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Volume 1: Turbomachinery
An extended discussion of Mayle's (1991) critical study of transition phenomena in gas turbine engines is presented. Attention is focussed on transition in decelerating flow regions which are the major sources of loss production for axial turbomachine blades. The following points are examined in detail: (a) the physics of transition and its implications for the correlation of various transition phenomena; (b) the relative importance of pressure gradient and freestream turbulence in controllingdoi:10.1115/92-gt-301 fatcat:teklu57injew5cftjmhft57v54