Aircraft Engine Design PDF Second Edition

Aircraft Engine Design pdf

Download Aircraft Engine Design PDF book free – From Aircraft Engine Design pdf, second Edition presents a complete and realistic aircraft engine preliminary design experience. Starting with the requirements definition (request for proposal) driving the aircraft/engine system analyses to the final engine and component designs and layout, it focuses on the foundational concepts and procedures required for the entire process. Buy from Amazon

Aircraft Engine Design PDF

Thoroughly updated to include many new insightful descriptions and discussions, it features 15 years of evolutionary changes that have occurred since publication of the previous edition. Consequently, both the text and accompanying software, AEDsys, of this third edition present an improved, new work. The special contributions of uniquely qualified experts continue to provide valuable material to this new edition. Aircraft Engine Design PDF

The key steps of the design process are outlined in 10 chapters that encompass:

The Design Process
Aircraft/Engine System Constraint Analysis
Aircraft/Engine System Mission Analysis
Engine Selection: Parametric Cycle Analysis
Engine Selection: Engine Performance Analysis
Sizing the Engine: Installed Performance
Engine Component Design: Global and Interface Quantities
Engine Component Design: Turbomachinery
Engine Component Design: Combustion Systems
Engine Component Design: Inlets and Exhaust Nozzles

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: The Design Process
  • Chapter 2: Constraint Analysis
  • Chapter 3: Mission Analysis
  • Chapter 4: Engine Selection: Parametric Cycle Analysis
  • Chapter 5: Engine Selection: Engine Performance Analysis
  • Chapter 6: Sizing the Engine: Installed Performance
  • Chapter 7: Engine Component Design: Global and Interface Quantities
  • Chapter 8: Engine Component Design: Turbomachinery
  • Chapter 9: Engine Component Design: Combustion Systems
  • Chapter 10: Engine Component Design: Inlets and Exhaust Nozzles
  • Appendix A: Units and Conversion Factors
  • Appendix B: Altitude Table – Aircraft Engine Design PDF
  • Appendix C: Gas Turbine Engine Data
  • Appendix D: Engine Performance Theta Break and Throttle Ratio
  • Appendix E: Aircraft Engine Efficiency and Thrust Measures
  • Appendix F: Mixed Flow Turbofan Parametric Analysis
  • Appendix G: Mixed Flow Turbofan Performance Analysis
  • Appendix H: High Bypass Turbofan
  • Appendix I: Turboprop
  • Appendix J: Propeller Design Tools
  • Appendix K: Material Properties
  • Appendix L: Turbine Engine Life Management
  • Appendix M: Engine Controls
  • Appendix N: Global Range Airlifter
  • Appendix O: About the Software – Aircraft Engine Design

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About the Author

JACK D. MATTINGLY has 50 years’ experience in aircraft propulsion. After serving most of his military career teaching at the U.S. Air Force Academy and the Air Force Institute of Technology, he retired from active duty in 1989 and joined the faculty of Seattle University, retiring in 2000 as professor emeritus in Mechanical Engineering (M.E.). He has since focused on teaching short courses with Practical Aeronautics, Inc. to practicing engineers, consulting, and writing textbooks. He is a co-author of Aircraft Engine Design and Elements of Propulsion: Gas Turbines and Rockets, both winners of the AIAA Summerfield Book Award. He holds a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of Washington.Aircraft Engine Design PDF

WILLIAM H. HEISER is Professor of Aeronautics Emeritus at the U.S. Air Force Academy and has held senior technical and advisory positions in an over 50-year balanced career in academia, government, and industry. He holds a B.S. from Cooper Union, a M.S. from California Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, all in M.E. He is an Honorary Fellow of the AIAA.

KEITH M. BOYER is Vice President for Propulsion for Practical Aeronautics, Inc. He has 40 years’ experience in aircraft and engines including flight line, unit-level and depot-level maintenance, research and development, test and analysis, sustainment, systems engineering, logistics, supply chain, and multinational requirements management. In over 32 years in the Air Force, he taught at the U.S. Air Force Academy and was an adjunct faculty member at the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School in the 2000s. He is co-author of the textbook Elements of Propulsion: Gas Turbines and Rockets, Second Edition. He holds a Ph.D. in M.E. from Virginia Tech.

BRENDA A. HAVEN is Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZ, where she has received recognition including the Outstanding Teacher Award and the President’s Special Recognition for Excellence Award. Her previous experience includes 25 years of active duty service in the U.S. Air Force with assignments in the F-15 Program Office, Wright Aeronautical Laboratory Propulsion Lab, U.S. Air Force Academy, and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. She holds an M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of Washington.

DAVID T. PRATT is Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington. He holds a B.S. in M.E. from the University of Washington, and M.S. in Aeronautical Sciences and Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.

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