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Supersonic investigation of two-dimensional hypersonic exhaust nozzles

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nozzles.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeanne D. Carboni ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 105687.
    ContributionsCarboni, Jeanne D., Supersonic investigation of two dimensional..., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17677060M

    On the Design of Hypersonic Inward-Turning Inlets Capt. Barry. A. Croker, Deputy Chief Computational Sciences Branch Air Vehicles Directorate Air Force Research Laboratory Wright-Patterson AFB, OH @ Abstract There has been a recent re-emphasis in the exploration of hypersonic inlets utilizing circular or elliptical. Pulse detonation engines (PDEs) are new exciting propulsion technologies for future propulsion applications. The operating cycles of PDE consist of fuel-air mixture, combustion, blowdown, and purging. The combustion process in pulse detonation engine is the most important phenomenon as it produces reliable and repeatable detonation waves. The detonation wave initiation in Cited by: A magnetohydrodynamic drive or MHD accelerator is a method for propelling vehicles using only electric and magnetic fields with no moving parts, accelerating an electrically conductive propellant (liquid or gas) with fluid is directed to the rear and as a reaction, the vehicle accelerates forward.. The first studies examining MHD in the field of . The 26th International Symposium on Shock Waves in Göttingen, Germany was jointly organised by the German Aerospace Centre DLR and the French-German Research Institute of Saint Louis ISL. The year marked the 50th anniversary of the Symposium, which first took place in in Boston and has.


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Supersonic investigation of two-dimensional hypersonic exhaust nozzles Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Supersonic investigation of two-dimensional hypersonic exhaust nozzles. [Jeanne D Carboni; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. "Equations are presented for obtaining the wall coordinates of two-dimensional supersonic nozzles.

The equations are based on the application of the method of characteristics to irrotational flow of perfect gases in channels. Curves and tables are included for obtaining the parameters required by the equations for the wall coordinates. A brief discussion of Cited by: 4. Abstract. The technology of propulsive systems draws on a substantial body of formal fluid mechanical theory.

The design of exhaust nozzles, turbine and compressor blade cascades, the analysis of the design-point operation of subsonic and supersonic inlets, etc., involve mathematically sophisticated solutions of the fluid motion and aero-thermochemical coupling Author: Andrew F.

Charwat. The problem of profiling three-dimensional nozzles in order to achieve supersonic flow in the given rectangular exit section is studied. The question of designing an “essentially three-dimensional” nozzle with a variable cross-section shape is by: 2.

In supersonic nozzle design the conventional two-dimensional nozzle is usually considered to consist of several regions as shown in Fig. These are: (i) the contraction, in which the flow is entirely subsonic,File Size: 1MB. limited for the gazodynamics [16], where only the two-dimensional nozzle with straight sonic line is used.

However, the hypersonic blowers and the rocket motors, use the axisymmetric nozzle. The study in this research is limited for the 2D MLN configuration with straight sonic line.

The works discussed before areFile Size: KB. supersonic nozzle flow separation inside such planar convergent– divergent nozzles that produce flows for such purposes. Their study shows that for area ratio A e=A t and nozzle pressure ratio NPR>the flow pattern is asymmetric, characterized by a lambda shock with one foot always larger than the other.

This. Supersonic investigation of two-dimensional hypersonic exhaust nozzles [microform] / Jeanne D. Carboni. Advanced nozzle and engine components test facility [microform] / Luis R. Beltran, Richard L. Del Roso, Performance characteristics of axisymmetric convergent-divergent exhaust nozzles with longitudinal slots.

Supersonic Two-Dimensional Plug Nozzle Design at High Temperature. Application for Air. to have for each exit Mach number several nozzles shapes by. SIMULATION OF HYPERSONIC SCRAMJET EXHAUST By Ro A. Oman, K.

M, Foreman, Jo Leng, and H. Hopkins Research Department Grumman Aerospace Corporation Bethpage, New York INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY This report describes a plan and some preliminary analysis for the accurate simulation of pressure distributions on theFile Size: 2MB.

Supersonic flow Fluid motion in which the Mach number M, defined as the speed of the fluid relative to the sonic speed in the same medium, is more than unity. It is, however, common to call the flow transonic when 5.

See Mach number Mach waves A particle moving in a compressible medium, such as air, emits acoustic. Understanding subsonic and supersonic nozzle flow using the by a number of researchers.

Orial Kryeziu, University College London is currently considering the steady, isentropic, two-dimensional compressible flow from a nozzle for fluid velocities in both the by carrying out analytical and experimental investigation.

This work is focused on investigation of thermal efficiency of a Hypersonic scramjet engine and propose some improvement of thermal efficiency based on thermodynamic and fluid flow analysis. The present Report describes tests on a two-dimensional nozzle cascade having a design based on the nozzle of the first turbine 3 in the N.G.T.E.

programme. This turbine is a velocity compounded Curtis stage having a pressure ratio of 22/1 and File Size: 2MB. The thrust vectoring performance of a novel nozzle mechanism was numerically investigated.

The nozzle was designed for supersonic, air-breathing engines using published engine data, isentropic relationships, and piecewise quartic splines.

The mechanism utilizes two staggered, adjustable : Carlos F. Montes, Roger L. Davis. 📚 Conceptual Design of Short Takeoff Supersonic Aircraft with Cold Flow Nozzles - essay example for free Newyorkessays - database with more than college essays for studying 】 making it possible to vector the exhaust nozzle (or nozzles) or divert the exhaust gases by means of valves and auxiliary ducts to nozzles mounted in such a.

Interaction theory of hypersonic laminar near-wake flow behind an adiabatic circular cylinder 30 December | Shock Waves, Vol. 26, No. 6 Bibliography**References to the books by Russian and other non-English-speaking authors are given in accordance with their English translations, if there are any and they are known to the authors or the Cited by: Set End Point Nozzles such as a two- dimensional or conical flow, complex three-dimensional shapes can be traced.

Since the streamlines are derived from a known flowfield, all of the flow properties (i.e. pressure, tracing applications for waverider vehicles and supersonic inlet File Size: 2MB. Experimental investigation of supersonic laminar, two-dimensional boundary-layer separation in a compression corner with and without cooling.

SUPERSONIC AND HYPERSONIC TWO-DIMENSIONAL LAMINAR FLOW OVER A COMPRESSION CORNER. D DWOYER; AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference August Cited by: Application for air in nozzles. DGLR, [13] Zebbiche T, Youbi Z. Design of two-dimensional supersonic minimum length nozzle at high temperature.

Application for Air. DGLR, [14] Zebbiche T, Youbi Z. Supersonic plug nozzle design at high temperature. Application for by: two-dimensional flow Conditions Flight Mach number of 18 10% dissociation Very high exit velocity Selected to emphasize recombination Property Freestream Post-combustor r kg=m3 kg=m3 p Pa Pa T K K u m/s m/s YN2 Y O 2 0 Y Ar Y H 2O 0 YH 0.

The ramjet engine is mounted to the exit nozzle of the Supersonic Wind Tunnel (SSWT). The duct area dimensions of the ramjet engine are inches wide by inches high to match the exit nozzle of the Super Sonic Wind Tunnel.

The overall length of the ramjet engine is six feet long. The length is broken into three equal. Reduced-Order Modeling of Reacting Supersonic Flows in Scramjet Nozzles Derek J.

Dalle, Sean M. Torrez, James F. Driscolly University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Control-oriented models of hypersonic vehicle propulsion systems require a reduced-order model of the scramjet nozzle that is accurate to within 10% but requires less than a few. The primary objective of this particular investigation is the development of a feasible supersonic combustion system for integration with a dual-engine-mode hypersonic transport aircraft concept.

Through computational modeling, the aircraft concept is designed for File Size: 2MB. The past decade has seen a qualitative advancement of our understanding of physical phenomena involved in flow separation in supersonic nozzles; in particular, the problem of side loads due to asymmetrical pressure loads, which constitutes a major restraint in the design of nozzles for satellite by: Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows.

Renewed interest in hypersonic air vehicles such as the Boeing X has focused research on topics critical to hypersonic flight. The design of hypersonic air vehicles involves numerous engineering disciplines including aerothermodynamic analysis.

Full text of "Supersonic nozzle design" See other formats o vo li I CO ro GO 3 -J NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS TECHNICAL NOTE no. SDPEESOmC HOZZLE DESIGEIT By J, Conrad Crown Ames Ae3X)nautical Laboratory Moffett Field, Calif.

OS fc-"- JT S xrS -n - 03 7 V, "=^^^^ WASHINC3T0N JTME ^8 m2 r^.ffi TEG nrM]r, ^ 1 J. Aerodynamics, from Greek ἀήρ aero (air) + δυναμική (dynamics), is the study of motion of air, particularly as interaction with a solid object, such as an airplane wing.

It is a sub-field of fluid dynamics and gas dynamics, and many aspects of aerodynamics theory are common to these term aerodynamics is often used synonymously with gas dynamics, the difference. 2nd International Conference on Engineering Optimization September 6 - 9,Lisbon, Portugal 1 Shape optimization of supersonic ejectors with several primary nozzles Václav Dvořák1 1 Technical University of Liberec, Liberec, Czech Republic, @ Abstract The article deals with a shape optimization of supersonic Size: KB.

Conceptual Design of Short Takeoff Supersonic Aircraft with Cold Flow Nozzles Vignesh. M 1, Sathish. K1, Adrin Issai Arasu. L1, Dharun Lingam. K1, and Sanal Kumar.

V.R 2 consumption and poor range) in turn making it unprofitable for manufacturers to produce these kinds of aircraft. It can cover a distance from India to USA in 2 ½ hours.

speed dealt with supersonic aircrafts traveling at Mach 2 – 3 (or two to three times the speed of sound). At this particular day and age, the push is to create aircrafts that will travel from Mach 5 – 25 or at hypersonic speed.

One of the important uses of developing vehicles that fly at hypersonic speed is for faster intercontinental travel. A study of engine-nozzle airframe inte- gration at hypersonic speeds has been conducted by using a high-speed research- aircraft concept as a focus. Recently developed techniques for analysis of scramjet-nozzle exhaust flows provide a realistic analysis of complex forces resulting from the engine-nozzle airframe coupling.

A shock tunnel was used to investigate the thrust produced by supersonic combustion of hydrogen in a simple, two-dimensional combustion chamber-exhaust nozzle combination, at stagnation enthalpies up to 15 MJ kg − experiments demonstrated that one-dimensional flow concepts were not adequate to predict the thrust level, and that two-dimensional effects Cited by: In the attempt to complete and fully understand this project, the sonic waves will be modelled in excel for an airliner travelling at supersonic/hypersonic speeds.

This will enable the ability to determine the effects of the controlled manoeuvres (turns, acceleration and deceleration) on the focusing aspect of the sonic boom footprint. CALCULATION AND DESIGN OF SUPERSONIC NOZZLES FOR COLD GAS DYNAMIC SPRAYING USING MATLAB AND ANSYS FLUENT Jean-Baptiste Mulumba Mbuyamba A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Envi-ronment, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in ful lment of the requirements for the degree of Master of.

SUPERSONIC TWO-DIMENSIONAL PLUG NOZZLE CONCEPTION AT HIGH TEMPERATURE T. ZEBBICHE and Z. YOUBI Department of Aeronautics, Faculty of Sciences of Engineer, University SAAD Dahleb of Blida B.P. Ouled Yaich, Blida, Algeria (Received November and accepted April ). Supersonic and Hypersonic Simulations in Three-Dimensions.

discretization, to solve the Euler equations in the supersonic and hypersonic flow regimes in three-dimensions. investigated to the one- and two-dimensional cases. [6] have presented a work that extended the [5]. Hypersonic Flow Theory presents the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, focusing on the hypersonic flow theory and approaches in theoretical aerodynamics.

This book discusses the assumptions underlying hypersonic flow theory, unified supersonic-hypersonic similitude, two-dimensional and axisymmetric bodies, and circular Edition: 1.

exhaust gases at the nozzle throat should be slowed down by increasing the radius of curvature applied to the design of the throat region. In addition, a nozzle used for both supersonic wind tunnel and high speed vehicle should have a less space as well as should consume less weight.

Therefore, a minimum length supersonic nozzle. Abstract. Various papers on numerical methods for engine-airframe integration are presented. The individual topics considered include: scientific computing environment for the s, overview of prediction of complex turbulent flows, numerical solutions of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations, elements of computational engine/airframe integrations, computational.

These proceedings collect the papers presented at the 30th International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW30), which was held in Tel-Aviv Israel from July 19 to J The Symposium was organized by Ortra Ltd.

The ISSW30 focused on the state of knowledge of the following areas: Nozzle Flow.engine exhaust flow tailoring for partial shock reflection/favorable interference wave drag reduction. and the data base for nonaxisymmetric nozzles of the two-dimensional type of moderate aspect ratios is increasing.

In the design of high-performance nozzles, emphasis has been placed on achieving a reduction in transonic drag and a.Investigation of three types of supersonic diffuser over a range of Mach numbers from to / (Washington, D.C.: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, []), by L. Eugene Baughman, Larence I.

Gould, United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.