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Flows in non-rotating turbomachinery components

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

Flows in non-rotating turbomachinery components

presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, November 27-December 2, 1988

by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

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Published by ASME in New York, N.Y. (345 E. 47th St., New York 10017) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turbomachines -- Fluid dynamics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementsponsored by the Fluids Engineering Division, ASME ; edited by U.S. Rohatgi, A. Hamed, J.H. Kim.
    SeriesFED ;, vol. 69, FED (Series) ;, v. 69.
    ContributionsRohatgi, Upendra S., Hamed, A., Kim, J. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fluids Engineering Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ267 .A55 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 119 p. :
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2069806M
    LC Control Number88082866

    Test results are presented comparing the aerodynamic performance of single stage centrifugal compressors with thin flat plate, low solidity vaned diffusers to conventional thin vaned diffusers. The test data were acquired from a low Mach number process gas compressor and a high Mach number industrial air compressor. The data are all normalized relative to baseline vaneless diffuser results.   Main and secondary flows within and after the runner were analyzed, and the effects of the hub and tip clearances on the velocity fields within and after the runner were evaluated. Operation of the turbine at flow rates that are lower than the designed rate for the corresponding propeller curve resulted in vortex breakdown and the formation of Cited by: 5.

    James D. Heidmann () Chief, Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Branch David E. Ashpis () Low pressure turbine flow physics & flow control Donald C. Braun () Dynamic data acquisition, digital signal processing & algorithmic programmingFile Size: 2MB. Book May w Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure Author: Erik Dick.

    TURBOdesign Suite provides tools to designers to put them in direct control of aerodynamic design to streamline every step of the design process for turbomachinery components. TURBOdesign1 The code is applicable to all types of turbomachinery such as fans, pumps, compressors, turbines and torque converters in axial, mixed-flow and centrifugal. Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery Pages: Size: 15 Contents: CHAPTER 1 Introduction: Basic Principles CHAPTER 2 Dimensional Analysis: Similitude CHAPTER 3 Two-Dimensional Cascades CHAPTER 4 Axial-Flow Turbines: Mean-Line Analysis and Design CHAPTER 5 Axial-Flow Compressors and Ducted Fans CHAPTER 6 Three-Dimensional Flows in Axial .


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Flows in non-rotating turbomachinery components by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting Download PDF EPUB FB2

Flows in non-rotating turbomachinery components: presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, November December 2, Author: Upendra S Rohatgi ; A Hamed ; J H Kim ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

The objective of this book is to present the fundamental principles of turbomachinery fluid-thermodynamic design process of turbine and compressor components, power generation and aircraft gas turbines in a unified and compact manner.

The book provides senior undergraduate students, graduate students and engineers in Cited by: flows in non-rotating turbomachinery components presented at the winter annual meeting of the american society of mechanical engineers chicago, illinois november december 2, sponsored by the fluids engineering division, asme edited by u.

rohatgi brookhaven national laboratory a. hamed university of cincinnati j. kim electric power research institute. Developments in Turbomachinery Flow: Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans explores the forward curved squirrel cage fan as an excellent instrument for fluid mechanics research in turbomachines.

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Taher Schobeiri, Ph.D., is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station, where he studies fluid flow within turbomachinery components, behavior of turbomachinery systems, turbine performance, aerodynamics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics.

Schobeiri is received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from the Technical University Darmstadt in Germany, later Price: $ @article{osti_, title = {Design of radial turbomachines}, author = {Whitfield, A. and Baines, N.C.}, abstractNote = {This book describes the current technology and design methods for centrifugal compressors and radial turbines working in compressible flow.

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This functionality provides the ability to analyze the flow within the blade passages of a rotating device., and also allows study of the interaction between rotating and non-rotating geometry.

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has been cited by the following article. Turbomachinery presents the theory and design of turbomachines with step-by-step procedures and worked-out examples. This comprehensive reference emphasizes fundamental principles and construction guidelines for enclosed rotators and contains end-of-chapter problem and solution sets, design formulations, and equations for clear understanding of keyReviews: 2.

The book provides senior undergraduate students, graduate students and engineers in the turbomachinery industry with a solid background of turbomachinery flow physics and performance fundamentals that are essential for understanding turbomachinery performance and flow complexes.

"A Performance Analysis For The Vaneless Components Of Centrifugal Compressors", Flows In Non-Rotating Turbomachinery Components, ASME FED-pp. Kendall, R. M., Anderson, L. and Aungier, R. H., “Nonsimilar Solution for Laminar and Turbulent Boundary-Layer Flows over Ablating Surfaces,” AIAA Journal, Sept.p Turbomachinery flows are characterized by asymmetric jet–wake interactions and anisotropic flow structures, and these result in a complicated and three-dimensional flow, particularly at near-wall regions.

Implementation of intrusive velocimetry techniques such as Pitot tube and hot wire alters the near-probe flow.

J.R.J. Fagan, S. Fleeter: Comparison of optical measurement techniques for turbomachinery flow fields, J. Propulsion Power 10(2), – () CrossRef Google Scholar G.V.

Hobson, B.E. Wakefield, W.B. Roberts: Turbulence amplification with incidence at the leading edge of a compressor cascade, ASME GT () Google Scholar. The analysis of the flow-field within the rotating blades of a turbomachine is performed in a frame of reference that is stationary relative to the blades.

In this frame of reference the flow appears as steady, whereas in the absolute frame of reference it would be unsteady. This makes any calculations significantly more straightforward, and therefore the use of relative velocities and relative flow quantities is fundamental to the study of turbomachinery.

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Introduction: Dimensional Analysis: Similitude 2. Basic Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics: Definitions of Efficiency 3. Two-dimensional Cascades 4.

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