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NASA Lewis Research Center Workshop on Forced Response in Turbomachinery
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This document serves as a summary of the NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC) Workshop on Forced Response in Turbomachinery in August of The workshop was sponsored by the following NASA organizations: Structures, Space Propulsion Technology, and Propulsion Systems Divisions of the NASA Lewis Research Center and the Aeronautics and Advanced.
Get this from a library. NASA Lewis Research Center Workshop on Forced Response in Turbomachinery: proceedings of a conference held at the NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, August, 11, [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Scientific and Technical Information Program.;]. The turbomachinery aeroelastic effort at NASA Lewis 2esearch Center is focused on unstalled and stalled flutter, forced response, and whirl flutter of both single-rotation and counter-rotation propfans (figs.
1 & 2). It also includes forced response of the space shuttle main engine (SSME) turbopump blades (fig. Nov 14, · NASA’s Glenn Research Center provides ground test facilities to industry, government, and academia.
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Submitted by sallareddy on Sun, 11/08/ Lead Center: Glenn Research Center. Technology Area: Air. Paper submitted to Thermal Fluid Analysis Workshop (TFAWS) to be hosted by NASA Glenn Research Center and Corporate College, Cleveland, SeptemberModeling of Compressible Flow with Friction and Heat Transfer using the Generalized Fluid System Simulation Program (GFSSP) Alak Bandyopadhyay & Alok MajumdarCited by: 1.
AN INTEGRATED NONLINEAR APPROACH FOR TURBOMACHINERY FORCED RESPONSE PREDICTION. PART I: FORMULATION This paper describes the formulation of an advanced numerical model for the simulation of high- and low-engine-order forced response for turbomachinery applications.
The various forced response mechanisms are explained in some detail and a Cited by: Multimodal Energy Harvesting and Research at Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems Shashank Priya Virginia Tech The vast reduction in size and power consumption of sensors and CMOS circuitry has led to focused research effort on the power sources which can replace the batteries or enhance their lifetime.Localization of Aeroelastic Modes in Mistimed High-Energy Turbines Christophe Pierre* results in larger forced response amplitudes.3"5 Further-more, it has recently been shown that mistuning can alter the NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH Senior Member AIAA.
to become localized by mistuning to a few rotor blades, termed.