Design and Optimization of Axial Flow Compressor

Shaik Abdul Salam, C Lakshmaiah, M Venkata Ramudu


An axial flow compressor is one in which the flow enters the compressor an axial way (parallel with the hub of rotation), and ways out from the gas turbine, likewise in an axial course. The axial-flow compressor packs its working liquid by first quickening the liquid and after that diffusing it to acquire a weight increment. In an axial flow compressor, air goes starting with one phase then onto the next, each stage raising the weight marginally. The vitality dimension of air or gas flowing through it is expanded by the activity of the rotor cutting edges which apply a torque on the liquid which is provided by an electric engine or a steam or a gas turbine. In this postulation, an axial flow compressor is designed and displayed in 3d modeling programming genius/build. The present design has 30 cutting edges, in this theory it is replaced with 20 sharp edges and 12 edges. The present utilized material is chromium steel; it is replaced with titanium alloy and nickel alloy. Auxiliary examination is done on the compressor models to check the quality of the compressor. Cfd examination is done to check the flow of air.

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