Non-steady Force Measurement in an Orpheous Gas Turbine Engine Using Hydraulic Analogy
Keywords: Fabrication of Turbine Blade, Flat plates
AbstractDetermination of non-steady forces in a real turbine stage is difficult due to local flow conditions e.g. high pressure, high temperature and inaccessibility to the region etc. Experimentation in a real turbine is also prohibitive due to the costs involved. Recently, an alternative method of arriving at these non-steady forces through use of hydraulic analogy has been tried on flat plates. The paper describes the simulation of an orpheous gas turbine engine stage on the rotating water table. It discusses the modelling aspects and presents a comparison of the experimental and theoretical results obtained.
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Rao, J., Awasthy, K., & Sandhu, P. (2014). Non-steady Force Measurement in an Orpheous Gas Turbine Engine Using Hydraulic Analogy. Defence Science Journal, 35(4), 391-400. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.35.6043
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