Studies of film cooling, mass transfer, and flow visualization near the endwall of a turbine blade of a fixed cascade are reviewed. Comparison of the results confirms the complex structure of the flow, including the existence of a number of interacting vortices that dominate the region. The film cooling and mass transfer variations are in correspondence with the observed flow structure.
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Jabbari, M.Y., Goldstein, R.J. Film cooling, mass transfer, and flow at the base of a turbine blade. J Eng Phys Thermophys 65, 911–916 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00862936
- Mass Transfer
- Statistical Physic
- Flow Structure
- Turbine Blade