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Turbomachines

  • Peter O’Kelly
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Abstract

Rotating machines, specifically that group of rotating machines known as turbomachines, are widely used throughout the manufacturing, process and power generation industries for the forced movement of air, gases, fluids and steam. They encompass fans, pumps, compressors and turbines. Each includes a small number of sub-types which cover a large range of configurations, capacities and operating conditions.

Keywords

Pressure Ratio Axial Flow Compressor Induction Motor Axial Flow Guide Vane 
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  • Peter O’Kelly
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  1. 1.Costec Systems Pty Ltd.SydneyAustralia

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