Special Issue "Advanced Aero-Thermal Instrumentation and Computational Prediction of Turbomachinery Flows"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2020) | Viewed by 416
Interests: aerothermodynamics of turbomachinery; analytical and experimental fluid mechanics; heat transfer in air breathing propulsion systems; turbine cooling; turbulent heat flux modelling; heat transfer research in hot/cold cascades; periodic and turbulent heat transfer in unsteady fluid mechanics; finite element strategies for the computation of viscous flow and heat transfer for turbomachinery systems; unsteady augmentation of convective heat transfer in coolant passages; implementation of chiral-nematic liquid crystals in heat transfer research; solid-state diode lasers in Doppler velocimetry; digital image processing for heat transfer and unsteady fluid dynamics; fast response instrumentation; particle image velocimetry; turbine tip section heat transfer and film cooling; trailing edge cooling; edge cooling heat transfer; pressure sensitive paints; sand erosion of helicopter blades turbine casing treatment and aerodynamic tip desensitization of axial flow turbines; ducted fan aerodynamics
The computational prediction of internal flows and advanced aero-thermal instrumentation are two of the most significant areas that have helped cause recent improvements in turbomachinery systems. The high efficiency and reliable operation of aerospace propulsion systems and ground-based power generation systems directly benefits turbomachinery R&D, relying heavily on modern instrumentation and computational prediction of aero-thermo-mechanical systems.
This Special Issue on "Advanced Aero-Thermal Instrumentation and Computational Prediction of Turbomachinery Flows" contains recent work in the areas of steady/unsteady aero-thermal flow systems, aero-thermal optimizations, and fluid–solid interactions. Submissions from all areas of aero-propulsion systems, ground-based power generation systems, and general turbomachinery fields are expected.
Papers dealing with recently developed novel measurement systems are highly encouraged. Advanced aero-thermal instrumentation-related papers, including particle image velocimetry PIV, laser doppler anemometry LDA, pressure/temperature sensitive coatings, fast response pressure and heat flux sensors, thermographic liquid crystals, and novel film cooling effectiveness measurement methods are included in the broad scope of the Special Issue.
Multi-dimensional turbomachinery aerothermal computations using the finite volume method, finite element method, complex grid generation approaches applied to the main gas path, cooling systems, and secondary flow systems will be considered. Time-accurate rotor simulations and LES- and DNS-based studies are also suitable topics for this edition.
Prof. Dr. Cengiz Camci
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- Advanced instrumentation
- Energy efficiency
- Energy production
- Secondary flows
- Turbine cooling