Wave rotor demonstrator engine assessment

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  • Rotors.,
  • Turbines.,
  • Shafts (Machine elements),
  • Gas turbine engines.,
  • Engine tests.,
  • Ducted flow.,
  • Compressors.

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StatementPhilip H. Snyder.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 198496., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198496.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15505189M

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Wave rotor demonstrator engine utilizing the Allison engine. There are several wave rotor cycles that may be suited to a turbine engine application. Candidate wave rotor topping cycles were considered and a screening process used to indicate a preferred cycle. An engine File Size: 2MB.

Get this from a library. Wave rotor demonstrator engine assessment. [Philip H Snyder; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Designed to function as a practical guide, Shock Wave Engine Design offers concise step-by-step design techniques in a readily usable format.

Engineers will find precise, detailed directions on such essentials as how to size wave rotor blade lengths and heights and the correct rotor diameter for a specified power, and material selection for Cited by: the benefits and viability of a wave-rotor-topped gas turbine engine.

A successful wave-rotor/gas-turbine-engine demonstration is a necessary step on the path to mature wave rotor technology. To this end, a demonstrator engine is planned that will achieve significantly improved performance, aggressively NA S A/TM-- 1File Size: KB.

A wave rotor topped gas turbine engine has been identified which incorporates five basic requirements of a successful demonstrator engine. Predicted performance maps of the wave rotor cycle have been used along with maps of existing gas turbine hardware in a design point by: The objective of the program was to determine a wave rotor demonstrator engine concept using the Allison series engine.

The results of the NASA LERC wave rotor effort were used as a basis for the wave rotor design. A wave rotor topped gas turbine engine was identified which incorporates five basic requirements of a successful demonstrator Author: Philip H. Snyder. A Review of Wave Rotor Technology and Its Applications The objective of this paper is to provide a succinct review of past and current research in developing wave rotor technology.

This technology has shown unique capabilities to enhance the performance and operating characteristics of a variety of engines and ma-chinery utilizing thermodynamic.

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A schematic representation of a two-shaft gas turbine topped with a four-port wave rotor is shown in Figure the air stream at the compressor exit enters the wave rotor through port and fills up the rotor channels, is further compressed due to the shock generated when the hot Author: A.

Fatsis. A series of tests has been performed on a four-port wave rotor suitable for use as a topping stage on a gas turbine engine, to measure the overall pressure ratio obtainable as a function of.

Get this from a library. Wave-rotor-enhanced gas turbine engine demonstrator. [Gerard E Welch; NASA Glenn Research Center,; U.S. Army Research Laboratory.] -- The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, NASA Glenn Research Center, and Rolls-Royce Allison are working collaboratively to demonstrate the benefits and viability of a wave-rotor-topped gas turbine engine.

The objective of this paper is to review and suggest wave-rotor applications in power generation and refrigeration systems. The emphasis is on recent investigations performed by the authors for a microturbine (30 kW) and a novel enhancement of a state-of-the-art water (R) compression refrigeration cycle.

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[1] Welch, G.E.,“Overview of Wave-Rotor Technology for Gas Turbine Engine Topping Cycles,” Novel Aero Propulsion Systems International Symposium, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, pp Technical Report [1] Author(s), year, “Report Title,” Report Number (if any) Publisher, Location.

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