Motores de Reaccion y turbinas de gas
This is a very useful and interesting work for all those who wish to approach the field of turbine engine operation, so that they can use it both as a technical reading and as a reference manual.
All the chapters are accompanied by numerous diagrams and colour images on real components, to facilitate the assimilation of the contents. In addition, each of them incorporates a final self-evaluation to assess the knowledge acquired.
In this second colour edition, issues related to cooling techniques and the improvement of turbine blade efficiency, new technologies linked to the development of turbofan engines, and issues related to engine preservation and maintenance operations have been updated.
Fundamental manual for Module 15 (Gas Turbine Engines) to obtain the Aircraft Maintenance Technician License LMA B.1 and for the title of Higher Technician in Aeromechanical Maintenance.
This work is structured in three blocks:
-Concepts of thermodynamics related to jet and turbine engines.
-Fundamental components of the jet engine: description and operation.
-Auxiliary systems of the jet and turbine engines: structure, operation and maintenance.
Borja Galmés Belmonte, author of this work, shows his enormous knowledge in Reaction Engines and Gas Turbines. He is an industrial engineer and holds a degree in Research Sufficiency (ETSIIM Department of Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing). He has more than fifteen years of teaching experience in Training Cycles: He is currently professor of the subjects of Reaction Engines and Power Plant at the Barajas Institute and associate professor of Thermodynamic and Fuidothermic Engineering at the University of Alcalá de Henares.
Author: Borja Galmés Belmonte
Publisher: Paraninfo Editorial
Format: Soft tops
Size: 24 cm. x 17 cm.
No. of pages: 314
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
PART I. THERMODYNAMICS
Introduction to thermodynamics; 2. Fundamental equations of thermodynamics. Compressible flow.
PART II. FUNDAMENTAL COMPONENTS OF THE JET ENGINE
3. General description of the jet engine. Types of engines; 4. Operation of the jet engine. Thermodynamic cycle; 5. Intake diffusers; 6. Compressors; 7. Combustion chambers; 8. Turbines; 9. Nozzles; 10. Bearings. Accessories box.
PART III. AUXILIARY SYSTEMS OF THE JET ENGINE
11. Engine Lubrication System; 12. Engine Air System; 13. Fuel System; 14. Auxiliary power unit (APU); 15. Full authority digital engine control (FADEC); 16. Thrust boosters; 17. Engine indication system; 18. Engine fire-fighting system; 19. Engine operating condition variation; 19. Engine operating condition variation; 20. Turbofan, turboprop and turboshaft; 21. Jet engine checking and maintenance.
- Borja Galmés Belmonte