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Volume 3: Heat Transfer; Electric Power; Industrial and Cogeneration
The transient liquid crystal technique has been used to measure film cooling effectiveness and heat transfer on a flat plate in a free jet, and a turbine airfoil in a linear cascade. A multiple-test regression method has been developed for the data reduction, considering a transient coolant temperature evolution. Flat plate film cooling was investigated for a single row of 35° inclined holes at Math numbers of 0.3 and 0.5, and two turbulence intensities. Downstream of injection heat transferdoi:10.1115/97-gt-026 fatcat:ob4xh2wb3nbghae33n6z5i26xa