2016
DOI: 10.4236/jfcmv.2016.41002
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Abstract: A flat plate film cooling flow from a multi-exit hole configuration has been numerically simulated using both steady and unsteady Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS and URANS) Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) formulations. This multi-exit hole concept, the Anti-Vortex Hole (AVH), has been developed and studied by previous research groups and shown to mitigate or counter the vorticity generated by conventional holes resulting in a more attached film cooling layer and higher film cooling effectiveness. The … Show more

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“…The literature on analyzing film cooling flow for conventional holes under different flow conditions is very broad both in experimental [33,38,42,43] and numerical aspects [35,40,41], which allows researchers to use these resources to validate their numerical tools that they developed for advanced cooling hole configurations. Anti-Vortex Hole configuration also has a developing literature in both experimental [39,44] and numerical analysis [36,37,45].…”
Section: Chapter 4: Using Detached Eddy Simulation Technique To Genermentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The literature on analyzing film cooling flow for conventional holes under different flow conditions is very broad both in experimental [33,38,42,43] and numerical aspects [35,40,41], which allows researchers to use these resources to validate their numerical tools that they developed for advanced cooling hole configurations. Anti-Vortex Hole configuration also has a developing literature in both experimental [39,44] and numerical analysis [36,37,45].…”
Section: Chapter 4: Using Detached Eddy Simulation Technique To Genermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Numerical simulations for film cooling methods uses different solution techniques involving steady Reynolds Averaged Numerical Solver (RANS) [37,46], unsteady RANS [37], Detached Eddy Simulations (DES) [35,41] and Large Eddy Simulations (LES) [40]. Among these numerical solution techniques, DES and LES simulations are proven to be more successful over the other techniques for conventional holes [41], but do not have broad applications for AVH holes yet due to their increased numerical cost.…”
Section: Chapter 4: Using Detached Eddy Simulation Technique To Genermentioning
confidence: 99%
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