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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Gas Turbine Handbook: Principles and Practice (4th Edition)




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In discussions about the 3rd edition and the microturbine it was apparent that additional information was needed on the subject of compressors, specifically the centrifugal compressor. This is primarily due to the fact that microturbine designs rely heavily on the centrifugal compressor instead of the axial compressor. The microturbine designs are, in many aspects, similar to the early flight engines.


Early flight engine pioneers used the centrifugal design because tooling and manufacturing capability was not sufficiently developed to produce the axial components. The approach of the microturbine designer is to minimize cost (through use of existing hardware and higher rotor speeds). That this is accomplished is apparent when we see that microturbines utilize existing gas turbines and turbocharger components. These components are the turbo-expander and the centrifugal compressor.

Content:-
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
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

Appendix
Index

Author Details
"Tony Giampaolo", MSME, PE




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