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  1. Review of the VKI doctoral Research 2010-2011

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2010-2011 - Free download

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    The second Symposium on the doctoral research took place at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics during the period March 1 to 3, 2011. The doctoral students have presented the progress of their research work carried out in the three departments: Aeronautics and Aerospace, Environmental and Applied Fluid Dynamics, Turbomachinery and Propulsion. Learn More
  2. Review of the VKI doctoral Research 2009-2010

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2009-2010 - Free download

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    These proceedings aim at giving a snapshot of the research done at the time of the Symposium. Its content is not reviewed by an editorial board and is the property and responsibility of the candidates and their supervisory teams. The idea is to encourage all candidates to write papers on their research even if this research is still under development or if the associated results are only partial. The goal is to train on communication at the best level possible and to offer a yearly compilation of the research accomplished at the Phd level. Learn More
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  4. Unsteady aerodynamic stator-rotor interaction in high pressure t

    Unsteady aerodynamic stator-rotor interaction in high pressure turbines

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    VKI PHDT 2006-08, Unsteady aerodynamic stator-rotor interaction in high pressure turbines, ISBN 978-2-930389-26-5 Learn More
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  6. Review of the VKI Doctoral research 2013-2014

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2013-2014 - Free download

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    The fifth symposium on the doctoral research of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics took place during the period March 10 to 12, 2014. The doctoral students have presented the progress of their research work carried out in the three departments: Aeronautics and Aerospace, Environmental and Applied Fluid Dynamics, Turbomachinery and Propulsion. The first year students have presented a poster on their research plans and some preliminary results, while the most advanced students have proposed a presentation followed by a session of questions.

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  9. Small high pressure ratio turbines - article pay-per-view - 25€ / article

    Small high pressure ratio turbines - article pay-per-view - 25€ / article

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    Applications for this type of turbines range from small gas turbine engines for light helicopters through airborne and land-based auxiliary power units, automotive powerplants, turboexpanders, mechanical drive steam turbines, solar powerplants working with organic fluids and turbopumps for liquid fuel rockets. Depending on the application, the turbines may be of the radial, axial or mixed flow type. The combination of small blade heights and high Mach numbers and turning angles makes the design of these turbines particularly arduous, especially if the rotor inlet Mach numbers are supersonic. Extensive design experience and the use of advanced design tools can overcome these problems as was demonstrated by the group of lecturers who were selected for this course. The lectures addressed primarily turbine design and development engineers. But testing techniques and advanced calculation methods were also discussed. Learn More
  10. Particulate flow and blade erosion - article pay-per-view - 25€ / article

    Particulate flow and blade erosion - article pay-per-view - 25€ / article

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    Solid particle erosion problems are of great concern in gas turbines, steam turbines, boilers, fluidized beds, aircraft engines and many other systems. Erosion may cause a significant decrease in the operating lifetime of gas turbine engines or other systems operating in dusty environments or when ash particles are present, as in coal gasification. Particle trajectory studies provide information on particle impact and location, and erosion studies indicate the amount of material removed with each particle impact. The course presented the principles involved and the state-of-the-art in erosion prediction for engines subjected to solid particle ingestion. Particle deposition may have as detrimental an effect on turbine performance as blade erosion. The mechanism of particle formation and particle adhesion to the blade surfaces were discussed in depth with particular emphasis on fluidized bed and coal-fired turbine applications. Learn More

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