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A. S. Rangwala, «Turbo-Machinery Dynamics» McGraw-Hill Professional
ISBN 0071453695 | 1 edition (April 14, 2005)| PDF | 9.2 Mb | 535 pages



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This comprehensive text presents a detailed treatment of design, development, and operation of turbo-machinery. Starting with the fundamentals of thermodynamics and cycle design, and ending with the latest trends in development and production of many different types of turbo-machines, the author provides in-depth methods for analyzing new design procedures and maximizing structural integrity and operating efficiency that will assist in the design and analysis of even more powerful and efficient turbo-machinery.

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This comprehensive text presents a detailed treatment of design, development, and operation of turbo-machinery. Starting with the fundamentals of thermodynamics and cycle design, and ending with the latest trends in development and production of many different types of turbo-machines, the author provides in-depth methods for analyzing new design procedures and maximizing structural integrity and operating efficiency that will assist in the design and analysis of even more powerful and efficient turbo-machinery.

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Maximize the design, development, and operation of turbo-machinery

This comprehensive text opens with an in-depth treatment of the fundamentals of thermodynamics and cycle design and continues with coverage of the latest trends in the development and production of numerous types of turbo-machines.

Written by an author with more than three decades' experience in the field of machinery structural dynamics, Turbo-Machinery Dynamics details the latest methods for analyzing new design procedures, maximizing structural integrity, establishing component operating life, and controlling exhaust emissions. Within this text readers will find all the highly specialized data required to assist in the development and analysis of the cleanest and most cost-effective turbo-machinery possible.

DEVELOP CREATIVE DESIGN SOLUTIONS TO TODAY'S COMPLEX TURBO CHALLENGES

* Advanced Turbine Technology
* Aircraft Power Plant
* Industrial Gas and Steam Turbines
* Derivative Engines for Marine and Industrial Use
* Diesel and Automotive Engine Turbochargers
* Fan and Compressor Airfoils
* Impeller and Bladed Disk
* Turbine Blade and Vane
* Combustion System
* Bearings and Seals
* Superalloys for Turbines
* Manufacturing Methods



About the Author
A. S. Rangwala received a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University, Philadelphia, and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He has worked for three decades in the field of structural dynamics on compressors and gas turbines applicable to aircraft engines, and steam turbines and generators for power plant applications. Mr. Rangwala has written papers and reports on all facets of machinery system and component dynamics. He has worked in General Electric Company's Aircraft Engines Group, both in Cincinnati and in Lynn, Massachusetts, and in GE's Large Steam Turbines Department in Schenectady, New York. Mr. Rangwala has also worked at Siemens-Westinghouse Power Corporation in Orlando, Florida. He now works as an international consultant and teaches short courses for practicing engineers on structural vibrations of rotating and reciprocating machinery. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Cincinnati State Technical College.