Pressure distributions from high Reynolds number tests of a NASA SC(3)-0712(B) airfoil in the Langley 0.3-Meter Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel by William G. Johnson

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  • Aerofoils.

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StatementWilliam G. Johnson, Jr., Acquilla S. Hill, and Otto Eichmann.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 86370.
ContributionsHill, Acquilla S., Eichmann, Otto., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.
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[William G Johnson; Acquilla S Hill; Otto Eichmann; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.]. Report presenting an experimental investigation of the pressure distribution about a circular cylinder at yaw angles of 0, 15, 30, 45, and 60 degrees and a variety of Reynolds numbers.

Testing indicated that for the range of Reynolds number near and above the critical value, the flow and force characteristics of a yawed circular cylinder cannot be determined Cited by: NASA/TP Reynolds Number Effects at High Angles of Attack David F.

Fisher, Brent R. Cobleigh, and Daniel W. Banks Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards, California Robert M. Hall and Richard W. Wahls NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia June   the pressure distribution varies with Reynolds Number.

Indications of changes in the character of the flow with Reynolds Number may also be deduced from the meas-ured pressure distributions. An extensive investigation of the pressure distribu-tion over one section of the N. airfoil has been carried out in the variable-density wind Cited by: Pressure distributions from high Reynolds number tests of a NASA SC(3)(B) airfoil in the Langley Meter Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and.

NASA High-Reynolds Number Circulation Control Research - Overview of CFD and Pressure distributions from high Reynolds number tests of a NASA SC book Experiments (Invited) W. Milholen II, G.S. Jones †, and C.M. Cagle* NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, A new capability to test active flow control concepts and propulsion simulations at high Reynolds.

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obtained pressure data for the sharp leading edge are pre-sented without analysis in tabulated and graphical for-mats across a Reynolds number range of 6× to 36 x at a Mach number of and across a Mach number range of to at a Reynolds number of 6 x 10 b.

Normal-force and pitching-moment coefficientFile Size: 6MB. ABSTRACT: Force and surface pressure measurements on a 2D rough circular cylinder were carried out over a wide range of Reynolds numbers in the high-pressure wind tunnel in Göttingen.

The Reynolds number spanned values from subcritical up to high transcritical 15× ≤ Re ≤ 12× The cylinder had a mean relative surface roughness of kFile Size: 5MB.

Effects of leading-edge sweep on flutter characteristics of some delta-planform surfaces at a Mach number of / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration: [For sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Virginia ], ), by Robert C.

Goetz, Langley Research Center. The lift coefficient showed a wide variation with Reynolds number for the 6-percent flap mounted on the bottom surface at the percent-diameter station, varying from a low of about at a Reynolds number ofto a high of at a Reynolds number ofand then decreasing almost linearly to a value of at a Reynolds number of.

Flow past a circular cylinder at high Reynolds number diameter was Sft. The wind speeds were about m.p.h., which corre- sponds to Reynolds numbers of x lo6. Their mean value of C, for a group of observations is &and it. The work was performed in two unique facilities: the Superpipe and the High Reynolds number Test Facility (HRTF) that can obtain very high Reynolds numbers on Author: Alexander J Smits.

- J Fluid ME( voE 57 part 2 p p Printed in Great. Reynolds number, leaving the pressure gradient as the likel y cause of the discrepancy. Unfortunately, LES was supposed, precisely, to accurately render the effects of pressure gradients and. Mach number at a fixed Reynolds number is caused by the reduction in lift as Mach number is increased.

These aeroelastic distortions can be minimized when testing in the NTF by conducting, where possible, Reynolds number variations at a fixed dynamic pressure. Typically, wing washout caused by the modelFile Size: 7MB. Since the value of the suction peak on the leading edge depends on the nose radius, the deep stall angle varies with airfoil shape.

An example is given in Fig. Figure shows the associated pressure distributions for airfoil DU W just before and in deep stall. Timmer 24 derived a relation between the leading edge shape and the deep stall angle by correlating the. Heat-Transfer and Pressure Distributions on 60 degree and 70 degree Swept Delta Wings Having Turbulent Boundary Layers.

NASA Technical Note TN D [Murray, Jr., William M. & Stallings, Jr., Robert L. - NASA.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Heat-Transfer and Pressure Distributions on 60 degree and 70 degree Swept Delta Wings Having Turbulent Author: Robert L. - NASA. Murray, Jr., William M. & Stallings, Jr.

The computational test rig is designed in order to allow the comparison between the results of the simulations and the measurements carried out in.A sketch of the test pipe is represented in Fig. test pipe is characterized by a diameter of m and a length of m, and was installed on the rig downstream of a flow conditioner and of a m long pipe with a 6-in ( m) Cited by: 12/30/12 GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER 5 Pre-SC12 Successes * Faster Raid Controllers * Faster Processors * 3-port 40GE NICs (2nd.

All the simulations were carried out with a high value of the Reynolds number; no attempt to use a turbulence modeling was made. A general introduction to the method is presented and used for the simulation of the flow around a fixed cylinder, obtaining results which demonstrated good agreement with known values from the literature.

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INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY l. 13 () – PII: S(02) Static pressure correction in high Reynolds number fully developed turbulent pipe flow BJMcKeon and A J Smits Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton.

Reynolds-number effects in the adverse-pressure-gradient (APG) turbulent boundary layer (TBL) developing on the suction side of a NACA wing section are assessed in the present work. To this end, we conducted a well-resolved large-eddy sim-ulation of the turbulent flow around the NACA airfoil at a.

BOUNDARY-LAYER PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS AT HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBERS ON A FREE-FLIGHT TEST VEHICLE by D. Roberts SUMMARY Measurements have been made of the boundary-layer pressure fluctuations on the body of a free-flight aerodynamic test vehicle powered by a solld-fuel rocket motor.

The high-resolution pressure spectra at different angle of attack clearly reveal the impact of leading edge vortex on the upper surface pressure distributions. The pressure measured by PSP also agrees well with the pressure tap results.

The center of pressure is therefore not a convenient location about which to specify the resultant forces acting on the airfoil as it is not fixed.

A common convention is to use a point specified at the airfoil quarter chord. This is a point located one quarter of the way along the chord from the leading edge. Moving the resultant lift and drag. Reynolds Number vs. Pressure Loss Due to Contraction for Contraction Ratio of 1/3 Reynolds Number Pressure Loss Due to Contraction Kays and London Femlab Fig.

9 Pressure Loss Due to the Abrupt Contraction Ratio of 1/3 vs Reynolds Number Both of the axes on the graph are log rhythmic. Back to Additional Photos Ordered by Tunnel Test Log.

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Center for Turbulence Research Annual Research Briefs 45 Prediction of high Reynolds number flow over a circular cylinder using LES with wall modeling. (NASA/HST); 18) Thackeray's Globules (NASA/HST); 19) Helix Nebula (NASA/Spitzer) This collection of activities is based on a weekly series of space science problems distributed to thousands of teachers during the school years.

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Measurements on a large circular cylinder in a pressurized wind tunnel at Reynolds numbers from 10^6 to 10^7 reveal a high Reynolds number transition in which the drag coefficient increases from its low supercritical value to a value at R = × 10^6 and then becomes constant.

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