Download PDF by R. Joslin, G. Jones: Applications of Circulation Control Technologies, Volume 214

By R. Joslin, G. Jones

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In response to papers from the 2004 NASA/ONR flow keep an eye on Workshop, this assortment is a useful, distinct source at the state of the art in stream keep watch over applied sciences and functions. Filling the data hole among 1986 -- while the final such symposium was once held -- and at the present time, it summarizes the functions, experiments, computations and theories with regards to circulate keep an eye on, emphasizing basic physics, structures research and utilized study. The papers awarded disguise a wide selection of aerodynamic and hydrodynamic purposes together with naval autos, fixed-wing aviation, V/STOL structures, propulsion platforms and floor vehicles.Anyone with pursuits in utilized aerodynamics, fluid mechanics and plane layout will locate this booklet of specific price, as will these looking a an up to date reference paintings on movement keep an eye on and its many present functions.

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Some Research on Rotor Circulation Control,” Proceedings of the Third CALIAVLABS Symposium, Vol. 11, June 1969. ’Williams, R. , and Howe, H. , “Two-Dimensional Subsonic Wind Tunnel Tests on a 20% Thick, 5% Cambered Circulation Control Airfoil,” NSRDC TN AL-176, 1070, AD 877764. ‘Loth, J. , “Some Aspects of STOL Aircraft Aerodynamics,” Business Aircraft Meeting, Wichita, KS, 3-6 April 1973, Paper No. 730328. COMBINING BLC SUCTION AND CC HIGH-LIFT GENERATION 21 ’Loth, J. , Fanucci, J. , and Roberts, S.

Copyright 0 2005 by Robert J. Englar. , with permission. 23 R. J. ENGLAR 24 S, = ground roll Td = duct total temperature V = freestream velocity vj = blowing jet velocity, isentropic x/c = nondimensional chord-wise location xTO = takeoff distance a = angle of attack y = ratio of specific heats Sf= flap deflection angle Sj =jet deflection angle p = freestream density pj = blowing jet density Ic, = yaw angle (side wind angle) I. ’,* In most of these devices, which generally fall into the categories of jet flaps or blown flaps, a jet sheet exits from the trailing edge of the airfoil at a fixed angle or tangent to a flap with a sharp trailing edge.

22), which is slightly higher unblown than the baseline supercritical airfoil, but with very slight blowing can reduce c d to less than the baseline while also increasing lift, both at constant a. For clarity here, measured c d includes C, because the wind-tunnel balance cannot easily separate blowing thrust from drag. That is why Fig. 22 shows negative drag recorded with blowing. This is accounted for in the equivalent drag term, LID,,, where C, is included (see Ref. 10 for a more detailed explanation).

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