Towards a Comprehensive Computational Simulation System for Turbomachinery Ming-Hsin Shih

ISBN: 9781288916238

Published: March 13th 2013

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202 pages


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Towards a Comprehensive Computational Simulation System for Turbomachinery  by  Ming-Hsin Shih

Towards a Comprehensive Computational Simulation System for Turbomachinery by Ming-Hsin Shih
March 13th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 202 pages | ISBN: 9781288916238 | 8.52 Mb

The objective of this work is to develop algorithms associated with a comprehensive computational simulation system for turbomachinery flow fields. This development is accomplished in a modular fashion. These modules includes grid generation,MoreThe objective of this work is to develop algorithms associated with a comprehensive computational simulation system for turbomachinery flow fields.

This development is accomplished in a modular fashion. These modules includes grid generation, visualization, network, simulation, toolbox, and flow modules. An interactive grid generation module is customized to facilitate the grid generation process associated with complicated turbomachinery configurations.

With its user-friendly graphical user interface, the user may interactively manipulate the default settings to obtain a quality grid within a fraction of time that is usually required for building a grid about the same geometry with a general-purpose grid generation code.

Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline formulations are utilized in the algorithm to maintain geometry fidelity while redistributing grid points on the solid surfaces. Bezier curve formulation is used to allow interactive construction of inner boundaries. It is also utilized to allow interactive point distribution. Cascade surfaces are transformed from three-dimensional surfaces of revolution into two-dimensional parametric planes for easy manipulation.

Such a transformation allows these manipulated plane grids to be mapped to surfaces of revolution by any generatrix definition. A sophisticated visualization module is developed to al-low visualization for both grid and flow solution, steady or unsteady. A network module is built to allow data transferring in the heterogeneous environment.

A flow module is integrated into this system, using an existing turbomachinery flow code. A simulation module is developed to combine the network, flow, and visualization module to achieve near real-time flow simulation about turbomachinery geometries. A toolbox module is developed to support the overall task.



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