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Heat-transfer measurements in short duration hypersonic facilities

D L. Schultz

Heat-transfer measurements in short duration hypersonic facilities

by D L. Schultz

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Published by NorthAtlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development in Neuilly sur Seine .
Written in English


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Statementby D.L. Schultz and T.V. Jones.
SeriesAGARDograph -- 165
ContributionsJones, T V.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19660320M

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Heat-transfer measurements in short duration hypersonic facilities by D L. Schultz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schultz, Donald Lorimer. Heat-transfer measurements in short-duration hypersonic facilities. [Neuilly sur Seine] North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development [].

in Short Duration Hypersonic Facilities This chapter deals with the state-of-the-art in temperature and heat transfer measurements that are frequently encountered in The book was developed Author: Cengiz Camci. This review has dealt with measurement techniques in high enthalpy hypersonic facilities that are characterized by short test times and harsh environments.

It is not an exhaustive coverage of the rapidly changing field of laser diagnostics but it should provide guiding references for those interested in the prosportsfandom.com by: Heat-transfer measurements were made in both test gases on 70 deg sphere-cone models and on hemisphere models of various radii.

HYPULSE freestream flow conditions in these test gases were found to be repeatable to within ±%, and aerothermodynamic test times of µsec in CO 2 and µsec in air were identified. Buy Heat-transfer measurements in short-duration hypersonic facilities, (AGARDograph) by Donald Lorimer Schultz (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: Donald Lorimer Schultz. Measurements are reported for two Reynolds number conditions. The experimental results suggest that for the experimental conditions of interest to gas turbine research in short-duration facilities, the influence of a potential heat-island on the measured heat flux is prosportsfandom.com by: The development and application of high-speed imaging and luminescent coating techniques to measure full-field surface heat-transfer rates in short-duration hypersonic flow is presented.

The flow exhausts through two staggered rows of holes opposing the impingement wall. Hence, a complex 3-D vortex system arises, which entails a complex heat transfer situation.

The transient thermochromic liquid crystal (TLC) method was used in previous studies to measure the heat transfer on the passage prosportsfandom.com by: 3. [2] Schultz D. and Jones T., “ Heat-Transfer Measurements in Short-Duration Hypersonic Facilities,” Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development, AGARD Author: L.

Massa, J. Schetz. Heat transfer experiments and hot-wire velocity measurements were conducted in order to clarify the mechanisms of heat transfer augmentation.

Experiments with arrays of co-rotating and counter-rotating longitudinal vortices indicated that both laminar and turbulent effects play a.

Pressure and particularly heat transfer measurements on the surface of a model in the test section flow of a shock tunnel are discussed. The heat transfer gauges include thin films, thermocouples and calorimeters.

A new calibration technique for heat transfer gauges is Cited by: 4. This paper presents briefly the various techniques currently used in the ONERA/Chalais-Meudon conventional hypersonic blow-down wind tunnels for measuring heat transfer rates.

Heat Transfer Measurement Techniques Used or in Development at ONERA/Chalais-Meudon. “Heat Transfer Measurements in Short Duration Hypersonic Facilities Cited by: 2.

A one-dimensional transient heat transfer modeling is used to infer surface heating rates from the closed form temperature solutions.

Results obtained from these analysis are compared and it is seen that peak surface heat flux values match very closely for polynomial and cubic-spline fitting of temperature prosportsfandom.com by: Nov 14,  · A robust fast-response calorimeter heat transfer gauge called the Diamond Heat Transfer Gauge has been developed for use in transient hypersonic ground test facilities.

Gauges have been produced using discs of synthetic diamond – μ m thick as calorimeters with platinum thin-film resistance temperature detectors on the rear surface to Author: Rowland T. Penty Geraets, Matthew McGilvray, Luke J.

Doherty, Richard G. Morgan, Christopher M. Jame. Detailed Measurements of Local Heat Transfer Coefficient and Adiabatic Wall Temperature Beneath an Array of Impinging Jets,” D. L., and Jones, T. V.,“Heat Transfer Measurements in Short-Duration Hypersonic Facilities,” AGARD-AG Rolls Royce plc.,The Jet Engine Book Proposal Guidelines; Resources.

Contact Us Cited by: Experiments were conducted in the hypersonic shock tunnel (HST2) and free piston driven HST3 at a freestream Mach number of 8. Heat transfer data was obtained for different geometries of the protrusion of a height of 4 mm, which is approximately the local boundary layer thickness.

heat transfer measurements in hypersonic flow experiments. This approach has been used with reasonable success in long duration test facilities like hypersonic wind tunnels where the reservoir conditions can be easily controlled during experiments.

On the other hand, in short. Heat transfer measurements of a confined impingement cooling configuration with ribs on the target surfaces are presented. The assembly consists of four nonperpendicular walls of which one holds two rows of staggered inclined jets, each impinging on a different adjacent prosportsfandom.com by: High response thin films mounted on the vane (VKI LS89 airfoil) coupled with analog circuits are used for the heat flux measurements.

The first detectable wall heat flux fluctuations denote the onset of transition which is also evaluated by both the heat transfer coefficient and the intermittency factor distributions along the suction prosportsfandom.com by: 1.

As a result of several meetings, the idea came to organize this workshop, 27th April - 1st Mayon "New Trends in Instrumentation for Hypersonic Research", at Le Fauga-Mauzac ONERA center, in France, where the new hot-shot arc-heated facility F4, as well as a new conference building, were recently completed.

Get this from a library! New Trends in Instrumentation for Hypersonic Research. [A Boutier] -- This book collects most of the expertise available throughout the world on the instrumentation for the characterization of hypersonic flows.

The fundamental requirements are reviewed and the.Temperature-and Pressure-Sensitive Paint Measurements in Short-Duration Hypersonic Flow successfully used a thin-” lm TSP(»10¹mthick)to measure heat transfer rates on a waverider model inMD10 ‘ ow.

Run times ex-ceeded 2 s, and image acquisition rates were such as to allow the.The discharge and heat transfer data established the expected sequential progression, with lift through the four flow regimes for the valve with a 45 deg seat angle.

T. V.,“Heat Transfer Measurements in Short Duration Hypersonic Facilities,” AGARD Report AG Wang Z., Ireland P.

T., and Jones T. V.,“An Advanced Cited by: