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CFD for Turbomachinery Blading Analysis and Design

  • Alexander Wiedermann

Abstract

Design of modern turbomachinery relies on application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (=CFD). Based on Navier-Stokes solvers developed by the author and used in actual design systems an overview will be given on code validation requirements. Steady-state and transient flow field results in cascades of axial turbomachines will be presented.

Keywords

CFD 2D- and 3D viscous flow solver code calibration blade design 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexander Wiedermann
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  1. 1.Takasago Research and Development CentreMitsubishi Heavy IndustriesTakasagoJapan

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