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Effect of Periodic Passing Wake on the Flow Field of a Film-Cooled Flat Plate(I)
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Effect of Periodic Passing Wake on the Flow Field of a Film-Cooled Flat Plate(I)
Guk, Geon; Lee, Jun-Sik; Go, Sang-Geun;
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 Abstract
The effect of periodic passing wake on the film-coolant flow issuing normally from a flat plate was investigated experimentally. The passing wake was generated by rotating thin circular bars. Depending on the rotational direction the test plate could be simulated as a pressure surface or a suction surface of a gas turbine blade. The phase-averaged velocity components were measured using an X-type hot-wire probe. The Reynolds number based on the free-stream velocity and injection hole diameter was 23, 500 and the velocity ratio which is the ratio of film coolant velocity to free-stream velocity was 0.5. The velocity-triangle induced by the wake was similar to that induced by the one generated at the blade trailing edge. The vertical velocity component induced by the passing wake, which approaches to the suction surface and moves away from the pressure surface, played a dominant role in the variation of the flow field. The variation in the phase-averaged velocity on the pressure surface was greater than on the suction surface, but the turbulence kinetic energy variation on the suction surface appeared larger than on the pressure surface.
 Keywords
Film-Cooling;Flat Plate;Passing Wake;Phase Average Technique;Pressure and Suction Surfaces;
 Language
Korean
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