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Parameters Influencing Effect of Fracture on Blades with Finite Element Method Approach:A Review


Ravi Shankar Prabhat , Aisect University, Bhopal; Ghanshayam Satnami, Aisect University; Anil Kumar Rao, Aisect University


Crack, Finite Element Method, Fracture, Compressor Blade, Turbo Expander


A present analysis, the mixed mode fracture of a combine of extremely rotating metallike blades has been investigated at numerous analysis by predicting experimental and numerical approaches. A establishment lecturers involvement in analysis of fracture and crack propagation. The notch is found in numerous blade positions from blade root to tip. The correlation of notch cracks at blade forefront and edge is additionally studied. An easy theoretical model of a undulation Bernoulli-Euler-Beam like rotary wing model is established for analytic study. The experimental results show that the cracks grow quicker within the case of the control surface with higher pitch angle. The analytic study of blade fluttering motion conjointly shows the importance of the force in rotating machines. It’s instructed that the force ought to be enclosed in determination the rotating fracture issues.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I60144
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2016
Page(s): 184-187

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