Experimental research into heat transfer from full-coverage film-cooled surfaces with three injection geometries was described in Part I. This part has two objectives. The first is to present a simple numerical procedure for simulation of heat transfer with full-coverage film cooling. The second objective is to present some of the Stanton number data that was used in Part I of the paper. The data chosen for presentation are the low-Reynolds number, heated-starting-length data for the three injection geometries with five-diameter hole spacing. Sample data sets with high blowing ratio and with ten-diameter hole spacing are also presented. The numerical procedure has been successfully applied to the Stanton number data sets.

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