An overview of how project parameterization is done, and how the design points are organized and managed in a single design exploration form are presented. Few Design Scenario demonstrations are used to study the influence of parameters on twin screw compressor performance.
- Sensitivity of leakage gaps
- Rotor design and port sizing using built-in volume index alteration
- Oil Injection port analysis
- Plotting performance maps
Learning recourses mentioned during this webinar:
- Kovačević A., Stošić N. and Smith I. K., (2007). Screw compressors – Three dimensional computational fluid dynamics and solid fluid interaction, ISBN 3-540-36302-5, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York.
- Stošić N., Smith I.K. and Kovačević A., (2005). Screw Compressors: Mathematical Modeling and Performance Calculation, Monograph, Springer Verlag, Berlin, June 2005, ISBN: 3-540-24275-9.
- Rane, S., (2015). Grid Generation and CFD analysis of Variable Geometry Screw Machines, Thesis, City, University of London.
- Kovačević, A. and Rane, S. (2013). 3D CFD analysis of a twin screw expander. In: 8th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems. (pp. 417-429). Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing. ISBN 9781782421696
- Rane S., Kovačević A., Stošić N., Smith I.K. Analysis of real gas equation of state for CFD modelling of twin screw expanders with R245fa, R290, R1336mzz(Z) and R1233zd(E), International Journal of Refrigeration 121 (2021) 313–326
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