A new combustor and emission model for the gas turbine simulation program GSP This report, initially written by S.C.A. Kluiters and W.P.J. Visser, has been updated and extended by E.R. Rademaker and describes the implementation of NASA's thermo-chemical gas model in GSP's object oriented gas turbine performance modeling environment.
Generic Analysis Methods for Gas Turbine Engine Performance: The development of the gas turbine simulation program GSP The development of the GSP gas turbine simulation program is described in the dissertation of one of the main developers of GSP in a modern RAD programming language, Dr. W.P.J. Visser. The dissertation is called: “Generic Analysis Methods for Gas Turbine Engine Performance: The development of the gas turbine simulation program GSP”.
A generic approach for gas turbine adaptive modeling This publication, titled “A generic approach for gas turbine adaptive modeling”, is based on a presentation that was presented at the ASME Turbo Expo 2004, 14-17 June 2004 in Vienna, Austria. The publication describes the development (and demonstration using GSP as a platform) of a generic adaptive modeling functionality into an object oriented gas turbine performance system modeling environment.
GSP, a Generic Object-Oriented Gas Turbine Simulation Environment The GSP Technical Paper titled "GSP, a Generic Object-Oriented Gas Turbine Simulation Environment" was presented as ASME-2000-GT-0002 at the ASME Turbo Expo 2000, 8-11 May 2000 in Munich, Germany, and gives a comprehensive description of the GSP environment and illustrative examples ranging from simple to complex. This publication is based on the presentation held at the ASME Turbo Expo 2000.
Modelling the effects of operating conditions and alternative fuels on gas turbine performance and emissions This report is based on a presentation held at the RTO-AVT “Gas Turbine Engine Combustion, Emissions and Alternative Fuels” symposium, Lisbon, Portugal, 12-16 October 1998. The publication describes the extended gas model of GSP and the development of a (multi-reactor) combustor model that models combustion, mixing, steam/water-injection and effects on emission formation using semi-empirical models for the reaction kinetics.
Gas turbine engine simulation at NLR This publication is based on a presentation that was presented at the CEAS Symposium on Simulation Technology "Making it REAL", 30 October - 01 November 1995 in Delft, the Netherlands, and gives an overview of the NLR approach towards engine modelling for both real-time engine simulation and (off-line) performance analysis using NLR's gas turbine simulation program GSP.