Aircraft engines and gas turbines / Jack L. Kerrebrocknd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Aircraft gas- turbines. This text on aircraft engines and turbines presents the engine as a complete system, with emphasis on the performance of the engine and its dependence on the. Results 1 – 30 of 34 Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines by Jack L. Kerrebrock and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
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Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines. This text on aircraft engines and turbines presents the engine as a complete system, with emphasis on the performance of the engine and its dependence on the major design parameters and physical limitations. History Created April 1, 6 revisions Download catalog record: Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
Check nearby libraries with: Share this book Facebook. Kerrebrock No preview available – The book will also prove valuable as a reference for engineers already working in the field. Borrow eBook Download ebook for print-disabled Prefer the enginrs book? October 6, History. A clear appreciation of all these factors requires basic preparation in fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, chemistry and thermodynamics.
Check nearby libraries with:. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class My library Help Advanced Book Search. Buy this book Amazon. The Physical Object Pagination x, p. Such understanding is essential both for entrance to professional work in industry and as preparation for graduate study. Vinh Limited preview – You can now embed Open Library books on your website! Special emphasis is placed on the past, present aidcraft likely future evolution of the aircraft engine in response to the requirements for better performance, lower noise and reduced pollution.
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Although the main focus is on aircraft propulsion, the text will also be useful to those interested in automotive and stationary applications of gas turbines. The eleven chapters of the text take up basic definitions and concepts, trends in ideal cycle analysis, quantitative cycle analysis, nonrotating components, compressors, turbines, the structure of turbomachinery, component matching and engine performance, aircraft engine noise, hypersonic engines, and propulsion systems analysis.
Aircraft engines and gas turbines
The factors which control the engine’s noise production and chemical pollutant emission are also addressed. The application of these several disciplines to a complex system should help the students to appreciate their interrelationship as well as to understand the engine itself.
Account Options Sign in. Larry Dixon Limited preview – Aircraft engines and gas turbines by Jack L. No eBook available Amazon. Can you add one? Clearly, no single text can gaa all these: Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery S. Last edited by ImportBot. Download ebook for print-disabled. Subjects Aircraft gas-turbinesFlugtriebwerkGasturbine.
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There’s no description for this book yet. The system is described at three levels, first by ideal cycle and analysis, then by more refined cycle analysis, and finally as an assembly of components. With the rapid advances that have occurred since the large-scale introduction of gas turbine power plants into military aircraft in the s and into commercial aircraft in the s, it has become necessary to make a clear understanding of the characteristics of these devices accessible at the undergraduate level.
Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page. These applications are treated at the level of cycle analysis, and much of the discussion of components is directly applicable.
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