Motion of water induced by surface waves: As a wave passes along the surface of the water, the water particles follow elliptical paths. There is no net motion of the water, just a periodic, cyclic tra
An image of hurricane Allen viewed via satellite: Although there is considerable motion and structure to a hurricane, the pressure variation in the vertical direction is approximated by the pressure-d
Flow past an inclined plate: The streamlines of a viscous fluid flowing slowly past a two-dimensional object placed between two closely spaced plates 1a Hele-Shaw cell2 approximate inviscid, irrotatio
CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
301
To calculate the leakage flow, the coefficients for the expression of volumetric are
interpolated to be
C = 0.1094
n = 0.3564
so that
and the flow through the exit is
QR=-=0.123
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RADIAL INFLOW TURBINES
in which the blade stagnation Mach number is
U2
Ma
VrRToT
This is based on the inlet stagnation temperature as a reference value.
If at the exit the flow has no swirl compon
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171
and
P2V2 ~ P3V3 = R(T2 - T3) = 0.287 (1080.4 - 1003.9) = 21.9kJ/kg
In a normal stage the increase in kinetic energy across the stator is equal to i
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PRINCIPLES OF TURBOMACHINE ANALYSIS
relationship to energy transfer and reaction is developed. Thefinalsection is on the theory
of scaling and similitude, both of which are useful in determining t
FLOW AND LOADING COEFFICIENTS AND REACTION RATIO
173
Experienced turbomachinery designers choose the flow and loading coefficients and the
degree of reaction at the outset and then determine the flow
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STEAM TURBINES
The tangential component of the relative velocity entering the rotor is therefore
Wu2 = Vu2 - U = 845.7 - 226.2 = 619.5 m/s
so that the relative flow speed, since Wx2 = Vx2, comes o
STREAMLINE CURVATURE METHOD
A.1.2
435
Formal solution
Since Eq. (A.9) is nonlinear, it must be solved numerically. One way to carry this out is
to first find its formal solution. Ignoring the nonlinea
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RADIAL INFLOW TURBINES
* o i W 1
Figure 9.5 Velocity triangles and Mollier chart for a radial inflow turbine.
Next, integrating the Gibbs equation along the constant pressure lines p2 and p3 gives
CASCADE AERODYNAMICS
255
In addition to the axial and tangential components of forces, the lift and the drag force
are also shown in Figure 7.19. They are the forces that the blades exert on the fluid
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COMPRESSIBLE FLOW THROUGH NOZZLES
The equilibrium temperature Tu corresponding to pressure P2 is larger than T2, and the
amount of undercooling is given by Tu T^.
EXAMPLE 3.8
Steam expands from co
REFERENCES
451
41. J. C. Hunsaker and B. G. Rightmire, Engineering Applications of Fluid Mechanics, McGraw-Hill,
New York, 1947.
42. R. A. Huntington, Evaluation of polytropic calculation methods for
RADIAL EQUILIBRIUM
185
Solution: (a) The reaction at the mean radius of this stage can be obtained by adding
both parts of Eq. (6.16) together and doing the same for Eq. (6.12) and then dividing
one b
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COMPRESSIBLE FLOW THROUGH NOZZLES
100
10
0.1
0.1
1
10
Mach number M
Figure 3.4 Area and velocity ratios as functions of Mach number.
Solution: Since the mass flow rate and diameter of the duct are
Acknowledgments
The subject of turbomachinery occupied a central place in mechanical engineering curriculum some half a century ago. In the early textbooks fluid mechanics was taught as a
part of a co
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STEAM TURBINES
The flow angle of the relative velocity leaving the first rotor is /33 = 60.49, and
its relative velocity is
W3 = cR1W2 = 0.939 674.3 = 633.2 m/s
so that its components are
Wx3 = W
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RADIAL INFLOW TURBINES
(d) The stagnation temperature at the exit is
Tos = T02 - = 1015- ^ J Z = 882.0 K
cp
1148
and the corresponding temperature for an isentropic flow is
rr
^
To3s =T02
Wc
im_
=
CASCADE AERODYNAMICS
259
If the metal angle at the inlet to the stator is set at \2 =40.8, then the flow enters
the stator at zero incidence. If the metal angle is set, say, to \2 = 37, then the
incid
EXERCISES
217
Figure 6.23 Processes across a small stage.
The reheat factor can then be written as
RF =
Po,iv+i
Poi
^P
VP
(7-1)7P/T
P0,N+1
(7-l)/7'
POI
The relationship between the turbine efficiency
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PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUID FLOW
For a simple compressible substance, defined to be one for which the only relevant work is
compression or expansion, reversible work is given by
SWS
=pdV
BLADE FORCES
423
The azimuthal variation of the induction factor has been calculated by Burton et al. [13]
at four radial locations for a three-bladed wind turbine with the tip speed ratio of six. The
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PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUID FLOW
EXAMPLE 2.6
Air enters a compressor at p\ = 100 kPa and T\ = 300 K. It is compressed
isentropically to p2 = 1200 kPa. Assuming that there is no change in
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HYDRAULIC TURBINES
Figure 10.11 Kaplan turbine.
As the flow moves through the axial turbine its relative velocity is turned only moderately
and by differing amounts at the hub and the tip of the b
MOMENTUM AND BLADE ELEMENT THEORY OF WIND TURBINES
407
and Lissaman [82] to the brake range a > 1, by rewriting it as
Cx = 4a|l - a\
This explains the diskontinuity in the slope at a = 1. For a < 0, t
350
RADIAL INFLOW TURBINES
M,
Figure 9.13 Theflowangle of the relative velocity at the exit as a function of Mach number, with
<l>f as a parameter. The pressure ratio is poi/p3 = 2, with r/ts = 0.85 a
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HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION OF POWER
The flow through a coupling, as in other turbomachines, is dominated by inertial forces and
the influence of the Reynolds number on the torque coefficient is much w
RADIAL EQUILIBRIUM
241
0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0
(r-rh)/(fc-rh)
Figure 7.11 Normalized axial velocities before and after the rotor and reaction as a function of the
radial position on th