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Thermal devices with porous structures, intended for the combustion chambers of gas turbine units, as well as for cutting and boring of the turbine housings of electric power plants have been developed and studied. Photographs of combustion chambers and nozzles, studied in terms of their geometry and thickening of the nozzle walls, excess oxidant (0.3-0.8) and the operating conditions until the limit state of the metal is reached (1 ⋅ 106 W/m²) have been presented. The optimal geometry of the chambers and nozzles, as well as the type of porous structure have been determined. Coolant consumption has been reduced dozens of times, which has environmental significance. The appraisal of the structures studied showed the advantages to the flow cooling system. An analytical model of the heat exchange crisis is proposed. The system of differential equations for 1-D flow of one-phase liquid is solved. A physical picture of the heat exchange process is presented. In the equation of motion, the coefficient which determines the viscosity in the general pressure gradient is introduced. The actual velocity of the fluid is accounted for by the coefficient of moisture content in the porous structure.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2022, VOLUME 26, ISSUE Issue 4, PAGES [3297 - 3305]
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