Heat transfer of the counter-inclined cylindrical and laid-back holes with and without impingement on the turbine vane leading edge model are investigated in this paper. To obtain the film cooling effectiveness and heat transfer coefficient, transient temperature measurement technique on complete surface based on double thermochromic liquid crystals is used in this research. A semi-cylinder model is used to model the vane leading edge which is arranged with two rows of holes. Four test models are measured under four blowing ratios including cylindrical film holes with and without impingement tube structure, laid-back film holes with and without impingement tube structure. This is the second part of a two-part paper, the first part paper GT2018-76061 focuses on film cooling effectiveness and this study will focus on heat transfer. Contours of surface heat transfer coefficient and laterally averaged result are presented in this paper. The result shows that the heat transfer coefficient on the surface of the leading edge is enhanced with the increase of blowing ratio for same structure. The shape of the high heat transfer coefficient region gradually inclines to span-wise direction as the blowing ratio increases. Heat transfer coefficient in the region where the jet core flows through is relatively lower, while in the jet edge region the heat transfer coefficient is relatively higher. Compared with cylindrical hole, laid-back holes give higher heat transfer coefficient. Meanwhile, the introduction of impingement also makes heat transfer coefficient higher compared with cross flow air intake. It is found that the heat transfer of the combination of laid-back hole and impingement tube can be very high under large blowing ratio which should get attention in the design process.

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