publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

Gas Turbine Engine Behavioral Modeling

Richard T. Meyer; Raymond A. DeCarlo; Steve Pekarek; Chris Doktorcik;
Open Access
  • Published: 08 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: Purdue University
  • Country: United States
Abstract
<jats:p>This paper develops and validates a power flow behavioral model of a gas turbine engine (GTE) composed of a gas generator and free power turbine. The behavioral model is suitable for supervisory level (optimal) controller development of the engine itself or of electrical power systems containing gas-turbine-generator pairs as might be found in a naval ship or terrestrial electric utility plant. First principles engine models do not lend themselves to the supervisory level control development because of their high granularity. For the behavioral model, “simple” mathematical expressions that describe the engine's internal power flows are derived from an un...
Subjects
free text keywords: Gas turbine engine, Behavioral model, Power flow Control model, Power management, Energy management, Simulation, Fuel Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Energy Engineering and Power Technology, Nuclear Energy and Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Control engineering, Transient response, Control theory, Electric power system, Gas generator, Engineering, business.industry, business, Time derivative, Automotive engineering, Behavioral modeling, Gas compressor
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

Gas Turbine Engine Behavioral Modeling

Richard T. Meyer; Raymond A. DeCarlo; Steve Pekarek; Chris Doktorcik;