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Chap 2.1 Power Plant and Related Systems

The basic engine consists of two major assemblies, what are they? A power section and a reduction gear assembly
The engine operates at a constant speed, therefore, engine power is related to what, which ultimately will vary according to the rate of fuel flow Turbine Inlet Temperature (TIT) * An increase in fuel flow cause an increase in TIT and a corresponding increase in energy available at the turbine.
The Turbine absorbs energy and transmits it to the propeller in the form of what? Torque
In order for the propeller to absorb in the increased torque, the propeller will increase what in order to maintain constant engine RPM? Blade angle
Created by: Sam2121