Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Theory and Fundamental Research; Aerospace Heat Transfer; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; 2012
DOI: 10.1115/ht2012-58144 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…2, the PSP response, upon normalization by the appropriate condition, is independent of temperature. A similar feature of the PSP calibration curves was also found by Liu et al [23].…”
Section: Fig 1 Schematic Layout For Psp Calibration Setupsupporting
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“…2, the PSP response, upon normalization by the appropriate condition, is independent of temperature. A similar feature of the PSP calibration curves was also found by Liu et al [23].…”
Section: Fig 1 Schematic Layout For Psp Calibration Setupsupporting
“…which closely resembles the calibration curve reported in Ref. [23], though the calibration coefficients are rather dissimilar.…”
Section: Fig 1 Schematic Layout For Psp Calibration Setupsupporting
“…The different camera framings do not allow to cover the whole vane surface; nevertheless, the investigated areas are wide enough to characterize the behaviour of the film-cooling holes on the different surfaces. At a first sight it is possible to note, for the suction side results, a strong effect of the secondary flows, as the coolant traces are driven away from the endwalls towards the midspan; this well-known effect [10,11] determines the presence of uncovered areas close to the endwalls, in the region between rows SS2 and SS3 and close to the trailing edge. In the latter location, this phenomenon also creates two areas (h/H = 65%-80% and 20%-35%) where the effectiveness is slightly higher than at midspan, due to the superposition of the converging coolant traces.…”
Section: Experimental Technique and Data Reductionmentioning
“…For convex surfaces, on the other hand, effectiveness is generally higher than for flat plates, but an important drop-off in performance occurs as the momentum ratio overcomes threshold values; the adiabatic effectiveness is always higher in the proximity of the holes, as the surface curvature works against the reattachment. More recent studies focused on the analysis of cylindrical [8,9] and shaped holes [10,11] on actual turbine vane/blade geometries. Despite their conclusions were often qualitatively similar to the ones of the previous base studies, the quantitative behaviour could significantly deviate.…”
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