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Newtonian snowplow theory of oscillating airfoils

Jerome Aroesty

Newtonian snowplow theory of oscillating airfoils

by Jerome Aroesty

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Published by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerodynamics, Hypersonic.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jerome Aroesty and others.
    SeriesResearch memorandum -- RM-4415, Research memorandum (Rand Corporation) -- RM-4415..
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16647986M

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Newtonian snowplow theory of oscillating airfoils by Jerome Aroesty Download PDF EPUB FB2

Application of simple Newtonian snowplow theory to the complex problem of unsteady forces on a slender, linearly accelerating airfoil or body of revolution traveling at hypersonic : Jerry Aroesty, Andrew F. Charwat, Michael Shi-Yuan Chen, Julian D.

Cole. Calculation of unsteady forces acting on two-dimensional oscillating airfoils by Newtonian snowplow theory.

A pressure formula, valid for linear and nonlinear oscillations is obtained, and comparisons are made with the gasdynamic theory for a hypersonic slender wedge undergoing small angle by: 1. Newtonian Snowplow Theory of Oscillating Airfoils An approximate solution to the relative motion of two close satellites in the presence of drag and oblateness Boundary-layer flows with large injection rates Estimate for the pressure on rapidly accelerating bodies in.

NEWTONIAN SNOWPLOW THEORY OF OSCILLATING AIRFOILS J. Aroesty, A. Charwat, S. Chen and J. Cole This research is supported by the Advanced Research Projects Agency under Contract No.

SD Any views or conclusions contained in this Memorandum shouM not be interpreted as representing the official opinion or policy of ARPA. R.M. Barron, P. MandlOscillating airfoil, Part II, Newtonian theory and application to power-law bodies in hypersonic flow AIAA J., 16 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 4.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Newtonian snowplow theory of oscillating airfoils book of piston theory, Van Dyke’s second-order theory, Newtonian impact theory, and CFD method are compared in the same motion and Mach number effects.

The results indicate that, for this thin double wedge airfoil, Newtonian impact theory is not suitable for these Mach number, while piston theory and Van Dyke’s second-order theory are in.

"Unsteady Newton-Busemann flow theory. I - Airfoils", AIAA Journal, Vol. 19, No. 3 (), Newtonian and hypersonic flows over oscillating bodies of revolution—I. Circular cones. Newtonian flow over oscillating two-dimensional airfoils at moderateor large incidence.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Waverider configurations according to thin shock-layer theory Acta Astronautica, Vol. 21, No. 8 Newtonian flow over oscillating two-dimensional airfoils at moderateor large incidence.

Besides the well known earlier works on two-dimensional airfoils at small angles of attack, Hui and Tobak, and Hui presented theories extending the Newton–Busemann pressure law to the pitching oscillatinons of such airfoils. The present author has also studied the pitching oscillations of two-dimensional airfoils 3, 4.

Newtonian Snowplow Theory of Oscillating Airfoils Supersonic interference flow along the corner of intersecting wedges The Effect of Surface-Evaporation Kinetics on the Sublimation into a Boundary Layer.

Theoretical Analysis of Near-Free-Molecule Hypersonic Flow at the Sharp Leading Edge of a Flat Plate. A Snowplow Model of Hypersonic Unsteady Flows. The Hypersonic Viscous Shock Layer with Mass Transfer Newtonian Snowplow Theory of Oscillating Airfoils A numerical procedure is presented for the calculation of laminar flow of a non-Newtonian fluid through axially symmetrical casings with arbitrarily shaped meridional contours.

As a rheological model a ‘generalized viscous fluid’ is used, i.e. the local viscosity is dependent on the shear-rate. Afterwards, modified Newtonian theory based on the stagnation pressure correction to the original theory is introduced.

In completing the Newtonian flow centripetal force correction is applied to the hypersonic flow past curved walls. In addition, unsteady Newtonian flow is introduced to examine the oscillatory hypersonic flows past blunt bodies.

The impact of this theory on practice is seen in the UIUC Airfoil Co- ordinate Database [54] which lists airfoils, all with sharp trailing edge, despite early experiments [24, 25] showing. Also, Hemdan, has studied the Newtonian flow past pitching oscillating slender pointed nose bodies of revolution.

In Part I of this paper, we have developed a perturbation theory for the pitching oscillations of slender circular cones at zero angles of attack. The approximate equations were obtained as four boundary-value problems on ordinary.

1. Introduction. The technical problems of fluid mechanics are in many cases multi-physical problems influenced by several phenomena, e.g. the fluid flow in the turbine can be significantly influenced by the heat transfer with the turbine blades, see e.g., the air flow in the vocal tract interacts with vibrating vocal folds acting like a vibrating structure, see e.g., the air flow around.

The active synchronous deformation in the arc length of an airfoil employed in a flapping wing can improve its energy extraction efficiency. The present study seeks to understand the underlying physics of this energy extraction by conducting transient numerical simulations of a novel arc-deformable flapping foil design based on dynamic mesh technology and a relative heaving motion reference.

Kang et al. () studied the effects of chord length based Reynolds number on the dynamics of the oscillating SD airfoil by solving 2D RANS based on SST model, which is compared with.

Piston theory is an inherently quasi-steady theory, in that higher powers of frequency do not appear, as well as a local theory in that the pressure at a point on the airfoil only depends on the.Hypersonic flows past blunt bodies are examined via Newtonian impact theory and piston theory is introduced for the hypersonic flows past thin surfaces.

For the basis of modern subjects, the leading edge suction analogy is presented to analyze vortex lift generated by the leading edge separation for the low aspect ratio delta wings at high.Prototype and model airfoils demonstrating dynamic similarity requirements 89 (and justify) that of these theory will be emphasized in the present lectures.

Importance of Fluids We have already emphasized the overall importance of fluids in a general way, and here we will.