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o 1. Introduction to Rolls-Royce o 2. Engine Technology in the Past o Engines for Commercial Jets o Turboprops o Engines for Business Jets. Rolls-Royce plc, Ansty, Coventry CV7 9JR, UK. E-mail: [email protected] com Gas turbine engines power most commercial flights operating today. Yet. Axial flow engines are different from early jet engines which compressed air in a .. rotors of a three-spool engine such as many Rolls Royce engines.

The ram jet engine fig. It has no major rotating parts and consists of a duct with a divergent entry and a convergent or convergent-divergent exit.

When forward motion is imparted to it from an external source, air is forced into the air intake where it loses velocity or kinetic energy and increases its pressure energy as it passes through the diverging duct. The total energy is then increased by the combustion of fuel, and the expanding gases accelerate to atmosphere through the outlet duct.

Aram jet is often the power plant for missiles and.

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The pulse jet engine fig. The engine is formed by an aerodynamic duct similar to the ram jet but, due to the higher pressures involved, it is of more robust construction. Air drawn through the open valves passes into the combustion chamber and is heated by the burning of fuel injected into the chamber. The resulting expansion causes a rise in pressure, forcing Basic mechanics Fig.

Adepression created by the exhausting gases allows the valves to open and repeat the cycle. Pulse jets have been designed for helicopter rotor propulsion and some dispense with inlet valves by careful design of the ducting to control the changing pressures of the resonating cycle. The pulse jet is unsuitable as an aircraft power plant because it has a high fuel consumption and is unable to equal the performance of the modern gas turbine engine.

Although a rocket engine fig. It is, therefore, only suitable for operation over short periods.

The application of the gas turbine to jet propulsion has avoided the inherent weakness of the rocket and the athodyd, for by the introduction of a turbine-driven compressor a means of producing thrust at low speeds is provided.

It draws air from the atmosphere and after compressing and heating it, a process that occurs in all heat engines, the energy and momentum given to the air forces It out of the propelling nozzle at a velocity of up to 2,0 feet per second or about 1, miles per hour.

On its way through the engine, the air gives up some of its energy and momentum to drive the turbine that powers the compressor. The mechanical arrangement of the gas turbine engine is simple, for it consists of only two main rotating parts, a compressor Part 3 and a turbine Part 5 , and one or a number of combustion chambers Part 4. The mechanical arrangement of various gas turbine engines is shown in fig. This simplicity, however, does not apply to all aspects of the engine, for as described in subsequent Parts the thermo and aerodynamic problems are somewhat complex.

They result from the high operating temperatures of the combustion chamber and turbine, the effects of varying flows across the compressor Basic mechanics Fig. Basic mechanics 5 Fig. Basic mechanics 6 Fig. At aircraft speeds below approximately miles per hour, the pure jet engine is less efficient than a propeller-type engine, since its propulsive efficiency depends largely on its forward speed; the pure turbo-jet engine is, therefore, most suitable for high forward speeds.

The propeller efficiency does, however, decrease rapidly above miles per hour due to the disturbance of the airflow caused by the high blade-tip speeds of the propeller. These charac- teristics have led to some departure from the use of pure turbo-jet propulsion where aircraft operate at medium speeds by the introduction of a combination of propeller and gas turbine engine.

These engines deal with larger comparative airflows and lower jet velocities than the pure jet engine, thus giving a propulsive efficiency Part 21 which is comparable to that of the turbo-prop and exceeds that of the pure jet engine fig.

Basic mechanics 7 Fig. The engine is surrounded by a duct that has a variable intake at the front and an afterburning jet pipe with a variable nozzle at the rear.

During takeoff and acceleration, the engine functions as a con- ventional turbo-jet with the afterburner lit; at other flight conditions up to Mach 3, the afterburner is inoperative. As the aircraft accelerates through Mach 3, the turbo-jet is shut down and the intake air is diverted from the compressor, by guide vanes, and ducted straight into the afterburning jet pipe, which becomes a ram jet combustion chamber.

This engine is suitable for an aircraft requiring high speed and Basic mechanics Fig.

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The force required to give this acceleration has an equal effect in the opposite direction acting on the apparatus producing the acceleration. Both propel the aircraft by thrusting a large weight of air backwards fig. This same principle of reaction occurs in all forms of movement and has been usefully applied in many ways. This toy showed how the momentum of steam issuing from a number of jets could impart an equal and opposite reaction to the jets themselves, thus causing the engine to revolve.

The familiar whirling garden sprinkler fig.

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Perhaps the simplest illustration of this principle is afforded by the carnival balloon which, when the air or gas is released, rushes rapidly away in the direction opposite to the jet.

Jet reaction is definitely an internal phenomenon and does not, as is frequently assumed, result from the pressure of the jet on the atmosphere.

In fact, the. There are, of course, a number of ways. In other words, the same thrust can be provided either by giving a large mass of air a little extra velocity or a small mass of air a large extra velocity.

In practice the former is preferred, since by lowering the jet velocity relative to the atmosphere a higher propulsive efficiency is obtained.

The ram jet engine fig. It has no major rotating parts and consists of a duct with a divergent entry and a convergent or convergent-divergent exit.

When forward motion is imparted to it from an external source, air is forced into the air intake where it loses velocity or kinetic energy and increases its pressure energy as it passes through the diverging duct. The total energy is then increased by the combustion of fuel, and the expanding gases accelerate to atmosphere through the outlet duct.

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Aram jet is often the power plant for missiles and. The pulse jet engine fig. The engine is formed by an aerodynamic duct similar to the ram jet but, due to the higher pressures involved, it is of more robust construction. Air drawn through the open valves passes into the combustion chamber and is heated by the burning of fuel injected into the chamber.

The resulting expansion causes a rise in pressure, forcing.

Adepression created by the exhausting gases allows the valves to open and repeat the cycle. Pulse jets have been designed for helicopter rotor propulsion and some dispense with inlet valves by careful design of the ducting to control the changing pressures of the resonating cycle. The pulse jet is unsuitable as an aircraft power plant because it has a high fuel consumption and is unable to equal the performance of the modern gas turbine engine.

Although a rocket engine fig. It is, therefore, only suitable for operation over short periods. The application of the gas turbine to jet propulsion has avoided the inherent weakness of the rocket and the athodyd, for by the introduction of a turbine-driven compressor a means of producing thrust at low speeds is provided.

It draws air from the atmosphere and after compressing and heating it, a process that occurs in all heat engines, the energy and momentum given to the air forces It out of the propelling nozzle at a velocity of up to 2,0 feet per second or about 1, miles per hour.

On its way through the engine, the air gives up some of its energy and momentum to drive the turbine that powers the compressor. The mechanical arrangement of the gas turbine engine is simple, for it consists of only two main rotating parts, a compressor Part 3 and a turbine Part 5 , and one or a number of combustion chambers Part 4.

The mechanical arrangement of various gas turbine engines is shown in fig. This simplicity, however, does not apply to all aspects of the engine, for as described in subsequent Parts the thermo and aerodynamic problems are somewhat complex.

They result from the high operating temperatures of the combustion chamber and turbine, the effects of varying flows across the compressor. At aircraft speeds below approximately miles per hour, the pure jet engine is less efficient than a propeller-type engine, since its propulsive efficiency depends largely on its forward speed; the pure turbo-jet engine is, therefore, most suitable for high forward speeds.

The propeller efficiency does, however, decrease rapidly above miles per hour due to the disturbance of the airflow caused by the high blade-tip speeds of the propeller.

These charac- teristics have led to some departure from the use of pure turbo-jet propulsion where aircraft operate at medium speeds by the introduction of a combination of propeller and gas turbine engine.Igniters Cootac: As the tailored gas flow a surge Conversely.

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