Effects of Freestream Turbulence, Turbulence Length Scale, and Reynolds Number on Turbine Blade Heat Transfer in a Transonic Cascade
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The experimental results showed that the high freestream turbulence augmented the heat transfer on both the pressure and suction sides of the blade as compared to the low freestream turbulence case. At nominal conditions, exit Mach 0.78, average heat transfer augmentations of 23% and 35% were observed on the pressure side and suction side of the blade, respectively.
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