3 edition of Study of controlled diffusion stator blading found in the catalog.
Study of controlled diffusion stator blading
R. F. Behlke
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA-Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio
Written in English
|Statement||R.F. Behlke, J.D. Brooky and E. Canal.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 167995., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-167995.|
|Contributions||Brooky, J. D., Canal, E., United Technologies Corporation., Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Group. Commercial Engineering., Lewis Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
The objective of the present stator row, for example. Because of the potential of controlled-study was to compare the performance capabilities of a fan diffusion airfoil shapes to improve the airfoil's operating stator blade row having controlled-diffusion (CD) blade efficiency, they . The flow control mechanisms of the stator separations can be concluded as: the slot jet blows away separations on the rear part and the SS, and the VG further reduces the secondary flows on the forepart and the end-wall, so that both the two sources of separations initiated from the SS and the end-wall are mostly removed, leading to a.
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Study of controlled diffusion stator blading. Cleveland, Ohio: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, March (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R F Behlke; J D Brooky; E Canal; United Technologies Corporation.
Study of controlled diffusion stator blading: II. final report Author: R F Behlke ; J D Brooky ; E Canal ; Lewis Research Center, ; United Technologies Corporation. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: This thesis contains a detailed experimental and numerical investigation of second-generation, controlled-diffusion, compressor-stator blades at an off-design inlet-flow angle of 39%5c Investigation of the blades took place in a low-speed cascade wind tunnel using various experimental : Darren V.
Grove. The capabilities of a stator blade row having control led-diffusion (CD) blade sections were compared with the capabilities of a stator blade row having double-circular-arc (DCA) blade sections.
A CD stator with the same chord length but half the blades of the DCA stator File Size: 1MB. The controlled diffusion stator demonstrated a lower minimum loss over the multiple-circular-arc stator from the root to 70 percent span.
A surge diffusion factor of was reached at both the rotor tip and the stator : E. Canal, J. Brooky and R. Behlke. Pratt & Whitney Aircraft is conducting a test program for NASA in order to demonstrate that a controlled-diffusion stator provides low losses at high loadings and Mach numbers.
The technology has shown great promise in wind tunnel tests. The stator were designed so that the first mode frequency is sufficiently high to avoid low order (2E and 3E) and blade passing (24E) resonance at high speed.
The inlet guide vane, which is the same as tested during the previous program, has been run to 13, rpm. The compressor blading is entirely composed of controlled diffusion airfoils (CDA). At a maximum rotational speed of RPM, an overall total pressure ratio of at a maximum 2.
In this research a Controlled Diffusion (CD) compressor cascade stator blade is simulated at a Reynolds number of ∼, based on inflow velocity and chord length, using Large Eddy Simulation (LES). A wide range of flow inlet angles are computed, including conditions near the design angle, and at high negative and positive incidence.
At all inlet angles the surface pressure. The Design and Analysis of a Controlled Diffusion Aerofoil (CDA) Blade Section for an Axial Compressor Stator and Comparison with a Conventional Multiple Circular Arc.
Laminar-turbulent transition behavior is studied near the leading edge of an outlet stator blade in a low-speed stage axial-flow research compressor. The stator is a typical controlled diffusion design with a circular arc leading edge profile. Dunker, R.J.; Flow Measurements in the Stator Row of a Single-Stage Transonic Axial-Flow Compressor with Controlled Diffusion Stator Blades.
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The midspan section of a previously reported controlled-diffusion compressor stator has been experimentally evaluated in cascade. Measurements were taken over a range of incidence angles for blade chord Reynolds numbers fromtoThe controlled diffusion stator demonstrated a lower minimum loss over the multiple-circular-arc stator from the root to 70 percent span.
From the reviews: “The book treats a large class of fully nonlinear parabolic PDEs via probabilistic methods. The monograph may be strongly recommended as an excellent reading to PhD students, postdocs et al working in the area of controlled stochastic processes and/or nonlinear partial differential equations of the second order.
recommended to a wider audience of all students. Especially for the 3D blading designs, in the study of Taylor et al., it seems that the critical incidence varies with the magnitude of the 3D stacking, but in a real axial compressor stage, the flow angle at the stator inlet usually varies with the magnitude of the 3D stacking too.
Design and Analysis of Stator, Rotor and Blades of Axial flow Compressor | ISSN: V2 is less than V 1, showing that diffusion of relative Generate blade coordinates for stator and rotor for all stages Study its compressibility effects.
 Gelder T., Schmidt J. and Kenneth L., “ Design and Performance of Controlled-Diffusion Stator Compared With Original Double-Circular-Arc Stator,” NASA TM, Crossref Google Scholar  Sans J., Resmini M.
and Brouckaert J. Effects of Reynolds Number and Free-Stream Turbulence on Boundary Layer Transition in a Compressor Cascade An experimental and analytical study has been performed on the effect of Reynolds num-ber and free-stream turbulence on boundary layer transition location on the suction surface of a controlled diffusion airfoil (CDA).
The proposed passive control method, blade-end slots, is implemented to reorganize the blade-end flow in a highly loaded compressor cascade under a wide incidence range at M a = Both experimental and numerical investigations are conducted to validate the control effect and reveal the control mechanism.Full text of "A mapping of the viscous flow behavior in a controlled diffusion compressor cascade using laser doppler velocimetry and preliminary evaluation of codes for the prediction of stall" See other formats.R.
F. Behlke has written: 'Study of controlled diffusion stator blading' -- subject(s): Compressor front stage, Compressors, High mach number, Aerofoils, Controlled diffusion stator airfoils.