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Thermal finite-element analysis of space shutle main engine turbine blade

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cleveland, Ohio, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thermal stresses.,
  • Boundary layer.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThermal finite element analysis of space shuttle main engine turbine blade.
    StatementAli Abdul-Aziz, Michael T. Tong and Albert Kaufman.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 100117.
    ContributionsTong, Michael T., Kaufman, Albert, 1928-, Lewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15273812M

    the rotor blade with 13 holes. Besides, in the steady state thermal analysis, the rotor blade with 9 holes is better than the rotor blade with 5 holes. According to the structural and thermal analysis of the turbine blade with three different numbers of holes, the turbine rotor blade consisting of 9 . In Finite element analysis, first thermal analysis followed by structural analysis was carried out. Graphs are plotted for temperature distribution for existing design (12 holes) and for 8 holes against time. 2D and 3D model of the blade with cooling passages were : Fathimunnisa Begum, Reddy, S. Ramanjaneyulu.

    The analysis of turbine blade mainly consists of the following two parts: Structural and thermal analysis. The analysis is carried out under steady state conditions using ANSYS software. The study has been conducted with two different materials Inconel and Titanium by: 6. RESPONSE BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD. Jian Sun *, Rong Tang,Wei Liu Beijing FEAonline Engineering Co.,Ltd, China. KEYWORDS - Turbine Blade, Strength, Steady State Response, ANSA, ABAQUS. ABSTRACT - The strength and steady state response analysis about a type of turbine blade s analyzed in i this paper based on the finite element method(FEM).

    5. Dynamic finite element analysis of the blade Dynamic finite element analysis of the blade mainly refers to the vibration modal analysis using the finite element theory. Modal analysis is used to identify natural frequencies, especially low-order frequencies and vibration modes of wind turbine blades. This paper presents structural studies of a medium scale composite wind turbine blade construction made of epoxy glass fiber for a kW rated power stall regulated horizontal axis wind turbine system. The complex geometry of the blade with a skin-spar foam sandwich structure was generated by utilizing commercial code ANSYS finite element by: 3.


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Thermal finite-element analysis of space shutle main engine turbine blade Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary of results A three-dimensional, finite-element heat transfer analysis was conducted on the first-stage blades of the high-pressure fuel turbopump for the space shuttle main engine by using the A. Abdul-Aziz et aL / Space shuttle main engine turbine blade MARC finite-element by: 3.

Turbine blades are one of the key components in a typical turbofan engine, which plays an important role in flight safety. In this paper, we establish a establishes a three-dimensional finite. The finite element analysis of gas turbine rotor blade is carried out using 20 nodes brick element.

The static and thermal analysis is carried out. The temperature has a significant effect on the overall stresses in the turbine blades. The following conclusions are made from the above analysis: No. of cyclesFile Size: KB. Thermal Finite-Element Analysis of Space Shuttle Main Engine Turbine Blade Ali Abdul-Aziz and Michael T.

Tong Sverdrup Technology, Inc. Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio and Albert Kaufman Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio October National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Cited by: 3.

The finite element analysis of the gas turbine blade was done sequentially i.e., thermal analysis was performed first, and then the structural analysis was carried out, by taking into account the results of the thermal analysis.

Figure 1 Block diagram of thermal- structural analysis Thermal analysis. Get this from a library. Thermal finite-element analysis of space shutle main engine turbine blade. [Ali Abdul-Aziz; Michael T Tong; Albert Kaufman; Lewis Research Center.]. tural analysis schemes, the pertinent input to 1 ife prediction methods.

The structure under consideration was an airfoil of a generic air-cooled turbine blade being studied for use in the high pressure stage turbine of a comnercial aircraft engine. This airfoil was utilized for a demonstration of a.

Finite-element, transient heat transfer analyses were performed for the first-stage blades of the space shuttle main engine (SSME) high-pressure fuel turbopump. The analyses were based on test. Key words: Gas Turbine Rotor Blade, Thermal Stress, HCF Failure, Modal Analysis, Fatigue, Turbine engine and FEM.

Cite this Article: Barhm Abdullah Mohamad and Abdelsalam Abdelhussien, Failure Analysis of Gas Turbine Blade Using Finite Element Analysis.

International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 7(3), ,File Size: KB. analysis of gas turbine rotor blade using finite element analysis. Material Titanim Alloy Fig. shows the total deformation in the turbine blade made of Titanium Alloy due to centrifugal force and it is observed a deformation of × m which is maximum at leading edge near.

blade design. On which CATIA V5 is used for design of solid model of the turbine blade with the help of the spline and extrude options. ANSYS Software is used to analysis of finite element model generated by meshing of the blade by applying boundary conditions.

From the analysis results the better material for first stage turbine blade isFile Size: 1MB. Abstract - The first stage rotor blade of a gas turbine has been analyzed for structural, thermal analysis using ANSYS (Finite Element Analysis Software).

The material of the blade was specified as INCONEL The thermal boundary conditions on the rotor blade are taken from the reference. The temperature distribution across the blade is File Size: KB. Effect of Temperature Distribution In. 10c4/60c50 Gas Turbine Blade Model Using Finite Element Analysis by agavan In this research paper is mainly apprehensive with aircraft gas turbine engine.

Turbine blade is an important part of aircraft gas turbine engine. The research focus of 10 C4 / 60 C 50 turbine blade model,File Size: KB. and pressure on a single blade of a gas turbine. LITERATURE REVIEW. work has been reported in the literature of gas turbine blade.

sh [1] studied on The first stage rotor blade of a two stage gas turbine has been analysed for structural, thermal, modal analysis using ANSYS which is a powerful Finite Element Method software. FLOW GAS TURBINE BLADES AND DISK USING FINITE ELEMENT PROCEDURE. SUKHVINDER KAUR BHATTI, SHYAMALA KUMARI, M L NEELAPU, C KEDARINATH, DR.

I N NIRANJAN KUMAR Department of Mechanical & Marine Engineering Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, AP, INDIA ABSTRACT: The analysis of stress values that are produced while the turbine is running are the key. Dear Khaled, The typically design approach is to use a full-system dynamics model--such as FAST--in order to model the coupled dynamics of the complete system, considering wind, aerodynamics, structural dynamics, and the controller over a.

Key words: Gas Turbine Rotor Blade, Thermal Stress, HCF Failure, Modal Analysis, Fatigue, Turbine engine and FEM. Cite this Article: Barhm Abdullah Mohamad and Abdelsalam Abdelhussien, Failure Analysis of Gas Turbine Blade Using Finite Element Analysis.

Int. Mech. Eng. & Rob. Res. G D Ujade and M B Bhambere, REVIEW OF STRUCTURAL AND THERMAL ANALYSIS OF GAS TURBINE BLADE G D Ujade1* and M B Bhambere2 *Corresponding Author: G D Ujade, [email protected] The gas turbine obtains its power by utilizing the energy of burnt gases and the air which is at.

Thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) are deposited on the turbine blade to reduce the temperature of underlying substrate, as well as providing protection against the oxidation and hot corrosion from high temperature gas.

Optimal ceramic top-coat thickness distribution on the blade can improve the performance and efficiency of the coatings. Design of the coatings thickness is a multiobjective Cited by: 5.

Steam Turbine Blade with FEA” International Journal for Scientific Research & Development Vol. 1, Is [5] Zainul Huda, “Mettallurgical failure analysis for a blade failed in gas-turbine engine of a power plant” Materials and Design 30 (). DESIGN AND THERMAL ANALYSIS OF STEAM TURBINE BLADE USING FEM METHOD BURAGUMMALABVKISHORE Assistant Professor, Dept.

of Mechanical There are two main types of turbine, the 'impulse' and the 'reaction'. using Finite Element Analysis for two cases with and without the tang in the blade. Firstly, to study the fillet stresses.A non-destructive wind turbine blade analysis based on the Thermal Stress Analysis Lovre Krstulovi ć-Opara 1, Branko Klarin 1 and Željko Domazet 1 University of Split, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, R.

Boškovi ća b.b., HR Split, Croatia Size: KB.3-D finite element models has been built and a method of multi-level submodeling has been used. In the process of the finite element study of the 3-D stress-strain state of the blades attachments the following models have been used: 1.

Initial model – a macro-model incorporating a disc sector and a blade with a shroud flange, damper links.