Leaf seals for gas and steam turbines

Jahn, Ingo (2011). Leaf seals for gas and steam turbines PhD Thesis, Department of Engineering, University of Oxford.

Author Jahn, Ingo
Thesis Title Leaf seals for gas and steam turbines
School, Centre or Institute Department of Engineering
Institution University of Oxford
Publication date 2011
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Supervisor David R.H. Gillespie
Total pages 294
Language eng
Subjects 090199 Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary Leaf seals are a new evolving sealing technology for air to air sealing locations within gas turbine engines. They have sealing characteristics similar to a brush seal, while not suering from the degradation seen by these. An extensive investigation into leaf seals has been carried out and is discussed herein. With the gained understanding of the leaf seal and the developed modelling capabilities it is possible to establish the leaf seal as a new high performance sealing alternative for gas and steam turbines.
Keyword Seals
Gas turbines

 
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Created: Mon, 28 May 2012, 14:51:57 EST by Ingo Jahn on behalf of School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering