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Advances in Aircraft and Spacecraft Science
  Volume 7, Number 6, November 2020 , pages 537-551

Numerical simulation and investigation of jet impingement cooling heat transfer for the rotor blade
Amin Peiravi, Mohsen Agha Seyyed Mirza Bozorg and Alireza Mostofizadeh

    Investigation of leading edge impingement cooling for first stage rotor blades in an aero-engine turbine, its effect on rotor temperature and trailing edge wake loss have been undertaken in this study. The rotor is modeled with the nozzle for attaining a more accurate simulation. The rotor blade is hollowed in order for the coolant to move inside. Also, plenum with the 15 jet nozzles are placed in it. The plenum is fed by compressed fresh air at the rotor hub. Engine operational and real condition is exerted as boundary condition. Rotor is inspected in two states: in existence of cooling technique and non-cooling state. Three-dimensional compressible and steady solutions of RANS equations with SST K-
Key Words
    rotor blade; turbine cooling; jet impingement; heat transfer; CFD simulation; numerical
Amin Peiravi, Mohsen Agha Seyyed Mirza Bozorg and Alireza Mostofizadeh: Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran

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