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Viscous solutions for the Navier Stokes equations using an upwind finite volume technique
(Virginia Tech, 1988-05-05)
The process of enhancing an upwind finite volume, two-dimensional, thin layer Navier Stokes solver to achieve complete Navier Stokes solutions is described. The shear stress and heat flux contributions are identified and ...
Turbulence measurements and noise generation in a transonic cryogenic wind tunnel
(Virginia Tech, 1989-04-15)
<p>A high-frequency combination probe was used to measure dynamic flow quality in the test section of the NASA Langley 0.3-m Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel. The probe measures fluctuating stagnation (total) temperature and ...
A study of the large-scale structure in a supersonic slot injected flow field
(Virginia Tech, 1988-06-15)
Development of a data reduction method for a high frequency angle probe
(Virginia Tech, 1987-03-15)
<p>A data reduction method has been developed and tested for a high frequency angle probe. The angle probe is designed for unsteady aerodynamic measurements in transonic cryogenic wind tunnels. The probe measures ...
The use of hot-wire anemometry in studying supersonic slot injection into a supersonic flow
(Virginia Tech, 1988-02-05)
Tangential supersonic slot injection (M = 1.7) of air into a supersonic air stream (M = 2.91) was studied with a dual hot wire probe. This probe was used to simultaneously determine total temperature and mass flux. Mean ...