion program plays a significant role in the Agency's goals to promote economic growth and national security through safe, superior, and environmentally compatible U.S. civil and military aircraft propulsion systems. The Agency's major efforts are in subsonic, supersonic, hypersonic, general aviation, and high-performance aircraft propulsion systems as well as in materials, structures, internal fluid mechanics, instrumentation and controls, interdisciplinary technologies, and aircraft icing research.
NASA Glenn specializes in Turbomachinery. The Center is committed to developing new and innovative technology and leveraging its computational, analytical, and experimental expertise in turbomachinery to future aerospace programs. The results will be improvements in reliability, performance, and efficiency; increases in affordability, capacity, safety, and environmental capability; and reductions in design cycle time and development costs.
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2100 Brookpark Drive
Cleveland, OH 44153-3127
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