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Experiments on the flow field physics of confluent boundary layers for high-lift systems

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boundary layer flow.,
  • Flow distribution.,
  • Left augmentation.,
  • Left devices.,
  • Reynolds number.,
  • Viscous flow.,
  • Wind tunnel tests.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.C. Nelson, F.O. Thomas, and H. C. Chu.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-197318.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15411706M

      There are many applications of boundary layer flow especially in designing of various objects which have to overcome the fluid flow for smooth working. Examples: 1. Automobiles - An automobile with more streamlined body is more efficient than a le. We note that at high angles of attack, a stationary vortical structure forms at the leading edge near the tip, giving rise to locally high lift and drag forces. The analysis performed in this paper reveals how the vortical flow around the tip influences the separation physics, the global wake dynamics, and the spanwise force distributions.

    boundary layer. Transition modeling of large scales from laminar to turbulence is a difficulty for the first idea, while the requirement of extensive measurements (e.g. means, higher moments and their correlations) for specifying the turbulent boundary is a difficulty for the second alternative. Despite the below-mentioned problem of modeling of. Experiment FL Flow Introduction Steady flows are driven by forces that are balanced by resisting forces. For instance, the amount of water coming out of a shower depends on the water pressure as provided by private or municipal water systems, and the resistance of the many small holes in the shower head.

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Experiments on the flow field physics of confluent boundary layers for high-lift systems Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[R C Nelson; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Clearly there is a need for research that has as its objective the clarification of the fundamental flow field physics associated with viscous effects in high lift systems.

In this investigation, a detailed experimental investigation is being performed to study the interaction between the slat wake and the boundary layer on the primary airfoil which is known as a confluent boundary : F.

Thomas, Robert C. Nelson and H. Chu. The flow field physics associated with commercial high lift systems is exceeding ly complex and includes numerous viscous dominated effects for which our present understanding is extremely limited.

Despite the important role played by confluent boundary layers in high-lift system performance, our understanding of the physics associated with this flow is actually quite limited. "Experiments on the Flow Field Physics of Confluent Boundary Layers for High-Lift Systems" by R.

Nelson, F. Thomas, and H. Chu Hessert Center for Aerospace Research University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN (NASA-CR) EXPERIMENTS ON THE FLO_ FIELO PHYSICS OF CONFLUENT BOUNDARY LAYERS FOR HIGH-LIFT SYSTEMS Progress Report (Notre.

A Comparison of RANS, URANS, and DDES for High Lift Systems from HiLiftPW 3-D High-Lift Flow-Physics Experiment - Transition Measurements. Catherine McGinley, Experimental investigation of the confluent boundary layer of a high-lift system. Flint Thomas.

Boundary Layer and Flow Control: Its Principles and Application, Volume 2 focuses on the layer of fluid in the immediate area of a bounding surface where the effects of viscosity are substantial.

This book is organized into two main topics—boundary layer control for low drag, and shock-induced separation and its prevention by design and. The primary objective of this work is to determine the detailed characteristics of the flow features induced in a boundary layer by suction through laminar flow control (LFC) perforations.

An additional goal is to validate a predictive method for generic LFC suction surfaces and to apply this technique to typical flight condition configurations. The present study, which is the first of a series of investigations dealing with specific issues of low pressure turbine (LPT) boundary layer aerodynamics, is aimed at providing detailed unsteady boundary flow information to understand the underlying physics of the inception, onset, and extent of the separation zone.

Thomas, R. Nelson, and X. Liu, “ Experimental investigation of the confluent boundary layer of a high-lift system,” AIAA J. 36, (). Google Scholar Crossref; C. Hahand B. Lakshminarayana, “ Measurement and prediction of mean velocity and turbulence structure in the near wake of an airfoil,” J.

Fluid Mech. Experiments on the turbulent wake of a flat plate in a strong adverse pressure gradient. Investigation of slat heel effect on the flow field over multi-element aerofoils. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, Vol. 25, No. 8 Investigation of confluent boundary layers in high-lift flows.

The details of the flow within the boundary layer are very important for many problems in aerodynamics, including wing stall, the skin friction drag on an object, and the heat transfer that occurs in high speed flight.

Unfortunately, the physical and mathematical details of boundary layer theory are beyond the scope of this beginner's guide and. An Experimental Investigation of the Confluent Boundary Layer on a High-Lift System This paper describes a fundamental experimental investigation of the confluent boundary layer generated by the interaction of a leading-edge slat wake with the boundary layer on the main element of a multi-element airfoil model.

The slat and airfoil model geometry are both fully two-dimensional. High-lift systems have a major influence on the sizing, economics, and safety of most transport airplane configurations.

The combination of complexity in flow physics, geometry, and system support and actuation has historically led to a lengthy and experiment intensive development process. COMPONENT PART NOTICE This paper is a COMPONENT PART of the following COMPILATION report; (TITLE).

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Bertin, United States Air Force Academy. Russell M. Cummings. © | Pearson | Available | Pearson | Available. boundary layer is very thin, and the fluid particles move in parallel planes which do not interact with each other (Anderson, ).

As the flow travels further in the horizontal direction, the boundary layer grows and if the flow travels along a long enough plate, the boundary layer will transition become turbulent. This paper examines and contrasts the response of planar turbulent wakes with initially symmetric and asymmetric mean velocity profiles to identical imposed streamwise pressure gradients.

The focus on near wake behavior, profile asymmetry, and pressure gradient is motivated by their relevance to high-lift systems for commercial transport aircraft. In the experiments, the symmetric wake is.

A related method, known as detached eddy simulation (DES), in which the entire boundary layer is modeled, has been tested for this type of flow [13]. Recently an LES study [ 4 ] has been conducted at a Reynolds number of × 10 5, and a good comparison with the experimental data, especially in the near wake, has been shown.

insight into the field." - Ryan A. One simple example that nicely demonstrates the physics of boundary layers is the problem of flow over a flat plate. For many years NASA conducted a series of experiments to design a natural laminar flow (NLF) aircraft. Some of their research suggested the wrapping of a glove around the leading edge of.

The physics of the flow around multi-element airfoils and wings is very complicated. It is characterized by the presence of separation zones, including laminar separation bubbles, interaction of confluent boundary layers and wakes of various elements.

Furthermore, despite the low Mach number of the incoming flow.a. Laminar and turbulent flow solution methods b. Moody diagram External flow a. Boundary layer approximations, displacement and momentum thickness b.

Boundary layer equations, differential and integral c. Flat plate solution d. Lift and drag over bodies and use of lift and drag coefficients Basic 1-D compressible fluid flow a. Speed of.Boundary Layer Flow. Recall our discussion in the very first chapter of the Thought Experiment where we had two parallel plates.

One of the plates was stationary (the lower one) and the other one moving. We said that there was a No Slip condition, which meant that the fluid does not slip past the solid in .