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Heat transfer, adiabatic effectiveness and injectant distributions downstream of single and double rows of film-cooling holes with compound angles

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Authors
Bishop, David Turner
Subjects
Compound angel injection
embedded vortex
film-cooling
turbulent boundary layer
Advisors
Ligrani, Phillip M
Subramanian, Chelakara S.
Date of Issue
1990-09
Date
1990-09
Publisher
Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School
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Abstract
Experimental results are presented which describe the development and structure of turbulent boundary layer flow downstream of single and double rows of film-cooling holes with compound angles. The film-cooling holes are inclined at an angle of 30 degrees when projected into the spanwisenormal (Y-Z) planes and at an angle of 35 degrees when projected into the streamwisenormal (X-Y) planes with respect to the test surface. Three configurations are used: (1) one row of film-cooling holes with a blowing ratio of m=0.5, (2) one row of film- cooling holes with a blowing ratio of m=1.0, and (3) two staggered row of film- cooling holes with a blowing ratio of m=0.5. Results indicate that the highest eta values are obtained when two rows of compound angle injection cooling holes are employed with a blowing ratio of m=0.5, and that the lowest eta values results when one row of compound angle injection cooling holes is employed with a blowing ratio of m=1.0. Near film cooling holes and for xd as high as 87, streamwise mean velocity and total pressure distributions show spanwise periodicity near the wall as a result of the discrete nature of film injection. At xd=10.2, injectant distributions are non-circular in spanwise normal planes. These distributions spread in lateral and normal directions as the boundary layer convects downstream.
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Mechanical Engineering
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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xiii, 136 p. ill.
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This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Title 17, United States Code, Section 101. Copyright protection is not available for this work in the United States.
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