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Flow visualization and flow field measurements of a 1/12 scale tilt rotor aircraft in hover
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Charles D. Coffen ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189456.|
|Contributions||Coffen, Charles David., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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This paper details the results of flow visualization studies and inflow velocity field measurements performed on a 1/12 scale model of the XV tilt rotor aircraft in the hover mode. The complex recirculating flow due to the rotor-wake-body interactions characteristic of tilt rotors was studied visually usir_g neutrally buoyant soap bubbles.
Get this from a library. Flow visualization and flow field measurements of a 1/12 scale tilt rotor aircraft in hover. [Charles D Coffen; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Flow Visualization and Flow Field Measurements of a 1/12 Scale Tilt Rotor Aircraft in Hover Authors / Details: Charles D.
Coffen, Albert R. George, Hal Hardinge, Ryan Stevenson, Cornell University. To demonstrate the application potential of unsteady flow technology, and investigation comparing flow visualization and hotwire velocity measurements of the flow about an X aircraft model was. Jarugmilli, T., Lind, A.
and Chopra, I., “Experimental and Computational Flow Field Studies of a MAV-scale Cycloidal Rotor in Forward Flight,” 69th Annual Forum of.
1/scale F propulsion model have been determined in the Langley foot transonic tunnel for Mach numbers from toangles of attack from -lo to go, and ratio of jet total pressure to free-stream static pressure from 1. A series of wind tunnel tests were carried Out On the model in the University of Glasgow's x m wind tunnel and three-axis measurements of wind speed were made at various locations on the.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The complexity of the flow induced by a helicopter is illustrated by the number of fundamental fluid dynamic research problems present and a summary sketch of these problems is depicted in Fig.
at Mach numbers typical of operation, the flow near the rapidly rotating blade is compressible while the flow in the wake of the helicopter rotor blades is substantially incompressible because Cited by: Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Research and technology, " See other formats.
The paper presents average flow visualizations and measurements, obtained with the Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) technique, of a submerged rectangular free jet of air in the range of Reynolds numbers from Re = 35, to Re =where the Reynolds number is defined according to the hydraulic diameter of a rectangular slot of height H.
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Overview: This tutorial provides instruction which could be considered formulaic for modeling a basic helicopter via box modeling. Though primarily directed towards users of Wings 3D, the same concepts can be applied to any modeling program that employs box modeling and Catmull Clark subdivision as a construction method.
15 85 45 2× × 20 85 80 2× × Table 1: Flow Conditions Multi-scale measurements Velocity measurements were performed using Stereoscopic PIV in order to obtain all three velocity components.
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The laminar flow airfoils revolutionized World War II aircraft designs such as the P Mustang and the P King Cobra. The tunnel was subsequently renamed the Two-Dimensional Low-Turbulence. From Summary: "The aerodynamic characteristics of eight circular-arc airfoils at speeds of,and times the speed of sound have been determined in an open-jet air stream 2 inches in diameter, using models of 1-inch chord.
The lower surface of each airfoil was plane; the upper surface was cylindrical. As compared with the measurements described in NACA-TR, the circular Author: L J Briggs, H L Dryden.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA. 1. AIAAApplication of intrusive flow field probing techniques around a hypersonic lifting body at AEDC, A. Davenport, W. Strike, and J. Maus. 2. AIAAAdvances in Aerodynamic Probes for High-Enthalpy Applications, Heather MacKinnon, Gregg Beitel, Robert Hiers, and Daniel Catalano.
3.The results are given of flow visualization studies and inflow velocity field measurements performed on a 1/12 scale model of the XV tilt rotor aircraft in the hover mode. The complex recirculating flow due to the rotor-wake-body interactions characteristic of tilt rotors was studied visually using neutrally buoyant soap bubbles and.The tilt rotor, in which, as the name implies, has rotors, which face upwards for vertical takeoff and hover and rotate forwards for horizontal flight.
It offers considerable potential to enable the vertical take-off and landing of a helicopter but also being able to bypass the forward speed limitation.