stwrv2(j,:)=stwrv;
w1Uv2(j,:)=w1Uv;
end
plot(cz,stwrv2(1,:),'b')
hold on
plot(cz,stwrv2(2,:),'r')
hold on
plot(cz,stwrv2(3,:),'k')
hold on
plot(cz,stwrv2(4,:),'g')
hold on
plot(cz,stwrv2(5,:),'y')
figure
plot(cz,w1Uv2(1,:),'b')
hold on
plot(cz,w1Uv2(2,:),
Step 3 of 6
(b)
Calculate the first derivative of the equation in terms of
using the chain rule from the
appendix C-1.
Substitute
for the value of y.
Therefore the value of
in terms of
is
.
Comment
Step 4 of 6
Calculate the second derivative of the equati
Step 3 of 17
Derive the expression for displacement using the following relation.
Substitute 2t for v.
Therefore, acceleration is constant from
.
Comment
Step 4 of 17
Draw the a-t graph as shown in the following figure.
Comments (1)
Step 5 of 17
(b)
Deriv
g) Determine a at s = 1 m.
Step-by-step solution
Step 1 of 17
(a)
Derive the expression for displacement using the following relation.
Here,
is the displacement,
is the displacement at
time.
Substitute 0 for
and 2t for v.
Calculate the value of s when
.
C
Therefore, the displacement at
is
.
Comment
Step 12 of 17
Write the expression for acceleration.
But, for
,
Substitute 0 for
.
and
for
Therefore, the acceleration at
.
is
.
Comment
Step 13 of 17
(e)
Derive the expression for velocity when
Here,
is the vel
Step 6 of 17
Draw the a-t and v-t graphs as shown in the following figure.
Comment
Step 7 of 17
(c)
Derive the expression for velocity as follows.
Here,
is the velocity at
Substitute
.
for a and 0 m/s for
Calculate the velocity at
.
.
Comment
Step 8 of 17
Therefore the following relation is applied for the change in the tangential absolute velocity:
Step 3 of 8
Determine the work ratio,
Substitute
The work ratio,
for
and
by using the following relation:
for
.
is determined as:
Step 4 of 8
The work ratio ca
The variable
can be expressed as
.
Step 7 of 8
Substitute
for
.
The rotor inlet relative inlet Mach number at the tip diameter,
is determined as:
Step 8 of 8
The outlet angle of the inlet guide vanes,
Substitute
for
and
is determined by using the followin
int=1
beta1=[30:int:70]
beta1a=beta1/180*pi
beta2=atan(2-tan(beta1a)
beta2deg=beta2/pi*180
plot(beta1,beta2deg)
Comment
Step 4 of 8
The plot of inlet and outlet relative flow angle is shown in the following figure:
Comment
Step 5 of 8
By considering the t
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Calculate the degree of reaction at tip radius, by using the following relation:
Chapter 7, Problem 13P
Here, the relative inlet velocity at tip radius is
is
, and the relative outlet velocity at tip radius
.
The following relation is applie
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Substitute
for
and
for
.
The distribution with radius of the tangential velocity ratio at outlet to the rotor,
is
determined by using the work ratio equation.
Step 5 of 8
The relative inlet Mach number,
is determined by using the following relation:
(2)
Comment
Step 9 of 17
Derive the expression for displacement as follows.
Here,
is the displacement at
Substitute
.
for v and 0 m/s for
Calculate the displacement at
.
.
Comment
Step 10 of 17
Draw the s-t graph as shown in the following figure.
Comment
Step
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Step 15 of 17
Draw the v-t graph as shown in the following figure.
Comment
Step 16 of 17
(f)
Derive the expression for velocity as follows:
Here,
is the velocity at
Substitute
for
Therefore, velocity at
.
,
for a, and
for s.
is .
Comment
Step 17 o
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Substitute
for the value of y.
Therefore the value of
in terms of
is
.
Comment
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