What is Difference between open cycle and closed cycle gas turbine?

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The open cycle exausts the gases (produced by combustion) directly to atmosphere, sometimes the heat can be reclaimed to be utilised in a combined system (Rankine cycle added to gas cycle). Where as the closed cycle will reuse the gasses from the exaust instead.
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