ETH Zurich

ETH Zurich

D-Turbine – 1.5 stage high work axial turbine

•    The full three-dimensional blade row geometry of the turbine (nozzle guide vane, rotor, and 2nd stator) will be made available

•    Available data measurements are at inlet to NGV, inlet to rotor, exit of rotor, exit of second stator
– 2-sensor FRAP unsteady data with a typical resolution of 1500 to 2000 measurements points per passage (time-averaged as well as phase-locked averaged)
– 4-sensor FRAP unsteady data with a typical resolution of 1500 to 2000 measurements points per passage (time-averaged, phase-locked averaged as well as full unsteady) with various probe diameter sizes (3, 4, 5 mm)
– FENT unsteady entropy data with a typical resolution of 1500 to 2000 measurements points per passage (time-averaged as well as phase-locked averaged)
– Typically, at two operating conditions

Notes:

FRAP probes provide local unsteady measurements of total pressure, static pressure, velocity, total temperature (steady), and various flow angles;
FENT probe provides local unsteady measurements of total pressure and total temperature

Our location

With team members spread across the globe, the core team is based in Zurich Switzerland.

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Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug