GasTurb simulates the most important gas turbine configurations used for propulsion or for power generation. Virtually all gas turbine performance simulation problems can be solved with GasTurb, for example:
Use the program for teaching gas turbine thermodynamics. Employ instead of inaccurate sketches exact enthalpy-
The program is ideal for self study by students, for diploma and even for thesis work. Many scientific publications presented at international conferences like the yearly Turbo Expo (organized by the International Gas Turbine Institute IGTI) or the International Symposium of Air Breathing Engines ISABE have been prepared with GasTurb.
Creating a precise simulation of a real engine based on usually limited information is not difficult if only a single operating point is considered. Extending the single point simulation to off-
GasTurb offers help for engineers who must examine data measured on a gas turbine in service or on a test bed. If the behavior of an engine is not as expected then “What if ...” studies can help finding out the reason for the extraordinary behavior.
Go through the various pages of this site to learn more about some further simulation problems GasTurb can help to solve.