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This paper describes the development of an advanced two piece gas turbine exhaust (ATP) to replace the two-piece exhaust used on the SGT6-5000F engine. This engine, now known as the F-FD2 engine, has demonstrated numerous issues with the TPEX design. The objective of this work is to develop an advanced two piece gas turbine exhaust design that is capable of address the issues with the TPEX on the SGT6-5000F engine. This work has also led to an improvement of the manufacturing process to reduce the problem of deformation.
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The geometry of both the single blade and the bladed disk was created in SolidWorks and the three dimensional finite element mesh was generated using the ANSYS finite element package. The finite element mesh for the uncracked single blade is shown in Fig. 1 a and for bladed disk is shown in Fig. 1 b. The single blade is divided into separate regions to apply the required mesh controls in order to refine the mesh in regions of interest (such as high stress concentration and/or around the crack front). Since high mesh refinement is introduced around the region of the crack front, the size of the finite element model increases once the crack is introduced.
With the simplicity and ease of use of FRANC3D, it allows engineers to analyze and design crack problems in a fast and efficient manner. Once the model is created in FRANC3D, the computational engine will set up all the regions of the model for analysis. FRANC3D allows engineers to interactively define area to be analyzed for the crack using a collection of point objects or the drag-and-drop method. After the model is set up, the computational engine will compute the cracks load-carrying capacity using the model for the time duration of the analysis. The cracks time to failure value is used to determine the time of inspection interval.