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Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations

by Adriana Nastase

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Published by Elsevier Science .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerodynamics,
  • Technology & Engineering,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Aeronautics & Astronautics,
  • Engineering - Mechanical,
  • Mechanics - Dynamics - Aerodynamics,
  • Science,
  • Technology / Aeronautics & Astronautics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages424
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9978890M
    ISBN 100080449573
    ISBN 109780080449579

    Hypersonic flow can be approximately separated into a number of regimes. The selection of these regimes is rough, due to the blurring of the boundaries where a particular effect can be found. Perfect gas. In this regime, the gas can be regarded as an ideal gas. Flow in . Asymptotic Behavior of Elliptic Quadratic Algebraic Equations with Variable Coefficients, and Aerodynamical Applications Computation of Supersonic Flow Over Flying Configurations Cite this chapter as: Nastase A. () Asymptotic Behavior of Elliptic Quadratic Algebraic Equations with Variable Coefficients, and Aerodynamical Author: A. Nastase.

      American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA flying at high angles of attack in low speeds. When flying much higher speeds, flow becomes complicated because there appear shock waves which interact with vortices. The earliest attempt to understand supersonic flows around delta wings at various flow conditions for various wing geometries appeared in the work of Stanbrook and Squire [1].

    Supersonic Flow and Shock Waves (Applied Mathematical Sciences) Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations; Unsteady Turbulent Flow Modelling and Applications (BestMasters) Turbulent Fluid Flow; Measurements in Supersonic Flow The aim of this laboratory experiment is to familiarise students with a simple application of the rules of gas dynamics. To complete the work successfully a student will need to understand the behaviour of supersonic flow along with the equipment and techniques required to perform measurement of this flow.


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Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations is a high-level aerospace reference book that will be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of engineering, applied mathematics and author provides solutions for three-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes layer subsonic and supersonic flows.

Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations is a high-level aerospace reference book that will be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of engineering, applied mathematics and physics. The author provides solutions for three-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes layer subsonic and supersonic flows.

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Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations is a high-level aerospace reference book that will be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of engineeringCited by: Computation of axial disturbance velocities on flying configurations with arbitrary shapes, in supersonic flow, at NSL\'s edge -- ch.

The aerodynamic characteristics of flying configurations with arbitrary shapes, in supersonic flow -- ch. The visualization of the surfaces of pressure coefficients and aerodynamic characteristics of wedged.

Get this from a library. Computation of supersonic flow over flying configurations. [Adriana Năstase] -- This high level aerospace reference book will be useful for undergraduate, and graduate students of engineering, applied mathematics and physics.

The author provides solutions for three-dimensional. 8 Computation of the Friction Drag Coefficients of the Flying Configurations Contents Introduction Computation of the inviscid lateral velocity v, at the NSL’s edge The coupling - Selection from Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations [Book].

7 Qualitative Analysis of the NSL’s Asymptotical Behaviors in the Vicinity of its Critical Zones Contents Introduction Reduction of quadratical, elliptical and hyperbolical algebraic equations to their canonical - Selection from Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations [Book].

on flying configurations Conclusions References Chapter 5 The Aerodynamical Characteristics of Flying Configurations with Arbitrary Shapes, in Supersonic Flow General considerations The computation of the aerodynamical characteristics of the delta wings The computation of the aerodynamical.

Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations is a high-level aerospace reference book that will be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of engineering, applied mathematics and physics.

The author provides solutions for three-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes layer subsonic and supersonic : Elsevier Science. Adriana Nastase, in Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations, Computation of friction and total drag coefficients of the delta wings.

The second application of the spectral solutions deals with the determination of the friction drag coefficient C d (f) over flattened FCs. The determination of C d (f) is important: for the determination of the needed power of their.

The computation of the flow over flattened wing-fuselage flying configuration (FC) with movable leading edge flaps in spanwise direction is here considered. Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations is a high-level aerospace reference book that will be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of engineering, applied mathematics and physics.

The author provides solutions for three-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes layer subsonic and Format: NOOK Book (Ebook). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Adriana Nastase books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Computation of Supersonic Flow over Flying Configurations. Adriana Nastase. 21 Mar Save US$ Add to basket. Computation of Supersonic Flow Over Flying Configurations.

Adriana Nastase. 01 Jan Multipoint Aerodynamical Shape Optimization of Flying Configurations with Spanwise Movable Leading Edge Flaps, in Supersonic Flow Article in PAMM 12(1) December with 18 ReadsAuthor: Adriana Nastase.

Chapter 4. Computation of Axial Disturbance Velocities on Flying Configurations with Arbitrary Shapes, in Supersonic Flow, at NSL's Edge; Chapter 5. The Aerodynamic Characteristics of Flying Configurations with Arbitrary Shapes, in Supersonic Flow; Chapter 6.

The Visualization of the Surfaces of Pressure Coefficients and Aerodynamic. Configuration Aerodynamics 7/31/16 Figure The SR The XB The XB is shown in Figures and The airplane was intended to be a Mach 3 intercontinental bomber.

However, the successful development of ICBMs meant there was no. Product Type: Book Edition: 1 First Published: Hardcover: Computation of Supersonic Jet Mixing Noise for an Axisymmetric CD Nozzle Using k-e Turbulence Model Abbas Khavaran Sverdrup Technology, Inc.

Lewis Research Center Group Brook Park, Ohio Abstract The turbulent mixing noise of a supersonic jet is calculated for a round convergent-divergent nozzle at the design pressure ratio.

Aerodynamic. SUPERSONIC FLOW COMPUTATIONS FOR AN ASTOVL AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION Abstract A unified space/time marching method has been used to solve the Euler and Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations for supersonic flow past an Advanced Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing (ASTOVL) aircraft configuration.

Lift and drag values obtained L'om. SUPERSONIC FLOW [] The previous discussion has centered mainly on the transonic drag rise and how, through proper design, it may be of the techniques used also are directly applicable in designing the airplane to fly with minimum wave drag in the supersonic regime.

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. Abstract. The aim of this chapter is to perform a multidisciplinary aerodynamical global optimal design (OD) and to find the shape of a flying configuration (FC) that has high aerodynamical performance (a high ratio of L/D (lift to drag)) and also satisfies the requirements of the structure.

The global aerodynamical OD tries to determine the shapes of the external surface of an FC and of its Author: A. Nastase.In subsonic flight the lift manifests itself at 25% of chord, but shifts to 50% of chord when the airplane goes supersonic. Wondering about that made me think that the reason might be that there is high-pressure in front of the wing´s top-point like there is at the bottom in front of the low-point, and low pressure behind the low-point of the wing like there is behind the top-point.