Hodson, HP (1985) INVISCID BLADE-TO-BLADE PREDICTION OF A WAKE-GENERATED UNSTEADY FLOW. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, 107. pp. 337-344. ISSN 0742-4795Full text not available from this repository.
A description is presented of a time-marking calculation of the unsteady flow generated by the interaction of upstream wakes with a moving blade row. The inviscid equations of motion are solved using a finite volume technique. Wake dissipation is modeled using an artificial viscosity. Predictions are presented for the rotor mid-span section of an axial turbine. Reasonable agreement is found between the predicted and measured unsteady blade surface static pressures and velocities. These and other results confirm that simple theories can be used to explain the phenomena of rotor-stator wake interactions.
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