Aeroengine - linear blade cascade, Other Engineering

A blade cascade is a row of evenly space yp dentical blades. Approximates to a turbomachinery rotor or stator if the radius the annulus is large compared with the bl the annulus is large compared with the bl height z.  For a stator, w is the actual fluidvelocity.  For a rotor w is the fluid velocity relative to rotor relative to rotor. 

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