INTERACTION EFFECTS PRODUCED BY A SONIC JET EXHAUSTING FROM A CURVED TWO-DIMENSIONAL PLATE IN A SUPERSONIC STREAM
DAVID TAYLOR MODEL BASIN WASHINGTON DC
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A wind-tunnel investigation was conducted to determine the effects of a sonic jet blowing perpendicular from a curved two-dimensional plate. These tests were performed in the 9 12-inch Supersonic Wind Tunnel of the Gas Dynamics Facility at Machine numbers of 2.48, 3.73, and 4.50. Experimental Data are presented for a the interaction forces produced by the exhausting jet and the supersonic main stream and b the exhausting jet penetration into the supersonic main stream and c the exhausting jet penetration into the supersonic main stream. Data were obtained for various slot locations and supply pressures.
- Fluid Mechanics