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- A prototype gas turbine engine simulation has been developed that offers a generalized framework for the simulation of engines subject to steady-state and transient operating conditions. The prototype is in preliminary form, but it successfully demonstrates the viability of an object-oriented approach for generalized simulation applications. Although object oriented programming languages are-relative to FORTRAN-somewhat austere, it is proposed that gas turbine simulations of an interdisciplinary nature will benefit significantly in terms of code reliability, maintainability, and manageability. This report elucidates specific gas turbine simulation obstacles that an object-oriented framework can overcome and describes the opportunity for interdisciplinary simulation that the approach offers.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19930016484.
Accession ID: 93N25673.
Annual Pittsburgh Conference on Modeling and Simulation; 30 Apr. - 1 May 1992; Pittsburgh, PA; United States.
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