2 edition of experimental investigation of nucleating steam flow in a cascade of blades found in the catalog.
experimental investigation of nucleating steam flow in a cascade of blades
M. A. Sirag
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Mechanical Engineering, 1988.
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Investigation of the comprehensive performance of turbine stator cascades with heating endwall fences K. VigneyThermodynamic wetness loss calculation in nozzle and turbine cascade: nucleating steam flow. Heat Mass Transf (4) (), pp. M.R. MahpeykarInvestigating the entropy generation in condensing steam flow in turbine blades Cited by: turbine nucleating and wet flow conditions requires a supply of supercooled steam; this features that are absent from superheated flows. Experimental Investigation The experimental work was developed to provide means for validating the theoretical nucleation in a last stage of steam turbine cascade blade. Experimental study was prepared.
The Influence of Blade Lean on Straight and Annular Turbine Cascade Flow Field Gabriele D’Ippolito, Flow Visualization in a Linear Turbine Cascade of High Performance Turbine Blades,” Experimental Investigation of Flow Structure and Nusselt Number in a Low-Speed Linear Blade Passage With and Without Leading-Edge by: 8. A new dual-fluid model was proposed considering the phase transition along with the velocity slip between phases. Based on this dual-fluid model, numerical simulations were conducted on the flow field in 2D Laval nozzle as well as in Bakhtar cascade. The simulated results were shown to be of high consistency with the experimental results, but the existing difference still implied that the. A new dual-fluid model considering phase transition and velocity slip was proposed in this paper and the Cunningham correction was used in the droplet resistance calculation. This dual-fluid model was applied to the numerical simulations of wet steam flow in a 2D LAVAL nozzle and in the White cascade respectively. The results of two simulations demonstrate that the model is by: 3.
Experimental validation of condensing flow theory for a stationary cascade of steam turbine blades. On the performance of a cascade of turbine rotor tip section blading in nucleating steam. Part 3: Cai, X, Niu, F, Li, J. Investigation of wet steam flow in a MW direct air-cooling steam Cited by: 7. A two-dimensional section of the last stage of a steam turbine has been investigated experimentally in an annular non-rotating cascade facility as regards to its steady-state and time-dependent aerodynamic characteristics at design and off-design conditions. The unsteady experimental data obtained with the blades vibrating in the “travelling Cited by: 9. D.A. Simpson and A.J. White, Viscous and unsteady flow calculations of condensing steam in nozzles, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 26, 1, (71), (). Crossref, A Novel Hybrid Approach for Numerical Modeling of the Nucleating Flow in Laval Nozzle and Transonic Steam Turbine Blades, Energies, /en, 10, 9.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated Pdf validation of condensing flow theory for a stationary cascade of steam turbine blades. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, Vol.Issue.p.
Cited by: 6.Z. Q. WANG, W. J. HAN, W. Y. XU, “An experimental investigation into the influence of diameter-blade height ratios on secondary flow losses in annular cascades with leaned blades”, ASME Paper NoGT Google ScholarCited by: 2. White, AJ and Young, JB ebook Walters, PT () Experimental validation of condensing flow theory for a stationary cascade of steam turbine blades.
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