Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-B.1922.214.171.1245
Title & Authors
Heat (mass) transfer measurement and analysis with flows around film cooling holes and circular cylinders Kim, B.G.; Wu, S. J.; Cho,H. H.;
The present study investigates heat/mass transfer around film cooling jets and circular cylinders to compare the characteristics of each other. Experiments are conducted to obtain the detailed heat/mass transfer coefficients of flat plate with injections through an array of holes and for flows around an array of protruding circular cylinders using the naphthalene sublimation technique. The inclination angles of cylinders are set to the same ones of jets; a, the angle between the jet and the surface is fixed at 30 deg. through the whole experiments and .betha., the angle between the projection of the jet on the surface and the direction of main stream is adjusted to 0 deg., 45 deg. and 90 deg. to investigate the effect of variation of injection angles. The influence of blowing rates of jets and those of cylinder length to diameter ratios are also investigated. The results indicate that the increase of angle .betha. influences the spanwise uniformity of heat/mass transfer remarkably for both jets and cylinders, but that variation of cylinder length to diameter ratios has weaker effects on heat/mass transfer coefficients than that of blowing rates.
Film Cooling;Compound Angled Injection;Inclined Circular Protuding Cylinder;Heat/Mass Transfer Analogy;Naphthalene Sublimation Technique;