Document Sample

TENTAMEN ae3-235 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Marine Technology TENTAMINATION THERMODYNAMICS AND GAS TURBINES - (ae3-235) English Version 23-08-2006, 9:00 – 12:00 h 4 pages + formula sheet + answering sheet REMARKS: 1 Please fill in the answers on the answer-sheet. Also, the calculations have to be handed in. The grade will be determined on both the answers and calculations. 2 Please fill in your name and students-number on both the answer-sheet and calculations. 3 Except from the formula sheet included, it is not allowed to use other information! 4 Please take into account that the sequence of the questions does not always determine the sequence in which the answers can be found! 5 For the multiple-choice questions only one answer is correct. Please observe the rules above very carefully. Non compliance will result in lower or no grade! TASK I 1. Consider a low bypass twin spool mixed turbofan military engine similar to the GE F110, the power plant of the F-16 fighter aircraft. Assume standard take-off ambient conditions: - Flight Mach number 0.0 - Ambient temperature 288.15 K - Ambient pressure 101.325 kPa Mixing F Zone 2 2.5 3 4 4.5 5 6 8 The mixing zone starts at the exit of the fan duct and at the exit of low pressure turbine and it lasts until station 6, where uniform values of the thermodynamic variables are achieved. A simplified approach to the mixing process can be based on the following assumptions: − Mixing does not entail losses (p05(exit LPT) = p06(after the mixing process)). − The temperature pattern after mixing is completely uniform across the flow area (the heat exchange between both flows is ideal and complete) − The flow of the mixer until the exhaust is completely adiabatic (no heat losses) (cont’d on next page) 1 TENTAMEN ae3-235 The fan (F) is driven by the low pressure turbine and the compressor is driven by the high pressure turbine. A convergent nozzle is considered. At the conditions as mentioned above, the following data apply for this engine: - inlet air mass flow 90 kg/s - total pressure at fan inlet 100 kPa - bypass ratio 0.6 - fan pressure ratio (inner annulus) 3 - fan pressure ratio (outer annulus) 3.2 - fan isentropic efficiency (inner annulus) 0.81 - fan isentropic efficiency (outer annulus) 0.80 - fan duct pressure loss 1% - compressor pressure ratio 8 - compressor isentropic efficiency 0.82 - turbine inlet temperature 1650 K - HP turbine isentropic efficiency 0.89 - LP turbine isentropic efficiency 0.90 - mechanical efficiency of HP and LP turbine 0.99 - combustion efficiency 0.99 - pressure loss of the combustor 4% - nozzle isentropic efficiency 0.97 Calculate the following parameters: a) compressor exit total pressure b) compressor exit total temperature c) low pressure turbine (LPT) delivered power d) power absorbed by compressor e) fuel flow f) low pressure turbine exit pressure g) exit mixing total temperature h) exit mixing total pressure i) critical pressure ratio j) exit nozzle cross sectional area k) net thrust 2. The turbofan of the previous point has a special device, so called “afterburner”, which can be used in case of military operations if the pilot needs it. Mixing Zone afterburner F 2 2.5 3 4 4.5 5 6 6’ 8 Assume exactly the same take-off conditions of the previous point and take into account also the afterburner, which significantly increases the gas temperature between stations 6 and 6’ up to 1650 K. The variable exhaust nozzle increases the exhaust area A8 in order to maintain total pressure at station 6 unchanged and to leave gas generator conditions fixed as they have been evaluated in the previous point. Assuming the same conditions at station 6 as calculated in Task1.1, pressure loss of 1.5% and combustion efficiency 0.98 for the re-heating process, evaluate: a) afterburner fuel flow b) exit nozzle cross sectional area c) net thrust 2 TENTAMEN ae3-235 TASK II The Mollier Diagram and description of the different phases of a substance have been presented separately in the course. The relationship between pressure, specific volume and temperature of any medium can be presented on a three-dimensional surface. Because of the difficulty of visualizing and drawing these surfaces, it is customary to depict the data of the 3D phase diagram on projections in 2D. An example of the qualitative 2D diagram (T,p) of the water is given: p S = Solid Phase S L = Liquid Phase L V = Vapor Phase V T Considering the phase diagram above, indicate the states as a,b and c according to the questions below, and answer the question in text a) where is the triple point and which condition it describes b) where are the saturation states and which conditions they describe c) where is the critical point and which condition it describes TASK III 0 1 2 Primary Secondary Dilution Holes Holes Holes Mixture Primary Secondary Preparation Unit Zone Zone Figure 3.1: Combustor Cross Section The Figure above depicts an annular combustor of an aero-derivative engine (such an engine, derived from a jet engine, can be used for industrial purposes) fueled by natural gas (natural gas is to be considred as pure methane). The fuel flow is 2.5 kg/s. The air flows into the liner are as follows: (cont’d on next page) 3 TENTAMEN ae3-235 - & Air flow through the mixture preparation unit, ma MPU : 30 kg/s; - & PH Air flow through the primary holes, ma : 30 kg/s; - & Air flow through the secondary holes, ma : SH 20 kg/s; - & Air flow through the dilution holes, ma DH : 45 kg/s. 1. Find the stoichiometric fuel-to-air ratio (by mass) for natural gas (methane), assuming the following reaction of ideal combustion: CH 4 + 10 ( 0.2O2 + 0.8 N 2 ) → 2 H 2O + CO2 + 8 N 2 . The molecular weights of the chemical elements can be assumed as: C: 12 kg/kmol; H: 1 kg/kmol; O: 16 kg/kmol; N: 14 kg/kmol. 2. a) What is the fuel-to-air equivalence ratio for the mixture preparation unit (station 0)? b) What is the fuel-to-air equivalence ratio at the outlet of the primary zone (station 1)? & PH & MPU , and ma is perfect. The mixing between the fuel flow, ma c) What is the overall fuel-to-air equivalence ratio, ϕoverall (at combustor outlet, station & 2)? The mixing between the fuel flow, m MPU a & PH , m a & , m SH a & DH and ma is perfect. 3. If the combustor shown in Fig. 3.1. is properly designed, the flame will stabilize in the primary zone. It is customary to describe combustion stability T3=const by a range of ϕoverall , fuel-to-air equivalence p3=const ratios, that shape the combustor stability loop. ϕoverall Such a loop is obtained during combustor development testing: After turning on the fuel and igniting the mixture, the fuel supply is gradually reduced until “lean” flame extinction 1 occurs. After noting the ϕoverall of extinction, combustion is re-established. The fuel flow is now slowly increased until “rich” extinction takes place. This process is repeated at increased levels of air mass flow. Show a generic form of the combustor stability loop on the coordinate system given in Fig. 3.2. Indicate the regions of stable and unstable combustion. For unstable combustion, clearly indicate the Air Mass Flow regions of blow-off (also known as “blow out”) and flashback. Figure 3.2: Combustor Stability Loop 4 TENTAMEN ae3-235 FORMULAS 1 Assumptions. Unless noted in the tasks, the following values and equations are valid. 1 the process in inlet, compressor, turbine and in the jet are adiabatic. 2 the contribution of the fuel mass flow to the total mass flow through the combustion chamber can be neglected, but through the turbine it cannot be neglected. The mass flow through the turbine is thus equal to the mass flow of the compressor air plus the mass flow of the fuel. 3 the contribution of the fuel mass flow to the total mass flow during the re-heat process can be neglected, but through the nozzle it cannot be neglected. 2 Physical Constants, etc. Gas constant R 287 J/kg.K Specific heat of hot air cp 1000 J/kg.K Specific heat of flue gases cpg 1150 J/kg.K Specific heat of gases after the mixer of the turbofan cpm 1050 J/kg.K Isentropic coefficient air γl 1,4 Isentropic coefficient of flue gases γg 1,33 Isentropic coefficient after the mixer of the turbofan γg 1,38 Heating value fuel LHVfuel 4,32.107 J/kg 3 total pressures and temperatures. C 2 γ -1 2 T0 = T + = T (1 + M) 2 cp 2 T0 γ γ- 1 p0 = p ( ) T 4 compression. (index 1: initial conditions, index 2: end conditions) Isentropic efficiency: Polytropic efficiency: γ -1 γ -1 T 2 = 1 + 1 [( p2 ) γ T 2 = ( p2 )γ η pol - 1] T1 η is p1 T1 p1 5 TENTAMEN ae3-235 5 expansion. (index 1: initial conditions, index 2: end conditions) Isentropic efficiency: Polytropic efficiency: γ -1 γ -1 η pol T 2 = 1 - [1 - ( p2 ) γ T 2 = ( p2 ) γ η is ] T1 p1 T1 p1 Critical Pressure Ratio: p1 1 γ ε kr = =[ ]γ - 1 p2 γ -1 (1 - ) η is (γ + 1) 6 compressors and turbines. Relations of angles: compressor tan α 1 + tan β 1 = tan α 2 + tan β 2 turbine tan α 2 - tan β 2 = tan β 3 - tan α 3 Ca Degree of reaction: compressor Λ= (tan β 1 + tan β 2) 2U Ca turbine Λ= (tan β 3 - tan β 2) 2U 7 simplified combustion chamber heat balance mair ⋅ c pg ⋅ ∆TCC = ηCC ⋅ m fuel ⋅ LHV fuel & & 6

DOCUMENT INFO

Shared By:

Categories:

Tags:
mixing zone, water quality standards, receiving water, aquatic life, water quality, salmon streams, initial dilution, wastewater discharge, water quality criteria, las vegas, point source discharges, toxic pollutants, cook inlet, receiving waters, alaska salmon

Stats:

views: | 201 |

posted: | 1/12/2010 |

language: | English |

pages: | 6 |

OTHER DOCS BY broverya76

How are you planning on using Docstoc?
BUSINESS
PERSONAL

By registering with docstoc.com you agree to our
privacy policy and
terms of service, and to receive content and offer notifications.

Docstoc is the premier online destination to start and grow small businesses. It hosts the best quality and widest selection of professional documents (over 20 million) and resources including expert videos, articles and productivity tools to make every small business better.

Search or Browse for any specific document or resource you need for your business. Or explore our curated resources for Starting a Business, Growing a Business or for Professional Development.

Feel free to Contact Us with any questions you might have.