Shahpar, S and Giacche, D and Lapworth, L (2003) Multi-objective design and optimisation of bypass outlet-guide vanes. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, International Gas Turbine Institute, Turbo Expo (Publication) IGTI, 6 A. pp. 591-601.Full text not available from this repository.
This paper describes the development of an automated design optimization system that makes use of a high fidelity Reynolds-Averaged CFD analysis procedure to minimize the fan forcing and fan BOGV (bypass outlet guide vane) losses simultaneously taking into the account the down-stream pylon and RDF (radial drive fairing) distortions. The design space consists of the OGV's stagger angle, trailing-edge recambering, axial and circumferential positions leading to a variable pitch optimum design. An advanced optimization system called SOFT (Smart Optimisation for Turbomachinery) was used to integrate a number of pre-processor, simulation and in-house grid generation codes and postprocessor programs. A number of multi-objective, multi-point optimiztion were carried out by SOFT on a cluster of workstations and are reported herein.
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