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Unformatted text preview: MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems Lecture 4: Class Agenda o Turbo Machines Continued s Axial and Radial Flow s Sample Problems 1 o Pumps discussion (Graduate Student, Sean DeGennaro) Definition and Classifications o turbomachine device in which energy is transferred either to or from a continuous flowing fluid by the action of one or more moving blade rows. MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems 2 o examples: wind, hydroelectric, gas or combustion turbine o classified as compressors (or pumps) and turbines o turbomachine – o rotor MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems Analysis o power is torque times the rotation rate: o r ω = U = tangential velocity of the rotor at a radius of r. ( ) 2 1 2 1 u u V r V r m power ω ω τ ω = = & ower 3 o head change = power/mass flow rate= o V = absolute velocity, U= tangential rotor velocity, V r = relative to rotor, α = nozzle angle and β = blade angle: r V U V + = ( ) ( ) 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 u u u u V U V U m V r V r m power = = = & & ω ω τ ω ( ) 2 u 2 1 u 1 V U V U m power H = = & Turbo machinery o For axial flow turbomachines, the absolute velocity, V, can be broken into two components, V u and V a s turbine flow rate is controlled by the axial component is measured in the absolute, stationary observer MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems X,V a 4 s V is measured in the absolute, stationary observer s β is the blade angle s U is tangential rotor velocity s velocity with respect to the rotor is V r o for an axial machine: the inlet and exit radii are ~equal; r=r 1 =r 2 , U=U 1 =U 2 and V a =V a1 =V a2 Turbo machinery o For radial flow, the absolute velocity, V can be broken into two components, V u and V m s turbine flow rate is controlled by the radial component is measured in the absolute, non tating reference, MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems r,V m 5 s V is measured in the absolute, nonrotating reference, i.e. a stationary observer s β is the blade angle s U is tangential rotor velocity s velocity with respect to the rotor is V r Definition and Classifications o radial device: the path of the fluid is in the radial direction. In this picture, the flow enters the rotor radially MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems 6 Definition and Classifications o axial device: device where he path of the fluid in in the axial direction o in this illustration, the flow enters and leaves the rotor with axial velocity and very little radial velocity MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems 7 Definition and Classifications o mixed device: where fluid path is in the radial and axial direction MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems 8 MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems Example 1 Given an axial flow machine, where α 1 = β 2 =45 ° , α 2 = β 1 =30 ° , V 1 =V R2 & V 2 =V R1 Determine: 1) reaction, R and 2) whether the machine is a pump or turbine....
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