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Transonic vortical gas flows

by E. G. Shifrin

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Published by J. Wiley in Chichester, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerodynamics, Transonic -- Mathematics.,
  • Vortex-motion -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementE.G. Shifrin, O.M. Belotserkovskii.
    ContributionsBelotserkovskii, O. M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL574.V6 S53 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 359 p. :
    Number of Pages359
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1232871M
    ISBN 100471950661
    LC Control Number94235211

    solving transonic flows over 2D airfoils and 3D wings. Lax-Wendroff scheme and multistage Runge-Kutta finite volume method adopted to solve 2D transonic turbulent flows with k-ω turbulent model over RAE airfoil and also 3D transonic in-viscid flows over a wing or wing-body combination.[8] yongsheng et. al examines the effect of the flapFile Size: 1MB.   Even under the assumptions of irrotational, isentropic flow, which have been found generally useful for subsonic and supersonic cases, the equations of gas flow are relatively intractable for mixed, transonic situations. Approximate methods of solution used by a number of investigators are reviewed briefly, as well as the hodograph technique, which yields exact solutions of the equations for Cited by: 3.

    Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. We propose an approach for the design of the subsonic part of plane and axisymmetric Laval nozzles for real gases. The proposed approach is based on the hodograph method and allows one to solve the inverse design problem directly. Real gas effects are taken into consideration using the chemical equilibrium model. We present nozzle contours computed with the proposed method for a Cited by: 1.

    A detailed numerical analysis of secondary flows in a transonic turbine is presented in this paper. The turbine stage is optimized by mitigating secondary flow through the method of non-axisymmetric endwall design. An automated optimization platform of NUMECA/Design3D was coupled with Euranus as a flow solver for the numerical by: 1. A Review on Transonic Flow over an Airfoil Novel Kumar Sahu P 1 P, Imam P 2 P, P 1 linear constraints in the framework of GAs (2) scanning of Cinnella Highperformance airfoils for transonic - viscous flows of dense gases are constructed using anFile Size: KB.


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Any flow becomes vortical when shock waves arise in supersonic zones. This monograph on transonic vortical gas flows demonstrates the effectiveness of combining computational methods.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. For cases of plane and axisymmetric transonic vortical gas flows, the approximate equations for the stream function are constructed directly on the physical plane in the vicinity of the sonic-line point at which the entropy is extremal.

Certain particular solutions are found which are generalizations of the familiar integrals of transonic gasdynamics without : V.

Gorskii. Abstract. Transonic flow is generally associated with the inviscid fluid effects when a flow with a freestream Mach number M ∞ ≃ 1 accelerates to locally supersonic velocities, or decelerates to locally subsonic velocities, as it moves streamwise past a body.

However, transonic flows can occur in many other circumstances such as on high lift devices at low M ∞, at the tips of helicopter Author: E. Murman, A. Goodsell, R. Malecki. Integral Equation Method In Transonic Flow By P.

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Transonic flows in astronomy and astrophysics. In astrophysics, wherever there is evidence of shocks (standing, propagating or oscillating), the flow close by must be transonic, as only supersonic flows form shocks.

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We derive the equation for the stream function of planar transonic vortical flows of an ideal perfect gas. Vorticity arises at high subsonic flight velocity due to shock waves in the supersonic zones on an airfoil.

Vortex is known to be constant along the stream line, therefore only the stream function equation. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Cited by: propeller was moving much faster than the airplane, and adverse transonic aerodynamic problems appeared on the prop first, limiting the speed and thus transonic flow problems over the rest of the aircraft.

However, WWII fighters could reach transonic speeds in a dive, and major problems often arose. One notable example was the Lockheed P File Size: 2MB. Development of a Numerical Method for Simulating Transonic Multiphase Flows. case is the transonic swirling flow of a natural gas, consisting of 20 components.

of a Numerical Method for. This paper summarizes the research on transonic turbine vane wake flows carried out in a Transonic Planar Cascade at the National Research Council of Canada between and The cascade used in the research is a large scale, continuously operating, inflow facility which was developed to study both flow phenomena and aerodynamics of Cited by:   The flow field of the transonic centrifugal compressor impeller is highly three dimensional, and is complicated by shock waves, tip leakage vortices, secondary flows and the interactions among them.

In order to improve the performance, it is indispensable to understand these complicated flow phenomena in the by: Some of the phenomena that arise in transonic flows are discussed, including the existence of shock free supercritical conditions.

A brief historical review of the subject is followed by a more detailed description of the commonly used finite difference methods for predicting transonic flow.

Aircraft Lift and Drag Decomposition in Transonic Flows Article in Journal of Aircraft 54(5) May with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'. @article{osti_, title = {Effects of inlet distortion on the flow field in a transonic compressor rotor}, author = {Hah, C and Rabe, D C and Sullivan, T J and Wadia, A R}, abstractNote = {The effects of circumferential distortions in inlet total pressure on the flow field in a low-aspect-ratio, high-speed, high-pressure-ratio, transonic compressor rotor are investigated in this paper.

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age-toning to white segment and back panel, especially, including slim inner flaps.This chapter considers the far field in the two-dimensional flow past an arbitrary body, assuming that M∞ = corresponding solution of the Euler equations can be found in a self-similar form.

In this solution, the flow, that is subsonic in front of the body, experiences acceleration to become supersonic before it reaches a shock wave which makes it subsonic again downstream of the body.Finally, the increased temperature of hypersonic flows mean that real gas effects become important.

For this reason, research in hypersonics is often referred to as aerothermodynamics, rather than aerodynamics. The introduction of real gas effects means that more variables are required to describe the full state of a gas.