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Eq.

( 2)
From Eqs. (1) and (2)

Euler Turbine Equation


Euler Turbine Equation relates the temperature ratio (and hence the pressure ratio) across a
turbine or compressor to the rotational speed and the change in momentum per unit mass.

If angular momentum increases across a blade


row, then
and work was done on the
fluid (a compressor).

If angular momentum decreases across a


blade row, then
and work was done by
the fluid (a turbine).

Conclusions from Euler Turbo-machinery Equation


A Change in total enthalpy is proportional to change in
tangential flow speed or tangential engine speed.
For engines with little change in mean radius (inlet to exit), the
change in total enthalpy is due to change in tangential flow
velocity of the fluid.
Creates a small change in enthalpy of fluid.
For engines with large change in radius, the change in enthalpy
is to a large degree due to the change in radius.
The centrifugal/centripetal effect.
Creates Large change in enthalpy of fluid.
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