|July 8, 2011, 06:29||
Literature: Comparison Mixing Plane Model vs. Full meshed modell
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I am looking for literature which compares a model using mixing planes to a "fully meshed " model without mixing planes. Is there something? I am interested in the losses, work principle, etc....
Thanks for help
|July 21, 2011, 04:18||
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Check out these papers:
J.D. Denton. The calculation of three-dimensional viscous flow through multistage turbomachines. Journal of Turbomachinery, 114:18, 1992.
G. Fritsch and M.B. Giles. An asymptotic analysis of mixing loss. Journal of Turbomachinery,117:367, 1995.
D.G. Holmes. Mixing Planes Revisited: A Steady Mixing Plane Approach Designed to Combine High Levels of Conservation and Robustness. Prooceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2008, 2008.
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