Gas Turbine Theory – H. Cohen, G. F. C. Rogers, HIH Saravanamuttoo – 4th Edition


Since publication of the third edition of Theory; the gas turbine has been found to be suitable for an increasing number of applications.

The fourth edition of this popular has been revised and updated to reflect these developments. Gas turbines are becoming widely used for base-load electricity generation; as part of combined-cycle plant; and combined cycles receive more attention in this edition.

There are now stringent statutory limits on harmful emissions; and the chapter on has been enlarged to include a discussion of the factors affecting emissions and descriptions of current of attacking the problem. A section on coal gasification has also been added.

Finally; the opportunity has been taken to make many small but significant improvements and additions to the text. The emphasis is still on fundamental principles; and readers must turn to the specialised literature for computational of dealing with the aerodynamic of turbomachinery and the prediction of performance.

Suitable as a coursebook for undergraduate and graduate of mechanical and aeronautical engineering; Theory will also continue to be a valuable reference for practising gas turbine engineers.

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Table of Contents

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 topicsç

Appendix A Some notes on gas dynamics
Appendix B Problems
Appendix C References

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