Quasi-three-dimensional numerical design of turbomachinery blades

Uzol, Oğuz


Quasi-three-dimentional analysis and design turbomachinery blades with boundary layer coupling
Ekici, Kıvanç; Akmandor, İ. Sinan; Eyi, Sinan; Department of Aeronautical Engineering (1997)
Quasi-static analysis of soil-pile interaction under earthquake loading
Büyüklü, Merih; Bakır, Sadık; Yener, Özkan; Department of Civil Engineering (1999)
Quasi-dynamic model for an organic Rankine cycle
Bamgbopa, Musbaudeen O.; Uzgoren, Eray (Elsevier BV, 2013-08-01)
When considering solar based thermal energy input to an organic Rankine cycle (ORC), intermittent nature of the heat input does not only adversely affect the power output but also it may prevent ORC to operate under steady state conditions. In order to identify reliability and efficiency of such systems, this paper presents a simplified transient modeling approach for an ORC operating under variable heat input. The approach considers that response of the system to heat input variations is mainly dictated by...
Semi analytical study of stress and deformation analysis of anisotropic shells of revolution including first order transverse shear deformation
Oygür, Özgür Sinan; Kayran, Altan; Department of Aerospace Engineering (2008)
In this study, anisotropic shells of revolution subject to symmetric and unsymmetrical static loads are analysed. In derivation of governing equations to be used in the solution, first order transverse shear effects are included in the formulation. The governing equations can be listed as kinematic equations, constitutive equations, and equations of motion. The equations of motion are derived from Hamilton’s principle, the constitutive equations are developed under the assumptions of the classical laminatio...
Quasi-three dimensional solution of compressible subsonic flow through turbomachines.
Durmaz, Timur; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1981)
Citation Formats
O. Uzol, “Quasi-three-dimensional numerical design of turbomachinery blades,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.