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Numerical Prediction of Unsteady Transitional Boundary Layer Flows due to Rotor-Stator Interaction(II)-Characteristics of Unsteady Transitional Boundary Layer Flow-
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 Title & Authors
Numerical Prediction of Unsteady Transitional Boundary Layer Flows due to Rotor-Stator Interaction(II)-Characteristics of Unsteady Transitional Boundary Layer Flow-
Gang, Dong-Jin; Lakshminarayana, Budugur;
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 Abstract
A Navier-Stokes code with a modified low Reynolds number k-.epsilon. turbulence model was used to study the unsteady transitional boundary layer flow due to rotor-stator interaction. The modification, proposed by Launder, to improve prediction of stagnation flows was incorporated to the low Reynolds number k-.epsilon. turbulence model by Fan-Lakshminarayana-Barnett. Numerical solution is shown to capture well the calmed laminar flow as well as the wake induced transitional strip due to rotor-stator interaction and shows improvement, in terms of onset of transition and its length, over previous Euler/boundary layer solution. The turbulent kinetic energy shows local maximum along the upstream rotor wake in the wake induced transitional strip and this characteristics is observed untill the end of transition. The wake induced strip also shown apparent even in the laminar sublayer as the upstream rotor wake penetrates inside the boundary layer.
 Keywords
Rotor-Stator Interaction;Wake Induced Transitional Strip;Calmde Laminal Flow Region;
 Language
Korean
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