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2D DCA Compressor
  • F.S. Lien, G. Kalitzin and  and P. A. Durbin (1998), “RANS Modelling for Compressible and Transitional Flows”, Proc. 1998 Summer Programme, Centre for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, USA, pp. 267-286.

    W.L. Chen, F.S. Lien and M.A. Leschziner (1998), “Non-Linear Eddy-Viscosity Modelling of Transitional Boundary Layers Pertinent to Turbomachine Aerodynamics”,  Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 19, pp. 297-306.

    W.L. Chen, F.S. Lien and M.A. Leschziner (1998), “Computational Prediction of Flow around Highly-Loaded Compressor-Cascade Blades with Non-Linear Eddy-Viscosity Models”,  Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 19, pp. 307-319.

  • Double-Circular-Arc (DCA) compressor (Zierke & Deutsch, 1990)

  • modified linear k-e-v2 model (Lien & Durbin, 1996)

  • incidence angle: +5 degree


Flat-plate transitional boundary layer (Lien, Kalitzin &Durbin, 1998)

3D Linear Turbine

F.S. Lien and M.A. Leschziner (1999), “Computational Modelling of a Transitional 3D Turbine-Cascade Flow Using a Modified Low-Re k-e Model and a Multi-Block Scheme”,  Int. J. of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 12, pp. 1-15.

  • Expt. by Gregory-Smith & Cleak (1992)

  • Multi-block grid containing 725,000 nodes

  • Low-Re k-e model of Lien & Leschziner (1995)

  • Inlet flow angle: 42.75 degrees

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