Surface Temperatures Determination with Influencing Convective and Radiative Thermal Resistance Parameters of Combustor of Gas Turbine

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Surface temperatures were determined with due consideration of the influencing thermal conditions of conductive, convective and radiative heat. A general condition of heat influx to a point was formulated with the end effect of such influx to the receiving point. It was noted that the heat flow will cause a rate of change of internal energy of the point. Based on the theory of the rate of change of internal energy, a combustor model of cylindrical cross-section was used to generate out the timely temperature equation. Further work was done on this model equation to convert it to non-dimensional. The conversion of this equation was very essential in summing up the parameters that can influence the timely generation of the temperatures. Interestingly, it is noted that when a material withstands temperatures, it will equally withstand the thermal stresses that inherently will be developed in it. From the results, the work came up with a table showing the range of these slope figures of equations, a point was also found for a vital recommendation for further studies, where such figures can be used to check the suitability for thermal stress levels and the lifetime of combustor of such thickness.

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Ufot, E. , Douglas, I. and Hart, H. (2014) Surface Temperatures Determination with Influencing Convective and Radiative Thermal Resistance Parameters of Combustor of Gas Turbine. Engineering, 6, 550-558. doi: 10.4236/eng.2014.69056.

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