Summary of nozzle-exhaust plume flowfield analyses related to space shuttle applications
- Penny, M. M.
- Jan 1, 1975.
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- 1 electronic document
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- Exhaust plume shape simulation is studied, with the major effort directed toward computer program development and analytical support of various plume related problems associated with the space shuttle. Program development centered on (1) two-phase nozzle-exhaust plume flows, (2) plume impingement, and (3) support of exhaust plume simulation studies. Several studies were also conducted to provide full-scale data for defining exhaust plume simulation criteria. Model nozzles used in launch vehicle test were analyzed and compared to experimental calibration data.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19750008553., Accession ID: 75N16625., NASA-CR-141626., and LMSC-HREC-TR-D390661.
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