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This is a beta 1. If you find errors in the program or would like to suggest improvements, please send an e-mail to nancy. The older Version 1. The older version encountered some loading problems with the most recent Java security patches.
This page contains an interactive Java applet to explore the various factors which affect jet engine performance. All of the information presented by the applet are available within the Beginner's Guide to Propulsion. You should start with the slide describing the gas turbine engine. With this software you can investigate how a jet or turbine engine produces thrust by interactively changing the values of different engine parameters.
As a result of the security patches, EngineSim does not always perform as it did in the past. One patch does not allow the display of. The patch prohibited loading of the program altogether. The current version works around this problem by not including any photos. The applets are slowly being updated, but it is a lengthy process. Other problems may occur while running the applet due to it being outdated.
Until it is updated, HERE is another application that demonstrates the simulator. There are several different versions of EngineSim which require different levels of experience with the package, knowledge of jet engines, and computer technology. This web page contains the on-line version of the program.
It includes an on-line user's manual which describes the various options available in the program and includes hyperlinks to pages in the Beginner's Guide to Propulsion describing the math and science of the jet engine. More experienced users can select a version of the program which does not include these instructions and loads faster on your computer. You can download these versions of the program to your computer by clicking on this yellow button:. With the downloaded version, you can run the program off-line and do not have to be connected to the Internet.
You can also investigate the effects of engine performance on aircraft range by using another interactive applet called RangeGames. Undergraduate Version - EngineSimU. There are special versions of EngineSim for undergraduate students who are studying the basics of turbine propulsion. These versions let you reset the limits on many of the design variables. There are on-line and off-line applet versions of the program and an off-line application version.
With the application version, you can save your design to a file, input a previous design from a file, and obtain output files for printing. This program is designed to be interactive, so you have to work with the program. There are several different types of widgets that you use to work with the program. There are a variety of choices which you must make regarding the analysis and the display of results by using a choice box. A choice box has a descriptive word displayed and an arrow at the right of the box.
To make a choice, click on either the arrow or the current choice word, hold down, and drag to make your selection. The new selection is indicated by a change in the word. A recent security patch has changed the way that choice boxes operate. This can result in a condition where you can't change from Imperial to Metric units.
To overcome this problem, we have included an Override option on the choice boxes on the control panel. If you get stuck, click on Override then click on your choice; it will then work correctly.
The current values of the design variables are presented to you in text boxes. By convention, a white box with black numbers is an input box and you can change the value of the number.
A black box with yellow or red numbers is an output box and the value has been computed by the program. To change the value in an input box, select the box by moving the cursor into the box and clicking the mouse, then backspace over the old number, enter a new number, then hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
You must hit Enter to send the new value to the program. For most input variables you can also use a slider located next to the input box.
Click on the slider bar, hold down and drag the slider bar to change values, or you can click on the arrows at either end of the slider.
If you experience difficulties when using the sliders to change variables, simply click away from the slider and then back to it. If the arrows on the end of the sliders disappear, click in the areas where the left and right arrow images should appear, and they should reappear. Some graphics decisions are selected by pushing buttons. To push a button, move the cursor over the button and click the mouse. If you see only a grey box at the top of this page, be sure that Java is enabled in your browser.
If Java is enabled, and you are using the Windows XP operating system, you need to get a newer version of Java. The program screen is divided into four main parts:. You can choose from four different types of engines: a simple turbojet , a jet with afterburner , a turbofan engine, or a ramjet. Selections are made on the graphics window by clicking on the engine name. The chosen engine is shown in yellow.
Depending on the engine type, different input panels appear at the lower left. The design process begins by selecting the design Flight Conditions. The Flight input panel lets you change the Mach number, airspeed, altitude, pressure, temperature, and throttle and afterburner settings. There are several different combinations of these variables available for input using the choice button on the input panel.
The pressure and temperature are computed as functions of the altitude by using a Standard Day atmospheric model. Design variables for each engine component can also be varied. As you choose a different component the part of the engine being affected is highlighted in the graphic by changing from its default color to yellow.
If you change the Output Display to "Pictures" you can view an actual photograph and description of each engine part. Engine Size can be specified by either the frontal area or the diameter. As the engine size changes, the grid background changes in proportion to the size. The distance between any two grid lines is 1 foot.
The program will calculate an average weight of the engine that you design. The thrust to weight ratio of the engine is displayed in the numerical output and is a measure of the efficiency of the engine. The weight depends on the type and design of the engine, the size of the engine, and the component materials. The program begins with standard materials for the components, but you can change the materials and see the effects on weight of the engine.
Just push the blue Materials choice button on any component input panel. You can also select to define your own material by choosing My Material from the menu. Just type in your own values for material density and temperature limit. The program will check the temperature throughout the engine design against the material limits. If you exceed a limit, a flashing warning will occur in the schematic. You can see the temperature limits by choosing "Graphs" in the Output display on the control panel.
Then select Temperature as the type of graphics display. You can also find which component is exceeding the temperature limits by selecting "Component Performance" on the Output display and looking for the red temperature display.
For the afterburner and the ramjet, the graphical temperature limits are based on the flow temperature, not on the material temperature, and are slightly higher than the material limits. Cooling airflow is often used along the walls of these components to keep the material temperature within limits.
The program works in two modes: Design or Tunnel Test Mode. In the Design Mode, you can change design variables including the flight conditions, the engine size, the inlet performance, the turbo machinery compressor and turbine performance, the combustors or burner performance, or the nozzle performance. For a turbofan engine design you can also vary the fan performance and the bypass ratio.
In Design Mode, any change in an input parameter produces a new engine design. You have to be very careful when drawing conclusions about the effects of input variables on performance because you are not comparing the effects on the same engine; you are comparing one engine against another engine. In Tunnel Test Mode, you are only working with one engine. You can vary only the flight conditions and you can not change any of the component design parameters except the throttle setting.
The values of some of the performance parameters like inlet recovery and nozzle area may change according to choices that you made during design. In Tunnel Test Mode you are evaluating the off-design performance of the engine model which you specified in Design Mode. You can use any of the output panels to see how the various engine parameters change with speed, altitude, or throttle setting.
You can also load models of real turbine engines for comparison with your design. You can always reload your design to continue testing. In Design Mode, you can use the existing engine models as good starting points for your design. The calculations can be performed in either Metric or Imperial English units.
You can always return to the default conditions by pushing the red Reset button at the upper right. The red Output menu allows you to change the contents of the output window on the lower right side of the screen. You can choose to display output boxes with numerical values of the engine and component performance, as described below. Or you can display photographs and descriptions of each engine part. Or you can display graphs of the variation of the value of pressure and temperature at various stations through the engine.
You can also display a T-s Plot or a P-v diagram , which are used by engineers to determine engine performance.
They are installed in natural gas plants, gas compression stations, oil booster stations, petrochemical plants and power generation and cogeneration plants worldwide. It is the evolution of the field proven PGT10 and incorporates the latest in aerodynamic design, and compact and versatile package arrangements for both Power Generation and Mechanical Drive applications. The cases are horizontally split and the rotor has a disk architecture. The combustion system consists of a horizontally positioned single can. The turbine consists of three reaction stages. In the first two stages the hot gas parts are cooled by air extracted from the axial compressor.
The GT was a turboshaft -type gas turbine engine developed from the BMW aviation engine, that was considered for installation in Nazi Germany 's Panther tank. The German Army 's development division, the Heereswaffenamt Army Ordnance Board , studied a number of gas turbine engines for use in tanks starting in mid Although none of these was fitted operationally, the GT GT for "Gas Turbine" reached a production quality stage of development. Several designs were produced over the lifetime of the program, including the GT and GT At that time, there were considerable challenges with the use of gas turbine engines in this role, however.
From the request for proposal for a new aircraft to the final engine layout, the book provides the concepts and procedures required for the entire process. William D. Skira with Timothy J. Lewis and Zane D. Gastineau with update by Dr.
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