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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Turbomach. August 2018, 140(8): 081007.
Paper No: TURBO-18-1048
Published Online: July 26, 2018
... Turbomachinery blading Design New generations of highly loaded turbine blades, especially from the last stage, are designed at increased height to chord ratios. Subsequently, some of the major concerns are the forced and self-excited (flutter) vibrations, which can lead to high-cycle fatigue (HCF...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Turbomach. November 2017, 139(11): 111002.
Paper No: TURBO-16-1133
Published Online: July 19, 2017
...: Kenneth Hall. 27 06 2016 15 05 2017 Turbomachinery blading Design In an unshrouded high-pressure axial turbine, the tip leakage flow results in a reduction of the turbine efficiency and work output. The loss caused by the tip leakage flow accounts for as much as a third...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Turbomach. June 2015, 137(6): 061008.
Paper No: TURBO-14-1258
Published Online: June 1, 2015
... characteristics at off-design conditions. Turbomachinery blading Design Counter-rotating turbines (CRTs) generally have one rotor rotating in an opposite direction to the other rotor, which aids to decrease the number of the vanes between the two rotors or even eliminate the vanes. The size...