Rotating Water Table for the Determination of Non-Steady Forces in a Turbine Stage Through Modified Hydraulic Analogy
Keywords: Modified hydraulic analogy, Hydraulic analogy
AbstractDetermination of non-steady forces in a real turbine stage is difficult due to the local flow conditions, for example high pressures, high temperatures and in-accessibility to the region etc. Experimentation in a real turbine is also prohibitive due to the costs involved. An alternate method of arriving at these non-steady forces through the use of modified hydraulic analogy is discussed. A rotating water table facility, developed and fabricated based on the principles of modified hydraulic analogy ia described. A flat plate stage is simulated on the rotating water table, and the results obtalned are presented.
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Rao, J., Raghavacharyulu, E., Seshadri, V., & Rao, V. (2014). Rotating Water Table for the Determination of Non-Steady Forces in a Turbine Stage Through Modified Hydraulic Analogy. Defence Science Journal, 33(4), 273-288. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.33.6182
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