In this study, a design strategy combining 3D Inverse Design, CFD, DoE, RSM, and multi-objective genetic algorithm (MOGA) was used to develop a pump-turbine runner with high ef?ciency and stability.
In the present paper, the redesign of a transonic rotor was performed by means of a three-dimensional viscous inverse design method. The inverse approach used in this work is one where the pressure loading, blade thickness distribution and stacking axis are specified and the camber surface is calculated accordingly
This paper on transonic turbocharger compressors looks at the most effective ways to reduce noise while also meeting traditional requirements such as good choke and stall margin, high boosting pressure ratio and high stage efficiency.
This paper presents the result of design optimization for three-bladed pump inducer using a three-dimensional inverse design approach, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Design of Experiment (DoE) taking suction performance and cavitation instability into consideration.