The Effect of Inlet Temperature and Pressure on the Efficiency of Single-Stage Impulse Turbine Having a 13.2-Inch Pitch-Line Diameter Wheel
Description: From Summary: "Efficiency tests have been conducted on a single-stage impulse turbine having a 13.2-inch pitch-line diameter wheel and a cast nozzle diaphragm over a range of turbine speeds from 3000 to 17,000 rpm, pressure ratios from 1.5 to 5.0, inlet total temperatures from 1200 deg to 2000 deg R, and inlet total pressures from 18 to 59 inches of mercury absolute. The effect of inlet temperature and pressure on turbine efficiency for constant pressure ration and blade-to-jet speed ration is correlated against a factor derived from the equation for Reynolds number. The degree of correlation indicates that the change in turbine efficiency with inlet temperature and pressure for constant pressure ration and blade-to-jet speed ration is principally a Reynolds number effect."
Date: September 1945
Creator: Chanes, Ernest R. & Carman, L. Robert
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