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  • M.G., DUNN -ARVIN/CALSPAN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, USA: Experimental short duration techniques
  • M.G., DUNN -ARVIN/CALSPAN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, USA: Garrett TFE-731 HP turbine stage without and with cooling gas injection
  • M.G., DUNN -ARVIN/CALSPAN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, USA: Low aspect ratio turbine stage without cooling gas injection
  • M.G., DUNN -ARVIN/CALSPAN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, USA: Time resolved heat flux measurements for the rotor blade of a TFE-731-2 HP turbine
  • CRAWFORD, M.E. -U. OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, USA: Simulation codes for calculation of heat transfer to convectively-cooled turbine blades
  • CRAWFORD, M.E. -U. OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, USA: On the need to benchmark the simulation code
  • CRAWFORD, M.E. -U. OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, USA: Simulating the effects of free stream turbulence and transition
  • CRAWFORD, M.E. -U. OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, USA: Simulation codes for calculation of heat transfer to film-cooled turbine blades
  • T., YOSHIDA -NATIONAL AEROSPACE LAB., JAPAN: Experimental and theoretical approaches used at the NAL in Japan
  • T., YOSHIDA -NATIONAL AEROSPACE LAB., JAPAN: The National Gas Turbine projects in Japan :
    -the FJR- 710 turbofan engine project
    -the AGT J-1 00 high efficient gas turbine project
  • BROWN, A. -THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, UK: Hydrodynamics of film cooling
  • JONES, T.V. -U. OXFORD, UK: The scaling of film cooling: theoretical and experimental results

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