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By F. Whittle

For the 1st time simplified equipment of facing gasoline turbine thermal cycles, and additional theoretical techniques, were embodied right into a concise textbook. the entire significant points of the topic are lined in a finished and lucid demeanour. Examples are integrated for higher readability

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284. 3 :. 3 724° K :. = 800 -124 = 76° C :. 105 = 1282'/sec. 98 lb/sec. z :. 49 lb/sec. 6 :• ue /ue = 755. 6 = . 926. 1 Ib/sec/ft. :. /ft. 0304 lb/ft. 49 lb/sec. For h) the max. 893 .. 0331 lb/ft. 6 0 :. e. e. 49 S = 3000 x 1282 = 776 lbs. 5(3000 — 2116) = 442 lbs. The difference, of course, is due to the reduction of internal pressure as the air accelerates into the nozzle. 43 or 43%. 6 = 1481 32. 2 lbs. e. 2% of the thrust. When the pressure ratio to a convergent nozzle exit is the value corresponding to max.

E. sin where uuo = u0 ~ ~o = I T50 / 1 S°u0 ßu0 SYO u0 from which r 0 , the point land y 0 are readily determined. Evidently these are dependent on varies with 0 0 . 00 which means that the isentropic surface One may see that x 0 = r 0 cos a0 and y0 = r 0 sin ceo . These determine the general frame of the diagram. Information can be obtained from the requirements of continuity. Thus the flow through each isostat is the same as that flowing through Al, namely r0 u 0 y 0 or p o uco ro . It follows that for any isostat of length r p o u co r o = puc r (4-23) Using the fact that the total temperature T is constant and given by T = Ts0 + 8, one may see that the static temperature TS along an isostat such as OB may be obtained from q u = Ts0 + quo — T where q u is the temperature of the (uniform) velocity u across OB.

63 ° C. The actual temperature rise 8 was found to be 176° C. e. a much higher figure than pressure efficiency. 87 ° C which is 20% of the initial kinetic energy. 4 what is rio if there are no further losses after a normal shock wave? 4 x 220 = 88 C. This is the actual temperature rise static to total. 9 ft/sec. 1667. 5833 .. 94° C .. 0993. 93° C. 4%. It may thus be seen that the greater the `strength' of a shock wave the lower the adiabatic efficiency. 2 the adiabatic efficiency is virtually 100%.

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