Introduction to Aircraft Jet Propulsion

Course Description

Introduction to Aircraft Jet Propulsion by by Prof. A M Pradeep and Prof. Bhaskar Roy from the Indian Institute of Technology at Bombay

Jet Engine Cycles : Thermodynamic Analysis of real cycles.
Compressors and Turbines.
Combustion Systems.
Intakes and Propelling Nozzles.
Aircraft Engine Installed Performance, Sizing & Matching.
Ramjets, Scramjets and Pulsejets.

Introduction to Aircraft Jet Propulsion
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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1 Introduction & Development of Jet Aircraft Propulsion Play Video
2 How Aircraft Jet Engines make Thrust Play Video
3 Development of Jet Propulsion for Aircraft Play Video
4 Jet Engine Basic Performance Parameters Play Video
5 Turbojet, Reheat Turbojet and Multi-spool Engines Play Video
6 Turbofan, Turbo-prop and Turboshaft Engines Play Video
7 Ideal and Real Brayton Cycles Play Video
8 Jet Engine Cycles for Aircraft Propulsion Play Video
9 Cycle Components and Component Performances Play Video
10 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 1 Play Video
11 Analysis of Engine Real Cycles Play Video
12 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 2 Play Video
13 Thermodynamics of Compressors Play Video
14 Thermodynamics of Turbines Play Video
15 Axial Compressors: Two-dimensional Analytical Model Play Video
16 Cascade Analysis; Loss and Blade Performance Estimation Play Video
17 Free Vortex Theory; Single-Multi-stage Characteristics Play Video
18 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 3 Play Video
19 Elements of Centrifugal Compressor Play Video
20 Centrifugal Compressor Characteristics: Surging, Choking Play Video
21 Axial Flow Turbines; Turbine Blade 2-D (Cascade) Analysis Play Video
22 Multi-Staging: Axial Turbine; Turbine Cooling Technology Play Video
23 Radial Turbine Aerodynamics & Thermodynamics; Losses Play Video
24 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 4 Play Video
25 Types of Combustion Chambers: Mechanism & Parameters Play Video
26 Pr. Loss, Combustion Efficiency; Combustion Intensity Play Video
27 Practical Combustion System; Stability, Fuel Injection Play Video
28 Intakes for Powerplant: Transport / Military Aircraft Play Video
29 Subsonic, Transonic, Supersonic Intake Designs Play Video
30 Nozzle: Fixed and Variable Geometry Nozzles Play Video
31 C-D Nozzle and Their Uses Play Video
32 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 5 Play Video
33 Engine Off Design Operations Play Video
34 Aircraft Engine Component Matching: Dimensional Analysis Play Video
35 Engine Component Matching and Sizing Play Video
36 Installed Performance of Engine Play Video
37 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 6 Play Video
38 Use of Ramjets and Pulsejets in Aircraft Propulsion Play Video
39 Thermodynamic Cycle & Performance Parameters Play Video
40 Flow in Diffusers, Combustors and Nozzles Play Video
41 Performanace and Design of Ramjet & Scramjet Engines Play Video
42 Jet Propulsion Tutorial 7 Play Video
43 Future of Aircraft Propulsion Play Video

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