Numerical investigation (A.I.Leontiev, V.G.Lushchik, A.E.Jakubenko «PARADOXES OF HEAT TRANSFER ON A PERMEABLE WALL») shows that adiabatic wall temperature in the region of the gas film may be lower than the injected gas (coolant) temperature. It occurs in case of foreign light-gas injection and it does not occur in case of uniform gas injection under the same conditions. This paper is devoted to the experimental investigation of this conclusion. Experimental researches have been conducted in the low flow-rate supersonic wind tunnel (Mach number of 3) located in the Institute of Mechanics of the Moscow State University. Argon was used as a primary stream, helium and argon as coolant. The coolant was blown in through the porous permeable part of a model and injected into the supersonic boundary layer. The surface temperature of the model was gained with use of the infrared scanning device ThermaCAM SC 3000. As a result following data have been obtained. It is shown in particular that the adiabatic wall temperature in the region of the gas film may be lower than the injected gas (coolant) temperature. This effect does not take place in case of uniform (air-air, argon-argon etc.) gas injection, for this effect is especially essential for gas mixtures with low values of the Prandtl number.
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Film Cooling Efficiency in the Supersonic Flow With Foreign Gas Injection
Zditovets, AG, Leontiev, AI, Vinogradov, UA, Strongin, MM, & Titov, AA. "Film Cooling Efficiency in the Supersonic Flow With Foreign Gas Injection." Proceedings of the 2010 14th International Heat Transfer Conference. 2010 14th International Heat Transfer Conference, Volume 5. Washington, DC, USA. August 8–13, 2010. pp. 177-181. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/IHTC14-22580
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