Gas Turbine's Handbook-Principles and Practices (Third Edition)


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This 3rd Edition is undertaken to cover a subject that captured my time and attention and is of interest to many people not usually involved with gas turbines. This subject is microturbines. Microturbines were first considered a viable product in the early-to-mid 1990’s. Part of the popularity with the idea of a very small gas turbine was the result of the successes with miniaturization in the electronic industry; part was the lack of competition for reciprocating engines; and part was the steadily increasing price & decreasing availability of electricity. 
Price and availability of electricity led to the concept now known as Distributed Generation (DG). And the microturbine fi ts DG to a tee. Looking back into 19th Century history, machines strikingly similar to today’s microturbine were being developed. True they were large, bulky machines, but they had the same characteristics. For example, they had centrifugal compressors & turbines, single combustors and, in some cases, a heat exchanger that captured exhaust gases to heat the compressor discharge air before it entered the combustor (a recuperator or regenerator). Each was a stand-alone component coupled together by shafts, hubs, and ducting. But thermodynamically these machines are identical.

Contents :-
PREFACE 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
Chapter 1—THE GAS TURBINE EVOLUTION.
Chapter 2—APPLICATIONS.
Chapter 3—HARDWARE.
Chapter 4—GAS TURBINE SYSTEMS THEORY.
Chapter 5—GAS TURBINE CONTROLS.
Chapter 6—ACCESSORIES (Lube Oil, Coolers, Power).
Chapter 7—PARAMETER CHARACTERISTICS.
Chapter 8—GAS TURBINE INLET TREATMENT.
Chapter 9—GAS TURBINE EXHAUST TREATMENT.
Chapter 10—GAS TURBINE ACOUSTICS AND NOISE CONTROL .
Chapter 11—MICROTURBINES.
Chapter 12—DETECTABLE PROBLEMS.
Chapter 13—BOROSCOPE INSPECTION.
Chapter 14—CASE HISTORY 1.
Chapter 15—CASE HISTORY 2.
Chapter 16—CASE HISTORY 3.
Chapter 17—CASE HISTORY 4.
Chapter 18—THE GAS TURBINE’S FUTURE.

Author Details 
Gas Turbine Handbook:
Principles and Practices
3rd Edition
by
Tony Giampaolo, MSME, PE.


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