Thennavarajan, S and Janaki, Rami Reddy and Nitesh, Kumar and Krishnoji Rao, KS and Loganathan, KS and Jagannatha Rao, B and Ramamurthy, S (2009) Performance of a Jet Pump used to Test the Heat Exchanger of TEJAS Aircraft. Project Report. NAL, NAL Bangalore.Full text not available from this repository.
The atmospheric air ingested into gas turbine unit is not absolutely pure.It always contains Solid or liquid aerosols,moisture in liquid or vapour form, and some times harmful gaseous substance such as hydrogen sulphide,sulphur dioxide,nitrogen and chlorine compound etc.Their sources are soil dust,river,sea and atmospheric moisture,pollen and seeds,waste products generated by traffic and industrial enterprises.These impurities of atmospheric air adhere to the compressor blading and annulus area of the gas turbine, affecting the engine performance.The axial flow compressor fouling greatly influences the gas turbine unit performance.The fouled axial compressor has deteriorated aerodynamic quantities,which causes the decrease in the air mass flow through the engine and decrease in surge margin and compressor efficiency.Simultaneously there is drop in compressor pressure ratio due to reduced gas mass flow through the gas turbine.The net effect leads to decrease in the gas turbine unit output and to increase in the specific fuel consumption.This report describes the method to evaluate the performance deterioration of axial compressor stage due to fouling.
|Item Type:||Proj.Doc/Technical Report (Project Report)|
|Subjects:||AERONAUTICS > Aeronautics (General)|
AERONAUTICS > Aircraft Propulsion and Power
|Division/Department:||Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division, Propulsion Division|
|Depositing User:||Dr S Ramamurthy|
|Date Deposited:||25 Aug 2010 11:04|
|Last Modified:||25 Aug 2010 11:04|
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