Friday, June 15, 2018

GAS TURBINE THEORY 5TH EDITION By HIH Saravanamuttoo,GFC Rogers and H Cohen

GAS TURBINE THEORY 5TH EDITION By  HIH Saravanamuttoo,GFC Rogers and H Cohen
1 Introduction
2 Shaft power cycles
3 Gas turbine cycles for aircraft propulsion
4 Centrifugal compressors
5 Axial flow compressors
6 Combustion systems
7 Axial and radial flow turbines
8 Prediction of performance of simple gas turbines
9 Prediction of performance--further topics
This book has a remarkable pedigree. The first edition, published in 1951, was one of the first books laying down the theory of this newly evolving machine, the gas turbine. The authors showed the basic aerodynamic and thermodynamic theories of this prime mover. They did this in a straightforward style which could be readily understood. Consequently the book was widely used, not only as a textbook for students, but also as source ·material for established engineers who were becoming involved in ·this rapidly expanding field.

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