Fundamentals of Jet Propulsion with Applications
Cambridge University Press, 25 Απρ 2005
This introductory 2005 text on air-breathing jet propulsion focuses on the basic operating principles of jet engines and gas turbines. Previous coursework in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics is elucidated and applied to help the student understand and predict the characteristics of engine components and various types of engines and power gas turbines. Numerous examples help the reader appreciate the methods and differing, representative physical parameters. A capstone chapter integrates the text material into a portion of the book devoted to system matching and analysis so that engine performance can be predicted for both on- and off-design conditions. The book is designed for advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate students in aerospace and mechanical engineering. A basic understanding of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics is presumed. Although aircraft propulsion is the focus, the material can also be used to study ground- and marine-based gas turbines and turbomachinery and some advanced topics in compressors and turbines.
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adiabatic afterburner aircraft airﬂow ambient pressure axial compressor axial ﬂow Axial Flow Compressors blade height Brayton cycle Btu/lbm bypass ratio Centrifugal Compressors coefﬁcient combustor Component Analysis compressor pressure ratio constant control volume corrected mass ﬂow Cycle Analysis decreases deﬁned deﬁnition diffuser drag duct efﬁciency engine enthalpy equations example exhaust exit area exit Mach number exit pressure exit total temperature fan nozzle ﬁiel ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁxed ﬂow angle ﬂow compressor ﬂuid ft/s gas turbine geometry heating value impeller increases inlet total pressure inlet total temperature isentropic kg/s losses maps mass ﬂow rate match mixer nondimensional nonideal normal shock nozzle oblique shock October operating parameters percent reaction psia radial radius ramjet result rotational speed rotor rotor and stator rotor blades shaft shown in Figure speciﬁc heat ratio static pressure stator exit stator vanes total pressure ratio turbofan turbojet turboprop turning angle variable velocity polygons