Investigation of flow in the crowns of compressors using different turbulence models
Keywords:Aerodynamics in compressors, computational fluid dynamics
AbstractThe results of flow modelling in Rotor37compressor blade row using k-ω и SST turbulence models are presented. The analysis of applicability of turbulence models for prediction of compressor row aerodynamic characteristics, based on modeling results, is performed
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