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Hot-jet simulation in cryogenic wind tunnels
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Hot jet simulation in cryogenic wind tunnels|
|Series||NASA reference publication -- 1220|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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It has been shown that cryogenic wind tunnel testing provides an opportunity for the most accurate hot- jet simulation.
By using compressed nitrogen gas at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures as a jet gas, almost all the relevant similarity parameters, including the jet temperature and velocity ratiosFile Size: 1MB. Hot-jet simulation in cryogenic wind tunnels. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Keisuke Asai.
Experiments to evaluate hot-jet simulation capabilities in CryogenicWind-Tunnel testing. Interaction of two-dimensional hot jet and two two-dimensional cold jets.
A high speed wind tunnel test evaluation of STOL dedicated advanced exhaust nozzle concepts. It was shown that the cryogenic wind tunnel testing provides an opportunity for the most accurate hot jet simulation technique.
By using a compressed nitrogen gas at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures as a jet gas, most all Hot-jet simulation in cryogenic wind tunnels book the relevant similarity parameters including the jet temperature and velocity ratios and the Reynolds numbers, can be set to the full scale flight : Keisuke Asai.
Therefore, the development of intermittent cryogenic wind tunnels seems to be necessary in the same way that many short duration wind tunnels have been developed for atmospheric temperatures.
In this paper we report a flashing blowdown cryogenic wind tunnel developed at the Muroran Institute of Technology [MH(Maeno-Hanaoka)].Cited by: 1.
Hot jets-in-cross-flow are frequently encountered in aeronautics and the accurate estimation of the wall temperature in the jet wake is crucial during the early design of a new aircraft. However, common two-equation RANS models fail at estimating the wall temperature in the jet by: 2.
Simulation and Modeling of Jet Plumes in Wind Tunnel Facilities. The wind tunnel simulation of propulsion jets and their modeling by congruent plumes including limits of Cited by: 5. Three-Dimensional Simulation of Turbulent Hot-Jet Ignition for Air-CH4-H2 Deflagration in a Confined Volume Article in Flow Turbulence and Combustion (4).
“European Strategic Wind tunnels Improved Research Potential” ESWIRP is a project in the EU 7th Framework program (FP7), which was aiming at improving the performance capabilities of three strategic wind tunnels in Europe, by strengthening the cooperation between these wind tunnels in a new Size: 1MB.
The Cryogenic Wind Tunnel Cologne (KKK) is a closed circuit low speed tunnel (Fig. To achieve high Reynolds-numbers, the gas temperature in the tunnel circuit can be lowered down to K by injecting liquid nitrogen. The Reynolds number can be thus increased by a factor of while the drive power and Mach numberCited by: 2.
Abstract. This paper opens with a brief review of cryogenic wind tunnels and their use for high Reynolds number testing. Emphasis is on operational and aerodynamic testing experience in the NASA Langley m Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel (TCT).Cited by: 6.
temperature range given in cryogenic wind tunnel testing ( K TSP paint for cryogenic wind tunnel testing ‘only’ covered the temperature range File Size: KB. Instead, a pure nitrogen flow with a temperature down to Kelvin (= °C = °F) is driven through the closed aerodynamic circuit of the wind tunnel, subjected to pressures up to bars and passes through the test section at speeds up to the low supersonic range (M = ).
CFD methods and cryogenic wind tunnel testing are typically being incorporated early in the process when designing a modern transonic transport. The currently developed Boeing was tested in the ETW early on in the design process and the ﬁnal determination of how well the wind tunnel data matches ﬂight performance will follow from.
This wind tunnel will be used for educational and research purposes. It will have a high quality flow, up to 50 m/s, in a test section of 1,4 x 1,0 x 2,0 m 3. It will be used for typical aerodynamic tests and airfoil cascade tests (utilising the first corner of the wind tunnel circuit).Cited by: Get this from a library.
Hot-jet simulation in cryogenic wind tunnels. [Keisuke Asai; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific. The purpose of this paper is to review the theory and some of the advantages of the cryogenic wind tunnel concept and to describe briefly some of the features of the NTF that relate more directly to cryogenic engineering.
THE CRYOGENIC CONCEPT The idea of cooling the test gas in order to increase the Reynolds number capability of a wind Cited by: The development of the cryogenic wind tunnel is one of many significant breakthroughs in both cryogenics and wind-tunnel technology made during the past millennium.
Interest in the development of high-speed commercial and military aircraft resulted in a review of problems of flow simulation in transonic wind tunnels during the s and 60s. Together with the K-Site facility, these facilities compose the Cryogenic Test Complex.
+ View site: Hypersonic Tunnel Facility (HTF) A unique wind tunnel designed to test air-breathing propulsion systems at speeds exceeding 5 times the speed of sound. + View site. The velocity of the hot jet was specified as 15 m/s and that of the main flow as 19 m/s to counteract the change in velocity due to temperature effects.
Turbulent intensity was set as 1%. Spalart-Allmaras model was used, and air was considered to be an ideal gas. The temperature of the hot jet inlet was varied between the K and : Merlin C.
Das, Meribeni L. Jungio, N. Haritha, Abhilash Suryan, Heuy Dong Kim. Cryogenic wind tunnel is a sophisticated aerodynamics ground test facility, which operates in cryogenic temperature with injection of liquid nitrogen.
The multi-variable, nonlinear and coupled dynamics existing between the temperature, pressure and Mach number in the tunnel, poses great challenges for the effective control of the tunnel. L1 adaptive control is a new control .Inwork was started on the conversion of a subsonic wind tunnel to a foot transonic tunnel with Freon or air as the test medium.
The new facility, designated the. For wind tunnel testing of aircraft, scientists and engineers mount a model of the aircraft in the wind tunnel to maintain its position under varying forces, allowing a realistic simulation of.