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Two-equation turbulence models for prediction of heat transfer on a transonic turbine blade

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Published
**2001**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center, Available from NASA Center for Aerospace Information in [Cleveland, Ohio], Hanover, MD
.

Written in English

- Mathematical models.,
- K-Omega turbulence model.,
- Turbulent flow.,
- Computational fluid dynamics.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Two equation turbulence models for prediction of heat transfer on a transonic turbine blade. |

Statement | Vijay K. Garg and Ali A. Ameri ; [prepared under contract NAS3-00180]. |

Series | [NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-2001-210810., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-210810. |

Contributions | Ameri, Ali A., NASA Glenn Research Center. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17718833M |

Benjanirat, S., Sankar, L. N., “Evaluation of a two-equation turbulence model for the Prediction of Wind Turbine Aerodynamics,” Proceedings of the 22nd . [] Jones W.P., Launder B.E., , The calculation of low-Reynolds number phenomena with a two equation model of turbulence, Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 16, pp. [] Launder B.E., Sharma B.L, , Application of energy-dissipation model of turbulence to the calculation of flow near a spinning disc, Letters in Heat and.

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Two-Equation Turbulence Models for Prediction of Heat Transfer on a Transonic Turbine Blade Article in International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 22(6) December with 33 Reads.

Two versions of the two-equation k-ω model and a shear stress transport (SST) model are used in a three-dimensional, multi-block, Navier-Stokes code to compare the detailed heat transfer measurements on a transonic turbine is found that the SST model resolves the passage vortex better on the suction side of the blade, thus yielding a better comparison with the experimental data than Author: Vijay K.

Garg, Ali A. Ameri. Get this from a library. Two-equation turbulence models for prediction of heat transfer on a transonic turbine blade.

[Vijay K Garg; Ali A Ameri; NASA Glenn Research Center.]. Abstract. External heat transfer predictions are performed for two-dimensional turbine blade cascades. The Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations with algebraic (Arnone and Pacciani, ), one-equation (Spalart and Allmaras, ), and two-equation (low-Re {kappa}-{epsilon}, Biswas and Fukuyama, ) turbulence closures are solved with a fully implicit time-marching finite volume method.

The boundary layer development and convective heat transfer on transonic turbine nozzle vanes are investigated using a compressible Navier–Stokes code with three low-Reynolds-number k–ε models. The mean-flow and turbulence transport equations are integrated by a four-stage Runge–Kutta by: Predictions of heat transfer coefficient at the blade surface using three two-equation turbulence models, specifically, Coakley`s q-{omega} model, Chien`s {kappa}-{epsilon} model, and Wilcox`s {kappa}-{omega} model with Menter`s modifications, have been compared with the experimental data of Camci and Arts for the VKI rotor, and of Hylton et al.

Miao et al.: Numerical Study of Spacing Effect on Unsteady Blade Aerodynamics in a Transonic Turbine Stage Schiele, R., and Wittig, S.,“Gas Turbine Heat Transfer: Past and Future. The behaviour of turbulence models near a turbulent/non-turbulent interface is investigated.

The analysis holds as well for two-equation as for Reynolds stress turbulence models using Daly and Harlow diffusion model. The behaviour near the interface is shown not to be a power law, as usually considered, but a more complex parametric solution. tional flow over a flat plate, a transonic compressor rotor, and a transonic turbine vane with heat transfer.

Results were compared to theory, experimental data, and to results using the Baldwin-Lomax turbulence model. The two models compared reasonably well with the data and sur-prisingly well with each other.

Although the k-co model. Numerical simulations were performed to investigate turbulence and transition models in a flow solver for turbomachinery flows with special emphasis on transitional boundary layers. Two test cases were chosen for this study: first, a linear transonic compressor cascade, and second a linear, highly loaded low pressure turbine : H.

Thermann, D.R. Grates, R. Niehuis. tional flow over a flat plate, a transonic compressor rotor, and a transonic turbine vane with heat transfer. Results were compared to theory, experimental data, and to results using the Baldwin-Lomax turbulence model.

The two models compared reasonably well with the data and sur-prisingly well with each other. Although the k-ωmodel. The different turbulence models have significant impacts on the aerodynamic performance of wind turbine blade airfoil.

A kind of wind turbine blade airfoil was applied as the research object, in order to analyze the impacts of three different turbulence models which are S-A, k-εRNG, k-ωSST on the aerodynamic performance of wind turbine airfoil under different attack : Hao Wang, Jiaojiao Ding, Bing Ma, Shuaibin Li.

Effect of Squealer Cavity Depth and Oxidation on Turbine Blade Tip Heat Transfer. Ronald S. Bunker, Jeremy C. Bailey. Two-Equation Turbulence Models for Prediction of Heat Transfer on a Transonic Turbine Blade.

Vijay K. Garg, Ali A. Ameri. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA High-pressure turbine vanes and blades are subjected to a turbulent combustor flow affecting the heat transfer and boundary layer transition, hence, the temperature distribution.

The accurate prediction of the temperature distribution is crucial for a reliable design and cooling implementation.

Engine-representative measurements are hence mandatory for improving design : Tânia S. Cação Ferreira, Tony Arts, Emma Croner. Abstract. In this paper we present the application of Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations with the eddy-viscosity turbulence models for turbomachinery problems with the particular emphasis on the heat transfer and film cooling of gas by: 1.

The k–ωTurbulence Models The k–ωfamily of turbulence models have gained popularity mainly because: zThe model equations do not contain terms which are undefined at the wall, i.e.

they can be integrated to the wall without using wall functions. zThey are accurate and robust for a wide range of boundary layer flows with pressure Size: 1MB. Calculation of stator-rotor interaction of a transonic turbine stage using an innovative unsteady Effects of geometry on the flow and heat transfer in a rotating cavity with a stationary outer casing and peripheral flow Combination of a transition model with a two-equation turbulence model and comparison with experimental results.

Length of the projection of the blade, as set in the turbine, onto a line parallel to the turbine axis. It is the axial length of the blade. Ratio of the axial chord to the spacing. adiabatic insulated; occurring with no external heat transfer blade exit angle.

The performance of modern heavy-duty gas turbines is greatly determined by the accurate numerical predictions of thermal loading on the hot-end components. The purpose of this paper is: (1) to present an approach applying a novel numerical technique—the discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method—to conjugate heat transfer (CHT) simulations, develop the engineering-oriented numerical platform, and Cited by:.

Ameri, A.A.: Heat transfer and flow on the blade tip of a gas turbine equipped with a mean-camberline strip. NASA/CR GT () Google Scholar Cited by: 4.The predictions results of heat transfer rate of the turbulent flow of air inside the two pass in square channel channel with using four different Reynolds numbers (,& ) and three different turbulence models were used namely the k- ε, k -ω and RSM models were compared against with experiment results obtained.

Combines the original Wilcox k-w model for use near walls and the standard k–ε model away from walls using a blending function, and the eddy viscosity formulation is modified to account for the transport effects of the principle turbulent shear stress [F.

R. Menter, “Zonal Two Equation k-w Turbulence Models for Aerodynamic Flows,” AIAA.