By Josef L. Staud
This textbook is a set of technical papers that have been awarded on the 10th foreign Symposium on Unsteady Aerodynamics, Aeroacoustics, and Aeroelasticity of Turbomachines held September 8-11, 2003 at Duke college in Durham, North Carolina. The papers characterize the most recent in cutting-edge examine within the parts of aeroacoustics, aerothermodynamics, computational tools, experimental trying out regarding movement instabilities, flutter, pressured reaction, multistage, and rotor-stator results for turbomachinery.
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6a-c). 11. 26 Figure 6. Case 1 vibration amplitude distribution (far ﬁeld domain) Figure 7. 5 (Fig. 2b). Soldier modes. Structural analysis shows that a vibration pattern with identical amplitude and zero inter-blade phase angle is a typical mode shape for a sectored vane cascade at low reduced frequencies. The critical reduced frequency maps for the four-, ﬁve- and six-airfoil sectored vanes for this so-called "soldier mode" are shown in Figures 8a, 8b and 8c, respectively. Figure 8. Soldier mode (far ﬁeld domain) 28 As for a more general case of real sector mode shapes (far-ﬁeld domain, Case 1 amplitude distribution, referred to Figs.
On the other side the proposed method is limited to real modes in traveling waves. Real modes are single harmonic component modes: all points belonging to the same blade vibrate in phase (or antiphase) with each other. This hypothesis is acceptable for elastically suspended uncoupled blades, but essentially excludes blade row assembly modes to be properly described. This is the case for shrouded rotor rows, where the blade mechanical coupling generates the so-called complex modes, that can be seen as a superposition of two real modes in quadrature.
Comparison of computed and experimental pressure perturbation coefﬁcient (magnitude and phase) Figure 1b. 4t h standard conﬁguration, cases 3, 6, 7, 8. Comparison of computed and experimental aerodamping coefﬁcient Flutter screening for real modes Before applying ﬂutter screening to complex modes, real mode screening has been implemented, through the integration of LARS with a speciﬁc pro- A Method to Assess Flutter Stability of Complex Modes 35 The rigid complex mode is described as a complex —instead of real— coefﬁcient linear combination of the same three fundamental modes: the pressure perturbation on a generic complex mode (at a given IBPA and frequency) is derived by linearly superposing the three fundamental real perturbations solved for the generation of real mode ﬂutter maps.
Unsteady Aerodynamics, Aeroacoustics and Aeroelasticity of Turbomachines by Josef L. Staud