Improving gas turbine performance involves the bringing together and optimisation of the disciplines and skills required to achieve an operationally competitive gas turbine engine. Certainly, the design and performance of individual engine components, such as the compressors, combustors and turbine, could alone present an engineer with a worthwhile career. It is, however, the overall performance of the gas turbine that the customer actually purchases. The optimisation process involves many uncertainties and a proper understanding of these, together with the established facts and the method of
handling this information, is required to permit manufacturers to develop their engines successfully and allow operators to operate the machines to their best advantage. This is particularly true in the de-regulated market in which many operate today and which others will be joining in the near future.
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