Systems of Commercial Turbofan Engines

Systems of Commercial Turbofan Engines

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To understand the operation of aircraft gas turbine engines, it is not enough to know the basic operation of a gas turbine. It is also necessary to understand the operation and the design of its auxiliary systems. This book fills that need by providing an introduction to the operating principles underlying systems of modern commercial turbofan engines and bringing readers up to date with the latest technology. It also offers a basic overview of the tubes, lines, and system components installed on a complex turbofan engine. Readers can follow detailed examples that describe engines from different manufacturers. The text is recommended for aircraft engineers and mechanics, aeronautical engineering students, and pilots.USA Airbus Industrie, 10th Performance and Operations Conference (September 1989), Airbus Industries, Blagnac Cedex, France Boeing Commercial Aircraft, Aircraft Maintenance Manual B737-300, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Renton, ... Joint Aircraft System/Component Code Table and Definitions (February 2002) Gunston, Bill (1995): The Development of Jet and Turbine Aero Engines, Patrick anbsp;...

Title:Systems of Commercial Turbofan Engines
Author: Andreas Linke-Diesinger
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-05-21

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