Paper Title:
Research on Conjugate Heat Transfer in Mechanical Seals of the Aircraft Engine
  Abstract

According to the mechanical seals’ characters of the aircraft engine: no special flush fluid equipment and the limited space etc, a numerical model of conjugate heat transfer between seal rings and seal chamber is presented. And the flow channel and the flow quantity in the mechanical seal are studied, which will affect the heat transfer between the surface of the seal ring and the flush fluid. At last, the studied results are validated by the test.

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Periodical
Chapter
III. Advanced Design, Modelling, Analysis Science in Manufacturing Technologies
Edited by
Wen-Pei Sung and Ran Chen
Pages
1093-1099
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.271-272.1093
Citation
J. K. Li, R. Mo, H. C. Yang, Z. Q. Wang, "Research on Conjugate Heat Transfer in Mechanical Seals of the Aircraft Engine", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols 271-272, pp. 1093-1099, Dec. 2012
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December 2012
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