New technologies implemented in the design of a low-emission combustion chamber of a gas-turbine unit


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Abstract

Metallist-Samara JSC has developed a fundamentally new design of a unified double-circuit burner of a low-emission combustion chamber (LECC) of a ground-based gas turbine unit (GTU), adapted for manufacturing with the help of an innovative technology by selective laser melting (SLM) of metal powders using CAD models. Several batches of burners were made and control studies were carried out characterizing the quality of manufacturing according to the established procedure. Deficiencies inherent in the SLM process were discovered, the main of which are: raised roughness, in particular, of the fuel channels of the main and duty zones; microporosity, microalloying; microcracks; instability of flow characteristics; local non-sintering zones of the layers grown on the burner body. As a result of the analysis of the state of the manufactured burners, research and refinements, it was found that most of the identified shortcomings can be eliminated during further development of the modes and parameters of the technological process. Currently, difficult engineering problems associated with the implementation of additive manufacturing technologies have been overcome.

About the authors

D. G. Fedorchenko

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Author for correspondence.
Email: dgfedorchenko@yandex.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering), Associate Professor
Chief Designer

Russian Federation

Yu. I. Tsybizov

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Email: 2422490@mail.ru

Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor
Design Project Leader

Russian Federation

D. D. Tyulkin

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Email: tyulkin.dmitriy@gmail.com

Design Engineer

Russian Federation

I. E. Vorotyntsev

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Email: vorotintsev15@yandex.ru

Design Engineer

Russian Federation

D. A. Zherelov

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Email: denis_samara_163@mail.ru

Design Project Leader

Russian Federation

A. S. Dulov

Joint-Stock company “Metallist-Samara”

Email: dulov.alexander@mail.ru

Design Engineer

Russian Federation

V. G. Smelov

Samara National Research University

Email: pdla_smelov@mail.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering), Assistant Professor

Russian Federation

A. V. Sotov

Samara National Research University

Email: sotovanton@yandex.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering)
Assistant Lecturer

Russian Federation

A. V. Agapovichev

Samara National Research University

Email: agapovichev5@mail.ru

Senior Lecturer

Russian Federation

References

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