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Active Flow Control II

Volume 108 of the series Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design pp 171-
186,2010

Experimental AFC Approaches on a Highly Loaded Compressor Cascade

 Martin HecklauAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero. InstitutInstitut


für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Technische Universität Berlin

 , Vincent ZanderAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero. InstitutInstitut


für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Technische Universität Berlin

 , Inken PeltzerAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero. InstitutInstitut für
Luft- und Raumfahrt, Technische Universität Berlin

 , Wolfgang NitscheAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero.


InstitutInstitut für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Technische Universität Berlin

 , André HuppertzAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero. InstitutRolls-


Royce Deutschland Ltd.,& Co., KG

 , Marius SwobodaAffiliated withRWTH Aachen, Lehr. für Strömungslehre u. Aero. InstitutRolls-


Royce Deutschland Ltd.,& Co., KG

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Abstract

This paper describes the impact of active separation control by means of pulsed blowing in a highly
loaded compressor cascade. Experimental investigations with AFC were undertaken in order to increase
the performance of the stator cascade. Two different concepts of actuation were tried. At first, pulsed
blowing out of the casing was used to reduce the secondary flow structures. Secondly, the flow was
excited with actuators mounted on the blade’s suction side, suppressing the pressure-induced flow
separation. In a final step, both actuator concepts were combined with selected excitation amplitudes
and frequencies. These demonstrations show that the gain achieved in both actuator concepts can be
combined, using certain excitation parameters and no interaction with negative effects occur.