The gas turbine is one of the most widely used forms of propulsion systems for modern aircraft engines. The engine’s core—defined as the compressor, burner, and turbine—is also known as the gas generator, since the output is hot exhaust gas. The compressor and turbine are defined as the turbomachinery, where the energy is added or extracted from
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