The name “gas turbine” is somewhat misleading, because to many it implies a turbine engine that uses gas its fuel. Actually gas turbine (as shown schematically in Fig.1) has a compressor to draw in and compress gas (most usually air); a combustor (or burner) to add fuel to heat the compressed air; and a turbine to extract power from the hot air flow. The gas turbine is an internal combustion (IC) engine employing a continuous combustion process. This differs from the intermittent combustion occurring in diesel and automotive ID engines. Schematic for Aircraft Jet Engine and Land based gas trubine. Gas Turbine usage and a typical jet engine. Gas turbines cycles, Modifications available for the simple brayton cycle. Gas turbine components.
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