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A blog on what's new, notable, and next in turbomachinery

Film Cooling In Turbines

Film Cooling In Turbines

By Song Xue
May 24, 2018

Turbine inlet temperature is one of the most critical parameters in the Brayton cycle of gas turbine engines. One way to increase the cycle efficiency is to increase the turbine inlet temperature, as...

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Is Laboratory Testing Still Needed for Turbomachinery Development?

Is Laboratory Testing Still Needed for Turbomachinery Development?

By Andrew Provo
May 17, 2018

Historically, testing has played a critical role in the turbomachinery design process and multiple rounds of “design, test, analyze, repeat” were not uncommon.  Today however, the industry seems to...

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Is the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Market Reaching Critical Mass?

Is the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Market Reaching Critical Mass?

By Dr. David Schowalter
May 11, 2018

There is obviously a huge amount of interest in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (sCO2) within the energy industry. One reason is because sCO2 Brayton power cycles operate in the same way as other...

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Great Designs Deserve to Shine

Great Designs Deserve to Shine

By George C. Zitka, P.E.
May 4, 2018

If you are a turbomachinery engineer, you know you can spend days, weeks, or even months analyzing various design iterations, looking for the optimal choice for the application.  When you go to...

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