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By Mabel Sykes, H E. 1861-1937 Slaught, N J. 1874- Lennes

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ISBN-13: 9781151841537

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1 Nominal deflection An even simpler approach than that of Lieblein to the setting of cascade stall margins, postulated by A. R. Howell (1942, 1945) in the early days of gas turbine axial compressor development, has stood the test of time. Howell defined 'nominal' conditions for a compressor cascade as those relating to a fluid deflection e* =/31 -/32 equal to 80% of the stalling deflection, Fig. 18. Following Horlock (1958), stalling deflection could be referred to maximum attainable deflection.

A pivotal paper by S. F. Smith (1965) should be acknowledged as eminent. Presented to a specialists' meeting largely concerned with advanced fluid dynamics, this paper perhaps sat uneasily and seemed to attract relatively little interest at the time. Related to unpublished theoretical studies by Hawthorne (1956) discussed by Horlock (1966), this has in fact provided a simple and rational basis linking both experimental and theoretical performance analyses for axial turbines. The author's computer program FIPSI embodies the principles to be outlined in this chapter and enables the student to attempt the overall thermo-fluid dynamic layout of a multi-stage axial turbine.

5 Cascade geometry and velocity triangles average of the inlet and outlet velocities W 1 and WE and is thus suitably representative of the general velocity level of the cascade. e. perpendicular to the x , y plane). 2) to ensure that CL and CD are dimensionless. In order next to complete a force balance on the control volume, two alternative diagrams are shown in Fig. 6. 6(a) shows the aerodynamic forces and their components X and Y acting on the compressor blade. 6(b) on the other hand, shows the equal and opposite reaction forces acting on the control volume abcd and also the externally imposed pressure forces p i t and p2t acting on ad and bc respectively.

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