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In table 1 Q is defined as volumic flow, Pt as the total pressure, U as the training velocity and l as the rope lenght. Indices 1,2,3 and 4 correspond to inlet and outlet of the wheel and inlet and outlet of the diffuser, respectively. The fluid temperature at the inlet stay around 298K during all th experiment, so its density can be assumed constant and equals to .

The device is equipped with pressure transducers with fast response mounted on the casing wall and a hot wire probe (3 components) in the air gap. The latter gives complete access to the velocity field on a cylindrical section located 4 mm from the wheel's training edge and 8 mm from the diffuser vanning edge (at r=0.214m). Unstationary data are reconstituted assuming temporal periodicity of physical quantities. For more details, see [1].

At the inlet, absolute velocity is given along the rotation axis, and the formula modified to calculate the flooding velocity is the following :

(1) |

and are inner and outter radius of the inlet section, respectively. The inlet turbulence is calculated with the classical formulas for round section pipes with smooth walls.

The Reynolds number is about 10000 and R=0.041m is the radius at the center of the inlet pipe.

Turbulence initialisation is done through a reference length and a reference velocity according to classical formulas.

[2] Ubaldi, M., Zunino, P., Barigozzi, G. and Cattanei, A., "An Experimental Investigation of Stator Induced Unsteadiness on Centrifugal Impeller Outflow", Journal of Turbomachinery, vol.118, 41-54, 1996.

[3] Ubaldi, M., Zunino, P., Barigozzi, G. and Cattanei, A., "LDV Investigation of the Rotor-Stator Aerodynamic Interaction in a Centrifugal Turbomachine", 8th International Symposium on Applications of Laser Techniques to Fluid Mechanics, Lisbon, 1996.

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png | Boudaries_conditions.png | manage | 20.2 K | 2010-10-21 - 10:26 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | Initialisation_parameters.png | manage | 18.6 K | 2010-10-21 - 10:26 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | Turbulence_parameters.png | manage | 16.8 K | 2010-10-21 - 10:31 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | fig66_genevaspompmod.png | manage | 11.3 K | 2009-10-07 - 10:22 | MickaelHassanaly | Gometric details |

png | fig67_68_69_genovaspump.png | manage | 614.6 K | 2009-10-07 - 10:25 | MickaelHassanaly | 1/ tridimensionnal mesh of Genova's pump 2/ Wheel mesh 3/ Diffuser mesh |

png | fig67_68_69_genovaspump_retouched.png | manage | 609.1 K | 2009-10-20 - 14:14 | MickaelHassanaly | Figure 2 : mesh of differents parts of the pump |

png | fig67_genovaspump.png | manage | 106.5 K | 2009-10-22 - 08:15 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | numerical_parameters.png | manage | 12.3 K | 2010-10-21 - 10:27 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | tableau6_genovaspump_retouch.png | manage | 85.5 K | 2009-10-22 - 07:12 | MickaelHassanaly | Array 2 : Data ettings for simulation |

png | taleau4_genovaspump.png | manage | 50.6 K | 2009-10-22 - 08:23 | MickaelHassanaly | |

png | thermo_properties.png | manage | 13.1 K | 2010-10-21 - 10:00 | MickaelHassanaly | Array 2 : Thermophysical properties |

Topic revision: r15 - 2011-09-02 - 11:48:09 - DavidMonfort

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