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SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MATERIAL SCIENCE, SMART STRUCTURES AND APPLICATIONS: ICMSS-2019
The study of inlet flow distortion (hot streaks and entropy waves) propagation through high-pressure turbine (HPT) stages is an open topic for aero-engine design, due to their multiple effects on aerodynamics, heat exchange and noise generation. The request to design compact and lightweight systems has recently led to a reduction of the combustorturbine axial gap, making the interaction between the HPT and the combustor extremely critical. For this reason, the main aim of the present work is todoi:10.1063/1.5138753 fatcat:dklbttvro5ab5ig62xn2ovscru