Advances in Nonlinear Dynamic Engine Simulation With an Example: Dynamic Performance Behavior of a Gas Turbine With One Reheat Turbine Stage and Two Combustion Chambers Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • Copyright © 1996 by ASME. The paper discusses some recent advances in dynamic engine simulation technology. A brief presentation of the physical background is followed by a detailed description of the turbine component, its modular representation, and its integration into the nonlinear dynamic engine simulation code GETRAN. In order to ensure the capability, accuracy, robustness, and reliability of the turbine module in interaction with GETRAN, comprehensive critical performance assessment and validation tests were performed. Two conceptually different engine configurations were dynamically simulated and their transient behavior was analyzed and compared with each other. As the first example, a full scale dynamic simulation of an advanced high performance single spool single shaft power generation gas turbine engine is presented. The second example includes the full scale dynamic simulation of an advanced power generation gas turbine engine with a reheat turbine stage and two combustion chambers. The comparison of these engines shows clearly the impact of the dynamic operation on the performance of individual gas turbine engines under consideration.

author list (cited authors)

  • Schobeiri, M. T., & Attia, M. S.

citation count

  • 2

publication date

  • June 1996