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Two main categories of turbomachine are identified: firstly, those which absorb power to increase the fluid pressure or head (ducted fans, compressors and pumps); secondly, those that produce power by expanding fluid to a lower pressure or head (hydraulic, steam and gas turbines). Figure 1.1 shows, in a simple diagrammatic form, a selection of the many different varieties of turbomachine encountered in practice. The reason that so many different types of either pump (compressor) or turbine are in use is because of the almost infinite range of service requirements. Generally speaking, for a given set of operating requirements there is one type of pump or turbine best suited to provide optimum conditions of operation. This point is discussed more fully in the section of this chapter concerned with specific speed.

Summary:
Introduction: Dimensional Analysis: Similitude
Basic Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics: Definitions of Efficiency
Two-dimensional Cascades
Axial-flow Turbines: Two-dimensional Theory
Axial-flow Compressors and Fans
Three-dimensional Flows in Axial Turbomachines
Centrifugal Pumps, Fans and Compressors
Radial Flow Gas Turbines
Hydraulic Turbines

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    Posted by Nugroho
    Thu Jun 02, 2011 09:10:08 AM

    Good book :)

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