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CFD MODELING OF CROSS CORRUGATED MICROTURBINE RECUPERATOR

Originální název

CFD MODELING OF CROSS CORRUGATED MICROTURBINE RECUPERATOR

Anglický název

CFD MODELING OF CROSS CORRUGATED MICROTURBINE RECUPERATOR

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The CFD code STAR CD was used to assess the thermal and hydraulic performance of a primary surface type gas turbine recuperator, with Cross Corrugated (CC) surface. The main goal of CFD modeling was to evaluate heat transfer and pressure drops predicted by the 1D methodology and thus to verify the recuperator efficiency. Two computational domains were made. The first for heat transfer and pressure drops simulation in the recuperator core and the latter for pressure drops predicted at the inlet and outlet ports. Details of the recuperator core, computational domains and the boundary conditions for CFD simulation as well as relevant results are presented.

Anglický abstrakt

The CFD code STAR CD was used to assess the thermal and hydraulic performance of a primary surface type gas turbine recuperator, with Cross Corrugated (CC) surface. The main goal of CFD modeling was to evaluate heat transfer and pressure drops predicted by the 1D methodology and thus to verify the recuperator efficiency. Two computational domains were made. The first for heat transfer and pressure drops simulation in the recuperator core and the latter for pressure drops predicted at the inlet and outlet ports. Details of the recuperator core, computational domains and the boundary conditions for CFD simulation as well as relevant results are presented.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT13336,
  author="Jiří {Hejčík} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="CFD MODELING OF CROSS CORRUGATED MICROTURBINE RECUPERATOR",
  annote="The CFD code STAR CD was used to assess the thermal and hydraulic performance of a primary surface type gas turbine recuperator, with Cross Corrugated (CC) surface. 
The main goal of CFD modeling was to evaluate heat transfer and pressure drops predicted by the 1D methodology and thus to verify the recuperator efficiency. Two computational domains were made. The first for heat transfer and pressure drops simulation in the recuperator core and the latter for pressure drops predicted at the inlet and outlet ports. 
Details of the recuperator core, computational domains and the boundary conditions for CFD simulation as well as relevant results are presented.
",
  address="The American Society of Mechanical Engineers",
  booktitle="2003 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress",
  chapter="13336",
  institution="The American Society of Mechanical Engineers",
  number="41350",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="41350",
  publisher="The American Society of Mechanical Engineers",
  type="conference paper"
}