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Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages

Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages

February 9-12, 1998

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Published by Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Rhode St. Genèse, Belgium .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blades,
  • Interference (Aerodynamics) -- Congresses.,
  • Turbomachines -- Aerodynamics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementlecture series director, C.H. Sieverding, H.P. Hodson.
    SeriesLecture series / von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics -- 1998-02, Lecture series (Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics) -- 1998-2.
    ContributionsSieverding, C. H., 1939-, Hodson, H. P., Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ267.5.B5 B55 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21324756M
    ISBN 101563473348

    The focus of this dissertation is on turbomachinery blade vibration measurements and unsteady fluid-structure interactions. Vibration of turbomachinery blades are critical to jet engine durability and performance. The combined high natural frequency of the vibrations and long service life of modern jet engines can result in high cycle : Paul Louis Mikrut. Three-dimension losses and correlation in turbomachinery refers to the measurement of flow-fields in three dimensions, where measuring the loss of smoothness of flow, and resulting inefficiencies, becomes difficult, unlike two-dimensional losses where mathematical complexity is substantially less.. Three-dimensionality takes into account large pressure gradients in every . An Interactive Grid Generation Procedure for Axial and Radial Flow Turbomachinery ' A combination algebraic/elliptic technique is presented for the generation of three dimensional grids about turbomachinery blade rows for both axial and radial flow machinery. The technique is date include a two stage i.e., four blade row) Pratt and. Turbomachinery flow fields are inherently unsteady and complex which makes the related CFD analyses computationally intensive. Physically based preliminary design tools are desirable for parametric studies early in the design stage, and to provide deep physical insight and a good starting point for the later CFD analyses. Four analytical/semi-analytical models are developed Cited by: 3.


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Get this from a library. Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages: February[C H Sieverding; H P Hodson; Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.;]. Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages - Lecture Series By Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages book.

SIEVERDING, H.P. HODSON and Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics. The Computation of Adjacent Blade-Row Effects in a Stage Axial Flow Turbine GT A Comparative Analysis of Pressure Side Extensions for Tip Leakage Control in Axial TurbinesCited by: Blade row interference in axial turbomachinery stages February; C.H.

Sieverding & H.P. Hodson Table of contents. HODSON, H.P. - Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. The paper shows that at typical design operating conditions shock interaction from the upstream blade row is an order of magnitude greater than wake interaction and that with the design vane-rotor inter-blade gap the presence of the rotor causes a periodic increase in the strength of the vane trailing edge by: Nevertheless, the small axial gaps between the blade rows are responsible for strong potential flow interaction with the radial wake regions in the measurement planes.

Consequently, parts of the wakes of the first stator are clearly detected in the rotor outlet by:   The FL blades had approximately 10% greater total pressure loss when operated with unsteady wake passage.

Phase conditioned particle image velocimetry (PIV) measurements were made in the aft portion of the blade channel and downstream of Author: Benjamin T. Luymes, Qiang An, Adam M. Steinberg, Xuefeng Zhang, Thomas Vandeputte. Aerodynamic Interference Between Moving Blade Rows.

Effects of vane/blade ratio and spacing on fan noise. Turbomachinery Blade Row Interaction Aerodynamics and Forced Response Experiments. Sandy Fleeter; 43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit June Cited by: 4. Axial-flow Turbines: Two-dimensional Theory 93 Introduction 93 Velocity diagrams of the axial turbine stage 93 Thermodynamics of the axial turbine stage 94 Stage losses and efficiency 96 Soderberg’s Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages book 97 Types of axial turbine design 99 Stage reaction Diffusion within blade rows Choice of reaction and effect on File Size: 3MB.

Aerodynamic Blade Optimal Design Of Turbomachinery blade geometry and single stage or row flow conditions. For example, Singh et al () reported that closing the blade throat effects of single blade feature change to guide the future blade design.

A sweep blade is widely used both in turbines andFile Size: KB. Blade Row Interference Effects in Axial Turbomachinery Stages: Simulation of Unsteady Blade Row Interaction With CFD: Background VKI Lecture Series, February 9–Cited by: Comparison with Axial-Flow Turbines. In passing through a reaction-turbine blade row, the flow stream will continually lose static pressure and enthalpy.

The result is a corresponding rise in kinetic energy, making the process one of the flow-acceleration : Erian A. Baskharone. Blade Row Interference Effects in Axial Turbomachinery Stages: Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages book Row Interactions in Low Pressure Turbines Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Unsteady Flow Interaction in.

The axial compressor, on the other hand, while presenting the expense of its many blade rows, is geometrically ideally suited to the general flow requirements of a modern aircraft gas turbine engine that comprises an axial turbine and Blade row interference effects in axial turbomachinery stages book axial bypass fan, in addition to the multi-stage axial compressor.

In addition, the effects on rotor blade aerodynamic load are discussed at different pressure ratios, rotational speeds and ratios of stator-rotor blade number. The results show unsteady flow field area with lower speed is induced by stator-rotor interaction at rotor blade leading by: 1.

Publisher Summary. This chapter focuses on the three-dimensional flow in axial turbomachinery. An analysis called the “radial equilibrium method,” widely used for three-dimensional design calculations in axial compressors and turbines, is based upon the assumption that any radial flow occurring is completed within a blade row.

Passing wakes modelisation The unsteady effects of incoming wakes are modelled by an inlet boundary condition. This method allows to reduce the computational domain to one blade row. Moreover, if the rotor–stator blade count ratio is set tothe computational domain may be reduced to a single blade by: 4.

The influence and effect of a shock wave on the flutter characteristics of a turbomachinery blade row is described. High-fidelity numerical analysis is used to understand the behavior of. The nomenclature and methods of describing compressor blade shapes are almost identical to that of aircraft wings.

Research in axial compressors involves the inter effect of one blade on the other; thus, several blades are placed in a row to simulate a compressor rotor or stator.

Such a row is called a Size: 1MB. Turbomachinery blades require clearance gaps between the rotating and stationary components and these lead to leakage paths.

Figure illustrates the flow field over the tip of a rotor blade, although the flow through a hub clearance gap of a stator blade cantilevered. Blade-Row Interaction in a High-Pressure Turbine.

Effects of Axial Gap on the Vane-Rotor Interaction in a Low Aspect Ratio Turbine Stage. A Parametric Study of the Blade Row Interaction in a High Pressure Turbine Stage. 8 April | Journal of Turbomachinery, Vol.No. by: The study shows the ability of the CFD method to capture the complex blade-row interference effects in axial turbine stages.

The CFD simulation of 3-D steady flow in a linear turbine cascade, which is the Durham Test Case (ERCOFTAC F1), is first conducted. Lectures of the von Karman Institute are given by active specialists drawn from universities, research establishments and industries from all over the world.

Extensive course notes are published as proceedings in the VKI Lecture Series Monographs. On regular basis, thematic volumes are published in the Selected Special Topics, assembling the best Lecture Series.

stage, one only has to consider the blade passing frequency of the opposite row and its harmonics. Therefore a uniform time sampling leads to an orthogonal and invertible discrete Fourier matrix. In multi-stage turbomachinery, a row has to take into account a set of frequencies that depends on its.

flow within a typical passage of a blade row embedded in an axial flow multistage turbomachine. Historical Background Historically in order to make any headway in analyzing multistage turbomachinery flows it was necessary to assume thai each blade row had an infinite number of blades.

If the incoming and exiting flow is axisymmetric and indepen-File Size: 3MB. A new loss and deviation model for axial compressor inlet guide vanes Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Turbomachinery (7):TURBO July with 1, Reads How we. Influence of Shock Wave on Turbomachinery Blade Row Flutter.

Stall Flutter Simulation of a Transonic Axial Compressor Stage Using a Fully Coupled Fluid-Structure Interaction. Blade Row Interaction Effects on Flutter and Forced Response. Daniel H. Buffurn ;Cited by: 9. a preceding blade row, as shown in Figures 2 and 3.

Due to the momentum loss of flow near a blade surface, jets are fo rmed, as the flow leaves the blade row.

Intermixing of low and high energy flows might generate a velocity profile as shown in Figure 2. Figure 3 demonstrates the effect on the fo llowing rotor blade Size: 2MB.

Because of the potential technical advantages, the contra-rotation technology has become a renewed interest in aviation and other applications.

Contra-rotation increases efficiency in comparison with the single-rotor design, but this advantage is not fully harnessed. The axial spacing of two-stage contra-rotating blade rows has a significant impact on a contra-rotating Author: Hengxuan Luan, Liyuan Weng, Ranhui Liu, Dongmin Li, Dongmin Li, Mingwei Wang.

The new edition will continue to be of use to engineers in industry and technological establishments, especially as brief reviews are included on many important aspects of Turbomachinery, giving pointers towards more advanced sources of information.

For readers looking towards the wider reaches of the subject area, very useful additional reading is 4/5(3). An Examination of the Flow and Pressure Losses in Bfade Rows of Axial'Flow 'Turbines flows on the aerodynamic performance of a blade row and special attention is paid to to the nature of the flow and the magnitudes of the pressure losses in the blade rows of turbine stages formed a stumbling block in the path of the design of high File Size: 2MB.

S.L. Dixon B. Eng., Ph.D., C.A. Hall Ph.D., in Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery (Seventh Edition), Compressible flow through a fixed blade row. In the blade rows of high-performance gas turbines, fluid velocities approaching, or even exceeding, the speed of sound are common and compressibility effects may no longer be ignored.

Numerical Analysis of the Turbine Rotor Flow with the Unsteady Passing Wake from a Stator Blade Row Interference Effects in Axial Turbomachinery Stages Author: Eun-Seok Lee.

Accurate predictions of efficiency and aerodynamic stability of turbomachinery stages with strong blade row interaction based on transient CFD simulations are therefore of increasing importance today. A Review of Turbomachinery Blade-Row Interaction Research Todd E. Smith Sverdrup Technology, Inc.

The fluid dynamic environment of a blade-row embedded within multi-stage turbomachines is domir, ated by such highly unsteady fluid this experiment was to determine the effect of axial spacing on the wake-File Size: 1MB.

The blade row consists of N distinct blades which rotate about the duct axis at constant angular velocity ft = f_ee. In the absence of unsteady fluid dynamic forces, the blades are assumed to be identical in shape, identical in orientation relative to an axisym- metric inlet flow, and equally spaced around the Size: 1MB.

Passages of Preceding Blade Wakes and their Effects in the Rotor Passages of a Single Stage Axial-Flow Fan T. Adachi, Y. Yamashita Forced Response Vibrations of a Low Pressure Turbine due to Circumferential Temperature Distortions S.

Manwaring, K. Kirkeng. Close Drawer Menu Close Drawer Menu Menu. Home; Journals. AIAA Journal; Journal of Aerospace Information Systems; Journal of Air Transportation; Journal of Aircraft; Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics.

Blade row interaction effects The spacing between consecutive blade rows in axial turbomachines is usually sufficiently small for mutual flow interactions to occur between the rows. This interference may be calculated by an extension of the results obtained from isolated actuator disc theory.

@article{osti_, title = {Endwall and unsteady flow phenomena in an axial turbine stage}, author = {Gallus, H E and Zeschky, J and Hah, C}, abstractNote = {Detailed experimental and numerical studies have been performed in a subsonic, axial-flow turbine stage to investigate the secondary flow field, the aerodynamic loss generation, and the spanwise mixing under a stage.

Fatigue Failures Of Pdf Is One Of The Most Vexing Problems Of Turbomachine Manufacturers, Pdf Since The Steam Turbine Became The Main Stay For Power Generating Equipment And Gas Turbines Are Increasingly Used In The Air Transport.

The Problem Is Very Complex, Involving The Excitation Due To Aerodynamic Stage Interaction; Damping Due To. This is a very good question, and the answer is "it depends".

Since you are already using a stage interface, the rotor/stator interaction is captured, but depending on the spacing between the blade rows, the relative mesh densities can have anywhere from a minimal to a significant impact.i preliminary design tools in turbomachinery: non-uniformly spaced blade rows, multistage interaction, unsteady radial waves, and propeller horizontal-axis turbine optimizationCited by: 3.