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width of the wheel at inlet is 150 mm and the velocit y of flow at inlet is

1.5 m/s. Find the rate of flow passing through the turbine.

Solution:

D 1 = 0.5 m, B 1 = 0.15 m, V f 1 = 1.5 m/s, Q = ?

Discharge through the turbine = Q = D 1 B 1 V f 1 = x 0.5 x 0.15 x 1.5

Q = 0.353 m 3 /s (Ans)

The external and internal diameters of an inward flow reaction turbine are

600 mm and 200 mm respectivel y and the breadth at inlet is 150 mm. If

the velocit y of flow through the runner is constant at 1.35 m 3 /s, find the

discharge through turbine and the width of wheel at outlet.

Solution:

D 1 = 0.6 m, D 2 = 0.2 m, B 1 = 0.15 m, V f 1 = V f 2 = 1.35 m/s, Q = ? , B 2 = ?

Discharge through the turbine = Q = D 1 B 1 V f 1 = x 0.6 x 0.15 x 1.35

Q = 0.382 m 3 /s (Ans)

Also discharge is given b y Q = D 2 B 2 V f 2 = x 0.2 x B 2 x 1.35 0.382

B 2 = 0.45 m/s (Ans)

An inward flow reaction turbine running at 500 rpm has an external

diameter is 700 mm and a width of 180 mm. If the gu ide vanes are at 20

to the wheel tangent and the absolute velocit y of water at inlet is 25 m/s,

find (a) discharge through the turbine (b) inlet vane angle.

Solution:

N = 500 rpm, D 1 = 0.7 m, B 1 = 0.18 m, a = 20, V 1 = 25 m/s, Q = ? , = ?

We know that th e peripheral velocit y is given b y

u1

D1 N 0.7 500

18.33 m / s

60

60

V f 1 = V 1 Sin xSin 20 = 8.55 m/s

Vw1

u1

Vr1

Vf1

V1

Tan

Vf1

Vw1 u1

8.55

1.657

23.49 18.33

= 58.89 (Ans)

Q = D 1 B 1 V f 1 = x 0.7 x 0.18 x 8.55 = 3.384 m 3 /s (Ans)

A reaction turbine works at 450 rpm under a head of 120 m. Its diameter

at inlet is 1.2 m and the flow area is 0.4 m 2 . The angle made b y the

absolute and relative velocities at inlet are 20 and 60 respectivel y with

the tangential velocit y. Determine (i) the discharge through the turbine

(ii) power developed (iii) efficiency. Assume radi al discharge at outlet.

Solution:

N = 450 rpm, H = 120 m, D 1 = 1.2 m, a 1 = 0.4 m 2 , = 20 and = 60

Q = ?, = ?, Vw 2 = 0

We know that the peripheral velocit y is given b y

u1

D1 N 1.2 450

28.27 m / s

60

60

Tan

Vf1

Vw1 u1

Tan 60

Vf1

Vw1 28.27

Further Tan

Vf1

Vw1

(01)

Tan 20

Hence V f 1 = (V w 1 ) Tan 20

(02)

(V w 1 28.27) Tan 60 = V w 1 Tan 20

Hence V w 1 = 35.79 m/s

V f 1 = 35.79 x Tan 20 = 13.03 m/s

Discharge Q = D 1 B 1 V f 1 = a 1 V f 1 = 0.4 x 13.03 = 5.212 m 3 /s (Ans)

Work done per unit weight of water =

1

Vw1u1 1 35.79 28.27 101.178 kN m / N

g

10

Water Power or input per unit weight = H = 120 kN -m/N

Hydraulic efficiency =

101.178

84.31%

120

m/s. The internal diameter is 0.8 times the external diameter. The vanes

are radial at entran ce and the vane angle at outlet is 20. The velocit y of

flow through the runner at inlet is 4 m/s. If the final discharge is radial

and the turbine is situated 1 m below tail water level, determine:

1. The guide blade angle

2. The absolute velocity of water leav ing the guides

3. The head on the turbine

4. The h ydraulic efficiency

Solution:

u 1 = 12 m/s, D 1 = 0.8 D 2 , = 90, = 20 , V f 1 = 4 m/s, Vw 2 = 0, Pressure

head at outlet = 1m, = ?, V 1 = ?, H = ?, h = ?

3

u2

V2=Vf 2

Vr2

V1

Vf1

u1

Vr1= Vf1

u1

4

, Hen ce = 18.44

12

V1 u12 V f21 12 2 4 2 12.65 m/s

u1

D1 N

D2 N

and u 2

60

60

Hence u 2

60 u1 60 u 2

u

u

and hence 1 2

D1 D2

D1 D2

D2

12

u1

15 m/s

D1

0.8

As Vw 2 = 0

Work done per unit weight of water =

Vw1u1 12 12

14.4 kN m/N

g

10

Head on turbine H

Energy Head at outlet = WD per unit weight + losses

V22 Vw1u1

and hence

H 1

2g g

5.46 2

14.4 16.89 m

H 1

2 g

Hydraulic efficiency = h

Vw1u1

12 12

100 85.26 %

gH

10 16.89

Jan/Feb 2006

An inward flow water turbine has blades the inner and outer radii of

which are 300 mm and 50 mm respectively. Water enters the blades at the

outer periphery with a velocit y of 45 m/s making an angle of 25 with the

tangent to the whe el at the inlet tip. Water leaves the blade with a flow

velocit y of 8 m/s. If the blade angles at inlet and outlet are 35 and 25

respectivel y, determine

(i)

(08)

Solution:

D 1 = 0.6 m; D 2 = 0.1 m, V 1 = 45 m/s, 25, V 2 = 8 m/s, 35, 25,

N = ?, WD/N = ?

Sin

f1

V1

Sin 25 0.423

Tan

f1

Vw1

tan 25 0.466

Tan

f1

Vw1 u1

tan 35 0.7

10.035

40.848 u1

u 1 = 13.655 m/s

u1

D1 N

60 u1 60 13.655

and hence N

D1

0.6

60

Vw2

u2

Vf2

V2

Vr2

E

Tangent

B

Tangent

u2

Vf1

Vr1

V1

u1

Vw1

D2 N 0.1 869.3

4.552 m/s

60

60

Vf1

sin

19.035

33.187 m/s

sin 35

Work done per unit weight of water =

WD / N

1

Vw1u1 Vw2 u 2

g

1

40.848 13.655 25.526 4.552 67.4 m/s (Ans )

g

July/Aug 2005

A reaction turbine 0.5 m dia develops 200 kW while running at 650 rpm

and requires a discharge of 2700 m 3 /hour; The pressure head at entrance

to the turbine is 28 m, the elevation of the turbine casing above the tail

water level is 1.8 m an d the water enters the turbine with a velocit y of 3.5

m/s. Calculate (a) The effective head and efficiency, (b) The speed,

discharge and power if the same machine is made to operate under a head

of 65 m

Solution :

D = 0.5 m, P = 200 kW, N = 650 rpm, Q = 270 0/60 2 = 0.75 m 3 /s,

V 1 = 3.5 m/s,

p1

28 m

g

The effective head = H=Head at entry to runner Kinetic energy in tail race

+ elevation of turbine above tailrace

3.5 2

p1 V22

H

28

1.8 29.1875 m (Ans)

g 2g

2 10

P

200 10 3

Hydraulic efficiency = 0

100 91.36 %

g Q H 1000 10 0.75 29.1875

Further unit quantities are given b y

N1

Unit speed = N u

H1

Unit Discharge = Qu

P1

Unit Power = Pu

H1 2

Nu

N2

Q1

H2

H1

Q2

H2

P2

3

H2 2

N

650

2 120.31

29.1875

65

Qu

Q

0.75

2 0.1388

29.1875

65

Q 2 = 1.119 m 3 /s (Ans)

Pu

200

29.1875

P2

65

1.268

2

P 2 = 664.49 kW (Ans)

1.2 m. The runner runs at 250 rpm and water flows at 8 c umecs. The

blades have a constant width of 200 mm. If the vanes are radial at inlet

and the dis charge is radiall y outwards at exit, make calculations for the

angle of guide vane at inlet and blade angle at outlet

(10)

Solution:

D 1 = 2 m, D 2 = 1.2 m, N = 250 rpm, Q = 8 m 3 /s, b = 0.2 m, Vw 1 = u 1 ,

Vw 2 = 0, = ?, = ?

u2

V2 = Vf 2

Vr2

V1

Vr1= Vf 1

u1 = Vw 1

u1

D1 N

2 250

26.18 m/s

60

60

u2

D2 N 1.2 250

15.71 m/s

60

60

8 = x 2 x 0.2 x V f 1

Hence V f 1 = 6.366 m/s

Similarl y 8 = x 1.2 x 0.2 x V f 2

8

V f 2 = 10.61 m/s

tan

Vf1

u1

6.366

26.18

= 13.67 (Ans)

tan

Vf 2

u2

10.61

15.71

= 34.03 (Ans)

Dete rmine the ov erall and h ydraulic efficiencies of an inward flow

reaction turbine using the following data. Output Power = 2500 kW,

effective head = 45 m, diameter of runner = 1.5 m, width of runner = 200

mm, guide vane angle = 20 , runner vane angle at inlet = 60 and specific

speed = 1 00.

Solution:

P = 2500 kW, H = 45 m, D 1 = 1.5 m, b 1 = 0.2 m, = 20, = 60,

N s = 110, o = ? , h = ?

Vw1

u1

Vr1

Vf1

V1

Vr2

Vf2=V2

u2

We know that specific speed is given b y

N P

Ns

H

u1

and hence N

NsH

100 45

2500

233 rpm

D1 N 1.5 233

18.3 m / s

60

60

u1

Vf1

tan

18.3

Vw1

Vf1

tan

Vf1

tan 20

Vf1

tan

Vf1

tan 60

8.43

23.16 m/s

tan 20

V w 2 = 0 and hence

gH

10 45

P

2500 10 3

o

g Q H 1000 10 7.945 45

Determine the output Power, speed, specific speed and vane angle at exit

of a Francis runner using the following data. Head = 75 m, Hydraulic

efficiency = 92%, overall efficiency = 86 %, runner diameters = 1 m and

0.5 m, width = 150 mm and guide blade angle = 18 . Assume that the

runner vanes are set normal to the periphery at inlet.

Soluti on:

Data: H = 75 m, h = 0.92, o = 0.86, D 1 = 1 m, D 2 = 0.5 m, = 18,

Vw 1 = u 1 , P = ?, N = ?, = ?

Vw1u1

u12

h

gH

gH

u12 = 0.92 x 10 x 75 = 690

u1 = 26.27 m/s

10

u1

D1 N 1.0 N

26.27 m / s

60

60

u1=Vw1

N = 501.7 RPM

Vr1=Vf1

V1

Q = D1 b1 Vf1 =

= x 1.0 x 0.15 x 8.54 = 4.02 m 3 /s

u1 u 2

and hence u 2 = 0.5 x u 1 = 13.135 m/s

D1 D2

V2=Vf2

Vr2

Assuming V f 1 = V f 2

From outlet velocit y triangle, we have

tan

Vf 2

u2

8.54

0.65

13.135

u2

Hence = 33

o

P

P

0.86

g Q H 1000 10 4.02 75

Spe cific speed = N s

N P

H

501.7 2592.9

75

115.75 RPM

The following data is given for a Francis turbine. Net Head = 60 m; speed

N = 700 rpm; Shaft power = 294.3 kW; o = 84%; h = 93%; flow ratio =

0.2; breadth ratio n = 0.1; Outer diameter of the runner = 2 x inner

diamete r of the runner . The thickness of the vanes occupies 5%

circumferential area of the runner, velocity of flow is constant at inlet and

outlet and discharge is radial at outlet. Determine:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Solution

H = 60 m; N = 700 rpm; P = 294.3 kW; o = 84%; h = 93%;

11

flow ratio =

Vf1

2g H

0.2

Breadth ratio

Vw1

u1

Vr1

Vf1

V1

B1

0.1

D1

D1= 2 x D2

V f 1 = V f 2 = 6.928 m/s

Thickn ess of vanes =

5% of circumferential area of runner

Vr2

Discharge at outlet = Radial and hence

Vf2=V2

u2

V w 2 = 0 and V f 2 = V 2

We know that the overall efficiency is

given b y

P

294.3 10 3

;0.84

gQH

1000 10 Q 60

Q = 0.584 m 3 /s

Q = 0.95 D 1 B 1 V f 1 =0.95 D 1 x (0.1 D 1 ) x 6.928 = 0.584

Hence D 1 = 0.531 m (Ans)

B1

0.1 and B 1 = 53.1 mm (Ans)

D1

u1

D1 N 0.531 700

19.46 m/s

60

60

Hydraulic efficiency h

Vw1u1

V 19.46

;0.93 w1

gH

10 60

V w 1 = 28.67 m/s

From Inlet velocit y triangle tan

Vf1

Vw1

6.928

0.242

28.67

12

tan

Vf1

Vw1 u1

6.928

0.752

28.67 19.46

D2 N

u2

60

60

tan

Vf 2

u2

6.928

0.712

9.73

= 35.45 (Ans)

Diameters at inlet and outlet are D 1 = 0.531m and D 2 = 0.2655 m

A Kaplan turbine develops 9000 kW under a net head of 7.5 m. Overall

efficiency of the wheel is 86% The speed ratio based on outer diameter is

2.2 and the flow ratio is 0.66. Diameter of the boss is 0.35 times the

external diameter of the wheel. Determine the diameter of the runner and

the specific speed of the runner.

Solution:

P = 9000 kW; H = 7.5 m; o = 0.86; Speed ratio = 2.2; flow ratio = 0.66;

D b = 0.35 D o ;

u1

2g H

2.2

Vf1

2g H

0.66

P

9000 10 3

;0.86

gQH

1000 10 Q 7.5

Q = 139.5 m 3 /s

13

2

Do Db2 V f 1 Do2 0.35Do 8.08 139.5

4

4

D o = 5.005 m (Ans)

Do N 5.005 N

26.94 m/s

60

60

Ns

N P

H

102.8 9000

7.5

power. The outer diameter of the runner is 4 m and hub diameter is 2 m.

The guide blade angle is 35 . The h ydraulic and overall efficiency are

90% and 85% respectivel y. If the velocit y of whirl is zero at outlet,

determine runner vane angles at inlet and outlet and speed of turbine.

Solution

H = 25 m; P = 16,000 kW; D b = 2 m; D o = 4 m; = 35; h = 0.9;

o = 0.85; V w 2 = 0; = ?; = ?; N = ?

P

16000 10 3

; 0.85

gQH

1000 10 Q 25

Q = 75.29 m 3 /s

Do Db2 V f 1 4 2 2 2 V f 1 75.29

4

4

V f 1 = 7.99 m/s

From inlet velocit y triangle,

tan

Vw1

Vf1

Vw1

7.99

11.41 m/s

tan 35

h

Vw1u1

gH

14

0.9

11.41 u1

10 25

u 1 = 19.72 m/s

tan

Vf1

u1 Vw1

7.99

0.9614

19.72 11.41

= 4 3.88 (Ans)

For Kaplan turbine, u 1 = u 2 = 1 9.72 m/s and V f 1 = V f 2 = 7.99 m/s

From outlet velocit y triangle

tan

Vf 2

u2

7.99

0.4052

19.72

= 2 2.06 (Ans)

u1 u 2

Do N 4 N

19.72 m/s

60

60

u2

V2=Vr2

Vr2

V1

Vr1

Vf1

Vw1

u1

15

A Kaplan turbine works under a head of 22 m and runs at 150 rpm. The

diameters of the runner and the boss are 4.5 m and 12 m respectivel y. The

flow ratio is 0.43. The inlet vane angle at the extreme edge of the runner

is 16319. If the turbine discharges radiall y at outlet, determine the

discharge, the h ydraulic efficiency, the guide blade angle at the extreme

edge of the runner and the outlet vane angle at the extreme edge of the

manner.

Solution:

H = 22 m; N = 150 rpm; D o = 4.5 m; D b = 2 m; 163 19 V

Vf1

V V f 2 = V f 1 ;Q = ?; h = ?; 2 g H

0.43

u2

V2=Vr2

Vr2

V1

Vr1

Vf1

Vw1

u1 u 2

u1

Do N 4.5 150

35.34 m/s

60

60

16

tan 180

Vf1

u1 Vw1

9.02

0.2997

35.34 Vw1

V w 1 = 5.24 m/s

Hydraulic efficiency is gi ven b y

h

84.17%

gH

10 22

tan

Vf1

Vw1

9.02

1.72

5.24

= 59.85 (Ans)

tan

Vf 2

u2

9.02

0.2552

35.34

= 14.32 (Ans)

A kaplan turbine is to be designed to develop 7,350 kW. The net available

head is 5.5 m. Assume that the speed ratio as 0.68 and the overall

efficiency as 60%. The diameter of the boss is r d of the diameter of the

runner. Find the diameter of the runner, its speed and its specific speed.

Solution:

P = 7350 kW, H = 5.5 m

Vf1

2g H

0.68

and hence

u1

2.09

u1 2.2 2 10 5.5 23.07 m/s

2g H

and hence

P

7350 103

0

; 0 .6

gQH

1000 10 Q 5.5

17

Q = 222.72 m 3 /s

2

2

D

Do Db2 V f 1 Do2 o 7.13 222.72

4

4

3

D o = 6.69 m (Ans)

Do N 6.69 N

23.07 m/s

60

60

Ns

N P

H

65.86 7350

5.5

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