Performance prediction and cycle selection of gas turbine engines

Öztürk, Emre


Performance prediction of nozzleless solid propellant rocket motors
Özer, Ali Can; Özyörük, Yusuf; Department of Aerospace Engineering (2015)
Integral rocket ramjet (IRR) type propulsion systems have many advantages over conventional solid rocket motors when used in tactical missile systems. Nozzleless boosters are one of the applicable concept choices for the system [1]. During the design and development phase of solid propellant rocket motors, simulation and prediction of behavior of a given motor by numerical tools is important in terms of decreasing the development duration and costs. The present approach includes performance prediction of no...
Performance prediction of nozzleless solid propellant rocket motors
Özer, Ali Can; Özyörük, Yusuf (null; 2015-09-10)
Performance analysis of rocket motors
Dülger, Zafer; Üçer, Ahmet Şevket; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1988)
Performance prediction of darrieus type vertical axis wind turbines using numerical simulations
Gömeç, Fazıl Selçuk; Sert, Cüneyt; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2014)
Flow over Darrieus type straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbines (VAWT) with NACA 0021 blade profile is simulated using ANSYS Fluent software. SST k- turbulence model is used for the two-dimensional, unsteady simulations. Wind speed is taken as 7 m/s and part of the problem domain including the rotating blades is modeled using the sliding mesh technique. Effects of boundary layer mesh parameters, time step and convergence tolerance on the solution accuracy are investigated with carefully designed runs. ...
Performance prediction of in situ combustion processes
Kök, Mustafa Verşan (Informa UK Limited, 2001-01-01)
In this research, in situ combustion performance calculations were performed using different algorithms, which were based on oil recovery/volume burned correlative methods. The correlations were based on field and laboratory combustion tube results. A computer method was developed and applied to different heavy crude oil fields. The results showed that an in situ combustion process is applicable in these fields if the volume burned is 30% for field 1 and 40% for field 2.
Citation Formats
E. Öztürk, “Performance prediction and cycle selection of gas turbine engines,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.