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Turbomachinery blade design systems
February 8-12, 1999; R.A. Van den Braembussche
Table of contents
  • DENTON, J.D. - Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge, U.K.
    Loss mechanisms in turbomachines
    Part I: Entropy creation in fluid flows
    Part II: Loss generation in turbomachines
  • DENTON, J.D. & XU, L. - Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge, U.K.
    The exploitation of 3D flow in turbomachinery design
  • WANG, ZHONGQI - Harbin Institute of Technology, The People's Republic of China
    Three-dimensional theory and design method of bowed-twisted blade and its application to turbomachines
  • GREGORY, B.A. - AlliedSignal Engines, USA
    Considerations for the aerodynamic optimization of a turbine
    1. Preliminary discussion and introduction to optimization
    2. Dealing with fundamentals
    3. Optimization of a turbine for cost, weight and performance considerations
  • ROBERTS, W.B. - Airfoil Technologies International & Flow Application Research, USA
    Extent and computation of the performance abatement due to part-span dampers (shrouds) on transonic axial fan rotors
    Reduction of shock losses in transonic rotors by internal area ruling for part-span dampers
    Effect of non-ideal blade shape on axial fan and compressor performance:
    Part 1 - Subsonic fans
    Part 2 - Transonic / supersonic fans
  • HAH, C. - NASA Lewis Research Center, USA
    Aerodynamic lean and sweep for improvements in compressor performance
  • BREUGELMANS, F.A.E. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Experimental investigation of sweep and dihedral in compressors
  • VAN DEN BRAEMBUSSCHE - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Application of inverse methods to 3D turbine and compressor blade design
  • ANDERS, J.M.1; HAARMEYER, J.1; HEUKENKAMP, H.2 - 1BMW Rolls-Royce GmbH, Germany & 2atech GmbH engineering software technology, Germany
    A parametric blade design system
  • PIERRET, S. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Three-dimensional blade design by means of an artificial neural network and Navier-Stokes solver

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