1966-02-01

Economic and Design Aspects of Gas Turbine Recuperators 660019

This paper discusses the role of recuperators in gas turbine systems and emphasizes the use of compact matrix designs in providing efficient packaging and high utilization of available space. Problem areas encountered in recuperators for propulsion and power conversion engines are noted in terms of design, fabrication prices and materials. Economic factors are compared in terms of initial cost and operational savings for various gas turbine applications.

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