Discrete hole film cooling utilizes jet-in-crossflow geometry where the jet is supplied through a short hole which may be pitched relative to the main flow. Typically, the velocity ratio is near one. Under these conditions, the mean flow structure of the jet/mainstream interaction may be strongly affected by the characteristics of the flow within the hole. Magnetic resonance velocimetry (MRV) is used to measure the 3-dimensional mean velocity field for various jets in crossflow with short holes of varied inclination angles and blowing ratios typically of gas turbine applications. Novel measurements of the flow within inclined feed holes are captured using MRV. Secondary flows within the hole are found to be strongly dependent on the inclination of the hole. The traditional counter-rotating vortex pair is observed in the mainstream, as well as high levels of wall-normal vorticity. The 3D vorticity field is used to modify traditional jet-in-crossflow vortex ring theory to apply to low-momentum jets which remain attached to the ejection surface.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 6, 2012
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