Analytical investigation of some three-dimensional flow problems in turbomachines

Frank E. Marble, Irving Michelson
naca-tn-2614
Mar 1952


One problem encountered in the theory of turbomachines is that of calculating the fluid velocity components when the inner and outer boundaries of the machine as well as the shape of or forces imparted by the blade row are given. The present paper discusses this problem under the restrictions that the fluid is inviscid and incompressible and that the blade rows consist of an infinite number of infinitely thin blades so that axially symmetric flow is assumed.

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