The gas turbine engine is a very complex device. Its high power to weight ratio has made it the propulsion system of choice in aircraft applications. It is also used extensively in the oil, gas, power and process industries. An understanding of the basic principles underpinning its design, operation and behaviour is essential for all engineers involved in the development, production, procurement and use of gas turbines.
The course provides delegates with an understanding of how different types of gas turbine produce useful power and how their output is influenced by a very wide range of operating conditions. The three major categories of gas turbine applications are covered, civil aviation, military aviation and mechanical power applications. When completing the course the delegate should be able to understand the influence of mission on the choice of gas turbine cycle and how gas turbines behave in a very wide range of operating conditions.
The course is intended for graduates of engineering, science or mathematics who are involved in the gas turbine or associated industries. Previous industrial experience is desirable.
Course will be delivered by experts in a classroom environment in the form of lectures and presentations. The course will also include engine performance simulation exercise and tutorials.
Crown Plaza, 1 Binara Street, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Attendees – USD 1800
Students – USD 450
Registration for these short courses are separate to the conference.
For more information or to register your interest please contact Karen Swan: