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Gas Turbines By Homework Help Classof1
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Gas turbines are steady-flow power machines in which a gas (usually air) is compressed, heated, and expanded for the purpose of generating power. The term turbine is the component which delivers... More > power from the gas as it expands; it is also called an expander. The term gas turbine refers to a complete power machine.< Less
Navy Gas Turbine Systems: Technician (Electrical) 3 & Technician (Mechanical) 3 - Volume 2 - (NAVEDTRA 14113) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: This course is designed to assist enlisted personnel in the advancement to GSE Third Class Petty Officer/GSM Third Class Petty Officer. In completing this course you will demonstrate... More > a knowledge of course materials by correctly answering questions on the following topics: gas turbine fundamentals, the LM2500 gas turbine engine, ship’s service gas turbine generator sets, engineering auxiliary and support systems, PACC and PLCC for DD- and CG-class ships, PCC and LOP for FFG-class ships, machinery control system for DDG-class ships, electrical plant operation, and auxiliary equipment and consoles.< Less
Wind Energy. Electron Jet Generators and Propulsions By Alexander Bolonkin
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In given book considered the topics: utilization wind energy at high altitude, transfer of energy from airborne wind turbines to ground surface, new non turbine electron wind and water electric... More > generators and propulsion system. Author offers a new method of getting electric energy from wind. A special injector injects electrons into the atmosphere. Wind picks up the electrons and moves them in the direction of wind which is also against the direction of electric field. At some distance from injector a unique grid acquires the electrons, thus charging and producing electricity. Author offers a new high efficiency propulsion non turbine system using electrons for acceleration of the craft. As this system does not heat the air, it does not have the heating limitations of conventional air ramjet hypersonic engines. Offered engine can produce a thrust from a zero flight speed up to the desired escape velocity for space launch. It can work in any planet atmosphere (gas, liquid) and at high altitude.< Less
Elhydro Power, Fuel System Generator, and Fuel System Booster By Phillip Scott
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US and International Patent Pending, Elhydro Power, Fuel System Generator, and Fuel System Booster, utilizes electrolyzed water to produce mechanical and electrical energy through vapors by the... More > process of electrolyzation (electrochemistry) which replaces the Fuel used or supplement the fuel use in any new or existing Residential and Commercial Building, Combustible Engines, Machinery, Commercial Fuel appliances, Heating and Cooling system, Power plant, Gas or Diesel Turbine, Generator, domestic and commercial Automobiles/Vehicles, lite and heavy duty Machinery’s/Equipment, Tractor Trailers, Boats, Ships even Aircrafts in addition to, supplying 70 to 85% or more of Electricity/Fuel to any Residential, Commercial or Industrial buildings in combination with or 100% independent of any Electric Power grid.< Less
Small-Scale Cogeneration Handbook: Fourth Edition By Bernard F. Kolanowski, BSME
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Newly updated in its fourth edition, this book includes a new chapter on the Organic Rankine Cycle and its use in various industries, and also a new chapter on pyrolysis, illustrating how to turn... More > solid or liquid material into a gas using pyrolysis in commercially available technology. Also included is material on the advent of the fuel cell in cogeneration plus the all the latest cogeneration technologies. This comprehensive reference provides a wealth of information to assist in evaluating the feasibility and potential benefits of cogeneration for your facility. Covered in detail are regulatory developments and their impact, system selection and sizing, permitting requirements, operation and maintenance, financing, technology basics, micro turbines, absorption chillers, distributed generation and case histories.< Less
Green Energy: The Complete Guide to Alternative Energy By Aaron Harris
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Today, we are now aware of the effects of global warming. Fortunately, it’s not too late and we can still change which is why many are pushing for green energy sources. The advantage of using... More > green energy sources is that it is clean so it does not emit anything harmful into the air which has an impact on the environment. It is also renewable which means we will never run out of it unlike oil which is expected to dry up in a decade or so. Although green energy facilities are expensive to build, it requires less maintenance so you don’t have to shell out a lot of money to operate it. For a very long time, we have relied on fossil fuels. It provides heat to our homes, gas for our cars and electricity. Since we are now using it more than ever, there is a consequence. We are depleting our resources and slowly killing our planet. Fortunately, we can change our ways and then shift our attention to green energy sources.< Less
Navy Aviation Support Equipment Technician (AS) - NAVEDTRA 14329 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: Provides basic information on support equipment mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and cryogenic systems. CHAPTER 1. The Aviation Support Equipment (As) Rating..1-1 2.... More > Chassis And Attaching Systems... 2-1 3. Principles Of Internal Combustion Engines... 3-1 4. Internal Combustion Engine Fuel Systems .4-1 5. Internal Combustion Engine Cooling And Lubricating Systems.5-1 6. Automotive Electrical Systems And Equipment.6-1 7. Power Generating Systems . 7-1 8. Hydraulic Systems And Equipment .. 8-1 9. Pneumatics .. 9-1 10. Liquid And Gaseous Oxygen Systems And Equipment . 10-1 11. Mobile Air-Conditioners.. 11-1 12. Gas Turbine Compressors . 12-1 13. Shipboard Flight deck Equipment. 13-1< Less