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High mach number and materials research program. phase i. aerophysics research studies.

Author: R J Whalen; AEROSPACE CORP EL SEGUNDO CA.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 30 JUN 1961.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Instrumentation, Vacuum systems, Computers, Simulation.) (*Mach number, Reynolds number, Lift, Drag.) Theoretical and experimental investigations of high speed gas dynamics were carried out. The experimental investigations included stagnation point heat transfer measurements in low Reynolds number flows in the existing helium-driven shock tunnel. Electron beam densitometer studies were continued. Modification of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R J Whalen; AEROSPACE CORP EL SEGUNDO CA.
OCLC Number: 227267975
Description: 260 p.

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Instrumentation, Vacuum systems, Computers, Simulation.) (*Mach number, Reynolds number, Lift, Drag.) Theoretical and experimental investigations of high speed gas dynamics were carried out. The experimental investigations included stagnation point heat transfer measurements in low Reynolds number flows in the existing helium-driven shock tunnel. Electron beam densitometer studies were continued. Modification of the existing hypersonic shock tunnel to incorporate a combustion driver and a six-foot diameter nozzle was initiated. This modification will allow an increased performance up to a Mach number equal to 30 and density altitudes to 300,000 feet. The theoretical investigations included a study of viscous and inviscid non-equilibrium hypersonic flows about blunt and sharp leading edge slender bodies.

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