The work conducted by the group is focused on the computation and experimental investigation of steady and unsteady flow in turbomachinery (aeroengines, steam and gas turbines), including heat transfer phenomena. This research is conducted in close association with our industrial and academic partners with the primary goal of improving the overall performance and reliability of turbomachinery.The research subjects at the LTT are closely related to real applications and are addressed through a direct collaboration with industry. With the increasing need of cost-efficient, powerful and flexible turbomachines, the investigation of turbomachinery flow has become critical to improving their design.
|Chanteloup, D., Y. Juaneda, et al.
Journal of Turbomachinery-Transactions of the Asme 124(4): 710-718., 2002
|Combined 3-D flow and heat transfer measurements in a 2-pass internal coolant passage of gas turbine airfoils.|
|Chanteloup, D. and A. Bolcs
Journal of Turbomachinery-Transactions of the Asme 124(3): 499-507., 2002
|Flow characteristics in two-leg internal coolant passages of gas turbine airfoils with film-cooling hole ejection.|
|Chateloup, D. and A. Bolcs
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part a- Journal of Power and Energy 215(A6): 743-752., 2001
|Particle image velocimetry investigation of the flow characteristics in two-leg internal coolant passages of gas turbine airfoils.|