Heat flux and coolant concentration in hypersonic turbulent flow with transpiration cooling
AbstractThe present contribution shows results from direct numerical simulations (DNS) of a Mach 5 turbulent flow on a flat plate with modelled porous injection at different blowing ratios, representative of a transpiration-cooling system. It is found that the coolant film on the surface is preserved within the calmed region, whereas in the turbulent wedge it decays as a consequence of the wall-normal convective transport. This, in turn, results in the beneficial effect of the blowing ratio on the wall heat flux being relevant within the transitional region, but almost negligible within the turbulent wedge.
CitationCerminara, A. (2022) Heat flux and coolant concentration in hypersonic turbulent flow with transpiration cooling, in Proceedings of the 17th UK Heat Transfer Conference, 4-6 April 2022, University of Manchester.
PublisherUK Heat Transfer Conference
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