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NACA investigations of gas turbine blade cooling.

Herman H. Ellerbrock

NACA investigations of gas turbine blade cooling.

by Herman H. Ellerbrock

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Published by Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

"Presented at sixteenth annual meeting, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, New York City, January 26-29, 1948" - inside front cover.

SeriesPreprint no.117
ContributionsInstitute of the Aeronautical Sciences. Annual Meeting,
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13762586M

Blade cooling was first brought into gas turbine in Conway in , since then, blade cooling has played a critical role in gas turbine. Cooling air is extracted from compressor and pumped to turbine nozzle guide vanes and blades, coolant flows through the blade cavities and takes away part of heat transferred from hot gas to blade surface, and Cited by: 7. In gas turbines, the combustion temperature and the fuel efficiency are limited by the heat transfer properties of the turbine blades. However, in pushing the limits of hot gas temperatures while preventing the melting of blade components in high-pressure turbines, the use of effective cooling .

Traditionally wind turbine blades have airfoil relative thicknesses of about 18% at the tip going to about 25% thickness halfway along the blade span. Airfoil thickness at the root can go up to 40% of the chord, then from the root there is a transition to a cylinder close to the by: 6.   The performance goal of modern gas turbine engines, both land-base and air-breathing engines, can be achieved by increasing the turbine inlet temperature (TIT). The level of TIT in the near future can reach as high as °C for utility turbines and over °C for advanced military by:

The effect of jet angle and velocity ratio on turbine blade film cooling A. K. Al Taie 1 & M. S. Kassim 2 1 University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq 2 University of Mustansiriya, Baghdad, Iraq Abstract This work is concerned with the thermal effect of the turbine blade by film cooling. The jet flow penetration and flow structure was simulated. streams on the cooling effectiveness for turbine blade film cooling. Denton [2] investigated the fundamental mechanism of aerodynamic loss pertinent to the trailing edge cooling design of turbine blades. At a basic level, the hot gas gets mixed to the surface, overheating the blades. Holloway et al. [3,4] found that trailing edge.


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NACA investigations of gas turbine blade cooling by Herman H. Ellerbrock Download PDF EPUB FB2

N.A.C.A. Investigations of Gas-Turbine Blade Cooling. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Search for more papers by this author Published Online: 30 Aug https: //doi Turbine Blade Cooling Simulation in the Gas Turbine Engine Simulation Code by: 2.

The blades, which are untwisted and of constant section(i.e.,untapered), are internally cooled by passing the coolant spanwise from root to tip through a multiplicity of small diameter holes within the blade.

Cooling air is ejected from the unshrouded blade tips into the main gas stream. gas to the blade must be picked up by forced convection in the cooling passages and carried away by the cooling air.

To provide good cooling in a gas-turbine blade the essential requirements are clearly: (a) a high internal heat-transfer coefficient (b) a large internal cooled surface area.

blade cooling. The turbine structure and the associated test rig have been designed to permit testing of turbine blades over a wide range of turbine entry gas temperature from °K to °K and entry gas pressure from ~ to 5 atmospheres giving a wide range of gas-flow Reynolds numbers to the Size: 3MB.

The method of turbine cooling that seems most promising is internal blade cooling with air ducted from the compressor discharge. In order to simpli-fy this type of cooling configuration, the cooling air is exhausted from the blades into the mainstream of-the turbine.

Because the effect of this cooling air on the turbine aerodynamic performance is not known, a cold-air investigation of the turbine is being. vapour cooling systems to gas turbine blade coolmg, with emphasis on systems sultable for continuous operation.

The application of the 'heat pipe' concept to stator blade cooling is discussed in scme detail and a tentative design study presented.

*Replaces A.R.C 9%File Size: KB. In this paper data obtained in a range of experimental investigations of cooling problems in the gas turbine are compared with theoretical predictions made by using a number of hypotheses concerning the analysis Modern gas turbine blades are heavily loaded, with turning angles up to degrees, and with severe pressure gradients.

Although File Size: 1MB. Gas Turbine Blade Cooling Technology–A Case Study Pranay Pudake*, A. Elgandelwarand Mandar Mechanical Engineering Department, MIT Kothrud Pune, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Maharashtra, India Accepted 12 MarchAvailable online 16 MarchSpecial Issue-7 (March ) Abstract A gas turbine works on a Brayton Size: 1MB.

TURBINE BLADE COOLING Unlike steam turbine blading, gas turbine blading need cooling. The objective of the blade cooling is to keep the metal temperature at a safe level to ensure a long creep life and low oxidation rates. As the blade material melts at a lower temperature than the operating conditions of.

tively to decrease the temperatures of gas-turbine blades. RESTRICTED NACA RM E50K15 Since transpiration and film cooling show considerable promise as methods of turbine-blade cooling, experimental and analytical investi-gations are being conducted at the NACA.

the turbine rotor of gas turbine engines, an experimental investigation was conducted on a J33 turbojet engine modified for air cooling of the turbine disk and blades. Initial investigations into the general tur-bine disk cooling and structural characteristics of an experimental air Drost, U., and Bo¨lcs, A.

(April 1, ). "Investigation of Detailed Film Cooling Effectiveness and Heat Transfer Distributions on a Gas Turbine Airfoil."Cited by: The NACA is conducting an investigation of methods of cooling gas turbines, including both indirect and direct blade cooling, in order to show that the application of a proper method of cooling will permit the use of gas temperatures higher than the approximate ° F limit that current uncooled metals require.

Indirect blade coolingCited by: 1. Gas-turbine blades are usually cooled by forcing air through the hollow interior of the blade. The possibilities of this cooling method are limited by the heat-transfer rates from the blade to the coolant.

Because of this limitation, other blade cooling methods are being investigated. A theoretical analysis of the cross-sectional temperature distribution of a water-cooled turbine blade was made using the relaxation method to solve the.

Turbine blade cooling can be classified in two major sections: The internal, where the heat is removed by a variation of convection and impingement cooling configurations, where high velocity air flows and hits the inner surfaces of the turbine vanes and blades, and the external blade cooling, where cold air is injected through the film cooling.

The combustion and turbine technology has improved to such an extent that the operating temperature in the turbine inlet is higher than the melting temperature of the turbine material. Different techniques are used to cope with this problem.

One of the most commonly used methods is internal cooling of the turbine blades. part of a general investigation of gas-turbine-blade cooling conducted at the NACA Cleveland laboratory, the results of computa-tions are presented on the amount of cooling available by the last three of these methods.

The results of t1ese computations show the computed effeát on the turbine-blade temperature of the following variables: (a) turbine-blade-root temperature, (b) thermal conduc.

The NACA 65 Series blades originated from the NACA aircraft wing aerofoil and were designed for approximately uniform loading. Figure compares the profiles of the most widely used blade sections drawn at a maximum thickness to chord ratio of 20%, for the purpose of clarity.

An investigation of a series of air-cooled turbine-blade con- figurations installed in a production turbojet engine is being con- ducted at the NACA Lewis laboratory with the principal objective of 'obtaining an air-cooled blade configuration that will satisfactorily.

Therefore, the experimental investigation of film cooling effectiveness on the blade surface at low Mach number was also of great significance.

The film cooling effectiveness is generally measured by the temperature liquid crystal (TLC) thermography, infrared (IR) thermography, temperature sensitive paint (TSP) and pressure sensitive paint (PSP).Author: Zhiqiang Yu, Chen Li, Baitao An, Jianjun Liu, Guangyao Xu.An investigation was conducted at the NACA Lewis laboratory to determine whether simulated porous gas-turbine blades fabricated by the Eaton Manufacturing Company of Cleveland, Ohio would be satisfactory with respect to coolant flow for application in gas-turbine engines.

These blades simulated porous turbine blades by forcing the cooling air onto the blade surface through a large number of .To further investigate the film cooling of the consoles on gas turbine blades, experimental investigation was conducted in the current study to investigate the film cooling performance of a single row of consoles on a large-scale curved-plate model simulating the blade suction by: