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U.s. Army Turbine Aircraft Engines And Systems Theory

INTRODUCTIONAircraft designers have always been limited by the efficiency ofthe available power plants. Their constant plea has been for higherpower, less weight, lower frontal area, better coolingcharacteristics, and lower fuel consumption. These requirements havebeen met to a certain degree by the designers of reciprocatingengines, but the design of the piston engine has been carried to sucha po...

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nt that to obtain further increase in power, more cylinderswould have to be added. This would immediately raise more complexproblems, which must be solved before an increase in power can beachieved.The aircraft designers' pleas have been answered with thedevelopment of the gas turbine engine. Since the end of World WarII, progress in the gas turbine field has been rapid. Development ofimproved materials, high temperature metals, and better fuels shouldexpedite further progress in this held. The gas turbine engine'sgreatest contribution to aviation is that it has lifted all previouslimits that were imposed by the reciprocating engine.This text describes the operation, components, and systems of thegas turbine engine. The first chapter includes an introduction togas turbine engines. Chapter 2 discusses the systems and accessoriessuch as fuel, oil, and electrical. Chapter 3 covers testing,inspection, maintenance, and storage procedures. Chapters 4 through10 describe in detail the gas turbine engines used in Army aircraft.