In this paper, a time marching method using a hopscotch algorithm and a stream-surface-fitted co-ordinate system for calculating steady viscous flow on the S2 stream surface is presented. It is convenient to express the Navier-Stokes equations by the non-orthogonal curvilinear co-ordinate system directly on the S2 stream surface because the blade force term which exists in the governing equations written on the meridional plane, disappears. Numerical results for the CAS single rotor research compressor of Institute of Engineering Thermophysics are compared with invisid calculation and experiment. It is shown that the computational results are agreed with experiment well.

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