1 Theory of Gas Turbine Engines

1.1 General
1.2 Laws of Motion
1.3 Theory of Jet Propulsion
1.4 Theory of Gas Turbine Engines
1.5 Summary

2 Principles of Operation

2.1. General
2.2. Otto and Brayton Cycles
2.3 Brayton Cycle of Operation
2.4 Turbojet
2.5. Turboprop Engine and Turboshaft Engine
2.6 Advantages of Turbine Engines
2.7 Disadvantages of Turbine Engines
2.8 Summary

3 Major Engine Sections

3.1. General
3.2. Engine Terminology
3.3 Air Inlet Section
3.4 Compressor Section
3.5 Compressor Construction
3.6 Combustion Section
3.7 Turbine Section
3.8 Turbine Construction
3.9 Exhaust Section
3.10 Summary

4 Fuel Systems and Components

4.1 Introduction
4.2 General
4.3 Fuel Controls
4.4 Fuel Pumps
4.5 Starting-Fuels System
4.6 Main Fuel System
4.7 Fuel Nozzles
4.8 Fuel Filters
4.9 Pressurizing and Drain Dump Valves
4.10 Fuel Oil-Cooler
4.11 Summary

5 Lubrication Systems

5.1 General
5.2 Lubricating Systems
5.3 Oil Tanks
5.4 Pressure Pumps
5.5 Scavenge Pumps
5.6 Filters
5.7 Oil Cooler
5.8 Spray Oil Jets
5.9 Summary

6 Ignition Systems and Engine Instrumentation

6.1 General
6.2 Ignition Unit
6.3 Igniters
6.4 Internal Cooling System
6.5 Engine Instrumentation
6.6 Summary

7 Testing, Inspection, and Maintenance

7.1 Engine Maintenance Precautions
7.2 Maintenance Procedures
7.3 Cleaning Engine Assembly
7.4 Cleaning Compressor Rotor Blades
7.5 Overhaul and Repair
7.6 Storage and Preservation
7.7 Turbine Engine Troubleshooting
7.8 Summary

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