Tsujimoto, Yoshinobu and Acosta, Allan J. and Brennen, Christopher E. (1986) A Theoretical Study of Impeller and/or Vaneless Diffuser Attributed Rotating Stalls and their Effects on the Whirling Instability of a Centrifugal Impeller. Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. Journal, 52 (483). pp. 3747-3754. ISSN 0021-4728 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:TSUjjmes86
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Fluid forces on a centrifugal impeller rotating and whirling in a vaneless diffuser are analysed on the assumption of a two-dimensional inviscid flow. It is assumed that the number of impeller vanes is infinitely large and that the loss in the impeller can be estimated from the steady hydraulic and incidence losses taking into account the delay time of the loss. Further, the pressure at the outlet of the diffuser is assumed to be constant. On these assumptions impeller and/or diffuser attributed rotating stalls are observed, and the effects of parameters affecting the stalls are discussed. It is found that both stalls may cause the whirling instability of a centrifugal impeller.
|Additional Information:||Article is in Japanese.|
|Subject Keywords:||Unsteady Flow, Fluid Machine, Centrifugal Impeller, Whirling, Rotating Stall, Vaneless Diffuser|
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|Deposited By:||Christopher Brennen|
|Deposited On:||14 Dec 2004|
|Last Modified:||26 Dec 2012 08:39|
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