Three-dimensional near-wake structure behind a rotor was measured using slanted hot-wire technique in a large-scale, low-speed, rotor/stator axial compressor. Unsteady flow interaction between blade rows was varied by setting the axial gap between rows at 10% and 30% of rotor chord. Results show that stronger flow interactions between blade rows, or closer axial gap, produce more pronounced time variation within the rotor wake. All parameters measured – three component velocities, yaw and pitch angles – varied strongly within the wake, and are quantified.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 19, 1997
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