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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 ...
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)
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 ...
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 ...