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Page 11 - considered to be unaffected by the inlet configuration of the impeller and by the diffuser vanes
Page 12 - impeller-tip speed) the eddy decreases in size until it finally disappears. The flow rate at which the eddy disappears increases as the impeller-tip speed increases.
Page 14 - is compressible, incompressible solutions give poor quantitative results (exception, the slip factor) and, in some respects, poor qualitative results.
Page 1 - A general method of analysis is developed for two-dimensional, steady, compressible flow in stators or rotors of radial-
Page 14 - conic flow surfaces (surfaces of right circular cones generated by center line of flow passage in
Page 14 - to be unaffected by the inlet configuration of the impeller or by the diffuser vanes
Page 14 - It is concluded that, if the fluid in highspeed, rotating, radial- and mixed-flow
Page 1 - based on knowledge of the velocity gradients that result from various design configurations.

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