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Paper Title :
Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Turbine Blade Cooling Passege with V-Shape

Author :Vikky Kumhar, Anurag Patel, Sourabh Verma

Article Citation :Vikky Kumhar ,Anurag Patel ,Sourabh Verma , (2017 ) " Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Turbine Blade Cooling Passege with V-Shape " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 75-77, Volume-5,Issue-11

Abstract : This paper specialize in 3D CFD ANalysis of an rotary engine blade cooling passage/duct during which the required domain subjected to vital load i.e. static likewise as dynamic load that is due rotary engine blade is operated at warm temperature and pressure which ends up in thermal stress and alters the blade performance. so as to avoid clastatic failure of blade effective and economical cooling techniques ought to be enforced that ultimately leads to higher thermal potency and most power output. intensive literature review is disbursed within the field regarding rotary engine blade cooling. This work thinks about with the rotary engine surface blade internal duct cooling conventionally and with the assistance of fluid and warmth transfer round the duct surface is been analysed and also the performance is foreseen with the assistance of Finite component volume tool ANSYS- Fluent, wherever simulation is being done. The goal is to hold out heat transfer constant at the rotary engine blade internal duct surface exploitation completely different turbulent model likewise as comparative case study is additionally been bestowed. The FEV results area unit valid with well printed leads to literature. during this analysis, that all over that the V-shape 35-deg truncated ribs is that the best as compared to the traditional truncated and V-shape 35-deg continuous ribs for cooling the rotary engine blade when modification and analysis has been done. This investigation has been done the varied resolution analysis like; pressure drop, velocity, temperature, wall shear stress, heat transfer constant etc. Keywords - Turbine blade cooling duct, Fluent, V-Shape Contineous and Truncated ribs etc.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-5,Issue-11


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