Static pressure in Compressor, Burner, Turbine


by roldy
Tags: burner, compressor, pressure, static, turbine
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Feb18-11, 05:28 PM
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I posted a question about this a couple days ago but I have since solved for the total temperatures in the compressor, burner, and turbine.

My question is this. How do I calculate the static pressure in the compressor, burner, and turbine when i know the following data at each station?

Known:
Mach #
Static Temperature
Total Pressure
Static Temperature
speed of sound
velocity
mass flow rate

I need to know the static temperature so I can calculate the density, which then leads to calculating the area.
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