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Unformatted text preview: 1 Professor: Euiwon Bae Lecture Hours : MWF 1:30-2:20 in ME1130 Office Hours : MWF 2:30-3:30 in ME1091 Email : ebae@purdue.edu Phone : 765-494-6849 Course website : http://engineering.purdue.edu/ME200 ME200 : Thermodynamics I Lecture 18 :Turbines and compressor pumps 2 Outline Turbines Compressors and Pumps Examples 3 Turbines - Power generation device via fluid passing through blades and rotating the shaft - Ex : Power generation in power plants Gas turbine in power plants jet engines Hydraulic turbine in power plants 4 Modeling -Typical assumption - - - - 5 Modeling 0 = ? + ? (? ? ? ) + ( 2 2 ) + ( ) Energy balance Mass balance ? = ? ? = 0 6 Example 1 steam turbines Steam enters a turbine engine at steady state with T1=800 F and P1=500 lbf/in2. steam leaves the engine with P2=0.8 lbf/in2 with x=0.93. Power of15,000 hp is generated and Q of 2.5x106 Btu/h. Neglecting the KE an PE, determine volumetric flow rate in ft3/h Example 1 steam turbines...
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