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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Gas Turbines: Turbomachinery

Numerical Comparative Study of Compressor Rotor and Stator Blade Deposition Rates

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D. Bouris, R. Kubo, H. Hirata, Y. Nakata

Toshiba Corporation, Power and Industrial Systems Research and Development Center, 1 Toshiba-Cho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-8511, Japan

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 124(3), 608-616 (Jun 19, 2002) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1454113 History: Received July 27, 1999; Revised November 28, 2001; Online June 19, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Mach number contours for compressor rotor blade cascade with inlet Mach number 0.86
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Mach number contours for compressor stator blade cascade with inlet Mach number 0.77
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Al2O3 particle trajectories near the stator leading edge for particle diameter sizes d=0.1 and 2 μm
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Al2O3 particle trajectories near the stator suction side for particle diameter sizes d=0.1 and 2 μm
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Al2O3 particle trajectories near the rotor suction side for particle diameter sizes d=0.1 and 2 μm
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Al2O3 particle deposition rate distribution on suction side of compressor stator blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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Al2O3 particle deposition rate distribution on pressure side of compressor stator blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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Al2O3 particle deposition rate distribution on suction side of compressor rotor blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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Al2O3 particle deposition rate distribution on pressure side of compressor rotor blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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CaCO3 particle deposition rate distribution on suction side of compressor stator blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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CaCO3 particle deposition rate distribution on pressure side of compressor stator blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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CaCO3 particle deposition rate distribution on suction side of compressor rotor blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)
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CaCO3 particle deposition rate distribution on pressure side of compressor rotor blade. (Arrow denotes graph area that follows right axis.)

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