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This course presented information and data that are intended to provide an in—depth
understanding of gas turbine engine transient behaviour, the modeling methods that are
applied to transient events and the simulation technology that supports the transient
analysis process. The lecturers represented a cross—section of contributors to the gas turbine
engine industry who have specialized in the study of transient engine behaviour.

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This course presented information and data that are intended to provide an in—depth understanding of gas turbine engine transient behaviour, the modeling methods that are applied to transient events and the simulation technology that supports the transient analysis process. The lecturers represented a cross—section of contributors to the gas turbine engine industry who have specialized in the study of transient engine behaviour.

The diverse nature of the disciplines that are applied to the study of transient be- haviour makes it necessary to examine the subject from at least three perspectives :

1. the application of the underlying technology to specific design and development con- V cerns,

2. the development of the mathematical 1nodels that support the various applications and,

3. the computer programmes that i1nplement the models and provide the analytical capability required by the different applications.

Topics that were addressed by the lecturers include an overview of the fundamental be- haviour of gas turbine engines, transient behaviour and its effect on engine operability and controllability, the nature of the models used to simulate engine transient behaviour, the understanding of transient behaviour required in specific applications, and the computer programmes and algorithms used in the engine simulation process.

The course material included background pertinent to the topics that were discussed. The course encompassed concepts that are of interest to both technical contributors and engineering managers.

The lecturers were l\/Ir. Barry Curnock, Chief of Performance Methods, Rolls Royce PLC, Dr. Peter McDonald, Engine Simulation Technology, General Electric Aircraft En- gines, and Mr. Peter McLaughlin, formerly with Pratt and Whitney and currently Director of the Simulation and Modeling Y/Vorkshop, Glastonbury, CT, USA.

These Lecture Series proceedings on Gas turbine engine transient behavior held at the von Karman Institute from May 10 to 12 and was edited by C.H. Sieverding in 1993

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