:Investigation of a 24-inch shock-in-rotor type supersonic compressor designed for simple radial equilibrium behind normal shock

Lown, Harold., Hartmann, Melvin J.
naca-rm-e51h08
1951


A 24-inch-diameter shock-in-rotor supersonic compressor rotor designed to obtain simple radial equilibrium behind the normal shock obtained a maximum total-pressure ratio of 2.02 at an adiabatic efficiency of 0.74 and a weight flow of 61.5 pounds per second at design speed. Although this design method considerably reduced the radial forces, there was no apparent reduction in the radial forces, there was no apparent reduction in the radial redistribution of mass flow over the radial redistribution obtained in the previous investigation. This investigation indicates that the shock boundary-layer interaction pattern and associated effects have a very large effect on the radial redistribution of mass flow through the shock-in-rotor supersonic-compressor rotor.

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