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Design of a Turbine Blade with Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) Method

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In this paper, a turbine blade was optimized by multidisciplinary design optimization (MDO) method. This turbine blade optimization is based on the optimization frame software iSIGHT, in which four disciplines (aerodynamics, thermal dynamics, structural mechanics and structural dynamics) have been integrated. Two commercial discipline analysis soft wares, NUMECA and ANSYS, are coupled in the platform iSIGHT. The three dimensional (3-D) model of a blade was firstly parameterized. And then a set of parameters are chosen to optimize the blade to obtain the better overall properties. The result shows that the overall performances of the turbine blade have been improved remarkably after it is optimized by using the MDO method.


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