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Reduction of Unsteady Rotor-Stator Interaction Using Trailing Edge Blowing
(Virginia Tech, 1997-01-16)
An aeroacoustic investigation was performed to assess the effects of adding mass flow at the trailing edges of four stators upstream of an aircraft engine simulator. By using trailing edge blowing to minimize the shed wakes ...
3-D flow calculations of a bifurcated 2D supersonic engine inlet at takeoff
(Virginia Tech, 1995-08-05)
<p>An internal, 3-D, viscous numerical flow simulation was performed on the rectangular-to-circular transition, bifurcated, 2D high speed civil transport engine inlet at takeoff. The objective of the study was to obtain ...
Aspirating probes for measurement of mean concentration and fluctuating quantities in supersonic air/helium shear layer
(Virginia Tech, 1990-12-31)
Two aspirating hot-film probes are developed to make measurements in supersonic air/helium shear layers. The first probe is designed to measure local mean gas composition and is referred to as the mean concentration probe. ...
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 ...
Preliminary experiment and analysis of supersonic inlet buzz
(Virginia Tech, 1996-12-05)
<p>The inlet buzz phenomenon was investigated experimentally and analytically. An external-compression axisymmetric inlet model, having 74 mm in cowl lip diameter, was tested in the 229x229 sq mm blowdown wind tunnel at ...