The Solution of the Stationary Aeroelasticity Problem for a Separation Channel with Deformable Sinusoidal Walls | Journal of Engineering Sciences

The Solution of the Stationary Aeroelasticity Problem for a Separation Channel with Deformable Sinusoidal Walls

Author(s): Demianenko M.1*, Volf M.2, Pavlenko V.3, Liaposhchenko O.1, Pavlenko I.1

Affiliation(s): 
1 Sumy State University, 2, Rymskogo-Korsakova St., 40007 Sumy, Ukraine;
2 University of West Bohemia, 2738/8 Univerzitni St., 301 00 Pilsen 3, Czech Republic;
3 Machine-Building College of Sumy State University, 18, Shevchenka Ave., 40022 Sumy, Ukraine.

*Corresponding Author’s Address: m.demianenko@omdm.sumdu.edu.ua

Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2020)

Dates:
Paper received: January 22, 2020
The final version of the paper received: June 3, 2020
Paper accepted online: June 17, 2020

Citation:
Demianenko, M., Volf, M., Pavlenko, V., Liaposhchenko, O., Pavlenko, I. (2020). The solution of the stationary aeroelasticity problem for a separation channel with deformable sinusoidal walls. Journal of Engineering Sciences, Vol. 7(1), pp. D5–D10, doi: 10.21272/jes.2020.7(1).d2

DOI: 10.21272/jes.2020.7(1).d2

Research Area:  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Dynamics and Strength of Machines

Abstract. One of the most urgent problems concerning the design of inertial separation devices is the failure of the trapped liquid film from the contact surfaces due to the contact with the turbulent gas-liquid flow. For extension of the range of the effective inertial separation, a method of dynamic separation was proposed using the developed separation device with deformable sinusoidal walls. In this regard, the article is aimed at the development of the general methodology for the determination of the impact of hydrodynamic characteristics on the shape parameters for the deformed separation channel. The proposed approach is based on both physical and geometrical models. The first one allows obtaining compliance of deformable walls as a result of pressure distribution in the separation channel as a result of numerical simulation. The second one allows for obtaining variations of the main geometrical parameters of the proposed model using transfer functions. The relevancy of the proposed methodology was proved by the values of the relative errors for evaluating the variations of the amplitude and the radius of curvature.

Keywords: pressure field, elastic deformation, amplitude variation, elliptic integrals, transfer function, regression approach.

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