Implementation and Thermal Analysis of Transition Duct in Industrial Gas Turbine

Aamer Sohail

Abstract


Gasoline turbine development is normally pushing forward and forlarger talent extra gas turbine inlet temperatureis needed. The project turns out to be to develop and associate new opportunity cooling andmounting principles for a transition duct inside the trendy gas turbine. Transitionduct is a warm element and has the venture to the manual the new gasoline from the combustionchamber to the turbine inlet in a gas turbine.The transition duct of currently is cooled with the assistance of a surprisingly massive amount ofcompressor air which needs to be reduced in case of apower upgrade. Themodern mounting solution requires three combustion chambers to be eliminatedfor one transition duct preservation, which is time- ingesting. The concept became then generatedfrom feature/means tree together with morphology matrixes. This changed intodivided into two branches, one for cooling and one for mounting and sealing.The transition duct turned into modeled in CATIA and evaluated with thermalanalysis has been performed in ANSYS software.


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