2 edition of aerodynamics of electric arcs in axial flow found in the catalog.
aerodynamics of electric arcs in axial flow
D. R. Topham
Written in English
Thesis(Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1970.
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In an axial flow compressor, each stage incrementally boosts the pressure from the previous stage. A single stage of compression consists of a set of rotor blades attached to a rotating disk, followed by stator vanes attached to a stationary ring. The flow area between the compressor blades is slightly divergent. Flow area between. Lecture 40 - Waves in 1D Compressible Flow. Lecture 41 - Normal Shock Waves. Lecture 42 - Propagation of Disturbances By a Moving Object. Lecture 43 - Linearized Compressible Potential Flow Governing Equation. Lecture 44 - Implications of Linearized Supersonic Flow on Airfoil Lift and Drag. Lecture 45 - Oblique Shock Waves.
10 February Aerodynamics Lecture 17 Profile drag qRelated to viscous effects of flow over lifting surface qAlso called “form drag” due to separation of boundary layer around the object’s form Source: Newman, Dava J., Interactive Aerospace Engineering and Design. The invention improves axial flow compressor rotor and stator blade durability by eliminating or reducing the coherent aerodynamic forces created by rotating stall. More specifically, the invention provides a method to mistune the rotating stall aerodynamics thereby preventing the formation of coherent unsteady loads.
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The aerodynamics of electric arcs in axial flow. By David R. Topham. Download PDF (3 MB) Abstract. A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy of Loughborough thesis investigates the behaviour of a d.c.
electric\ud arc under the influence of a number of different Author: David R. Topham. The aerodynamics of electric arcs in axial flow Author: Topham, David R.
Awarding Body: Loughborough University of Technology Current Institution: Loughborough University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text:Author: David R. Topham. A multidisciplinary optimization to simultaneously enhance the aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance of an axial-flow fan was performed.
Flow analysis through the axial-flow fan was conducted by solving three-dimensional steady and unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations with the shear-stress transport turbulence model.
Starting with the results for the unsteady flow Cited by: A multidisciplinary optimization to simultaneously enhance the aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance of an axial-flow fan was performed. Flow analysis through the axial-flow fan was conducted by solving three-dimensional steady and unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations with the shear-stress transport turbulence by: Fundamental aerothermodynamic equations derived in Chapter 1 may now be applied for aerodynamic design of axial flow compressors and turbines.
A typical sketch of an axial flow Author: W. Loh. The air stream in the axial fan moves along the axial direction of the fan. The mechanical energy of the driver is converted into spiral airflow at the fan discharge.
The air is pressurized by the aerodynamic lift generated by the fan blades, much like a propeller and an aeroplane wing (see Figure ). Although they can sometimes be used.
This paper describes the design, numerical verification and tests of a highly loaded single stage axial flow fan making use of extensive blade sweep in rotor and aerodynamics of electric arcs in axial flow book for acoustic reasons.
The tests include aerodynamic and acoustic investigations. The stage is a conventional free vortex design with unconventional blades of a special planform.
The paper presents a historical overview of the developments of aerodynamic design methods for low-speed axial-flow fans. This historical overview starts from the first fan applications, dating back to the 16th century, and arrives to the modern times of computer-based design techniques, passing through the pioneering times of aerodynamic theories and the times of designing before computers.
The same fundamental laws, if they were fully known, would apply to both internal and external flows, but there are at present considerable differences in practice between the data obtained, and the detail methods used, for the two categories of flow. This lecture attempts to cover in a general way the internal aerodynamic flow through gas.
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Contents: Section 1: Design, theory, and practice An history and overview of centrifugal 5/5(3). As electric/electronic devices get smaller and functional, the noise of cooling device becomes important.
This page will explain the origins of noise generation from small axial cooling fans used in electronic goods like desktop/laptop computers. The source of fan noises includes aerodynamic noise as well as operating sound of the fan itself.
Starting with basic principles in aerodynamics and thermodynamics, this book systematically expounds the recent research on mechanisms of flows in axial gas turbines, including high pressure and low pressure turbines, inter-turbine ducts and turbine rear frame ducts, and introduces the classical and innovative numerical evaluation methods in.
instabilities leading to a transition to an “arc” phase is reached. The threshold current for the development of the “glow-to-arc” transition depends on the operating conditions of the discharge.
Many aerodynamic ﬂow control applications would require plasma actuators to operate near atmospheric pressure. This favors ac operation over dc. Transonic axial flow compressors are today widely used in aircraft engines to obtain maximum pressure ratios per single-stage.
Fig. 1 shows the fan of the EJ engine as an example for highly loaded, high performance transonic rotors. Download: Download full-size image Fig. This book provides a thorough description of actual, working aerodynamic design and analysis systems, for both axial-flow and radial-flow turbines.
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For a single-stage variable-pitch axial fan, the aerodynamic performance and through flow with and without blade skewing are examined numerically. Simulated results show that the total pressure rise and efficiency increase by % and %, respectively, with the best forward-skewed angle of θ = 3° at the design conditions.
At the blade pitch angles of β = 29° and 35°, the. Influence of tip clearance on the turbulent aerodynamics of axial flow fan under off design conditions. Simulation of traditional composites under thermal loads; Design of solar powered long endurance flying wing; Particulate laden flow simulation in three dimensional axial.
A cascade is defined as an infinite row of equidistant similarly aerofoil bodies. The cascade is used to divert a flow stream with a minimal loss. The flow over an axial cascade presents a complicated intra blade fluid dynamic interaction that causes the flow to behave differently than the flow over a single aerofoil blade.
A cascade tunnel in which different shapes of cascades could be tested. Volume X of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series.
Contents include: Theory of Two-Dimensional Flow through Cascades; Three-Dimensional Flow in Turbomachines; Experimental Techniques; Flow in Cascades; The Axial Compressor Stage; The Supersonic Compressor; Aerodynamic Design of Axial Flow Turbines; The Radial Turbine; The Centrifugal Compressor; Intermittent Flow .Plasma-Based flow control on wind turbines.
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Plasma flow characterization in electric arc tunnels. The rotor blades turn the flow incoming in the rotor frame of reference at velocity v ri and diffuse it down to velocity v re. The stator sees the incoming flow at u re and diffuses it down to u se and turns it back to the axial direction.
The typical axial Mach number is around and the rotor angular Mach number (ωr/a) is kept as high as.