In this webinar, you will learn how to approach the design of high performance hydrogen compressor and pump and discover how TURBOdesign Suite combined with Ansys Workbench can be used to design these turbomachinery components.
This webinar present a rapid and efficient design and optimization process for axial contra-rotating fans. The speakers - Prof. Mehrdad Zangeneh, Saurabh Gupta and Tobis Sieger - present application of TURBOdesign tools for the preliminary multi-blade row design of the axial fan where the rpm and pressure rise repartition of the different stages are varied. The results of the preliminary design work are shown to be in excellent agreement with 3D CFD validating the overall design process and solution.
A fully three-dimensional compressible inverse design method for the design of radial and mixed flow turbomachines in described in this paper. Two approaches are presented for solving the compressible flow problem: approximate and exact approaches.
In this paper, the potential of a 3D inverse design method, in which the blade geometry is computed for a specified circulation distribution (directly related to blade loading), as a means of using the flow information obtained from CFD predictions and detailed measurements to effect systematic improvements in turbomachinery design has been explored.
The customer, one of the world’s leading HVAC manufacturers, required the design of a new range of chillers using R1234ze(E) refrigerant. The chiller uses a 2-stage in-line compressor. Both compressors and the return channel need to be designed.
To compare the performance of inducers with different blade loadings, a three-dimensional inverse design method was applied to control the blade loading distribution of inducers. This paper has been presented during the ASME 2002 Fluid Engineering Division Summer Meeting.
When Avio S.p.A launched an internal review of their design systems, it lead to a powerful revamp of the whole aero turbines design process. This led to an improvement in tool quality as well as overall methodology.