Study of Boundary Layer Development in a Two-Stage Low-Pressure Turbine

@inproceedings{Dorney2000StudyOB,
  title={Study of Boundary Layer Development in a Two-Stage Low-Pressure Turbine},
  author={Daniel Joseph Dorney and David E. Ashpis and David E. Halstead and David C. Wisler},
  year={2000}
}
Introduction E XPERIMENTAL data from jet-enginetests have indicated that unsteady blade-row (wake) interactions and separation can have a signiŽ cant impact on the efŽ ciency of turbine stages. The effects of these interactions can be intensiŽ ed in low-pressure turbine stages because of the low-Reynolds-number operating environment. Measured turbine efŽ ciencies at takeoff can be as much as two points higher than those at cruise conditions. Thus, during the last decade a signiŽ cant amount of… CONTINUE READING

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