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Effects of Tip Clearance on Hot Streak Migration in a High-Subsonic Single-Stage Turbine

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Daniel J. Dorney

Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Richmond, VA 23113

Douglas L. Sondak

Boston University, Office of Information Technology, Boston, MA 02215

J. Turbomach 122(4), 613-620 (Feb 01, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1290399 History: Received February 01, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Figures

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CERTS total temperature profile
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CERTS total pressure profile
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Computational grid and hot streak definition
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Computational grid: spanwise view
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Computational grid: axial view
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Computational grid in tip clearance region
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Critical velocity ratio at the hub of the vane: baseline
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Critical velocity ratio at midspan of the vane: baseline
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Critical velocity ratio at the tip of the vane: baseline
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Absolute circumferential flow angle distribution at the exit of the stage: baseline
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Total pressure distribution at the exit of the stage: baseline
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Total temperature distribution at the exit of the stage: baseline
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Temperature history at 42 percent span: no clearance
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Temperature history at 42 percent span: clearance
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Time-averaged temperature—pressure surface—no clearance
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Time-averaged temperature—pressure surface—clearance
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Time-averaged temperature—suction surface—no clearance
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Time-averaged temperature—suction surface—clearance
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Total temperature distribution at the inlet of the vane
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Total temperature distribution at the exit of the vane
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Total temperature distribution at the exit of the rotor
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Total pressure distribution at the inlet of the vane
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Total pressure distribution at the exit of the vane
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Total pressure distribution at the exit of the rotor
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Circumferential absolute flow angle distribution at the exit of the vane
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Circumferential absolute flow angle distribution at the exit of the rotor

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