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Gas Turbine Handbook Principles and Practice, 5th Edition

Gas Turbine Handbook Principles and Practice, 5th Edition

Gas Turbine Handbook Principles and Practice, 5th Edition ,The supply of nonrenewable fuels such as oil and natural gas basically fixed since they are formed at a negligible rate in relation to drilling activity. The future predicts increasing fuel cost and fuel shortages, and the requirement and incentives for heat and energy recovery will therefore be that much more important. As a result every effort must be made to improve utilization of our accessible fuel supply.

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The topic of waste heat recovery and combined thermodynamic cycles originally intended for a new book. However, since this subject is so closely associated with gas turbines is seemed appropriate to include an abbreviated version in this book. The principles of combining thermodynamic cycles may  applied to the reciprocating engine exhaust, incinerator exhaust, fluidized bed exhaust, and low efficiency boilers.

Gas Turbine Handbook Principles and Practice, 5th Edition Content

  • Preface to the Fifth EditionGas Turbine Handbook Principles
  • Acknowledgments
  • Evolution of the Gas Turbine
  • Applications
  • Hardware
  • Gas Turbine Systems Theory
  • Gas Turbine Controls
  • Accessories
  • Parameter Characteristics
  • Gas Turbine Inlet Treatment
  • Gas Turbine Exhaust Treatment
  • Combustion Turbine Acoustics and Noise Control
  • Microturbines
  • Waste Heat Recovery
  • Detectable Problems
  • Boroscope Inspection
  • Case Studies 1,2,3 and 4
  • The Gas Turbine’s Future.
  • A-1 Gas Turbine Manufacturers
  • A-2 Manufacturers
  • B Accessory Manufacturers

Through the design experience developed for steam turbines and available to gas turbines, it is not surprising that gas generator compressors, turbines, and power-extraction turbines bear a striking resemblance to each other and to the steam turbine. Nor should it be surprising that the axial flow compressors of today’s gas turbines resemble the reaction steam turbine with the flow direction reversed.

While many people today recognize the similarities between steam and gas turbine components, most do not fully appreciate the common history these two products share. History tells us that the idea for the gas turbine and the steam turbine  conceived simultaneously.



Gas Turbine Handbook Principles and Practice, 5th Edition

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