Gas Turbine Heat Transfer and Cooling Technology

ISBN-10: 1439855684
ISBN-13: 9781439855683
Edition: 2nd 2012 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $146.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 11/27/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 887
Size: 6.13" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.992
Language: English

This book is intended to be a reference book for engineers working and interested in gas turbine heat transfer analysis and cooling design for advanced research. The methods presented in this book can be applied to heat exchangers, nuclear power plants and electronic component cooling.

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Authors
Fundamentals
Need for Turbine Blade Cooling
Recent Development in Aircraft Engines
Recent Development in Land-Based Gas Turbines
Turbine-Cooling Technology
Concept of Turbine Blade Cooling
Typical Turbine-Cooling System
Turbine Heat Transfer and Cooling Issues
Turbine Blade Heat Transfer
Turbine Blade Internal Cooling
Turbine Blade Film Cooling
Thermal Barrier Coating and Heat Transfer
Structure of the Book
Review Articles and Book Chapters on Turbine Cooling and Heat Transfer
New Information from 2000 to 2010
ASME Turbo Expo Conference CDs
Book Chapters and Review Articles
Structure of the Revised Book
References
Turbine Heat Transfer
Introduction
Combustor Outlet Velocity and Temperature Profiles
Turbine-Stage Heat Transfer
Introduction
Real Engine Turbine Stage
Simulated Turbine Stage
Time-Resolved Heat-Transfer Measurements on a Rotor Blade
Cascade Vane Heat-Transfer Experiments
Introduction
Effect of Exit Mach Number and Reynolds Number
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Surface Roughness
Annular Cascade Vane Heat Transfer
Cascade Blade Heat Transfer
Introduction
Unsteady Wake-Simulation Experiments
Wake-Affected Heat-Transfer Predictions
Combined Effects of Unsteady Wake and Free-Stream Turbulence
Airfoil Endwall Heat Transfer
Introduction
Description of the Flow Field
Endwall Heat Transfer
Near-Endwall Heat Transfer
Engine Condition Experiments
Effect of Surface Roughness
Turbine Rotor Blade Tip Heat Transfer
Introduction
Blade Tip Region Flow Field and Heat Transfer
Flat-Blade Tip Heat Transfer
Squealer- or Grooved-Blade-Tip Heat Transfer
Leading-Edge Region Heat Transfer
Introduction
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Leading-Edge Shape
Effect of Unsteady Wake
Flat-Surface Heat Transfer
Introduction
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Pressure Gradient
Effect of Streamwise Curvature
Surface Roughness Effects
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Endwall Heat Transfer
Endwall Contouring
Leading-Edge Modifications to Reduce Secondary Flows
Endwall Heat-Transfer Measurements
Turbine Tip and Casing Heat Transfer
Vane-Blade Interactions
Cascade Studies
Deposition and Roughness Effects
Combustor-Turbine Effects
Transition-Induced Effects and Modeling
Closure
References
Turbine Film Cooling
Introduction
Fundamentals of Film Cooling
Film Cooling on Rotating Turbine Blades
Film Cooling on Cascade Vane Simulations
Introduction
Effect of Film Cooling
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Film Cooling on Cascade Blade Simulations
Introduction
Effect of Film Cooling
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Unsteady Wake
Combined Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence and Unsteady Wakes
Film Cooling on Airfoil Endwalls
Introduction
Low-Speed Simulation Experiments
Engine Condition Experiments
Near-Endwall Film Cooling
Turbine Blade Tip Film Cooling
Introduction
Heat-Transfer Coefficient
Film Effectiveness
Leading-Edge Region Film Cooling
Introduction
Effect of Coolant-to-Mainstream Blowing Ratio
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Unsteady Wake
Effect of Coolant-to-Mainstream Density Ratio
Effect of Film Hole Geometry
Effect of Leading-Edge Shape
Flat-Surface Film Cooling
Introduction
Film-Cooled, Heat-Transfer Coefficient
Effect of Blowing Ratio
Effect of Coolant-to-Mainstream Density Ratio
Effect of Mainstream Acceleration
Effect of Hole Geometry
Film-Cooling Effectiveness
Effect of Blowing Ratio
Effect of Coolant-to-Mainstream Density Ratio
Film Effectiveness Correlations
Effect of Streamwise Curvature and Pressure Gradient
Effect of High Free-Stream Turbulence
Effect of Film Hole Geometry
Effect of Coolant Supply Geometry
Effect of Surface Roughness
Effect of Gap Leakage
Effect of Bulk Flow Pulsations
Full-Coverage Film Cooling
Discharge Coefficients of Turbine Cooling Holes
Film-Cooling Effects on Aerodynamic Losses
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Film-Cooling-Hole Geometry
Effect of Cooling-Hole Exit Shape and Geometry
Trenching of Holes
Deposition and Blockage Effects on Hole Exits
Endwall Film Cooling
Turbine Blade Tip Film Cooling
Turbine Trailing Edge Film Cooling
Airfoil Film Cooling
Vane Film Cooling
Blade Film Cooling
Effect of Shocks
Effect of Superposition on Film Effectiveness
Novel Film-Cooling Designs
Closure
References
Turbine Internal Cooling
Jet Impingement Cooling
Introduction
Heat-Transfer Enhancement by a Single Jet
Effect of Jet-to-Target-Plate Spacing
Correlation for Single Jet Impingement Heat Transfer
Effectiveness of Impinging Jets
Comparison of Circular to Slot Jets
Impingement Heat Transfer in the Midchord Region by Jet Array
Jets with Large Jet-to-Jet Spacing
Effect of Wall-to-Jet-Array Spacing
Cross-Flow Effect and Heat-Transfer Correlation
Effect of Initial Cross-Flow
Effect of Cross-Flow Direction on Impingement Heat Transfer
Effect of Coolant Extraction on Impingement Heat Transfer
Effect of Inclined Jets on Heat Transfer
Impingement Cooling of the Leading Edge
Impingement on a Curved Surface
Impingement Heat Transfer in the Leading Edge
Rib-Turbulated Cooling
Introduction
Typical Test Facility
Effects of Rib Layouts and Flow Parameters on Ribbed-Channel Heat Transfer
Effect of Rib Spacing on the Ribbed and Adjacent Smooth Sidewalls
Angled Ribs
Effect of Channel Aspect Ratio with Angled Ribs
Comparison of Different Angled Ribs
Heat-Transfer Coefficient and Friction Factor Correlation
High-Performance Ribs
V-Shaped Rib
V-Shaped Broken Rib
Wedge- and Delta-Shaped Rib
Effect of Surface-Heating Condition
Nonrectangular Cross-Section Channels
Effect of High Blockage-Ratio Ribs
Effect of Rib Profile
Effect of Number of Ribbed Walls
Effect of a 180� Sharp Turn
Detailed Heat-Transfer Coefficient Measurements in a Ribbed Channel
Effect of Film-Cooling Hole on Ribbed-Channel Heat Transfer
Pin-Fin Cooling
Introduction
Flow and Heat-Transfer Analysis with Single Pin
Pin Array and Correlation
Effect of Pin Shape on Heat Transfer
Effect of Nonuniform Array and Flow Convergence
Effect of Skewed Pin Array
Partial Pin Arrangements
Effect of Turning Flow
Pin-Fin Cooling with Ejection
Effect of Missing Pin on Heat-Transfer Coefficient
Compound and New Cooling Techniques
Introduction
Impingement on Ribbed Walls
Impingement on Pinned and Dimpled Walls
Combined Effect of Ribbed Wall with Grooves
Combined Effect of Ribbed Wall with Pins and Impingement Inlet Conditions
Combined Effect of Swirl Flow and Ribs
Impingement Heat Transfer with Perforated Baffles
Combined Effect of Swirl and Impingement
Concept of Heat Pipe for Turbine Cooling
New Cooling Concepts
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Rib Turbinated Cooling
Impingement Cooling on Rough Surface
Trailing Edge Cooling
Dimpled and Pm-Finned Channels
Combustor Liner Cooling and Effusion Cooling
Innovative Cooling Approaches and Methods
References
Turbine Internal Cooling with Rotation
Rotational Effects on Cooling
Smooth-Wall Coolant Passage
Effect of Rotation on Flow Field
Effect of Rotation on Heat Transfer
Effect of Rotation Number
Effect of Density Ratio
Combined Effects of Rotation Number and Density Ratio
Effect of Surface-Heating Condition
Effect of Rotation Number and Wall-Heating Condition
Heat Transfer in a Rib-Turbulated Rotating Coolant Passage
Effect of Rotation on Rib-Turbulated Flow
Effect of Rotation on Heat Transfer in Channels with 90� Ribs
Effect of Rotation Number
Effect of Wall-Heating Condition
Effect of Rotation on Heat Transfer for Channels with Angled (Skewed) Ribs
Effect of Angled Ribs and Heating Condition
Comparison of Orthogonal and Angled Ribs
Effect of Channel Orientation with Respect to the Rotation Direction on Both Smooth and Ribbed Channels
Effect of Rotation Number
Effect of Model Orientation and Wall-Heating Condition
Effect of Channel Cross Section on Rotating Heat Transfer
Triangular Cross Section
Rectangular Channel
Circular Cross Section
Two-Pass Triangular Duct
Different Proposed Correlation to Relate the Heat Transfer with Rotational Effects
Heat-Mass-Transfer Analogy and Detail Measurements
Rotation Effects on Smooth-Wall Impingement Cooling
Rotation Effects on Leading-Edge Impingement Cooling
Rotation Effect on Midchord Impingement Cooling
Effect of Film-Cooling Hole
Rotational Effects on Rib-Turbulated Wall Impingement Cooling
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Heat Transfer in Rotating Triangular Cooling Channels
Heat Transfer in Rotating Wedge-Shaped Cooling Channels
Effect of Aspect Ratio and Rib Configurations on Rotating Channel Heat Transfer
Effect of High Rotation Number and Entrance Geometry on Rectangular Channel Heat Transfer
References
Experimental Methods
Introduction
Heat-Transfer Measurement Techniques
Introduction
Heat Flux Gages
Thin-Foil Heaters with Thermocouples
Copper Plate Heaters with Thermocouples
Transient Technique
Mass-Transfer Analogy Techniques
Introduction
Naphthalene Sublimation Technique
Foreign-Gas Concentration Sampling Technique
Swollen-Polymer Technique
Ammonia-Diazo Technique
Pressure-Sensitive Paint Techniques
Thermographic Phosphors
Liquid Crystal Thermography
Steady-State Yellow-Band Tracking Technique
Steady-State HSI Technique
Transient HSI Technique
Transient Single-Color Capturing Technique
Flow and Thermal Field Measurement Techniques
Introduction
Five-Hole Probe/Thermocouples
Hot-Wire/Cold-Wire Anemometry
Laser Doppler Velocimetry
Particle Image Velocimetry
Laser Holographic Interferometry
Surface Visualization
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Transient Thin-Film Heat Flux Gages
Advanced Liquid Crystal Thermography
Infrared Thermography
Pressure-Sensitive Paint
Temperature-Sensitive Paint
Flow and Thermal Field Measurements
Closure
References
Numerical Modeling
Governing Equations and Turbulence Models
Introduction
Governing Equations
Turbulence Models
Standard k-� Model
Low-Re k-� Model
Two-Layer k-� Model
k-� Model
Baldwin-Lomax Model
Second-Moment Closure Model
Algebraic Closure Model
Numerical Prediction of Turbine Heat Transfer
Introduction
Prediction of Turbine Blade/Vane Heat Transfer
Prediction of the Endwall Heat Transfer
Prediction of Blade Tip Heat Transfer
Numerical Prediction of Turbine Film Cooling
Introduction
Prediction of Flat-Surface Film Cooling
Prediction of Leading-Edge Film Cooling
Prediction of Turbine Blade Film Cooling
Numerical Prediction of Turbine Internal Cooling
Introduction
Effect of Rotation
Effect of 180� Turn
Effect of Transverse Ribs
Effect of Angled Ribs
Effect of Rotation on Channel Shapes
Effect of Coolant Extraction
New Information from 2000 to 2010
CFD for Turbine Film Cooling
CFD for Turbine Internal Cooling
CFD for Conjugate Heat Transfer and Film Cooling
CFD for Turbine Heat Transfer
References
Final Remarks
Turbine Heat Transfer and Film Cooling
Turbine Internal Cooling with Rotation
Turbine Edge Heat Transfer and Cooling
New Information from 2000 to 2010
Closure
Index

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