by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Arthur J. Glassman.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 195454., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-195454.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Enhanced Analysis and Users Manual for Radial-Inflow Turbine Conceptual Design Code RTD,” National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center; Cleveland, OH, Report No. NASA-CRCited by: Prediction on performance of cryogenic turboexpander using meanline approach. Enhanced Analysis and Users Manual for Radial-Inflow Turbine Conceptual Design Code RTD. This radial-inflow turbine design analysis computer program is described herein. LOSS MODEL An important part of any turbine design problem is the estimation of losses. loss model used for this analysis is a modification and extension of the model used in reference 1. Accounted for by this model are the three-dimensional (profile plus end.  H. Rohlik, Analytical determination of radial inflow turbine design geometry of maximum efficiency, NASA report TN D, ().  C. Rodgers, R. Geiser, Performance of a high efficiency.
Development and Validation of a Radial Inflow Turbine Model for Simulation of the SNL S-CO2 Split-Flow Loop Aug ANL-ARC 13 1 Introduction The single-stage radial inflow turbine has applicability to energy conversion cycles across a range of shaft powers. In the Sandia National Laboratory S-CO 2 test loop a single-stage radial. Turbine design and application, edited by Arthur J. Glassman; Enhanced capabilities and updated users manual for axial-flow turbine preliminary sizing code TURBAN [mi Enhanced analysis and users manual for radial-inflow turbine conceptual design code RTD [microform] / Ar. A computer program written in FORTRAN that may be used for the design analysis of radial-inflow turbines was documented. The following information is included: loss model (estimation of losses), the analysis equations, a description of the input and output data, the FORTRAN program listing and list of variables, and sample cases. However, few studies have conducted the precise design of radial inflow turbines and investigated the performance of the designed turbines with numerical analyses for design and off-design conditions, Recently Sauret and Gu performed a pioneering study on the preliminary design and performance analysis of an organic Rankine cycle radial inflow.
A Systematic Approach to the Design of Radial Inflow and Nixed Flow Turbines by F. J. Wallace SUMMARY The report deals with 3 aspects of the turbine design problem: 1. A simplified one-dimensional steady flow treatment for performance predictions on simple and multiple admission. I11 THE AERODYNAMIC DESIGN OF AXIAl-FlOW i¡ 1I AND RADIAl-INFlOW TURBINES! ¡ I! i I By DR. A. DOUGLAS CARMICHAEL ADV ANCES in the performance of axial-flow and (3= Relative angle measured from axial direction, de-I radial-inflow turbines have come from the application of grees i basic fluid-dynamic principies. S. M. Futral and C. A. Wasserbauer, Off-design performance prediction with experimental verification for a radial inflow turbine, NACA TN D () Google Scholar E. A. Bridle and R. A. Boulter, A simple theory for the prediction of losses in the rotors of inward radial flow turbines, Proc. Inst. Mech. Engrs , Pt. 3H (/8) Google. A radial steam turbine of small dimensions is modeled using the software CFTurbo (CFturbo® Software & Engineering GmbH). The number of rotor blades (z r) and the rotor inlet diameter (d 1) are two major design have values close to the real values of a radial inflow turbine from basic important value is the rotor inlet diameter which was taken as mm.