Real jet effects on dual jets in a crossflow
- Schetz, J. A.
- Aug 1, 1984.
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- A 6-ft by 6-ft wind tunnel section was modification to accommodate the 7-ft wide NASA dual-jet flate model in an effort to determine the effects of nonuniform and/or noncircular jet exhaust profiles on the pressure field induced on a nearby surface. Tests completed yield surface pressure measurements for a 90 deg circular injector producing exit profiles representative of turbofan nozzles (such as the TF-34 nozzle). The measurements were obtained for both tandem and side-by-side jet configurations, jet spacing of S/D =2, and velocity ratios of R=2.2 and 4.0. Control tests at the same mass flow rate but with uniform exit velocity profiles were also conducted, for comparison purposes. Plots for 90 deg injection and R=2.2 show that the effects of exit velocity profile nonuniformity are quite significant.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19840021092., Accession ID: 84N29161., NASA-CR-173817., and NAS 1.26:173817.
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