TURBO MACHINES Subject Code: 10ME56 Hours/Week: 04 Total Hours: 52 IA Marks: 25 Exam Hours: 03 Exam Marks: 100 PART- A UNIT -1 Introduction: Definition of turbo machine, parts of turbo machines, Comparison with positive displacement machines, Classification, Dimensionless parameters and their significance, Effect of Reynolds’s number, Unit and specific quantities, model studies. Application of first and second laws of thermodynamics to turbo machines, Efficiencies of turbo machines. Problems-07 Hours UNIT – 2 Thermodynamics of fluid flow: Static and Stagnation states- Incompressible fluids and perfect gases, overall isentropic efficiency, stage efficiency (their comparison) and polytrophic efficiency for both compression and expansion processes. Reheat factor for expansion process-07 Hours UNIT – 3 Energy exchange in Turbo machines: Euler’s turbine equation, Alternate form of Euler’s turbine equation, Velocity triangles for different values of degree of reaction, Components of energy transfer, Degree of Reaction, utilization factor, Relation between degree of reaction and Utilization factor, Problems-06 Hours UNIT – 4 General Analysis of Turbo machines: Radial flow compressors and pumps– general analysis, Expression for degree of reaction, velocity triangles, Effect of blade discharge angle on energy transfer and degree of reaction, Effect of blade discharge angle on performance, Theoretical head – capacity relationship, General analysis of axial flow pumps and compressors, degree of reaction, velocity triangles, Problems-06 Hours PART – B UNIT – 5 Steam Turbines: Classification, Single stage impulse turbine, condition for maximum blade efficiency, stage efficiency, Need and methods of compounding, Multi-stage impulse turbine, expression for maximum utilization factor, Reaction turbine – Parsons’ turbine, condition for maximum utilization factor, reaction staging. Problems-07 Hours
UNIT – 6 Hydraulic Turbines: Classification, Different efficiencies, Pelton turbine –velocity triangles, design parameters, Maximum efficiency. Francis turbine-velocity triangles, design parameters, runner shapes for different blade speeds. Draft tubes- Types and functions. Kaplan and Propeller turbines -velocity triangles, design parameters. Problems-07 Hours UNIT – 7 Centrifugal Pumps: Classification and parts of centrifugal pump, different heads and efficiencies of centrifugal pump, Minimum speed for starting the flow, Maximum suction lift, Net positive suction head, Cavitations’, Need for priming, Pumps in series and parallel. Problems-06 Hours UNIT – 8 Centrifugal Compressors: Stage velocity triangles, slip factor, power input factor, Stage work, Pressure developed, stage efficiency and surging and problems. Axial flow Compressors: Expression for pressure ratio developed in a stage, work done factor, efficiencies and stalling. Problems-06 Hours (Note: Since dimensional analysis is covered in Fluid Mechanics subject, questions on dimensional analysis may not be given. However, dimensional parameters and model studies may be given more weight age.) TEXT BOOKS: 1. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Volume III, Turbo machinery, V. Kadambi and Manohar Prasad, New Age International Publishers, reprint 2008. 2. Turbines, Compressors & Fans, S. M. Yahya, Tata McGraw HillCo. Ltd., 2nd edition, 2002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Principals of Turbo machines, D. G. Shepherd, the Macmillan Company (1964). 2. Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics of Turbo machines, S. L.Dixon, Elsevier (2005). 3. Turbomachine, B.K.Venkanna PHI, New Delhi 2009. 4. Text Book of Turbomachines, M. S. Govindgouda and A. M.Nagaraj, M. M. Publications, 4Th Ed, 2008.
UNIT: 1 INTRODUCTION Definition of a Turbo machine A turbo machine is a device in which energy transfer occurs between a flowing fluid and rotating element due to dynamic action. This results in change of pressure and momentum of the fluid. TYPE: If the fluid transfers energy for the rotation of the impeller, fixed on the shaft, it is known as power generating turbo machine. If the machine transfers energy in the form of angular momentum fed to the fluid from the rotating impeller, fixed on the shaft, it is known as power absorbing turbo machine. Parts of a turbo machine Fig: 1.1. Schematic cross-sectional view of a turbine showing the principal parts of the turbomachine. The principle components of a turbo machine are: 1. Rotating element (vane, impeller or blades) – operating in a stream of fluid. 2. Stationary elements – which usually guide the fluid in proper direction for efficient energy conversion process. 3. Shaft – This either gives input power or takes output power from fluid under dynamic conditions and runs at required speed. 4. Housing – to keep various rotating, stationery and other passages safely under dynamic conditions of the flowing fluid. E.g. Steam turbine parts and Pelton turbine parts. Classification of turbo machines 1. Based on energy transfer a) Energy is given by fluid to the rotor - Power generating turbo machine E.g. Turbines b) Energy given by the rotor to the fluid – Power absorbing turbo machine E.g. Pumps, blowers and compressors 2. Based on fluid flowing in turbo machine a) Water b) Air c) Steam d) Hot gases e) Liquids like petrol etc.
3. Based on direction of flow through the impeller or vanes or blades, with reference to the axis of shaft rotation a) Axial flow – Axial pump, compressor or turbine b) Mixed flow – Mixed flow pump, Francis turbine c) Radial flow – Centrifugal pump or compressor d) Tangential flow – Pelton water turbine 4. Based on condition of fluid in turbo machine a) Impulse type (constant pressure) E.g. Pelton water turbine b) Reaction type (variable pressure) E.g. Francis reaction turbines 5. Based on position of rotating shaft a) Horizontal shaft – Steam turbines b) Vertical shaft – Kaplan water turbines c) Inclined shaft – Modern bulb micro Comparison between positive displacement machines and Turbo machines Turbo machines Positive displacement machines b/w rotating element & flowing fluid, energy transfer takes place if pressure and momentum changes ating motion of mechanical element It creates Thermodynamic &Mechanical action b/w moving member & static fluid, energy transfer takes place with displacement of fluid It involves a unsteady flow of fluid & reciprocating motion They operate at low speed serious problems in turbomachine Change of phase during fluid flow causes less problems in Positive displacement machines Efficiency is higher It is complex in design Due to reciprocating motion vibration problems are more E.g. Hydraulic turbines, Gas turbines, Steam turbines etc. E.g. I.C engines, Reciprocating air compressor, pumps etc.