Measurements of the subsonic flow in a large scale plane turbine cascade, that were given in an earlier paper, are examined in more detail from the standpoint of the endwall boundary layer. Representative data are presented in terms of normal and streamwise velocities, flow angle deviations, and polar plots, that can be used to substantiate analytical models of the endwall flow. The qualitative behavior of the endwall crossflow was found to be correlated by a relatively simple expression, based on the flow angle deviation.

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