A gas turbine, also known as a combustion turbine, is a type of continuous and internal combustion engine. The basic operation of a gas turbine engine is as such: atmospheric air flows through the compressor where it is brought to higher pressure. Here, energy is added by spraying fuel into the air and igniting it to create a high-temperature flow. This pressurized gas enters the turbine, producing a shaft work output used to drive the compressor. The unused energy comes out in the form of exhaust gases. Each part of the gas turbine has an important role in its operation, but the most critical components of it are the compressor, combustion chamber, and the turbine. This blog will explain each part as well as its role within the engine as a whole.

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