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Compressor Performance

Aerodynamics for the User

By (author) Theodore Gresh
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division, Woburn, United States
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann Inc
Published: 1st Jun 2018
Dimensions: w 216mm h 280mm d 15mm
Weight: 674g
ISBN-10: 0128142197
ISBN-13: 9780128142196
Barcode No: 9780128142196
Synopsis
Compressor Performance: Aerodynamics for the User, Third Edition continues the book's 25 year history as a trusted reference on compressor design and maintenance. This new edition is updated throughout to cover new regulations and technology relevant to compressors, with new content adding coverage of strings of equipment, including gas turbines. Users will find sections that run the full spectrum of information needed for an individual to select, operate, test and maintain axial or centrifugal compressors. In addition, basic aerodynamic theory provides users with the how's and why's of compressor design, and troubleshooting guidelines help maintenance engineers save time in the field.

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"The book is written in an exceptionally clear manner that will be accessible to all. A sensible mix of theoretical modelling is included where appropriate, but always backed up by clear explanations, diagrams and examples. There are numerous example calculations through the book to help designers get to the fundamentals of the subject in question. As a result the book is of interest to both design and maintenance engineers as well as students.

My only real criticism of the book is that it continues, like the industry of course, to adhere to English units!" --The Aeronautical Journal

"Part 1, while this is brief, is a comprehensive and detailed summary and covers a significant amount of useful information for both practicing engineers but particularly engineering students. Part II of this book is where it really comes into its own.

The book is written in an exceptionally clear manner that will be accessible to all. A sensible mix of theoretical modelling is included where appropriate, but always backed up by clear explanations, diagrams and examples. There are numerous example calculations through the book to help designers get to the fundamentals of the subject in question. As a result the book is of interest to both design and maintenance engineers as well as students." --The Aeronautical Journal