An Experimental and CFD Study of a Supersonic Coaxial Jet
- Cutler, A. D.
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- White, J. A.
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- A supersonic coaxial jet facility is designed and experimental data are acquired suitable for the validation of CFD codes employed in the analysis of high-speed air-breathing engines. The center jet is of a light gas, the coflow jet is of air, and the mixing layer between them is compressible. The jet flow field is characterized using schlieren imaging, surveys with pitot, total temperature and gas sampling probes, and RELIEF velocimetry. VULCAN, a structured grid CFD code, is used to solve for the nozzle and jet flow, and the results are compared to the experiment for several variations of the kappa - omega turbulence model
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AIAA Paper 2001-0143.
Aerospace Sciences; 8-11 Jan. 2001; Reno, NV; United States.
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