Introduction to Multisim Schematic Capture and SPICE by Erik Luther and Janell Rodriguez

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0 Fig. 15. Simplified turbine map with efficiencies and discharge coefficient. n n . Q ' t = 't,B ·7]t = mt . cp . 57) where Pt,B is the (maximum) power which would be produced by a perfect (isentropic) turbine. , 7]t, as shown in Fig. 59) The only two parameters to be fitted are 7]t,max and CUB,opt. 65 . 55 . . 65 . For turbines with a variable nozzle area, the value of CUB ,opt depends on the nozzle area, with larger areas yielding larger values. If little measurements are available, the mass flow behavior of a turbine may be approximated using the approach described in Sect.

21) Assuming perfect gases with constant K, and isentropic processes, the pressure dependent part (which essentially describes the effects caused by the trapped exhaust gas at TDC) for an ideal Otto or Diesel cycle can be approximated as AZp(Pm) = Vc + Vd Vd _ (Pout) 1/1< Pm . , the volume in the cylinder at TDC. 22) is that, in this case, the experimental validation has only to consider changing engine speeds, and thus a reduced number of experiments are sufficient. , [175] and [137] for an affine form).

4), the following two differential equations for the level variables pressure and temperature (which are the only measurable quantities) are obtained after some simple algebraic mani pulations -1tp(t) = ~iit'19 ( , = "v R . [min(t) . 13 in (t) - r'nout(t) . 13(t)] . fiV·R -e v [c p . min' 13 in - Cp ' mout ·13 - c" . (min - mout) . 7)). 7) is one extreme that well approximates the receiver's behavior when the dwell time of the gas in the receiver is small or when the surface to volume ratio of the receiver is small.

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