What is the cycle of a gas turbine?

The cycle of operation of a gas turbine is similar to that of a piston internal combustion engine. The only difference is that in a piston internal combustion engine, its four strokes occur sequentially in time in one place – the cylinder, and in a gas turbine the same strokes occur simultaneously in different sections: air intake and compression – in the compressor, fuel combustion – in the combustion chamber, the working stroke is in the turbine and the outlet is in the exhaust nozzle.

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