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Characteristics of loaded fan rotor blade wakes
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||B. Reynolds and B. Lakshminarayana ; prepared for Lewis Research Center under grant NSG-3012|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 3188|
|Contributions||Lakshminarayana, B, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Lewis Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Characteristics of loaded fan rotor blade wakes. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type.
This paper reports the experimental study of the three-dimensional characteristics of the mean velocity in the wake of a moderately loaded compressor rotor blade. The measurements were taken with a three-sensor hot-wire probe rotating with the rotor.
The wake was surveyed at several radial and axial by: 5. This paper reports the experimental study of the three-dimensional characteristics of the mean velocity in the wake of a moderately loaded compressor rotor blade. The measurements were taken with a three-sensor hot-wire probe rotating with the rotor.
The wake was surveyed at several radial and axial by: Passages of Preceding Blade Wakes and their Effects in the Rotor Passages of a Single Stage Axial-Flow Fan S.
Manwaring, K. Kirkeng Investigation ofthe Boundary Layer Development on a Highly Loaded Low Pressure Turbine Cascade under the Influence of Unsteady Flow Conditions Role of Shock Structures in. Prediction of Hub Corner Stall Characteristics of a Highly Loaded Low Speed Single Stage Fan Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Thermal Science 20(2) June with Reads.
The VKI LS is a high-loaded rotor blade with a thick, rounded trailing edge originally designed for near-sonic exit flow conditions. This rotor blade has been extensively tested in various. A review of helicopter rotor blade tip design technology has been carried out with a view to undertaking subsequent computations to evaluate the performance of new tip designs.
The review starts by briefly looking at (fixed) wing tip design concepts and the underlying fluid mechanics on which they are based in order to see if there is any carry Cited by: a low pressure turbine blade (A.I.
Sayma, M. Vahdati, J.S. Green and M. Imregun). Experimental blade row interactions. Passages of preceding blade wakes and their effects in the rotor passages of a single stage axial-flow fan (T.
Adachi and Y. Yamashita). The Influence of Blade Tip Gap Variation on the Flow Through an Aggressive S-Shaped Intermediate Turbine Duct Downstream a Transonic Turbine Stage: Part I — Time-Averaged Results A. Marn, E. Go¨ttlich, R. Pecnik, F. Malzacher, O. Schennach, H.
Pirker. trailing edge of the rotor blades, designed to fill the velocity defect behind the rotor and to decrease the turbulent kinetic energy related to the wakes, so that broadband interaction noise should be reduced.
The design and implementation of the blowing device is first briefly described, as well as the fan stage experiment. The rotor efficiency, together with the other mean flow characteristics, deteriorates from 65 per cent of the blade span towards the casing, becoming less than 60 per cent and displaying a core that extends from the suction side of the wake towards midpitch where values of less Üian 30 per cent are found.
Turbulence characteristics Cited by: 1. A similar analysis is shown in Figure 10b for a reference outlet guide vane, which, due to the bladed fan, is affected by four fan blade passages during the plotted quarter rotation of the rotor. For the fan, at all temporal resolutions, the once per revolution sinusoidal oscillation of the blade loading due to the angle of attack of the Author: Arne Stuermer.
Twenty-one years have passed since the first symposium in this series was held in Paris (). Since then there have been meetings in Lausanne (), Cambridge (), Aachen (), Beijing (), Notre Dame () and Fukuoka ().
During this period a tremendous development in the field of. The inclined shape of the first rotor wakes exerts a positive effect on the acoustic characteristics of the fan. In fact, after passing the axial gap between the rows, the pressure disturbance becomes distributed over several blades of the second rotor thus resulting in lower pulsation amplitude, and consequently, in a lower acoustic emission Author: Victor Mileshin.
A Review of the Research on Unsteady Turbine Blade Wake Characteristics (English) A Review of the Research on Unsteady Turbine Blade Wake Characteristics Author / Creator: Shock-Wave Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction in a Highly Loaded Transonic Fan Blade Cascade.
Schreiber, H.-A. A Passive Flow Control to Mitigate the Corner Separation in an Axial Compressor by a Slotted Rotor Blade. Sungho Yoon, Rao Ajay Radial Variation in Distortion Transfer and Generation in a Highly Loaded Fan Stage From Near-Stall to Choke.
Daniel R Impact of Turbine Center Frame Wakes on Downstream Rows in Heavy Duty Low Pressure Turbine. The force F is generated by the wind's interaction with the blade.
The magnitude and distribution of this force is the primary focus of wind-turbine aerodynamics. The most familiar type of aerodynamic force is drag. The direction of the drag force is parallel to the relative wind. Typically, the wind turbine parts are moving, altering the flow.
On the Interactions of a Rotor Blade Tip Flow With Axial Casing Grooves in an Axial Compressor Near the Best Efficiency Point Radial Variation in Distortion Transfer and Generation Through a Highly Loaded Fan Stage. Daniel R. Soderquist, Steven E The Influence of Rotor-Wakes on Boundary Layer Development in an Axial Compressor and its.
This book comprehensively covers the relevant issues in green aviation. was the first dataset that captured the unsteady fan rotor/stator blade row interactions with the same single-channel LDV is the fourth measurement technique and was used to quantify the velocity characteristics and trajectory of the forward rotor wakes and tip Author: Kenneth L.
Suder, James D. Heidmann. Reynolds, B. Lakshminarayana, A. Ravindranath: Characteristics of the near wake of a compressor of a fan rotor blade, AIAA J. 17(9), – () CrossRef Google Scholar R.P. Dring, H.D. Joslyn: Measurement of turbine rotor blade flows, J.
Eng. Power– () CrossRef Google Scholar. Langley Research Center: Analytical investigation of the effects of blade flexibility, unsteady aerodynamics, and variable inflow on helicopter rotor stall characteristics / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ), also by E.
D. Bellnger, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and United.An Analysis of the Aeroelastic Behaviour of a Typical Fan-Blade With Emphasis on the Flutter Mechanism.
J. G. Marshall A Parametric Study of the Flutter Stability Characteristics of Turbomachine Cascades. H. Försching. GT ; VT14A Periodic Aerodynamic Response of Axial Fan Rotor Blades to Nonuniform Inlet Flow Fields. M.wind speed and the characteristics of the turbine being considered. For more information re‐ fer to .
While this does include wake expansion it does not consider other factors such as wake rotation. Several other models are currently in use and under development. The study of wind turbine wakes is broken into two parts: near wake and far.