Unformatted text preview: nergy is added to the fluid as the fluid traverse from the fluid as the fluid traverses the rotor. (T d by the path of fluid flow, e.g. radial, axial or m e inlet conditions of a turbomachine are: Alpha1= V1 makes with U1, Beta1 = blade angle) 42.43 mph the inlet and outlet conditions of a turbomachine =Beta1=30°, V1=Vr2=30 mph, and U1 = U2. (A le) V2=(Vr2)(sin(beta2)) / (sin(alpha2) the inlet and outlet conditions of a turbomachine =Beta1=30°, V1=Vr2=30 mph, and U1 = U2. (A le) 0.50 ntinuous flowing fluid r. (FALSE: In a ses the rotor.) RUE) ixed. (TRUE) =45°, Beta1=30° and V1 e. Given: (Alpha = angle that V e. Given: lpha = angle that V...
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 Spring '11
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 Energy, 30 MPH, 45°, 30°, 42.43 mph

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