Cravero, Carlo and Marini, Martino (2007) An Integrated software procedure to support teaching of radial inflow turbine design. In: Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2007: Power for Land, Sea, and Air, May 14-17, 2007, Montreal, Canada. New York, ASME. p. 503-511. (ASME Conference Proceedings, 3/2007). ISBN 0-7918-4792-6. Conference or Workshop Item.
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The authors decided to organize their design/analysis computational tools in an integrated software suite in order to help teaching radial turbine, taking advantage of their research background and a set of codes previously developed. The software is proposed for use during class works and the student can either use a single design/analysis tool or face a complete design loop consisting of iterations between design and analysis tools. The intended users are final year students in mechanical engineering. The codes output are discussed with two practical examples in order to highlight the turbomachinery performance at design and off-design conditions. The above suite gives the student the opportunity of getting used to different concepts (choking, blade loading, performance maps, …) that are encountered in turbomachinery design and of understanding the effects of the main design parameters.
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