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Laser Doppler semiconductor anemometry of vortex flow behind the vane wheel rotor of the water turbine
Author(s): V. Meledin; Yu. Anikin; G. Bakakin; V. Glavniy; S. Dvoinishnikov; D. Kulikov; I. Naumov; V. Okulov; V. Pavlov; V. Rakhmanov; O. Sadbakov; N. Mostovskiy; S. Ilyin
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Paper Abstract

For hydrodynamic examinations of the turbid three-phase streams with air bubbles and with a depth more than 500 mm for the first time it is developed 2D Laser Doppler Semiconductor Anemometer LADO5-LMZ. Anemometer signal processor base on <> and new procedure of adaptive selection of Doppler frequency. Complex testing of method and measuring tools have been done. Outcomes of full-scale experiments on diagnostic of nonstationary flow behind the vane wheel rotor in draught tube of the Frensis water turbine are presented from optimum regimes of activity to forced. Water discharge which has been calculated from water turbine universal performance model and calculated by measuring axial velocity profiles was compared. It is shown that the maximum aggregate error of definition of the consumption does not exceed 5%.

Paper Details

Date Published: 10 June 2006
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 6262, Optical Methods of Flow Investigation, 62620G (10 June 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.683021
Show Author Affiliations
V. Meledin, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
Yu. Anikin, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
G. Bakakin, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
V. Glavniy, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
S. Dvoinishnikov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
D. Kulikov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
I. Naumov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
V. Okulov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
V. Pavlov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
V. Rakhmanov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
O. Sadbakov, Institute of Thermophysics (Russia)
N. Mostovskiy, JSC Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod (Russia)
S. Ilyin, JSC Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod (Russia)


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Optical Methods of Flow Investigation

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