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Navier-Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence

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Published
**1992**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Navier-Stokes equations.,
- Heat -- Transmission.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Navier Stokes turbine heat transfer .... |

Statement | Ali A. Ameri and Andrea Arnone. |

Series | NASA technical memorandum -- 105817., ICOMP -- 92-14., ICOMP -- no. 92-14. |

Contributions | Arnone, Andrea., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15367273M |

HEAT TRANSFER ON A TRANSONIC TURBINE BLADE Vijay K. Garg and Ali A. Ameri AYTCorporation Aerospace Parkway Brook Park, Ohio ABSTRACT Two versions of the two-equationk-ωmodel and a shear stress transport (SST) model are used in a three-dimensional, multi-block, Navier-Stokes code to compare the detailed heat transfer . A.A. Ameri, A. Arnone, Navier–Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence closures, AIAA Paper , Google Scholar. 29 A.A. Ameri, A. Arnone, Prediction of turbine blade passage heat transfer using a zero and a two-equation turbulence model, ASME Paper GT,

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 blade. It is found that the SST model resolves the passage vortex better on the suction side of the blade, thus yielding a better . Research Turbine and first vane used for the validation case, followed by an overview of the computational mesh, initialization and boundary conditions applied to obtain the conjugate heat transfer result using Code Leo for the film cooled turbine .

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Snecma and Dret for the financial support of this study. The authors are also grateful to T Arts of VKI, for help with the measurements. REFERENCES Ameri AA, Arnone A () Navier-Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence closures. A multi-block, three-dimensional Navier–Stokes code has been used to compute heat transfer coefficient on the blade, hub and shroud for a rotating high-pressure turbine blade with film-cooling holes in eight rows. Film-cooling effectiveness is also computed on the adiabatic blade. Wilcox's k–ω model is used for modeling the turbulence.

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The numerical predictions were obtained by solving the Reynolds-Averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) equations using the Shear Stress Transport k-turbulence. Navier-Stokes calculations were carried out in order to predict the heat-transfer rates on turbine blades.

The calculations were performed using TRAF2D which is a k-epsilon, explicit, finite volume mass-averaged Navier-Stokes solver. Turbulence was modeled using Coakley's q-omega and Chien's k-epsilon two-equation models and the Baldwin-Lomax Cited by: Turbine blade heat transfer is an important engineering problem characterized by complex flow fields and high turbulence levels.

This thesis is focused on using a full Navier-Stokes. 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.

Abstract. External heat transfer predictions are performed for two-dimensional turbine blade cascades. The Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes equations with algebraic (Baldwin-Lomax) and two-equation (low-Re k \Gamma ffl) turbulence closures are solved with an explicit Runge-Kutta time-marching finite volume method.

Heat Transfer Predictions for Two Turbine Nozzle Geometries at High Reynolds and Mach Numbers A.,“Navier–Stokes Heat Transfer Predictions Using Two-Equation Turbulent Closures,” Paper No.

AIAA 2. Ameri, A. A., and Arnone, A.,“Prediction of Turbine Blade Passage Heat Transfer Using a Zero and a Two-Equation. The effect of transition modeling on the heat transfer predictions from rotating turbine blades was investigated.

Three-dimensional computations using a Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes code were performed. The code utilized the Baldwin–Lomax algebraic turbulence model, which was supplemented with a simple algebraic model for transition. A three-dimensional Navier-Stokes code has been used to compute the heat transfer coefficient on two film-cooled turbine blades, namely, the VKI rotor with six rows of cooling holes, including three rows on the shower head, and the CSX vane with nine rows of holes, including five rows on the shower head.

Predictions of heat transfer coefficient at the Made surface using three two-equation. The loss and heat transfer of a turbine cascade are strongly influenced by the location and extent of the transitional boundary layer.

In this paper, two approaches are adopted to predict the onset and extent of transition within a 2-D explicit Navier-Stokes solution procedure.

The degree of agreement between analysis and data for turbine blade heat transfer without film cooling is strongly dependent on accurately predicting the length of transition. Consequently, turbine blade heat transfer data sets were used to validate a transition length turbulence model.

Navier-Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence. September Ali Ameri; Andrea Arnone; Navier-Stokes calculations were carried out in order to predict the heat. The effect of five different C-type grid geometries on the predicted heat transfer and aerodynamic performance of a turbine stator is examined.

Predictions were obtained using two flow analysis codes. One was a finite difference analysis, and the other was a finite volume analysis.

Differences among the grids in terms of heat transfer and. Navier-Stokes Turbine Heat Transfer Predictions Using Two-Equation Turbulence Ali A. Ameri Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio;th r_ I"- Ig_._ aJ,0 O and Andrea Arnone Institute for Computational Mechanics in Propulsion Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 28th Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) predictions of film cooling performance for gas turbine airfoils are an important part of the design process for turbine cooling. Typically, industry relies on the approach based on Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes equations, together with a two-equation turbulence model.

Navier-Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence closures. By Andrea Arnone and Ali A. Ameri. Abstract. Navier-Stokes calculations were carried out in order to predict the heat-transfer rates on turbine blades.

The calculations were performed using TRAF2D which is a k-epsilon, explicit, finite volume mass-averaged.

HEAT TRANSFER ON A TRANSONIC TURBINE BLADE Vijay K. Garg and Ali A. Amerl AYTCorporation Aerospace Parkway Brook Park, Ohio ABSTRACT Two versions of the two-equation k-o) 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.

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 {kappa}-{epsilon} models. The mean-flow and turbulence transport equations are integrated by a four-stage Runge-Kutta scheme.

The code used for the calculations is developed at ONERA and has previously been presented by various authors (Billonnet et al., ).

It solves the unsteady set of three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations, completed by a mixing-length turbulence model, using a. Navier-Stokes calculations were carried out in order to predict the heat transfer rates on turbine blades. The calculations were performed using TRAF2D which is a two-dimensional, explicit, finite volume mass-averaged Navier-Stokes solver.

Turbulence was modeled using q-omega and k-epsilon two-equation models and the Baldwin-Lomax algebraic. External heat transfer prediction is performed in two-dimensional turbine blade cascades using the Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations.

Heat Transfer Predictions for Two Turbine Nozzle Geometries at High Reynolds and Mach Numbers. 1 April | Journal of Turbomachinery, Vol.No. 2 Navier-Stokes turbine heat transfer predictions using two-equation turbulence closures. ALI AMERI and.The number of time steps to obtain a converged solution was about the same for all of the grids.

Surface pressure distributions were also similar for each of the baseline grids. REFERENCES Ameri, A.A. and Arnone, A.,"N'avier-Stokes Heat Transfer Predictions Using Two-Equation Turbu- lent Closures," AIAA Paper AIAAThe Gas Turbine Branch of NASA Glenn Research Center has developed the NASA Glenn-HT CFD Code for the prediction of gas turbine blade surface heat transfer.

This Code used time-stepping Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes computational method (ref. 1) with a two-equation k-ω turbulence model (ref. 2) to simulate a turbine blade flow.