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Seals Flow Code Development 1993Seals Workshop of 1993 code releases include SPIRALI for spiral grooved cylindrical and face seal configurations; IFACE for face seals with pockets, steps, tapers, turbulence, and cavitation; GFACE for gas face seals with 'lift pad' configurations; and SCISEAL, a CFD code for research and design of seals of cylindrical configuration. GUI (graphical user interface) and code usage was discussed with hands on usage of the codes, discussions, comparisons, and industry feedback. Other highlights for the Seals Workshop-93 include environmental and customer driven seal requirements; 'what's coming'; and brush seal developments including flow visualization, numerical analysis, bench testing, T-700 engine testing, tribological pairing and ceramic configurations, and cryogenic and hot gas facility brush seal results. Also discussed are seals for hypersonic engines and dynamic results for spiral groove and smooth annular seals.
Document ID
19950007170
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Authors
Liang, Anita D.
(NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Hendricks, Robert C.
(NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Date Acquired
September 6, 2013
Publication Date
July 1, 1994
Subject Category
Mechanical Engineering
Report/Patent Number
NAS 1.55:10136
E-8643
NASA-CP-10136
Funding Number(s)
PROJECT: RTOP 590-21-11
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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