NLR-TP-2004-391 A generic approach for gas turbine adaptive modeling

  title={NLR-TP-2004-391 A generic approach for gas turbine adaptive modeling},
  author={Walter J. Visser and O. Kogenhop and Maria P. Oostveen},
For gas turbine engine performance analysis, a variety of simulation tools is available. In order to minimize model development and software maintenance costs, generic gas turbine system simulation tools are required for new modeling tasks. Many modeling aspects remain engine specific however and still require large implementation efforts. One of those aspects is adaptive modeling. Therefore, an adaptive modeling functionality has been developed that can be implemented in a generic component… CONTINUE READING
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