Vorticity Development in Highly Loaded Cascade Blades
Bagshaw, David; Ingram, Grant; Gregory-Smith, David; Atkins, W.S.; Heitmeir, F.; Martelli, F.; Manna, M.
Professor Grant Ingram firstname.lastname@example.org
A number of innovative techniques to reduce secondary flow, such as profiled endwalls and passage shaping have been proposed in recent years. This paper demonstrates how examining vorticity development through a highly loaded cascade can enhance the understanding of these complex technologies and their contribution to the design of modern machines. Such an understanding is necessary to fully exploit potential efficiency gains. The paper combines new experimental measurements with analysis of classical secondary flow theory for a turbine passage to build up a fuller picture of how innovative loss reduction techniques interact with secondary flows.
Bagshaw, D., Ingram, G., Gregory-Smith, D., Atkins, W., Heitmeir, F., Martelli, F., & Manna, M. (2009). Vorticity Development in Highly Loaded Cascade Blades. In 8th European Conference on Turbomachinery : fluid dynamics and thermodynamics (EUROTURBO 8), 23-27 March 2009, Graz, Austria ; proceedings (1277-1287)
|Conference Name||8th European Conference on Turbomachinery, Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics.|
|Conference Location||Graz, Austria.|
|Start Date||Mar 23, 2023|
|Publication Date||Mar 1, 2009|
|Deposit Date||Oct 21, 2011|
|Book Title||8th European Conference on Turbomachinery : fluid dynamics and thermodynamics (EUROTURBO 8), 23-27 March 2009, Graz, Austria ; proceedings.|
|Additional Information||Conference dates: March 23-27, 2009.|
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