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Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery by Egon Krause, Matthias Meinke (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans J.

By Egon Krause, Matthias Meinke (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans J. Rath, Dr.-Ing. Christoph Egbers (eds.)

The papers during this quantity are often within the quarter of computational fluid dynamics (CFD). in addition, to a couple expand this quantity comprises additionally contributions from the sector of latest experimental mehtods and diagnostics utilized to fluid dynamics, combustions and turbomachniery. the contributed papers hide different subject matters similar to pipe flows, surprise tube flows, compressor flows in addition to speed and turbulence measurements of circulation conditioners. there's additionally a survey article on contemporary circulate computations on excessive functionality pcs. Articles also are dedicated to liquid-liquid structures, rotating fluid flows and combustion diagnostics.

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LO) and (17) are three equations for the three unknown velocity components. Bki) . i=1 k=1 i=1 (20) (21) (22) It is assumed that the perturbations are small so that products of perturbation terms can be neglected. This leads to the following system of homogeneous linear differential equations for the unknown functions Uk,(r), Vki(r), Wki(r): (23) 21 (24) (25) The boundary conditions are: r r = 0 : k = 0: U~i = 0, Vai = 0, V~; = 0, WOi = 0, W~ = 0 k = 1: U h = 0, V{i = 0, W{i = 0 k = 2, 3, ... : Uki = 0, U~i = 0, Vki = 0, Wki = 0 = 1 : Uki = 0, Vki = 0, Wki = 0 The boundary conditions at r (26) (27) = 0 can be derived by expanding the solutions in power series of r.

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All other values are extrapolated from the inner flow field. In front of and behind the blades periodicity conditions are used. 6 Results In Fig. 1 velocity vector plots in the diffuser are shown. They have been computed with three different 2D solvers according to a working point at the choked line at partial load. The whole flow fields predicted with the different solvers are very similar, therefore only the one due to the extended Baldwin-Lomax model has been plotted. Region A shows vectors in vicinity of the flow separation at the pressure surface of the blading.

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