Discussion :: Steam Nozzles and Turbines - Section 1 (Q.No.2)
|Vinit said: (Dec 15, 2013)|
|The answer should be 90°. If we see velocity diagram for axial discharge, then its clear that it make 90° with the blade tip.|
|Rahul said: (Mar 28, 2014)|
|Dear @Vinit, how can you prove that is 90 degree?
|Swapna said: (Nov 7, 2014)|
|Here velocity is axially discharging so answer is 90.|
|Pradnya Dhainje said: (Jan 4, 2015)|
|Velocity diagram for axial discharge, it should be clearly mention that is 90.|
|Kalpesh Mori said: (Oct 7, 2015)|
|When the flow of steam is parallel to turbine blade than it is known as radial flow turbine, but when flow flowing through perpendicular to the shaft (90 degree) than it is known as axial flow turbine.|
|Srinivasan said: (Nov 10, 2016)|
|I feel there are stator blades between each stage of the turbine which convert the steam flow from radial to axial flow otherwise if you view it nature then the flow is parallel to the turbine blade which is radial flow only.|
|Engr Arshad Jamali said: (Dec 5, 2016)|
|And it is parallel to turbine axis.|
|Sandeep said: (Feb 11, 2017)|
|Yes, you are right @Kalpesh.|
|Venkatesha said: (Sep 6, 2017)|
|Siddu said: (Sep 17, 2017)|
|No, 60 degree is the correct answer.|
|M S Nayak said: (Nov 17, 2017)|
|answer is A.
In case of axial flow it is parallel to the axis i.e less then 90.
In case of radial flow perpendicular to the axis i.e 90.
|Anamul said: (Jun 7, 2018)|
|Correct Answer is 60°.|
|Mayank said: (Jul 26, 2018)|
|Because it is perpendicular to the blade.|
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