1964-01-01

General Considerations in the Design of Combustion Chambers for Aircraft and Industrial Gas Turbines 640009

This paper reviews those requirements that are common in the design of all gas turbines combustion equipment. Where necessary, a distinction is made between the demands of industrial and aircraft chambers. The problem of designing equipment for long life and low pressure loss, in a size compatible with the overall engine, is discussed in detail, and the application of combustor characteristics and design factors to the demands of new aircraft and industrial turbines are anticipated.

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