ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 3 English
- 3 application/pdf
- 3 Public
- Aerospace engineering
- 2 Mechanical engineering
- 1 Component Map
- 1 External Compression Inlets
- 1 Failure Mode
- 1 Fuzzy logic
- 1 GTCP85
- 1 GasTurb 12
- 1 High Bypass Turbofan Engines
- 1 Legacy system engineering
- 1 Material Selection
- 1 Material Substitution
- 1 Materials Science
- 1 Off-Design
- 1 Single Spool
- 1 Supersonic Aircraft Performance
- 1 Supersonic Airliners
- 1 Supersonic Propulsion Performance
- 1 Two-Spool
- 1 Uncertainty Modeling
This thesis seeks to further explore off-design point operation of gas turbines and to examine the capabilities of GasTurb 12 as a tool for off-design analysis. It is a continuation of previous thesis work which initially explored the capabilities of GasTurb 12. The research is conducted in order to: 1) validate GasTurb 12 and, 2) predict off-design performance of the Garrett GTCP85-98D located at the Arizona State University Tempe campus. GasTurb 12 is validated as an off-design point tool by using the program to predict performance of an LM2500+ marine gas turbine. Haglind and Elmegaard (2009) published a paper detailing …
- Martinjako, Jeremy Chey, Trimble, Steven, Dahm, Werner, et al.
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The focus of this research is to investigate methods for material substitution for the purpose of re-engineering legacy systems that involves incomplete information about form, fit and function of replacement parts. The primary motive is to extract as much useful information about a failed legacy part as possible and use fuzzy logic rules for identifying the unknown parameter values. Machine elements can fail by any number of failure modes but the most probable failure modes based on the service condition are considered critical failure modes. Three main parameters are of key interest in identifying the critical failure mode of the …
- Balaji, Srinath, Shah, Jami, Davidson, Joseph, et al.
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The objective of this study is to understand how to integrate conical spike external compression inlets with high bypass turbofan engines for application on future supersonic airliners. Many performance problems arise when inlets are matched with engines as inlets come with a plethora of limitations and losses that greatly affect an engine’s ability to operate. These limitations and losses include drag due to inlet spillage, bleed ducts, and bypass doors, as well as the maximum and minimum values of mass flow ratio at each Mach number that define when an engine can no longer function. A collection of tools was …
- Cleary, Spencer, Takahashi, Timothy, White, Daniel, et al.
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