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Two-dimensional converging-diverging rippled nozzles at transonic speeds
1994 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Two dimensional converging diverging rippled nozzles at transonic speeds.|
|Statement||John R. Carlson and Scott C. Asbury.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 3440.|
|Contributions||Asbury, Scott C., Langley Research Center.|
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NASA Technical Paper Two-Dimensional Converging-Diverging Rippled Nozzles at Transonic Speeds John R. Carlson and Scott C. Asbury Langley Research Center • Hampton, Virginia. Two-dimensional converging-diverging rippled nozzles at transonic speeds (SuDoc NAS ) [Carlson John R.] on epapersjournal.icu *FREE* shipping on qualifying epapersjournal.icu: Carlson John R.
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A two-dimensional variable area convergent/divergent exhaust nozzle having the capability for wide throat area variation includes upper and lower spaced apart flap means. The upper flap means comprises an upstream converging flap having its rear edge hinged to the forward edge of a downstream diverging flap, wherein the nozzle is movable between maximum and minimum throat area positions by Cited by: May 13, · It should also be apparent from the foregoing description of the present invention that the expansion device 18 in combination with the deflector 20 may be used with any variable area two-dimensional converging/diverging nozzle having a downstream upper flap with a rear edge which moves in a circular arc about the same fixed axis as the axis.
Berana and Nakagawa  investigated the types of shock waves in two-phase flow of CO2 in converging-diverging nozzles. However, shock waves are not found in. Converging-diverging nozzles with divergence angles of °, °, ° and ° were tested in a blowdown device during our previous study on supersonic two-phase flow of C Catalogue.
Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Sep 09, · "The present report describes a new method for the prediction of the flow pattern of a gas in the two-dimensional and axially symmetrical case.
It is assumed that the expansion of the gas is adiabatic and the flow stationary. The several assumptions necessary of the nozzle shape effect, in general, no essential limitation on the conventional nozzles" (p. 1).Cited by: However, unlike axisymmetric nozzles for rocket engines, the prediction of two-dimensional CD nozzle performance at overexpanded conditions is a big challenge, in light of the complex three-dimensional phenomena associated with shock-boundary layer interactions and flow separation over the epapersjournal.icu by: To get a basic feel for the behavior of the nozzle imagine performing the simple experiment shown in figure 2.
Here we use a converging diverging nozzle to connect two air cylinders. Cylinder A contains air at high pressure, and takes the place of the chamber. The CD nozzle exhausts this air into cylinder B, which takes the place of the tank.
An Experiment on Aerodynamic Nozzles at M= 2 By J. REID at transonic speeds. To achieve this, reheat may be needed, but the nozzle efficiency is also an important factor.
at least for a 'two-dimensional' nozzle, but it implies a weight penalty and an increase in mechanical complexity. Characteristics of bubbly flow through a vertical, two‐dimensional, converging–diverging nozzle are investigated theoretically and experimentally.
First, a new model equation of motion governing a dispersed bubble phase is proposed. This is compared in detail with those proposed previously by several researchers. Next, hyperbolicity of the resultant systems of governing equations for the Cited by: Subject: Converging-diverging nozzle experiment In this experiment, we used manometers to measure the pressures in the nozzle relative to atmospheric pressure.
A water manometer is connected to the inlet pressure tap (P0-P1) and also connected to the throat (P0. SIMULATION OF BACK PRESSURE EFFECT ON BEHAVIOUR OF CONVERGENT DIVERGENT NOZZLE Diyala Journal of Engineering Sciences, Vol.
06, No. 01, March engineering devices, e.g., in the nozzle of a rocket engine and in the blade passages in turbo machines. It will be assumed that the flow can be adequately modeled by assuming it to be. Air flows through a converging-diverging nozzle that has an area ratio of The nozzle is operating at its third critical (design condition).
The jet stream strikes a two-dimensional wedge with a total wedge angle of 40 degree as shown in Figure P process is the calculation and design of the nozzles that are used to accel-erate the gas and the powder particles at supersonic speeds and so promote the deposition process.
Past research into this area resulted in a wealth of knowledge but unresolved problems still exist. The actual calculations and de-Cited by: 1.
Bubble motion in a converging-diverging channel Harsha Konda, Manoj Kumar Tripathi and Kirti Chandra Sahu Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, YeddumailaramTelangana, India (Dated: October 9, ) Abstract The migration of a bubble inside a two-dimensional converging-diverging channel is.
ENSC Assignment #4 Assignment date: Monday Feb. 2, Due date: Monday Feb. 9, Problem1: (Nozzle) The converging-diverging nozzle shown in Fig. 1 expands and accelerates dry air to supersonic speeds at the exit, where L 6 8 G 2 = and 6 6 L At the throat, 5 L5 Land 8 5 L / O.
For steady. Dry air as working fluid was driven at Reynolds number of Re=×10 5 through the nozzles. The nozzle pressure ratio p 0 /p b (ratio of total pressure p 0 to the back pressure p b) was kept constant at The upstream total temperature T 0 and total pressure p 0 were maintained constant at K and kPa, respectively, through the whole epapersjournal.icu by: 6.
Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) NASA Langley Scientific and Technical Information Output: Volume 1" See other formats. Nozzle is a one-dimensional and two-dimensional, compressible flow computer program for the analysis of converging-diverging nozzles.
Nozzle models inviscid, adiabatic and hence isentropic flow of a calorically perfect gas through variable-area ducts. Nozzle internal flow may be entirely subsonic, entirely supersonic or a combination of subsonic and supersonic including shock waves in the.
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3 Ideal Gas Relationships. 4 Introduction Fluid compressibility is a very important consideration in numerous engineering applications of fluid mechanics. For example, The measurement of high-speed flow velocities requires compressible flow theory.
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Feb 07, · ONE DIMENSIONAL COMPRESSIBLE FLOW. Posted on February 7, Eqn () indicates that a stream tube along which gas speeds up from subsonic to supersonic velocity must have a converging-diverging shape.
For the reverse process, the one of slowing down, a similar change in tube area is theoretically required but such a deceleration from. Download Rippling ebook for free in pdf and ePub Format. Rippling also available in format docx and mobi. Read Rippling online, read in mobile or Kindle.
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ﬂuidity. Based on the numerical results, the two-dimensional structure of the cavitating ﬂow of liquid helium though a hori-zontal converging-diverging nozzle is shown in detail, and it is also found that the generation of superﬂuid counterﬂow against normal ﬂuid ﬂow based on.
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Simulations of quasi-static foam ﬂow through a diverging-converging channel 3 (a) (b) Fig. 2 Foam structures used in the simulations, shown af-ter iterations. (a) Monodisperse. (b) Polydisperse with polydispersity µ2(A) = Note that because the eﬀective liquid fraction is so low, there appear to be four-fold vertices.
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The honor code applies and is strictly enforced. If you are having difficulty, I will be glad to give advice on how to approach the homework problems during office. John R. Carlson and Scott C. Asbury, Two-Dimensional Converging-Diverging Rippled Nozzles at Transonic Speeds, NASA TP, Julypp.
Clinton V. Eckstrom, David A. Seidel and Maynard C. Sandford, Measurements of Unsteady Pressure and Structural Response for an Elastic Supercritical Wing, NASA TP, Novemberpp. Two-dimensional converging-diverging rippled nozzles at transonic speeds.
[performed in the Langley Foot Transonic Tunnel. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Carlson, John R.; Asbury, Scott C. Surface Evolver to perform a quasi-static two-dimensional simulation of a disordered dry foam flowing through the channel.
The input to the simulation is a list of vertices at which films (edges) meet, and ordered lists of films defining the boundary of each bubble. The walls of the channel are defined as piecewise functions of position, and Cited by: 1.
For a transonic body, the area rule is applied by subtracting from, or adding to, Ita cross-sectional area distribution normal to the airstream a t various stations so as to make its cross-sectional area distributlon a p proach that of a n ideal body of minimum drag; for a supersonic body, the sectionnl arens are frontal proJectlons of areas.
Effect of Boattail and Sidewall Curvature on Nozzle Drag Characteristics. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Capone, Francis J.; Deere, Karen A.; Bangert, Linda S. A converging-diverging nozzle ('condi' nozzle, or CD-nozzle), is the only one to get supersonic flows with M>1 (when chocked).
It was developed by Swedish inventor Gustaf de Laval in for use on a steam turbine. Supersonic flow in CD-nozzles presents a rich behaviour, with shock waves and expansion waves usually taking place inside and/or. M. Rahman Dalhousie University, Canada.