Gas Turbine Theory

Gas Turbine Theory, 5th edition HIH Saravanamuttoo, GFC Rogers, H Cohen When the First Edition of this book was written fifty years ago, the gas turbine was just becoming established as a powerplant for military aircraft.

Gas Turbine Theory

Author: H. I. H. Saravanamuttoo

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9780130158475

Page: 491

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Gas Turbine Theory, 5th edition HIH Saravanamuttoo, GFC Rogers, H Cohen When the First Edition of this book was written fifty years ago, the gas turbine was just becoming established as a powerplant for military aircraft. It took another decade before the gas turbine was introduced to civil aircraft, and this market developed so rapidly that the ocean liner was rendered obsolete. Other markets like naval propulsion, pipeline compression and electrical power applications grew steadily. In recent years the gas turbine, in combination with the steam turbine, has played an ever-increasing role in power generation. Despite the rapid advances in both output and efficiency, the basic theory of the gas turbine has remained unchanged. The layout of this new edition is broadly similar to the original, but greatly expanded and updated, comprising an outline of the basic theory, aerodynamic design of individual components, and the prediction of off-design performance. Descriptions of engine developments and current markets make this book useful to both students and practising engineers. FEATURES: - completely updated to cover current industry requirements and applications - coverage of both aircraft and industrial gas turbines - includes detailed treatment of off-design performance - incorporates in-depth examples throughout - based on the authors' extensive teaching and professional experience Gas Turbine Theory is the classic course text on gas turbines, suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students of mechanical and aeronautical engineering. This new edition will also continue to be a valuable reference for practising gas turbine engineers. THE AUTHORS H.I.H. Saravanamuttoo, Professor Emeritus, Dept of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, has many years experience in the gas turbine industry on both sides of the Atlantic, and is a Past President of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. G.F.C. Rogers was, until retirement, Professor of Engineering Thermodynamics at the University of Bristol. He is author, with Y.R. Mayhew, of Engineering Thermodynamics Work and Heat Transfer, 4th edition. The late H. Cohen, was formerly University Lecturer and Director of Studies in Engineering at Queen's College, Cambridge.

Gas Turbine Theory

From the early days of the gas turbine as a prime mover to the current interest in combined heat and power generation, and the need to reduce emissions, this volume is suitable as a course book for undergraduates and graduates.

Gas Turbine Theory

Author: Henry Cohen

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Page: 442

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From the early days of the gas turbine as a prime mover to the current interest in combined heat and power generation, and the need to reduce emissions, this volume is suitable as a course book for undergraduates and graduates.

Gas Turbine Theory

The addition of a chapter devoted to the mechanical design of gas turbines greatly enhances the scope of the book. Descriptions of engine developments and current markets make this book useful to both students and practising engineers.

Gas Turbine Theory

Author: H. Cohen

Publisher: Pearson Higher Ed

ISBN: 1292093137

Page: 624

View: 167

When the First Edition of this book was written in 1951, the gas turbine was just becoming established as a powerplant for military aircraft. It took another decade before the gas turbine was introduced to civil aircraft, and this market developed so rapidly that the passenger liner was rendered obsolete. Other markets like naval propulsion, pipeline compression and electrical power applications grew steadily. In recent years the gas turbine, in combination with the steam turbine, has played an ever-increasing role in power generation. Despite the rapid advances in both output and efficiency, the basic theory of the gas turbine has remained unchanged. The layout of this new edition is broadly similar to the original, but greatly expanded and updated, comprising an outline of the basic theory, aerodynamic design of individual components, and the prediction of off-design performance. The addition of a chapter devoted to the mechanical design of gas turbines greatly enhances the scope of the book. Descriptions of engine developments and current markets make this book useful to both students and practising engineers.

Introduction to Gas Turbine Theory

This book was developed directly from a series of Solar Turbines Incorporated internal short courses that were presented to an audience with a wide range of technical backgrounds, not necessarily related to turbomachinery.

Introduction to Gas Turbine Theory

Author: Klaus Brun

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780578483863

Page:

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This book was developed directly from a series of Solar Turbines Incorporated internal short courses that were presented to an audience with a wide range of technical backgrounds, not necessarily related to turbomachinery. Thus, functional principles and physical understanding are emphasized, rather than the derivation of complicated mathematical equations. While the focus of this book is gas turbine theory, it is not intended to provide an in-depth knowledge of gas turbine aerodynamics or thermodynamics, nor is it intended to make the reader an expert in the field of turbomachinery. Readers will benefit from the many topics and theories that pertain to the subject matter.The text emphasizes simplified explanations of complex physical theories. Hopefully, readers will utilize this book to develop an appreciation of the many engineering disciplines that are involved in the design and analysis of gas turbines. Readers are also encouraged to further investigate a wide range of topics by studying more specific, subject-matter literature.

Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines

5. References 1. H.I.H. Saravanamuttoo, G.F.C. Rogers, and H. Cohen, Gas
Turbine Theory, 5th edn., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2001. 2. Ruston,
A Range of Industrial Gas Turbines below 10,000 B.H.P, Publication 028,
England, ...

Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines

Author: Ahmed F. El-Sayed

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1466595183

Page: 1448

View: 568

Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines, Second Edition builds upon the success of the book’s first edition, with the addition of three major topic areas: Piston Engines with integrated propeller coverage; Pump Technologies; and Rocket Propulsion. The rocket propulsion section extends the text’s coverage so that both Aerospace and Aeronautical topics can be studied and compared. Numerous updates have been made to reflect the latest advances in turbine engines, fuels, and combustion. The text is now divided into three parts, the first two devoted to air breathing engines, and the third covering non-air breathing or rocket engines.

Industrial Gas Turbines

Urban, L.A., Gas path analysis applied to turbine engine conditioning monitoring,
AIAA/SAE paper 72-1082 (1972). 3. Gas Turbine Theory, 5th Edition.
Saravanamuttoo, H.I.H., Rogers C.F.G. and Cohen, H., Longman (2001). 4.
Saravanamutoo ...

Industrial Gas Turbines

Author: A M Y Razak

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 184569340X

Page: 624

View: 219

Industrial Gas Turbines: Performance and Operability explains important aspects of gas turbine performance such as performance deterioration, service life and engine emissions. Traditionally, gas turbine performance has been taught from a design perspective with insufficient attention paid to the operational issues of a specific site. Operators are not always sufficiently familiar with engine performance issues to resolve operational problems and optimise performance. Industrial Gas Turbines: Performance and Operability discusses the key factors determining the performance of compressors, turbines, combustion and engine controls. An accompanying engine simulator CD illustrates gas turbine performance from the perspective of the operator, building on the concepts discussed in the text. The simulator is effectively a virtual engine and can be subjected to operating conditions that would be dangerous and damaging to an engine in real-life conditions. It also deals with issues of engine deterioration, emissions and turbine life. The combined use of text and simulators is designed to allow the reader to better understand and optimise gas turbine operation. Discusses the key factors in determining the perfomance of compressors, turbines, combustion and engine controls Explains important aspects of gas and turbine perfomance such as service life and engine emissions Accompanied by CD illustrating gas turbine performance, building on the concepts discussed in the text

Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook

Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook discusses the design, fabrication,
installation, operation, and maintenance of gas turbines. The second edition is
not only an updating of the technology in gas turbines, which has seen a great
leap forward ...

Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook

Author: Meherwan P. Boyce

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080456898

Page: 962

View: 388

The Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook has been the standard for engineers involved in the design, selection, and operation of gas turbines. This revision includes new case histories, the latest techniques, and new designs to comply with recently passed legislation. By keeping the book up to date with new, emerging topics, Boyce ensures that this book will remain the standard and most widely used book in this field. The new Third Edition of the Gas Turbine Engineering Hand Book updates the book to cover the new generation of Advanced gas Turbines. It examines the benefit and some of the major problems that have been encountered by these new turbines. The book keeps abreast of the environmental changes and the industries answer to these new regulations. A new chapter on case histories has been added to enable the engineer in the field to keep abreast of problems that are being encountered and the solutions that have resulted in solving them. Comprehensive treatment of Gas Turbines from Design to Operation and Maintenance. In depth treatment of Compressors with emphasis on surge, rotating stall, and choke; Combustors with emphasis on Dry Low NOx Combustors; and Turbines with emphasis on Metallurgy and new cooling schemes. An excellent introductory book for the student and field engineers A special maintenance section dealing with the advanced gas turbines, and special diagnostic charts have been provided that will enable the reader to troubleshoot problems he encounters in the field The third edition consists of many Case Histories of Gas Turbine problems. This should enable the field engineer to avoid some of these same generic problems

Gas Turbine Handbook

hrough the design experience developed for steam turbines and available to gas
turbines, it is not surprising that gas generator ... As Norman Davy stated in 1914,
“The theory of the gas turbine was as fully grasped by Barber at the end of the ...

Gas Turbine Handbook

Author: Tony Giampaolo

Publisher: The Fairmont Press, Inc.

ISBN: 0881736147

Page: 447

View: 417

The Industrial Gas Turbine

THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GAS TURBINES An Introduction to the Gas
Turbine , D . G . Shepherd . Constable . 1949 . A useful book dealing with many
aspects of gas turbine theory and practice . It contains a voluminous bibliography
.

The Industrial Gas Turbine

Author: Edwin Cecil Roberson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 162

View: 841

Gas Turbine International

Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook First Edition NOW AVAILABLE $ 35 . 00 U .
S ... the world ' s first comprehensive and up - to - date compilation of the latest
engineering information available on gas turbine theory , design , and application
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Gas Turbine International

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Gas Turbines

dWilliam Shakespeare Chapter Outline Performance 534 Performance Theory
Summary 535 Performance Testing New Gas Turbine Engines: Parameters and
Calculations 546 Analysis/Calculations on the Effects of Water as a Vapor, Liquid
, ...

Gas Turbines

Author: Claire Soares

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0124104851

Page: 1020

View: 541

Covering basic theory, components, installation, maintenance, manufacturing, regulation and industry developments, Gas Turbines: A Handbook of Air, Sea and Land Applications is a broad-based introductory reference designed to give you the knowledge needed to succeed in the gas turbine industry, land, sea and air applications. Providing the big picture view that other detailed, data-focused resources lack, this book has a strong focus on the information needed to effectively decision-make and plan gas turbine system use for particular applications, taking into consideration not only operational requirements but long-term life-cycle costs in upkeep, repair and future use. With concise, easily digestible overviews of all important theoretical bases and a practical focus throughout, Gas Turbines is an ideal handbook for those new to the field or in the early stages of their career, as well as more experienced engineers looking for a reliable, one-stop reference that covers the breadth of the field. Covers installation, maintenance, manufacturer's specifications, performance criteria and future trends, offering a rounded view of the area that takes in technical detail as well as well as industry economics and outlook Updated with the latest industry developments, including new emission and efficiency regulations and their impact on gas turbine technology Over 300 pages of new/revised content, including new sections on microturbines, non-conventional fuel sources for microturbines, emissions, major developments in aircraft engines, use of coal gas and superheated steam, and new case histories throughout highlighting component improvements in all systems and sub-systems.

Principles of Turbomachinery

Another textbook in the British tradition is the Gas Turbine Theory by H. Cohen
and G. F. C. Rogers. It was first published in 1951 and in later editions still today.
At a more advanced level are R. I. Lewis's Turbomachinery Performance Analysis
 ...

Principles of Turbomachinery

Author: Seppo A. Korpela

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118162447

Page: 480

View: 235

The text is based on a course on turbomachinery which the authorhas taught since year 2000 as a technical elective. Topics include;Energy Transfer in Turbomachines, Gas and Steam Turbines, andHydraulic Turbines. New material on wind turbines, andthree-dimensional effects in axial turbomachines is included.The level is kept as such that students can smoothly move from astudy of the most successful books in thermodynamics, fluiddynamics, and heat transfer to the subject of turbomachinery. Thechapters are organized in such a way that the more difficultmaterial is left to the later sections of each chapter. Thus,depending on the level of the students, instructors can tailortheir course by omitting some sections. Key features: Combines theory and applications to show how gas turbines, pumpsand compressor function Allows for a smooth transition from the study ofthermodynamics, fluid dynamics, and heat transfer to the subject ofturbomachinery for students and professionals Relates turbomachinery to new areas such as wind power andthree-dimensional effects in axial turbomachines Provides information on several types of turbomachinery ratherthan concentrating specifically on one type such as centrifugalcompressors

The Gas Turbine

The practical point following upon this, is that peripheral passages must be
arranged through which the exhaust gas and scavenge air can flow without ... It is
therefore no longer a mechanical cycle but a THEORY OF THE GAS TURBINE.
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The Gas Turbine

Author: Hans Holzwarth

Publisher: Рипол Классик

ISBN: 587638075X

Page: 159

View: 247

The 2004 Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services

Instruction : Lectures and practical exercises cover basic pneumatics , hydraulics
, AC and DC theory and devices , and gas turbine theory . Specific instruction and
exercises cover the operating theory ; construction : and maintenance of LM ...

The 2004 Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services

Author: American Council on Education

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: 9781573566094

Page: 792

View: 443

For more than a hald century, the Guide to the Evaluation of Education Experiences in the Armed Services has been the standard reference work for recognizing learning acquired in military life. Since 1942, ACE and has worked cooperatively with the US Department of Defense, the Armed Services, and the US Coast Guard in helping hundreds of thousands of individuals earn academic credit for learning achieved while serving their country.

The Oil Engine and Gas Turbine

and Gas Turbine 192 SEPTEMBER , 1960 a on an Power Jets — Change of
Address The consultancy department of Power Jets ... Instruction on gas turbine
theory , upon which design is based , will be given and supported by practical
tests .

The Oil Engine and Gas Turbine

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Aerothermodynamics of Turbomachinery

The gas turbine is in a dominant position in commercial and military aeronautics.
... The book was entitled “Aerothermodynamics of Axial Turbomachinery for
Marine Gas Turbines-Theory, Design and Experimental Studies (in Chinese)” My
 ...

Aerothermodynamics of Turbomachinery

Author: Naixing Chen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470825014

Page: 448

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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is now an essential and effective tool used in the design of all types of turbomachine, and this topic constitutes the main theme of this book. With over 50 years of experience in the field of aerodynamics, Professor Naixing Chen has developed a wide range of numerical methods covering almost the entire spectrum of turbomachinery applications. Moreover, he has also made significant contributions to practical experiments and real-life designs. The book focuses on rigorous mathematical derivation of the equations governing flow and detailed descriptions of the numerical methods used to solve the equations. Numerous applications of the methods to different types of turbomachine are given and, in many cases, the numerical results are compared to experimental measurements. These comparisons illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of the methods – a useful guide for readers. Lessons for the design of improved blading are also indicated after many applications. Presents real-world perspective to the past, present and future concern in turbomachinery Covers direct and inverse solutions with theoretical and practical aspects Demonstrates huge application background in China Supplementary instructional materials are available on the companion website Aerothermodynamics of Turbomachinery: Analysis and Design is ideal for senior undergraduates and graduates studying in the fields of mechanics, energy and power, and aerospace engineering; design engineers in the business of manufacturing compressors, steam and gas turbines; and research engineers and scientists working in the areas of fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, and heat transfer. Supplementary lecture materials for instructors are available at www.wiley.com/go/chenturbo