Numerical simulations have been performed on the turbine shroud unsteady film cooling under the blade passing. There are many published experimental studies for turbine shroud heat transfer and a few computational fluid dynamics data. In this paper, unsteady RANS method has been performed to study the effect of the blade rotation speeds and the film blowing ratios on the behavior of film cooling effectiveness. And the sliding mesh in Fluent was used to achieve relative rotation between blade and shroud. These results are reported for blowing ratios of 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, blade rotation speeds of 1600 rpm, 1800rpm, 2089rpm, 2400rpm. The results show that the time instantaneous film cooling effectiveness on the shroud have a notable different distribution with the steady blade case. And at the rotation results, the film cooling effectiveness is even coverage with the blowing ratio increasing. The time-averaged film cooling effectiveness on the shroud increases by increasing the blowing ratio on all blade rotational velocities. And in this study, the blade at different rotation speeds, the distribution of time-averaged film cooling effectiveness has a significantly reduce on the shroud because of the relative movement of blade and shroud.

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