Conference of National Aviation University, AVIATION IN THE XXI-st CENTURY 2018

Font Size: 
Exergy Analysis of PT6 Engines In Specific Temperature of Cruise Process

Last modified: 2018-10-25


Exergy Analysis, Thermodynamic Modelling, Turboprop Engines


  1. Y. ŞÖHRET and T. H. KARAKOÇ, “Thermodynamic Modeling of Gas Turbine Aircraft Engines,” Bilecik Şeyh Edebali University Journal of Sciences, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 29–36, Apr. 2014.
  2. Ibrahim Dincer and Marc A. Rosen, 2012. Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development.
  3. Turan, O., “Exergetic effects of some design parameters on the small turbojet engine for unmanned air vehicle applications”, Energy, vol. 46, pp. 51-61, 2012.
  4. Zarifi et al., 2013. Current and future energy and exergy efficiencies in the Iran’s transportation sector.
  5. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6-A Turboprop Instruction Manual, page 16,CANADA
  6. Turgut, E.T., Karakoc, T.H., Hepbasli, A., “Exergoeconomic analysis of an aircraft turbofan engine”, International Journal Of Exergy, vol. 6, pp. 277-294, 2009.
  7. Xiang, J.Y., Cali, M. and Santarelli, M., “Calculation for physical and chemical exergy of flows in systems elaborating mixed-phase flows and a case study in an IRSOFC plant”, International Journal of Energy Research, vol. 28, pp.101-115, 2004.
  8. Cengel, Y.A., Wood, B., Dincer, I., “Is bigger thermodynamically better?”, Exergy An International Journal, vol. 2, pp. 62-68, 2002.
  9. Tai, V.C., See, P.C., Mares, C., “Optimisation of energy and exergy of turbofan engines using genetic algorithms”, International Journal of Sustainable Aviation, vol.1, pp. 25-42, 2014.

Full Text: PDF