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Gas Turbine Compressor Blade
  • Gas Turbine Compressor Blade
  • Gas Turbine Compressor Blade
  • Gas Turbine Compressor Blade

Gas Turbine Compressor Blade

Product Price: Rs 20,000 / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

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Product Details:
Generator/Alternator TypeGas generator
MaterialInconel
Pressureup to 100 bars
Surface FinishSmooth
Powerup to 70 MW
Country of OriginMade in India
A gas turbine compressor blade is a crucial component of a gas turbine engine, which is commonly used in aircraft propulsion, power generation, and various industrial applications. The compressor is responsible for compressing incoming air before it enters the combustion chamber, where it mixes with fuel and undergoes combustion to produce high-velocity exhaust gases that drive the turbine and, ultimately, generate power.
The compressor blades are a part of the axial compressor or centrifugal compressor, both of which are common types of compressors used in gas turbines. Each type has its own distinct blade design, but they serve the common purpose of compressing air.
Here are brief descriptions of axial and centrifugal compressors along with their respective compressor blades:
1. Axial Compressor Blades:In axial compressors, the compressor blades are mounted on rotating disks and arranged in rows. These blades are airfoils that generate lift, similar to aircraft wings. As the blades rotate, they draw in air and accelerate it in the axial (parallel to the shaft) direction. The accelerated air passes through multiple stages of rotating and stationary blades, each stage increasing the air pressure.
The axial compressor blades are carefully designed to efficiently compress the air while minimizing losses due to turbulence and other aerodynamic factors. They play a critical role in achieving the necessary compression ratios for the combustion process.
2. Centrifugal Compressor Blades:In centrifugal compressors, the compressor blades are mounted on a rotating impeller. As the impeller spins, it imparts kinetic energy to the incoming air, and centrifugal forces push the air outward. The high-speed air is then directed to diffuser passages where it is converted into higher pressure.
Centrifugal compressor blades are designed to handle the radial flow of air and efficiently convert kinetic energy into pressure. They are typically curved and positioned on the impeller in a way that takes advantage of the centrifugal forces generated during rotation.
Both axial and centrifugal compressor blades are subject to high temperatures and mechanical stresses, and they need to be designed with materials and aerodynamics that can withstand these conditions. Additionally, the efficiency and performance of a gas turbine depend significantly on the design and condition of the compressor blades. Advances in materials science, aerodynamics, and manufacturing processes continually contribute to improving the efficiency and reliability of gas turbine compressor blades.

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  • Production Capacity: 100000/month
  • Delivery Time: 1 month
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