Turbulent Skin Friction on Axial Compressor Blading
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Measurements of turbulent boundary layers in strongly-decelerating flow on axial compressor blades operating at low Reynolds numbers have indicated skin friction values differing by as much as 50% from the predictions of conventional friction laws. A new friction law incorporating strong pressure gradient and longitudinal acceleration effects in the wall layer has been found capable of describing the observed behavior.
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