On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data

Loris Simonassi, Manuel Zenz, Stefan Zerobin, Thorsten Selic, Franz Heitmeir, Andreas Marn

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Abstract

This paper presents the analysis procedure adopted to study the unsteady aerodynamic measurement data obtained from a Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe (FRAPP) downstream of a low pressure turbine (LPT) rotor in a 1.5-stage turbine test rig. The method, which is based on the
acoustic theory of Tyler and Sofrin, focuses on the
investigation of the main structures constituting the
unsteady flow field.
In the last section of this paper, an example of applying the mentioned technique onto experimental data obtained in a subsonic turbine test facility is
shown. The interactions between the stator and rotor wakes, secondary flows and the turbine exit guide vanes (TEGVs) potential effect are identified, and
their importance in the assessment of the aerodynamic and aeroelastic performance of modern low pressure turbines is analysed.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages8
StatusPublished - Aug 2018
EventXXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines
- Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: 29 Aug 201831 Aug 2018

Conference

ConferenceXXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines
Abbreviated titleMTIT 2018
CountryCzech Republic
CityPrague
Period29/08/1831/08/18

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Modal analysis
Aerodynamics
Turbines
Rotors
Secondary flow
Test facilities
Stators
Flow fields

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  • Mobility & Production

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Simonassi, L., Zenz, M., Zerobin, S., Selic, T., Heitmeir, F., & Marn, A. (2018). On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data. Paper presented at XXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines, Prague, Czech Republic.

On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data. / Simonassi, Loris; Zenz, Manuel; Zerobin, Stefan; Selic, Thorsten; Heitmeir, Franz; Marn, Andreas.

2018. Paper presented at XXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines, Prague, Czech Republic.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperResearch

Simonassi, L, Zenz, M, Zerobin, S, Selic, T, Heitmeir, F & Marn, A 2018, 'On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data' Paper presented at XXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines, Prague, Czech Republic, 29/08/18 - 31/08/18, .
Simonassi L, Zenz M, Zerobin S, Selic T, Heitmeir F, Marn A. On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data. 2018. Paper presented at XXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines, Prague, Czech Republic.
Simonassi, Loris ; Zenz, Manuel ; Zerobin, Stefan ; Selic, Thorsten ; Heitmeir, Franz ; Marn, Andreas. / On the Modal Analysis of Fast Response Aerodynamic Pressure Probe Data. Paper presented at XXIV Biannual Symposium on Measuring Techniques in Turbomachinery
Transonic and Supersonic Flow in Cascades and Turbomachines, Prague, Czech Republic.8 p.
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