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BladeCAD, an interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades
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Written in English
|Statement||Perry L. Miller ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 107262|
|Contributions||Miller, Perry L., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Highlights The 2D and 3D CIRCLE method is presented and used to design high-efficiency turbomachinery blades and isolated airfoils. Two 2D turbine blades, one compressor blade, and one isolated airfoil geometry are redesigned. The aerodynamic advantages of the redesigned blades are investigated. A 3D compressor and a 3D turbine blade are designed with the method and their Cited by: Design of Bionic Cutting Blade. Traditionally, cutting equipment of harvesting machinery for rhizome crops is designed based on the working principle of wedge .Considering that wedge-shape tool has simple geometry structure and is easily manufactured, a Cited by: 4.
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BladeCAD: An Interactive Geometric Design Tool for Turbomachinery Blades Perry L. Miller IV and James H. Oliver Iowa State University Ames, Iowa David P. Miller and Daniel L. Tweedt Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 41st Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress sponsored by the International Gas Turbine Institute ofFile Size: KB.
Miller, Perry L., Oliver, James H., Miller, David P., and Tweedt, Daniel L. "BladeCAD: An Interactive Geometric Design Tool for Turbomachinery Blades." Proceedings of the ASME International Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress and by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, Perry L.
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BladeCAD: an interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades. [Perry L Miller; Lewis Research Center,; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration,].
BladeCAD, an interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades / Perry L. Miller [et al.]. Other Authors. Miller, Perry L.
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Published. A software tool for parametric design of turbomachinery blades. IV, Oliver JH, Miller DP, Tweedt DL. BladeCAD: an interactive geometric.
a parametric turbomachinery design tool, T4T, which. “Bladecad: An interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades”. 41st Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress sponsored by ASME, NASA T echnical Memo.
ADVANCED DESIGN OF TURBOMACHINERY BLADES CAESES® is a powerful and flexible platform for the design of turbomachinery blades, including the optimization of advanced features such as endwall contouring.
All parametric blade models can be robustly linked to any meshing and simulation tools to run automated design studies and optimizations with CFD. BladeCAD is a geometrical design tool of turbomachinery bladings, which was developed under NASA supervision and has incorporated a new methodology of the way that bladings should be designed.
According to this approach, blade cross-sections are initially defined and are then lofted in order to provide the corresponding 3D by: Thanks for the interest. I think large parts could be implemented as macros of existing functionalities. When it comes to the blade design, my code is largely based on the algorithms of Casey, A Computational Geometry for Blades and Internal Flow Channels of Centrifugal Compressorsand Miller, BladeCAD An Interactive Geometric Design Tool for turbomachinery blades, (NASA Report).
BladeCAD: an interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades / by: Miller, Perry L., Published: () A combined integrating and differentiating matrix formulation for boundary value problems on rectangular domains by: Lakin, W.
Published: (). This book outlines in detail geometric models of single-point and multi-point cutting tools and proposes a set of new three-dimensional (3D) standards for defining the tool geometry.
The 3D geometric models of cutting tools would help the design, analysis and manufacturing processes of the cutting : $ Currently, 3D-CFD design optimization of centrifugal compressors in terms of the surge margin is one major unresolved issue. On that account, this paper introduces a new kind of objective function.
The objective function is based on local flow parameters present at the design point of the centrifugal compressor. A centrifugal compressor with a vaned diffuser is considered to demonstrate the Author: Johannes Ratz, Sebastian Leichtfuß, Maximilian Beck, Heinz-Peter Schiffer, Friedrich Fröhlig.
This paper presents a gradient-based design optimization of a turbocharger radial turbine for automotive applications.
The aim is to improve both the total-to-static efficiency and the moment of inertia of the turbine wheel. The search for the optimal designs is accomplished by a high-fidelity adjoint-based optimization framework using a fast sequential quadratic programming by: 1.
shape-optimization of turbomachinery blades applicable to general cases has not been developed yet. This study aims to create a mechanism whose nal purpose is to provide an easy way to build high-performing blade shapes both in the early steps of the design of new turbomachinery models and in the improvement of current con gurations.
in 3D steady state turbomachinery ﬂow . Objectives The objective of this thesis is to create the initial building blocks for a turbomachin-ery design tool.
A cascade grid generator was created using Amber2D as a basis. A two-dimensional ﬂow solver for axial Author: Duane R. Epp. Topics: Blades, Boundary layers, Compressors, Design, Pressure, Shapes, Shock waves, Turbine blades, Turbomachinery The Influence of Outlet Stator Part Surface Roughness on the Performance of a Very Low Flow Coefficient Centrifugal Compressor Stage.
The parametric 3D turbomachinery blade modeler has proven to be a very powerful tool for designing turbine and compressor stator/rotors.
Moreover, after the consolidation of the algorithms and a direct coupling with the CFD solver SU2, the tool will be ready to Cited by: 2. Aerodynamic Blade Optimal Design Of Turbomachinery Ryoichi S. AMANO1 and Cheng XU2 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI,U.S.A.
Phone:FAX:E-mail: [email protected] Size: KB.This paper presents a Computer Aided Design and Optimization tool (CADO) for turbomachinery applications, developed at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.
The main components of the tool are a Computer Aided Graphical Design (CAGD) library for the automated generation of blades, an automatic mesh generation tool both for theFile Size: 3MB.
Miller PL, Oliver JH, Miller DP, Tweedt DL () BladeCAD: An interactive geometric design tool for turbomachinery blades. In: NASA Technical Memorandum41st gas turbine and aeroengine congress, Birmingham, United Kingdom; June 10–13 Google Scholar.