An electrical analogy for analysis of flow through cascades
Fahland, Frank R.
Hawkins, Larry L.
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A method of analysis of arbitrary cascades under conditions of ideal fluid flow is described. The method is based on conformal transformation, achieved experimentally through an electrical analogy. Tests were conducted to permit comparison of results obtained by this method with those of a previous analytical solution and with NACA two dimensional cascade tests. Results indicate that the quick and inexpensive procedure of this method is applicable to engineering problems of cascade analysis. This work was conducted at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
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