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**1989** by Research Studies Press, Wiley in Taunton, New York, Chichester .

Written in English

Read online**Edition Notes**

Statement | J.M. Owen and R.H. Rogers. Vol.1, Rotor-stator systems. |

Series | Mechanical engineering research studies -- 1 |

Contributions | Rogers, R. H. 1927- |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 278p. ; |

Number of Pages | 278 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22162633M |

ISBN 10 | 0863800904, 0471924741 |

**Download Flow and heat transfer in rotating-disc systems**

@article{osti_, title = {Flow and heat transfer in rotating-disc systems}, author = {Owen, J.M. and Rogers, R.H.}, abstractNote = {This book addresses rotor-stator systems. Topics covered include: Basic Equations; Laminar flow over a single disc; Turbulent flow over a single disc; Heat transfer from a single disc; Rotor-stator systems with no superposed flow; Rotor-stator systems with a.

The paper provides a review of fluid flow and heat transfer in the rotating disk systems that are relevant to designers of turbomachinery. Starting with the free disk, the review includes rotor-stator systems (which are used to simulate turbine disks rotating near stationary casings) and rotating cavities (which are used to simulate corotating turbine disks).Cited by: Publisher Summary.

Rotating discs are found in a range of engineering applications such as gas turbine engines, flywheels, gears, and brakes. This chapter considers the subject of a plain rotating disc in detail, thereby providing an in-depth development of understanding of the flow physics and modeling approach for both laminar and turbulent flow.

Flow Heat Transfer in Rotating-Disc Systems (2 Volumes) (Mechanical Engineering Research Studies, Engineering Design) by Owens (Author) ISBN ISBN X.

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Author: Owens. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Flow and heat transfer in rotating-disc systems. Taunton, Somerset, England: Research Studies Press ; New York: Wiley, ©© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J M Owen; Ruth H Rogers.

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Volume 1. Rotor—Stator Systems. By J. OWEN and R. ROGERS. Wiley, pp. £ - Volume - C. J Author: C. Chapman. Flow and heat transfer in rotating-disc systems by J. Owen, R.

Rogers, FebruaryResearch Studies Pr edition, Hardcover in English. The book describes results of investigations of a series of convective heat-and-mass transfer problems in rotating-disk systems, namely, over free rotating disks, under conditions of transient.

Discussing fluid mechanics and heat transfer in rotating-disc systems, this text simplifies and extends existing information to provide a basic understanding of the subject.

Physical insight, mathematical models and experimental data are used to explain the flow structure and provide theoretical methods and correlations which will be of use to research workers and designers.

Owen, J. M., and Wilson, M.,“Some Current Research in Rotating-Disc Systems,” in Turbine Int. Symp. on Heat Transfer in Gas Turbine Systems, Turkey, August 13–18, in Heat Transfer in Gas Turbine Systems, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,pp.

–Cited by: This book discusses the continuum foundation of rheology; transport phenomena in turbulent flow of rheologically complex fluids; and heat-transfer effects in flowing polymers.

The thixotropic effects in viscoelastic media; non-equilibrium thermodynamics and rheology of viscoelastic fluids; and flow instability due to convective time changes of. convective heat and mass transfer in rotating disk systems. The fundamental review monograph of J.M. Owen & R.H.

Rogers “ Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating-Disc. Conditions in the internal-air system of a high-pressure turbine stage are modeled using a rig comprising an outer preswirl chamber separated by a seal from an inner rotor-stator by: TY - BOOK.

T1 - Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating Disc Systems, Vol T2 - Rotor-Stator Systems. AU - Owen, J M. AU - Rogers, R H. PY - Y1 - Cited by: TY - BOOK. T1 - Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating Disc Systems, Volume 2. T2 - Rotating Cavities.

AU - Owen, J M. AU - Rogers, R H. PY - Y1 - Cited by: The flow and heat transfer associated with air cooled gas turbine discs can be modeled using simple rotating disc systems, as shown in Figure 1, where one disc rotates close to a second disc, which may be rotating or is convenient to classify the system by Γ, the ratio of the speed of the slower disc to that of the faster one: Γ = –1, 0, +1 correspond to contra-rotating discs.

Here Ω is the angular speed of the disc, b the radius of the disc, V the coolant volumetric flow rate (positive for radial outflow and negative for inflow), M the factional moment (or windage torque) on one side of the rotating disc, the heat flux from the disc surface to the fluid, and ΔT a representative temperature difference; r is radius, λ thermal conductivity, ρ fluid density and ν.

The flow medium is air. Flow is steady and turbulent. Properties of air are taken at standard temperature pressure conditions. 90% of frictional heat transferred to disc. Heat Flux is uniform over pad area. Radiation effects are neglected. Constant properties (density, Conductivity, specific heat, File Size: KB.

Owen JM, Rogers RH () Flow and heat transfer in rotating disc systems, vols 1 and 2. Research Studies Press Ltd, Taunton Google Scholar Pelle J, Harmand S () Heat transfer measurements in an opened rotor-stator system air-gap.

Rotating flow is critically important across a wide range of scientific, engineering and product applications, providing design and modeling capability for diverse products such as jet engines, pumps and vacuum cleaners, as well as geophysical flows.

Developed over the course of 20 years’ research into rotating fluids and associated heat transfer at the University of Sussex Thermo-Fluid. A Heat Transfer Text Book (3ed.) by Lienhard, J.

Computational Study of Flow Around a Rotating Disc in Flight () by Rohde A. Conduction Heat Transfer by Arpaci ; Conformal and Potential Analysis in Hele-Shaw Cells () by Gustafsson, Vasiliev Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer-Solution by Incropera, F.

The paper represents results of an exact solution of a laminar heat transfer problem for a rotating disk in a fluid co-rotating with the disk as a solid body. The angular speed of the fluid is less than the angular speed of the disk.

Disk’s surface temperature varies radially accordingly to a power law. Results for the laminar regime are compared with computations for turbulent heat transfer Cited by: Process waste heat recovery has been gaining attention in last decades in order to use resourcesefficiently. Even though the mechanisms of heat transfer in static systems such as cross flow heatexchangers are well understood, the situation is totally different for the heat transfer mechanisms insystems consisting of parallel, rotating by: 1.

Owen, J.M. and Rogers, R.H. () Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating-Disc Systems, Rotor-Stator Systems in Engineering Design Series, 1, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

has been cited by the following article: TITLE: CFD Numerical Simulation of Hydrodynamics in a Rotor-Stator Reactor for Biodiesel Synthesis. Ingress is the penetration of a hot mainstream gas in a turbine annulus through the rim seal into the wheel-space between the rotating turbine disc (the rotor) and the adjacent stationary casing (the stator).

Purge flow is used to prevent or reduce ingress, and the sealing effectiveness relates the flow rates of the purge and ingress. In this paper, an adiabatic effectiveness is used to relate Author: Hui Tang, GeonHwan Cho, Mario Patinios, James A. Scobie, Carl M. Sangan, J. Michael Owen, Gary D.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Secondary flows in axial turbines--a review --Heat transfer near turbine nozzle endwall --Transition to turbulence under low-pressure turbine conditions --Turbulence modeling in simulation of gas-turbine flow and heat transfer --A review of turbine blade.

An investigation on the two-phase flow field inside a grooved rotating-disk system is presented by experiment and computational fluid dynamics numerical simulation. The grooved rotating-disk system consists of one stationary flat disk and one rotating grooved disk. A three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics model considering two-phase flow and heat transfer was utilized to simulate phase Cited by: 1.

–Increase in heat transfer relative to heat transfer that would occur without the fin –Consider only the base area of the fin • Fin efficiency –Actual heat transfer relative to theoretical maximum –Maximum assumes entire fin is at base temperature Example – Book Problem Turbine blade mounted on proposed air-cooled rotating disc (T.

Review of fluid flow and convective heat transfer within rotating disk cavities with impinging jet Souad Harmand, Julien Pellé, Sébastien Poncet, Igor Shevchuk To cite this version: Souad Harmand, Julien Pellé, Sébastien Poncet, Igor Shevchuk.

Review of fluid flow and convec-tive heat transfer within rotating disk cavities with impinging jet. Computational fluid flow is not an easy subject. Not only is the mathematical representation of physico-chemical hydrodynamics complex, but the accurate numerical solution of the resulting equations has challenged many numerate scientists and engineers over the past two decades.

The modelling of Pages: Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating-Disc Systems. DOI: /ICHMTIntSympHetatTransTurb pages J. Owen School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom; Thermo-Fluid Mechanics Research Centre, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1.

liquid crystals in a pre-swirl rotating-disc system, J. Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power,Owen, J. and Rogers, R. H.,Flow and heat transfer in rotating disc systems: Vol. 1, Rotor-stator systems, Research Studies Press, Taunton, UK and John Wiley, NY FINITE ELEMENT MODELS Simulations of heat transfer through theAuthor: D.

Zhang, S. Varah, G. Lock, Michael Wilson. The amount of gas that can dissolve in a volume of liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of the gas in that liquid. Mathematically, where p is the partial pressure of a particular gas, c is the concentration of the dissolved gas, and kH is a constant for a particular gas in a particular solution; for example, kH for O2 dissolved in water at K is L atm/mol.

Developed over the course of 20 years’ research into rotating fluids and associated heat transfer at the University of Sussex Thermo-Fluid Mechanics Research Centre (TFMRC), Rotating Flow is an indispensable reference and resource for all those working within the gas turbine and rotating machinery : Elsevier Science.

Effects of Swirl and Flow Rate on the Flow and Heat Transfer in a Pre-swirl Rotating-disc System Mahmood FARZANEH-GORD, Michael WILSON and J. Michael OWEN Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Bath Bath BA2 7AY UK Phone: +, FAX: +, E-mail: [email protected] IGTCTokyo TS ABSTRACT.

The steady flow induced by a infinite disk that rotates in its own plane at is a classical problem in fluid mechanics. It is one of the few examples of a viscous flow that involves all three components of velocity and admits an exact solution to the Navier–Stokes equations.

Heat Transfer by Free Convection. This example describes an array of heating tubes submerged in a vessel with fluid flow entering at the bottom. This is a multiphysics model because it involves fluid dynamics coupled with heat transfer.

to turbulent flow is found at aboutReAdiscussion aboutthe role playedbythe adiabatic wall temperature is also included. Keywords: Rotating disk, convective heat transfer, IRthermography, adiabatic wall temperature INTRODUCTION The laminar flow due to an infinite fiat disk rotating in still air is one of the few exact solutions of the.

The author demonstrates that the complex phenomena of fluid flow and convective heat transfer in rotating flows can be successfully simulated using not only the universal CFD methodology, but in certain cases by means of the integral methods, self-similar and analytical solutions.

The book will be a valuable read for research experts and.A Heat Transfer Textbook, 4/e - Massachusetts Institute of Technology This book is an introduction to heat and mass transfer oriented toward engineering students. It may be downloaded without charge.

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