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Numerical simulation of the effect of heating on supersonic jet noise
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|Statement||R. Hixon and S.-H. Shih, Reda R. Mankbadi.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 202338., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-202338.|
|Contributions||Shih, S.-H., Mankbadi, R. R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Numerical simulation of the effect of heating on supersonic jet noise. [R Hixon; S -H Shih; R R Mankbadi; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A three-dimensional numerical simulation of an integrated deflector under periodical impingement of a supersonic high-temperature air jet was conducted on the basis of the Renormalized Group (RNG.
The peak noise of the hot jet is thus approximately 10dB higher than the peak noise of the cold jet. CONCLUSION. In this paper we have used Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) to study the sound field of a heated jet and compared it with the sound field of a cold : Bendiks Jan Boersma. This study investigates the effect of substrate size on the supersonic jet flow regime, particle acceleration and temperature distribution within the substrate in cold spraying.
Effectiveness of Fluid Injection on Supersonic Jet Noise at High Exhaust Temperatures. Chitrarth Prasad and; Philip J. Morris Acoustic Experiment and Numerical Simulation on Unheated Supersonic Jet Flow for a Small-scale Nozzle.
Seung Hoon Kang, HyunShik Joo Effect of Flow Three Dimensionality on Interaction Length in Shockwave. Effects of heating on noise radiation from a two-dimensional mixing layer: direct computation and acoustic analogy predictions Investigation of high supersonic jet noise: non-linear propagation effects and flow-acoustics correlations.
Numerical Simulation of Broadband Noise from. Hixon has written: 'Numerical simulation of the effect of heating on supersonic jet noise' -- subject(s): Numerical analysis, Aeroacoustics, Computerized simulation, Sound generators, Sound.
The companion experiments, whose measurements are used to assess the quality of the numerical simulations, are performed in an anechoic jet facility. The facility includes a forward flight stream and uses helium-air mixtures to simulate the effects of jet heating.
Flow and noise measurements are described for both baseline and chevron : Philip J. Morris, Dennis K. McLaughlin, Yongle Du, Ching-Wen Kuo. Large-eddy simulation for supersonic rectangular jet noise prediction: effects of chevrons.
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