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Yin Z.,No.92 | Zhang G.,No.92 | Zhao H.,No.92 | Wu L.,No.92
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2011

This paper describes a novel rapid manufacturing and remanufacturing system based on robotic gas metal arc welding. If worn parts are maintainable, this system play a repairer role; if worn parts are unfit to remain in service, this system play a manufacturer role. This system works in 'modeling - slicing - stacking' principle. First, Detecting and building three-dimensional models of damaged zone by structured light. Second, Slicing established three-dimensional model in layers with some thickness. Third, planning robotic tool path to get optimum welding path and parameters. Finally, executing remanufacturing task with robotic GMAW stacking layer by layer. This system remanufactures parts in human - robot interactive way. Take a half cylinder shell as worn part, experiments are conducted. Results show the mean error of surface smoothness is less than 0.5mm. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications.


Liu X.,No.92 | Wang S.,No.92 | Zhou X.,No.92 | Feng G.,No.92
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2011

In this paper, the trailing edge film cooling flow field of a heavy duty gas turbine cascade has been studied by central difference scheme and multi-block grid technique. The research is based on the three-dimensional N-S equation solver. By way of analysis of the temperature field, the distribution of profile pressure, and the distribution of film-cooling adiabatic effectiveness in the region of trailing edge with different cool air injection mass and different angles, it is found that the impact on the film-cooling adiabatic effectiveness is slightly by changing the injection mass. The distribution of profile pressure dropped intensely at the pressure side near the injection holes line with the large mass cooling air. The cooling effect is good in the region of trailing edge while the injection air is along the direction of stream. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications.

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