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10 Rolls-Royce Trent turbofan (courtesy of Rolls-Royce). Before proceeding it is important to note that other very respectable books and references, provide complimentary material and sometimes different perspectives of analysis for both gas turbines and components thereof and have in fact provided inspiration for this book. These include Curnpsty (1997), Cohen et al (1996), Hesse and Mumford (1964), Hill and Peterson (1992), Kerrebrock (1992), Mattingly (1996), Oates (1985, 1997), Pratt & Whitney (1988), Rolls-Royce (1996), Treager (1979), and Whittle (1981).

This process utilizes the hot gas that is "thrown away" at the turbine exit with a simple open Brayton cycle. Using the warm air at station 5, a heat exchanger is used to warm the gas exiting from the compressor (station 3) before it reaches the inlet of the combustor. Thus, for the same amount of fuel, this cycle allows the exit temperature Irom the combustor to be higher than the burner exit temperature of the simple open Brayton cycle. The thermodynamic efficiency is therefore improved. However, because of the heat o I / Cycle Analysis 14 LOW-PRESSURE HIGH-PRESSURE COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR 2 COMBUSTOR ..

Pratt & Whitney F135 JSF engine (courtesy of Pratt & Whitney). 35. For this type, the core of the engine is similar to a turbojet - namely, a diffuser, compressor, and turbine are used. The core airflow is accelerated through the exhaust nozzle, which produces one component of thrust. A second component of thrust, and usually the largest, is obtained from the propeller. The power for the propeller is extracted from the turbos haft in the core -­ that is a part of the turbine work drives the propeller.

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