Modeling of the Flows with 3-D Separation Caused by Interaction of the Boundary Layers on the Interesting Surfaces
Subsonic flows with high Reynolds number at the curved intersecting surfaces with the boundary layers secondary flows directed to the intersection line are considered.The secondary flows induce the 3-D separation. The physical and simple mathematical models for calculating both laminar and turbulent flows with the use of the effective turbulent viscosity are discussed. This model was tested experimentally and numericaly for the flow in the compressor cascade blades.
KeywordsBoundary Layer Interaction Region Secondary Flow Subsonic Flow Stagnation Region
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