An experimental investigation has been conducted to determine the film cooling effectiveness with injection of air through a discrete hole into a turbulent boundary layer of air on a flat plate. The secondary air enters at either an angle of 35 deg or an angle of 90 deg to the main flow. The film cooling effectiveness is found to be considerably different from that obtained in previous studies in which the secondary fluid was introduced through a continuous slot.

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