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by Irwin E Treager

Download Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology eBook
ISBN:
0028018281
Author:
Irwin E Treager
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education; 3 edition (November 13, 1995)
Pages:
688 pages
EPUB book:
1149 kb
FB2 book:
1958 kb
DJVU:
1169 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
756


This is a very good book for gas turbine engine technology.

This is a very good book for gas turbine engine technology. It is helpful over the whole subject, but having detailed sections of individual engines (really the best sellers) was an extra bonus. Therefore, I wasn't surprised by the price tag, but I purchased it anyways because their Powerplant book was a quality, in depth book, published in fairly quality paper with good detailed tics of various engines and components. However, "Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology" is completely the opposite.

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Great book for Gas Turbine Technician students! .

Great book for Gas Turbine Technician students! By Thriftbooks. com User, November 29, 1998. I found this book to be intensively desciptive when I was taking my gas turbine technician course and would recommend it to any one who wishes to understand the concepts of the gas turbine engines. One of the best gas-turbine books I've ever seen! By Thriftbooks. com User, March 28, 1998. This book is awesome! Plain simple. It offers the reader in-depth introduction of aeronautical gas-turbine powerplants, in an easy to read format.

1-8 on p. 4)-Did much gas turbine patents (1884).

pdf - Preface iii Ackno wledgements iv Contents vi PART ONE HISTORY AND THEORY 1 Background and. -TREAGER-pdf. 1-8 on p. work on the gas turbine engine, but his chief contribu­ tion lies in the development of the turbosupercharger. As Whittle explains in his book, Jet-The Story of a Pioneer,, Our compressor was of the single stage centrifugal type generally similar to, but much larger than, an aero­ engine supercharger (or fan unit ·of a vacuum cleaner). The turbine was also a single stage unit.

Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology written by Irwin E. Treager ISBN . Reading a book won't help some people. Treager ISBN 0-02-801828-1 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. Just sell them the answer that they can memorize. understanding only helps if someday you want to use the information. You won't find THAT in Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology! Quote: How much just for the pictures of buxom, scantily-clad women?

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Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology provides a comprehensive, easy-to-understand treatment of the background, development, and applications of the gas turbine engine it its various forms, such as turobjet, turbofan, turboprop, and turboshaft powerplants. Designed primarily as a resource for technicians preparing for the FAA aircraft powerplant mechanic certification, Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology also may be used a reference. The text also discusses the changing maintenance and overhaul procedures and philosophies and the role of fuel metering in engine operation.
  • Rare
Misleading Information. Very poor copy job. If you plan on selling the Indian version with photocopied pages you need to tell everyone what they are ordering. Most of the words are legible; however, the diagrams are so poorly printed it is hard to tell what everything is.
  • Gri
I understand now why this "new" book was $50 cheaper than the nearest "used" one. This is the "INDIAN EDITION" meaning that it consists of photocopied pages (black and white) bound with a color cover identical with the original except for the small disclaimer which reads: "For sale in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan only." I guess this releases them from copyright infringement.

I'll keep it, because it's readable - just disappointed in the deceptive advertising
  • Bragis
This is a good book for undergraduate aerospace engineering students and aerospace engineers just starting their careers. The problems accompanying teaching propulsion engineering courses is the lack of instructors ability to address the actual engine anatomy.

Without knowing the present aircraft engine anatomy and how it has been developed we cannot learn propulsion and feel its basic engineering concepts, because simply we cannot reinvent the wheel and we can not overlook the engineering sense.

For the above purpose I give it five stars.
  • Tam
Just as expected
  • Shak
One of the most comprehensive book on powerplant technology ever written. A compelling source of information on just about everything you need to know about Aircraft engines.
  • Quamar
This is a very good book for gas turbine engine technology. It is helpful over the whole subject, but having detailed sections of individual engines (really the best sellers) was an extra bonus. It's in my work bookcase, one of only a few.
  • blac wolf
As good and clean as new, half the price
I'm currently serving a one year deployment in Iraq. I got my Airframe and Powerplant mechanic certificates just before leaving the US. I purchased this book (among others) because I wanted to have a series of reference books to keep my knowledge fresh.
I was familiar with Glencoe Aviation mechanic books. I used their Powerplant text while I was in school. It was the most expensive book of all the texts that we used during the program. Therefore, I wasn't surprised by the price tag, but I purchased it anyways because their Powerplant book was a quality, in depth book, published in fairly quality paper with good detailed illustrations/schematics of various engines and components.
However, "Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology" is completely the opposite. The paper is cheap, the printing looks like it has been photocopied, there is no detail in most of the illustrations, some are just black spots in.
I was thinking about getting more books from Glencoe but after this experience a I would only do it if I could physically examine them first in a book store.
For those thinking "Well, why didn't you just return it?", you can imagine that is not an easy task in the place where I am right now.