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Appendix A Four Plane, Axial Velocity Contours, High Seal Flow Rate

Figure A.1 Vane plane A is at time t=6GG.

Figure A.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure A.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000

Figure A.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure A.5 Vane plane A is at time t=15G.

Figure A.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure A.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure A.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure A.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure A.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix B Four Plane, Low Seal Flow Rate, Axial Velocity Contours

Figure B.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure B.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure B.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure B.5 Vane plane A is at time t=15G.

Figure B.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure B.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure B.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure B.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure B.1G Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix C Four Plane, High Seal Flow Rate Vorticity Contours

Figure C.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure C.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure C.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure C.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure C.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure C.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure C.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure C.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure C.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix D Four Plane, Low Seal Flow Rate Vorticity Contour

Figure D.1 Vane plane A is at time t=600.

Figure D.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure D.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure D.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure D.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure D.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure D.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure D.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure D.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure D.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Figure E.1 Vane plane A is at time t=600.

Figure E.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure E.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure E.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure E.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure E.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure E.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure E.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure E.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure E.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix F Regions Of Negative Radial Velocity For The Low Seal Flow Case

Figure F.1 Vane plane A is at time t=600.

Figure F.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure F.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure F.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure F.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure F.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure F.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure F.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure F.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure F.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix G 2-Dimensioanl Representation Of Vector Field For Vane Position A At A

High Seal Flow Rate

Figure G.1 Vane plane A is at time t=600.

Figure G.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure G.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure G.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure G.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure G.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure G.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure G.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure G.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure G.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

Appendix H 2-Dimensioanl Representation Of Vector Field For Vane Position A At A

Low Seal Flow Rate

Figure H.1 Vane plane A is at time t=600.

Figure H.2 Vane plane A is at time t=675.

Figure H.3 Vane plane A is at time t=000.

Figure H.4 Vane plane A is at time t=075.

Figure H.5 Vane plane A is at time t=150.

Figure H.6 Vane plane A is at time t=225.

Figure H.7 Vane plane A is at time t=300.

Figure H.8 Vane plane A is at time t=375.

Figure H.9 Vane plane A is at time t=450.

Figure H.10 Vane plane A is at time t=525.

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