## Gas Turbine Design, Components and System Design Integration pdf

The current book consists of 18 Chapters that are grouped into three parts. Part I encompassing Chapters 1 through 6 deals with aero-thermodynamics of gas turbine design. Part II of this book include Chapters 7 through 10 starts with the treatment of cascade and stage efficiency and loss determination from a physically plausible point of view. I refrained from presenting recipe-types of empirical formulas that have no physical foundation. Chapter 8 deals with the calculation of incidence and deviation. Chapter 9 treats in detail the compressor and turbine blade design procedures. Radial equilibrium is discussed in Chapter 10, which concludes Part II.

Part III of the book is entirely dedicated to design, off-deign and dynamic performance of turbomachinery components and systems. Particular attention is paid to gas turbine components, their individual modeling, and integration into the gas turbine system. It includes Chapters 11 to 16. Chapter 11 introduces the basic physics of non-linear dynamic simulation of turbomachinery systems and its theoretical background. Starting from a set of general four dimensional partial differential equations in temporal-spatial domain, two-dimensional equation sets are derived that constitute the basis for component modeling. The following Chapters 12, 13 and 14 deal with generic modeling of turbomachinery components and systems in which individual components ranging from the inlet nozzle to the compressor, combustion chamber, turbine, and exhaust diffuser are modeled. In modeling compressor and turbine components, non-linear adiabatic and diabatic expansion and compression calculation methods are presented.

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Gas turbine design requires several preliminary steps. These steps were discussed in Chapter 17. Chapter 18 deals with the dynamic simulation of different gas turbine types that are subject to adverse dynamic operations. Seven representative case studies conclude this chapter. In preparing Part III, I tried to be as concrete as possible by providing detailed simulation of existing gas turbine engines and their individual component.

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