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Competing three-dimensional mechanisms in compressor flows
Three-dimensional design is central to all modern compressor design systems, but many of these methods still rely on a two-dimensional and sectional view of aerodynamics at their core. This paper argues that this view fundamentally limits design by not considering the effect, on separation and loss, of the pressure gradient on the surface of the blade perpendicular to the meridional direction, here known as the transverse pressure gradient. The first part of the paper details how altering thedoi:10.17863/cam.6505 fatcat:rrvftu7tv5fltgrvcvki7be5gi