The current paper presents the results of numerical and experimental clocking investigations performed in a high-pressure transonic turbine with a downstream vane row. The objective was a detailed analysis of shock and wake interactions in such a 1.5 stage machine while clocking the vanes. Therefore a transient 3D-Navier Stokes calculation was done for two clocking positions and the three dimensional results are compared with Laser-Doppler-Velocimetry measurements at midspan. Additionally the second vane was equipped with fast response pressure transducers to record the instantaneous surface pressure for 20 different clocking positions at midspan.

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