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Analysis of gas turbine rotor blade tip and shroud heat transfer

A. A. Ameri

Analysis of gas turbine rotor blade tip and shroud heat transfer

by A. A. Ameri

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementA.A. Ameri, E. Steinthorsson.
SeriesICOMP -- 96-9., [NASA contractor report] -- 198541., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198541.
ContributionsSteinthorsson, Erlendur., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17593523M
OCLC/WorldCa41970343

Key words: Turbine Blade; Structural Analysis; v5, ANSYS 1. INTRODUCTION Gas Turbine The gas turbine is a power plant, which produces a great amount of energy for its size and weight. The gas turbine has found increasing service in the past 40 years in the power industry both among utilities and merchant plants. Heat Transfer. Analysis o. f Gas Turbine Rotor. Blade. Cooling. Through Staggered Hole. s. u. sing. CFD * M. Tech Student Department o. Assistant. Abstract: turbines using three spoolsIn a gas turbine engine, the turbine blade operated higher temperature then the melting point of the bladeCited by: 2.

Heat Transfer and Flow on the Blade Tip of a Gas Turbine Equipped With a Mean-Camberline Strip Heat Transfer and Flow on the Blade Tip of a Gas Turbine Equipped with a Mean-Camberline Strip A. A. Ameri a similar feature found in an actual turbine shroud. The instrumented blade has a rounded edge of mm radius. The tip. This article provides an overview of some recent progress in understanding HP turbine blade shroudless tip heat transfer and aerodynamics, especially in a transonic regime. The review is mostly based on the experimental and numerical efforts the authors have been involved in during the past ten years. Some fundamental flow physics especially in high speed Over-TipLeakage (OTL) flows are.

Numerical analysis of blade tip leakage flow and shroud heat transfer in gas turbine engines. By Md. Hamidur Rahman. One of the most critical components of gas turbine engines, rotor blade tip and casing, is exposed to high thermal load. It is a significant challenge to the designer to protect the turbine material from this severe : Md. Hamidur Rahman. HEAT TRANSFER AND FILM COOLING ON A GAS TURBINE BLADE AND SHROUD A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of theAuthor: Onieluan Tamunobere.


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Analysis of gas turbine rotor blade tip and shroud heat transfer by A. A. Ameri Download PDF EPUB FB2

Predictions of the ram of heat transfer to the tip and shroud of a gas turbine rotor blade are presented. The simulations are performed with a multiblock computer code which solves the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equations. The effect of inlet boundary layer thickness as well as rotation rate on the tip and shroud heat transfer is examined.

The predictions of the blade tip. Predictions of the rate of heat transfer to the tip and shroud of a gas turbine rotor blade are presented. The simulations are performed with a multiblock computer code which solves the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equations.

The effect of inlet boundary layer thickness as well as rotation rate on the tip and shroud heat transfer is by: Predictions of the rate of heat transfer to the tip and shroud of a gas turbine rotor blade are presented.

The simulations are performed with a multiblock computer code which solves the Reynolds. Predictions of the rate of heat transfer to the tip and shroud of a gas turbine rotor blade are presented.

The simulations are performed with a multiblock computer code which solves the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equations. The effect of inlet boundary layer thickness as well as rotation rate on the tip and shroud heat transfer is examined.

The predictions of the blade tip and shroud heat. Experimental investigations are performed to measure the detailed heat transfer coefficient and static pressure distributions on the squealer tip of a gas turbine blade in a five-bladed stationary linear cascade.

The blade is a two-dimensional model of a modern first-stage gas turbine rotor blade with a blade tip profile of a GE-E 3 aircraft gas turbine engine rotor by: Heat transfer coefficient and static pressure distributions are experimentally investigated on a gas turbine blade tip in a five-bladed stationary linear cascade.

The blade is a two-dimensional model of a first-stage gas turbine rotor blade with a blade tip profile of a GE - E 3 aircraft gas turbine engine rotor by: Numerical Analysis of Blade Tip Leakage Flow and Shroud Heat Transfer in Gas Turbine Engines Md. Hamidur Rahman One of the most critical components of gas turbine engines, rotor blade tip and casing, is exposed to high thermal load.

It is a significant challenge to the designer to protect the turbine material from this severe situation. Detailed heat transfer coefficient distributions on a gas turbine squealer tip blade were measured using a hue detection based transient liquid-crystals technique. The heat transfer coefficients on the shroud and near tip regions of the pressure and suction sides of a blade were also by: The detailed distributions of heat transfer coefficient and film cooling effectiveness on a gas turbine blade tip were measured using a hue detection based transient liquid crystals technique.

Tests were performed on a five-bladed linear cascade with blow-down by: Design and Analysis of Gas Turbine Rot or Blade Using Finite Element Method 97 freedom at each nodeas sho wn below in figure 7, translations in the nodal x, y, and z directions.

The element has. One of the most critical components of gas turbine engines, rotor blade tip and casing, is exposed to high thermal load. It is a significant challenge to the designer to protect the turbine material from this severe situation. Leakage flow over the blade tip is also one of the important issues to improve the turbine performance.

To understand the detailed phenomena and natures of the heat Author: Md. Hamidur Rahman. A bstract: This paper presents a review of the publicly available knowledge base concerning turbine blade tip heat transfer, from the early fundamental research which laid the foundations of our knowledge, to current experimental and numerical studies utilizing engine‐scaled blade cascades and turbine rigs.

Focus is placed on high‐pressure, high‐temperature axial‐turbine blade Cited by: Get this from a library. Analysis of gas turbine rotor blade tip and shroud heat transfer. [Ali A Ameri; E Steinthorsson; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

The gas turbine blade tip clearance control problem, as related to the relative transient thermal displacement of stator-rotor elements, is reviewed in detail. The methods of critical tip clearance calculation, based upon transient heat transfer between turbine disks, shifts, nozzle case and engine housing, are presented.

Basic equations, assumptions and transient boundary condition selection Cited by: 1. The present application further describes a turbine blade that may include an airfoil, a tip shroud that is positioned at one end of the turbine blade, a coolant passage that extends through the airfoil to the tip shroud, and a continuous cooling cavity that is defined within the tip shroud and that is in fluid communication with the coolant by: A numerical study has been performed to simulate the tip leakage flow and heat transfer on the first stage of a high-pressure turbine, which represents a modern gas turbine blade geometry.

Prediction of heat transfer coefficients and stresses on blade surfaces keys a role in thermal design of a gas turbine blade. The present study investigates heat transfer and stress in a gas turbine blade with 10 circular internal cooling passages. 3D-numerical conjugated simulations using a FVM and FEM commercial codes, CFX and ANSYS are performed to calculate distributions of the heat Cited by: Therefore, gas turbine heat transfer and cooling research play a critical role in improving the gas turbine's performance and durability [6].

For film cooling, a secondary flow of cooler air from. Thermal Analysis of Second Stage Gas Turbine Rotor Blade of Second Stage Gas Turbine Rotor Blade. 1 method and show the effect of turbulators on heat transfer augment ation and.

Turbine blade flow and heat transfer analysis Gas turbine blades operate in high temperature, high pressure and high rotation speed, and are cooled by air flowing through internal passages. The flow field both in the mainstream and internal passages and heat transfer Cited by: 7.

position and exit angle) of shroud cooling channels facing the turbine blade tip. A combination of modeling vehicles was used to quantify the aerodynamics, the thermodynamics and resulting heat loads on the shroud.

This includes a 1-D gas turbine performance simulation model.Predictions of the rate of heat transfer to the tip and shroud of a gas turbine rotor blade are presented. The simulations are performed with a multiblock computer code which solves the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equations.

The effect of inlet boundary layer thickness as well as rotation rate on the tip and shroud heat transfer is examined. Modeling Heat Transfer in a Turbine Stator Blade - Duration: COMSOL 9, views.

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