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Jet Engines

Author : Klaus Hunecke
ISBN : 1853108340
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 23.25 MB
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This book is intended for those who wish to broaden their knowledge of jet engine technology and associated subjects. It covers turbojet, turboprop and turbofan designs and is applicable to civilian and military usage. It commences with an overview of the main design types and fundamentals and then looks at air intakes, compresors, turbines and exhaust systems in great detail.
Category: Transportation

Jet Propulsion

Author : N. A. Cumpsty
ISBN : 0521541441
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 75.47 MB
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Updated and revised edition of Cumpsty's excellent introduction to jet engines now includes noise control and emissions.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Jet Propulsion

Author : Nicholas Cumpsty
ISBN : 9781107511224
Genre : Science
File Size : 56.75 MB
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This book is an introduction to the design of modern civil and military jet engines using engine design projects.
Category: Science

Jet Engines

Author : Klaus Hünecke
ISBN : 0760304599
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 43.60 MB
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Broaden your knowledge of jet engine technology and its associated subjects. This is a technically comprehensive study of the components that constitute a gas turbine aero-engine and examines each part's design and function in practice. Concentrates on turbojet, turboprop and turbofan designs, and is applicable to civilian and military usage. Contains an overview of the main design types and fundamentals, and looks at air intakes, compressors, turbines and exhaust systems in great detail.
Category: Transportation

Jet Engines

Author : Albert Jack
ISBN : 9781540150523
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 81.95 MB
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From the bestselling author of Red Herrings & White Elephants, Shaggy Dogs, Pop Goes the Weasel, What Caesar did for my Salad, They Laughed at Galileo and many more.... Introduction Curiosity will eventually lead to innovation. Fortunately we are an imaginative species who does a lot of wondering. Way back to when man first learned to walk upright and began communicating with each other, by pointing and shouting, we can find the earliest examples. Somebody once thought, ‘I know, we can move that heavy rock, or dead buffalo, by rolling it along on tree trunks because it is easier than dragging it over the ground.’ This, of course, led to the wheel. It must have been around that time that some other clever soul worked out that if he held some meat over that hot fiery thing then it tasted better. It seems basic but it was innovation. Somebody somewhere decided to take the risk of burning their food down into ashes, as they knew the burning logs did, just to see if it tasted any better. But I bet there was someone else laughing at him and saying ‘don’t do that, it’s a terrible idea,’ (or whatever is was they would have said back then.) And that’s innovation too. That’s discovery and invention. We have been doing it ever since in one form or another and we have come a long way as a species thanks to people who take risks and ignore the advice of wiser ones. And that, in a nutshell, is what this book is all about. This, then, is the story of Frank Whittle and how he overcame huge odds to make sure his vision would win a war and change the world forever, despite fierce opposition from Her Majesty’s Royal Air Force.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Making Jet Engines In World War Ii

Author : Hermione Giffard
ISBN : 9780226388595
Genre : History
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"Making Jet Engines" presents a radical re-interpretation of the early history of the jet engine in Germany, Britain, and the United States and, through this, sets out a new account of the central features of twentieth-century invention. Hermione Giffard, without invoking foresight or conservative resistance to novelty, explores why individual firms decided not to develop jet engines, failed to do so, or succeeded, highlighting how each country pursued jet engines for reasons that reflected their particular war aims and industrial expertise. By beginning with production, the very structure of "Making Jet Engines "challenges the traditional way of telling stories of invention, for it focuses consecutively on production, development, inventive institutions, and, lastly, the celebrity of the jet engine s inventors, who she portrays as the employees that they were. By demonstrating the crucial importance of industry in the emergence of novelty, this is a game changing book for anyone interested in technological invention today. "
Category: History

The Jet Engine

Author : Rolls Royce
ISBN : 9781119065999
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Jet Engine provides a complete, accessible description of the working and underlying principles of the gas turbine. Accessible, non-technical approach explaining the workings of jet engines, for readers of all levels Full colour diagrams, cutaways and photographs throughout Written by RR specialists in all the respective fields Hugely popular and well-reviewed book, originally published in 2005 under Rolls Royce’s own imprint
Category: Technology & Engineering

Combustion Chambers For Jet Propulsion Engines

Author : V. S. Zuyev
ISBN : 9781483152820
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Combustion Chambers for Jet Propulsion Engines focuses on the design of combustion chambers for turbo-jet and ramjet engines, including reheat systems. This compilation, which is a training manual for the combustion chamber course held in the Moscow Aeronautical Institute, provides a general presentation of the basic elements of the process of operation, characteristics, and design of combustion chambers. This manual is divided into two parts. Part One discusses the elements of chemical kinetics and the theory of combustion of a homogeneous mixture in gas streams. The second part is devoted to the thermodynamics of the combustion chamber; aerodynamic and thermal losses; construction of the combustion chamber; and description of the operating process. The problem concerning the effect of losses in combustion chambers on the characteristics of jet propulsion engines is also elaborated in this text. This publication is valuable to aeronautical and combustion engineering students.
Category: Technology & Engineering