- Publication of an open database of a new experimental test case for high-speed low-pressure turbines, codename SPLEEN C1: November 2022
We are happy to announce that we have published our open database of a new experimental test case for high-speed low-pressure turbines, codename SPLEEN C1!
The database is available on Zenodo at https://zenodo.org/record/7264762
The open-access database reports the experimental data of the flow over a high-speed low-pressure turbine cascade.
The first version of the database includes cascade measurements with a steady inflow. Soon we will also publish measurements with the cascade exposed to incoming unsteady wakes and with upstream endwall cavity flow injection.
The data have been collected at von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in the period 2018-2022 within the H2020 Clean Sky 2 project SPLEEN (Secondary and Leakage Flow Effects in High-Speed Low-Pressure Turbines) in collaboration with Safran Aircraft Engines (https://www.h2020-spleen.eu/ and https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/820883).
If you want to know more about the project SPLEEN and high-speed low-pressure turbines, don’t miss the three-day workshop to take place (online) on Nov 21-23, 2022. Have a look at the program here, registration is free.
- Official starting date of the project: 1st of November 2018
- Kick-off meeting: 14th of November 2018
- Signature of the Grant Agreement: 27th of November 2018
- Official starting date of Work Package 1 Leader (Samuel Gendebien): 1st of December 2018
- Official starting date of Academic Staff (Gustavo Lopes): 1st of February 2019
- Official starting date of Academic Staff (Federico Torre): 1st of March 2019
- End of the first reporting period: 30th of April 2019