Item description for Screw Compressors: Mathematical Modelling and Performance Calculation by N. Stosic...
The first part of Screw Compressors gives a review of recent developments in screw compressor design. The second part presents a generalized mathematical definition of screw machine rotors and describes some well known lobe shapes in detail. The third part treats the mathematical modelling of the thermodynamics and fluid mechanics of compression and expansion processes. This includes discussion of the issues addressed in order to be able to predict the optimum rotor size and speed and built-in volume ratio and, in the case of oil flooded machines, the injection position and jet diameter. The fourth and fifth parts discuss the principles used and describe the application of the analytical procedures and rotor profiling techniques, presented in the earlier chapters, to the design of a number of twin screw compressors, currently manufactured including the examples of combining expansion and compression in the same machine.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.37" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Release Date Aug 5, 2005
ISBN 3540242759 ISBN13 9783540242758
Availability 76 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 07:59.
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Screw compressor Jan 14, 2008
This book is an interesting brief history of the screw compressor, and a quick overview of the general characteristics of the different configurations of the screw compressor. It is not, however a design manual, nor do the efficiency predictions seem very realistic. The author seems to favor outdated rotor profiles which have been proven less efficient by any standard. In short, too expensive, in my opinion, for the material contained within.