Day, IJ and Freeman, C (1993) Unstable behavior of low and high speed compressors. American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Paper). pp. 1-9. ISSN 0402-1215Full text not available from this repository.
By far the greater part of our understanding about stall and surge in axial compressors comes from work on low-speed laboratory machines. As a general rule, these machines do not model the compressibility effects present in high-speed compressors and therefore doubt has always existed about the application of low-speed results to high-speed machines. In recent years interest in active control has led to a number of studies of compressor stability in engine type compressors. This paper presents new data from an eight-stage fixed geometry engine compressor and compares this with low-speed laboratory data.
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