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Turbomachinery

All equipment that is continuously powered or energized by a rotating component dynamically is called a turbomachine. The word turbo is derived from the Latin root and means to rotate. The rotor blades or rotor wheels change the enthalpy (the amount of system heat at constant pressure) of the fluid passing through it, either positively or negatively.

One of the most common practical engineering applications of fluid mechanics is the design of turbomachines and turbomachinery. Turbomachines are the hearts of industries. Some types of turbomachines add energy to the fluids like pumps and compressors while others extract energy from fluids like turbines.

Pumps and turbines have lots of different types due to their applications; however, the most popular ones in the industry are axial and centrifugal. Optimization of turbomachines is of great importance in the industry as they consume a large amount of energy and therefore better performance of turbomachines reduces energy consumption and finally will help us to have a cleaner environment.

CFD simulation of turbomachines will lead to improvement of design and better efficiency. For instance, we can achieve better design of pumps and compressors, turbochargers, steam and hydro turbines, blade design, etc. Mr CFD Company will help you to optimize the design of turbomachines to increase the efficiency.

Turbine

A large category of turbomachines is called turbines. They are classified as gas, steam, wind, and water (tidal) types. The main components of a turbine are:

– The rotary section which consists of axes, discs and moving blades.

– The stationary consists of a body or a shell and stationary blades. The stationary blades are mounted on the stator shell and adjust the flow direction of the fluid in order to exchange full energy upon arrival the rotary section.

The mechanical energy generated in the rotary axis is transmitted through a connection to the generator axis. As a result of mechanical energy to the generator axis, electricity is generated at a frequency equal to the frequency of the turbine’s rotation and transmitted through high-pressure cables.

The turbine is a rotating mechanical device that takes energy from the fluid flow and converts it into useful work. The structure of the turbines consists of two main parts: a rotor and a set of blades. Types of turbines include steam turbines, gas turbines, wind turbines, and hydro (water or tidal) turbines.

Water (Tidal) Turbine

Water turbines are turbomachines that convert the kinetic energy of the water flow or the potential energy of the water altitude difference into a circular motion. In fact, two factors of water flow velocity and water pressure head are two important factors for energy generation in hydro turbines. Water turbines are divided into three general categories according to the type of water flow: Kaplan turbines whose water flow is along the length of the turbine, Radial flow turbines (Francis) that flow The water is in the radius of the turbine, and the tangential flow turbines (Pelton) are the water flowing in a tangential direction to the turbine.

turbine

The different types of turbines are as follows:

A. Axial Turbine: The parallel water enters the axis of the turbine and exits in the same direction.

B – Transverse turbine: Water enters the perpendicular axis of the turbine and exits perpendicular to it.

C – Centrifugal turbine: This is a transverse turbine in which the water within it gradually moves away from the axis.

D – Radial Inflow Turbine: This is a transverse turbine in which water approaches the center.

E – Radial Axial turbine: Water enters the perpendicular to the axis and drains almost parallel to the turbine.

Wind Turbine

Wind turbines are machines that convert wind energy into electrical energy. Turbine construction consists of three main parts, including the tower (with all components mounted), the rotor and the blades or rotating blades attached to it, and the protective cover (including control system, gearbox, generator, and shafts). The way the blades are designed in wind turbines is to rotate with the wind. The rotation of the blades causes the rotor of the turbine to rotate, and as a result, the torque applied to the blades rapidly rotates in the turbine gearbox, thus converting mechanical energy into electrical energy by the generator.

HAWT & VAWT

We can divide wind turbines into two general categories based on the axis of rotation. The Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (HAWT) and the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT). The horizontal axis wind turbine has a rotational axis parallel to the wind direction. While the vertical wind turbine has a rotational axis perpendicular to the wind direction. Horizontal turbines are capable of operating at high altitudes at high wind speeds and are more efficient due to their direct exposure to the wind direction. While vertical turbines are capable of working at lower altitudes with lower efficiency. Airflow introduces two types of aerodynamic forces on each surface, including drag force and lift force. The drag force is parallel to the direction of flow over the surface. While the lift force is perpendicular to the wind flow. The main cause of wind turbine blades rotation is the presence of either of these forces or the application of both forces. The cross-section shape of the blades of the turbine is an airfoil. The airfoil-shaped structure causes the wind flow velocity to vary between the upper and lower blade surfaces and thereby cause the pressure difference in the blades to rotate the blades.

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