Turbomachinery Performance Models

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  author =       "Robert J. Pelton and David Japikse and 
                 Daniel Maynes and Kerry N. Oliphant",
  title =        "Turbomachinery Performance Models",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of GT2005 2005 ASME International
                 Mechanical Engineering Congress \& Exposition",
  year =         "2005",
  pages =        "IMECE2005--79414",
  address =      "Orlando, Florida",
  month =        nov # " 5-11",
  organisation = "ASME",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, genetic
                 expression programming",
  URL =          "http://www.conceptseti.com/pdf/IMECE2005-79414R3.pdf",
  abstract =     "Advanced meanline turbomachinery performance models
                 are presented based on an extensive database for
                 centrifugal and mixed-flow compressors and pumps. The
                 methodology of processing the data is briefly discussed
                 here, and in more depth in a companion paper. In this
                 investigation, the detailed steps of building the
                 highly non-linear, multi-variable, coupled models are
                 presented. This modelling includes the impeller, a
                 vaneless diffuser, and/or a volute. In future papers,
                 diverse classes of diffusers, guide vanes, and return
                 channels will be added as well. Using genetic
                 expression programming, models of very high order are
                 developed. These models are then tested against neural
                 network models that are built using the same database.
                 Several different classes of performance models are
                 built to meet global modeling requirements, specific
                 discipline domain requirements, and to meet specific
                 designers' requirements.

                 This paper is one in a set of four papers. Papers No. 1
                 and 4 were presented at the ASME/IGTI Conference in
                 Reno, Nevada, on June 6-9, 2005, and the remaining two
                 (Papers No. 2 \cite{IMECE2005-79414R3} and No. 3
                 \cite{IMECE2005-79416-R3}) are being presented at the
                 2005 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress
                 on November 5-11, 2005, in Orlando, Florida.",
  notes =        "http://www.asmeconferences.org/congress05/TechnicalProgramOverview.cfm

                 IMECE2005-79414 Concepts NREC, Brigham Young University
                 Session: FED-17 D General Papers IV: Numerical",

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