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Int. J. Modelling, Identification and Control, Vol. , No. , 1
Modelling and simulation of gas turbines
Hamid Asgari1*, XiaoQi Chen2, Raazesh Sainudiin3
1,2Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Canterbury (UC), Christchurch 8041, New Zealand 1E-mail: email@example.com
* The author for correspondence
3 Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Canterbury (UC), Christchurch 8041, New Zealand
Abstract: Today, gas turbines (GTs) are one of the major parts of modern industry. They have played a key role in aeronautical industry, power generation, and main mechanical drivers for large pumps and compressors. Modelling and simulation of GTs has always been a powerful tool for performance optimization of this kind of equipment. Remarkable research activities have been carried out in this field and a variety of analytical and experimental models has been built so far to get in-depth understanding of the nonlinear behavior and complex dynamics of these systems. However, the need to develop accurate and reliable models of gas turbines for different objectives and applications has been a strong motivation for researchers to continue to work in this area. This paper focuses on major research activities which have been carried out so far in the field of modelling and simulation of gas turbines. It covers main white-box and black-box based models and their applications in control systems. This study can be a good reference for current and prospectus researchers who are working or planning to work in this fascinating area of research.
Keywords: Gas turbine; modelling; control; simulation; identification; optimization; dynamics; white-box; black-box.
Reference: to this paper should be made as follows: Hamid Asgari, XiaoQi Chen and Raazesh Sainudiin (2013) `Modelling and simulation of gas turbines', Int. J. Modelling, Identification and Control, Vol. x, No. x, pp. xxx-xxx.
Biography notes: Hamid Asgari is a PhD Candidate in Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Canterbury (UC). He received his M.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering from TMU and his B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from IUST. During more than 14 years of work experience in industrial companies, He has got different positions and responsibilities such as chief engineer, R & D expert, maintenance planning engineer and project coordinator. Mr. Asgari is a member of Iranian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ISME), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and Iranian Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (ISICE). His research interests include gas turbines, modelling, simulation, control, and neural networks. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
XiaoQi Chen is a Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Canterbury (UC). After obtaining his BE from South China University of Technology in 1984, he received China-UK Technical Co-Operation Award for his MSc study in Department of Materials Technology, Brunel University (1985 – 1986), and PhD study in Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, University of Liverpool (1986 – 1989). He was Senior Scientist at Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (1992– 2006) and a recipient of Singapore National Technology Award in 1999. His research interests include mechatronic systems, mobile robotics, assistive devices, and manufacturing automation. Email: email@example.com.
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