An Idea of Introducing Back Swept Blading over Conventional Radial Gas Turbine Enhancing the Performance

  • Chirag Patel
  • Gaurav Singh
Keywords: Turbocharged Engine, Gas Turbine, Radial blade, Back Swept blade, Streamlines, Efficiency.

Abstract

In the present review paper, there has been made comparison among the different types of blades used in gas turbine and also the evaluation has been made on steam assisted and exhaust gas assisted turbocharged engine. Steam assisted turbocharged engine has more power production as well as high efficiency. By replacing the radial blade with back swept, efficiency can be improved by 3% to 4% as there is great reduction in concentration of whirl formation along the blade.  Streamlines are well arranged and sticking to the back swept blade along the whole length and they are not detaching which is desirable.

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Published
2018-10-05