Study and Performance Analysis of Gas Turbine Combustion Chamber and Improving Combustion Efficiency by Using Ceramic Composite Material Coating

C Dhatchanamoorthy, M Mohanraj, M Pasumpon, and R Vijayan
Government College of Engineering, Salem, Tamilnadu, India
Abstract—Combustion chamber with ceramic material coating is defined as the process of alternating the material concept toget high combustionefficiency. The aim of ceramic chamber coating is to develop high combustion with engines designed to advanced material concept substantially during various combustion conditions. Gas turbine combustion chambers can be generally classified as Can, Annular, Can Annular, etc. Most of the Gas turbine combustion chamber concepts are based upon size and injector position, chamber material but till now not implemented on ceramic materialcoating, ceramic material include the combined material. There is few researches being carried in combustion chamber with new concept. Here, in our concept, the ceramic material (silicon carbide (SiC)) is used in combustion chamber to coat for conventional chamber material to get high temperature combustion exit gas and to get high thrust. In this project, the combustion chamber with ceramic material coating is designed by using CATIA. In order to predict the chamber with ceramic, the numerical analysis of ceramic chamber coating by using ANSYS. The increment of combustion efficiency will be expect by using ceramic combustion chamber coating in gas turbines, which means get more Thrust.

Index Terms—Combustion efficiency, ANSYS, Combustion chamber, Thrust

Cite: C Dhatchanamoorthy, M Mohanraj, M Pasumpon, and R Vijayan, "Study and Performance Analysis of Gas Turbine Combustion Chamber and Improving Combustion Efficiency by Using Ceramic Composite Material Coating," International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 195-201, January 2015.

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