The experimental verification of wall movement influence coefficients for an adaptive walled test section
- Neal, G.
- Jul 1, 1988.
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- Flexible walled wind tunnels have for some time been used to reduce wall interference effects at the model. A necessary part of the 3-D wall adjustment strategy being developed for the Transonic Self-Streamlining Wind Tunnel (TSWT) of Southampton University is the use of influence coefficients. The influence of a wall bump on the centerline flow in TSWT has been calculated theoretically using a streamline curvature program. This report details the experimental verification of these influence coefficients and concludes that it is valid to use the theoretically determined values in 3-D model testing.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19880016055., Accession ID: 88N25439., NASA-CR-181681., NAS 1.26:181681., and AASU-87/4.
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