RAPID DESIGN OF COOLING FLOW PATHS FOR TURBOMACHINERY

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RAPID DESIGN OF COOLING FLOW PATHS FOR TURBOMACHINERY

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We present the rapid analysis and design of gas turbine cooling flow paths in turbine machinery. Internal cooling system pressure, flow rate, power and heat transfer distribution for ensuring effective film cooling on hot surfaces.

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Willie le Grange | Engineer

GAS TURBINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM MODELING

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GAS TURBINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM MODELING

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The 2018 Flownex release contains a new liquid-gas fluid type that allows you to simulate a mixture of air and oil. This along with Flownex’s large library of flow components allows you to model the complete lubrication systems of gas turbine engines.

In this webinar we briefly discuss the fluid dynamics theory related to a mixture of air and oil and how turbo-machinery lubrication systems can be modelled in the 2018 Flownex release.

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RAPID COMBUSTOR MODELING IN A 1D FLOW NETWORK TOOL

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RAPID COMBUSTOR MODELING IN A 1D FLOW NETWORK TOOL

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In this presentation we explain the underlying heat transfer theory used in our combustor specific components as well as the process we follow when modelling these systems. We also look at the results of a Flownex model of the Rolls Royce T56 combustor.

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Stephen Theron | Simulation Support & Application Engineer