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Gasturbines and Thermoacoustics

Gasturbine
 
Flammeninstabilität
 

The lecture "Gasturbines and Thermoacoustics" takes place in the winter semester and consists of 4 blocks. Each block lasts for 3 to 4 days.

Registration is not required.

The lecture notes will be provided on the corresponding ISIS website. The required password will be announced in the first block or can be requested at the responsible PhD student (see contact below).

ISIS Course-Site

Dates:

Part 1:

Lecturer: Valter Bellucci (Winterthur Gas & Diesel)

Dates:

Wednesday - Friday

24.10.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 3006

25.10.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - TK 017

26.10.18: 08 - 12 o'clock - TK 017

Language: English

Part 2:

Lecturer: Felix Güthe (GE Power, Baden)

Dates:

12.11.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 3006

13.11.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 1012

14.11.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 3006

15.11.18: 16 - 20 o'clock - TK 017

Language: German or English

Part 3:

Lecturer: Werner Krebs (Siemens AG Power Generation)

Dates:

28.01.19: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 3006

29.01.19: 16 - 20 o'clock - TK 017

30.01.19: 16 - 20 o'clock - H 3006

31.01.19: 16 - 20 o'clock - TK 017

Language: German or English

Part 4:

Lecturer: Mirko Bothien (Ansaldo Energia)

Dates:

06.02.19: 

07.02.19: 

08.02.19: 

Language: German or English

Content:

  • gasturbine basics
  • thermodynamic cycles
  • aeroengines and stationary gasturbines
  • compressor and turbine
  • cooling and secondary air flow systems
  • operation and control of gasturbines
  • Combustors (fuel injection, different types of fuel, combustor aerodynamics, flame stabilization: aerodynamic stabilization, swirl-stabilized flames)
  • combustion basics (premixed and non-premixed flames, flame speed, emissions, mixing, reaction kinetics, heat transfer)
  • acoustic basics (wave propagation, entropy waves, acoustic characterization of combustors, sources of sound)
  • acoustic measurement methods
  • thermoacoustic instabilities (basics, generation, analysis, modeling, control)

Requirements:

Funded knowledge of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics advantageous.

Details:

Integrated lecture, 2 STE (4 SWS), 6 ECTS credits

Exam: oral exam with Prof. Paschereit (also in English)

Lecture notes: presentation slides as PDF

Contact:

Tim Rähse, M.Sc.

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