Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system

R.A. Huls, J.F. van Kampen, Jacobus B.W. Kok, Andries de Boer

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Abstract

To decrease NOx emissions from a combustion system lean premixed combustion in combination with an annular combustor is used. The disadvantage is that sound pressure levels in the combustion system become higher which excite the liner (the surrounding structure). This limits the life of the combustor, because it will fail earlier due to fatigue. This problem is studied in the European project DESIRE (Design and demonstration of highly reliable low NOx combustion systems for gas turbines). A simplified model is studied first. This model consists of a rigid rectangular box which has a flexible plate on one of the sides. Sound is injected into the box using a tube coming from a rectangular box. A loudspeaker generates sound inside this box. A fully coupled finite element model has been made of the structure and the acoustic cavity. The results of the model are compared to the measurements performed on the actual setup. Both the structural mode shapes (measured using a laser vibrometer) and the transfer function from pressure to displacement are used for this purpose. The results match very well.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publication10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration
EditorsA. Nilsson, H. Boden
Place of PublicationStockholm
PublisherKTH Royal Institute of Technology
Pages767-774
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)0854327894
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2003
Event10th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2003 - Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 7 Jul 200310 Jul 2003
Conference number: 10

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Conference10th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2003
Abbreviated titleICSV
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period7/07/0310/07/03

Keywords

  • IR-58839
  • METIS-216565

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Huls, R. A., van Kampen, J. F., Kok, J. B. W., & de Boer, A. (2003). Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system. In A. Nilsson, & H. Boden (Eds.), 10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration (pp. 767-774). Stockholm: KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
Huls, R.A. ; van Kampen, J.F. ; Kok, Jacobus B.W. ; de Boer, Andries. / Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system. 10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration. editor / A. Nilsson ; H. Boden. Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2003. pp. 767-774
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Huls, RA, van Kampen, JF, Kok, JBW & de Boer, A 2003, Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system. in A Nilsson & H Boden (eds), 10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, pp. 767-774, 10th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2003, Stockholm, Sweden, 7/07/03.

Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system. / Huls, R.A.; van Kampen, J.F.; Kok, Jacobus B.W.; de Boer, Andries.

10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration. ed. / A. Nilsson; H. Boden. Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2003. p. 767-774.

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Huls RA, van Kampen JF, Kok JBW, de Boer A. Fluid structure interaction to predict liner vibrations in an industrial combustion system. In Nilsson A, Boden H, editors, 10th International Conference on Sound and Vibration. Stockholm: KTH Royal Institute of Technology. 2003. p. 767-774