PROCEEDINGS OF THE FLUID AMPLIFICATION SYMPOSIUM. VOLUME 1. SPONSORED BY THE HARRY DIAMOND LABORATORIES, 26-28 MAY 1964
HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD
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Contents The viscous dissipation of energy in free turbulent flows occurring in fluid amplifier operation some aspects of curved turbulent mixing important in fluid amplifiers and fluid logic devices investigations of interacting underexpanded jet flows spreading rates of compressible two- dimensional reattaching jets the interaction of oblique shocks and expansion waves with a jet boundary mixing zone separated flow in curved channels jet interaction noise deflection and relative flow of three interacting jets noise reduction by jet-edge and resonator coupling a hydrodynamic study of the free-jet class of fluid-jet amplifiers wall reattachment device with pulsed control flow remarks on the limitations of pure fluid elements on the stability of fluid systems low-pass filters for pneumatic amplifiers acoustic control of pneumatic digital amplifiers basic requirements for an analytical approach to pure fluid control systems the response of a bistable fluid amplifier to a step input the effect of geometric changes upon the switching point in a model bi- stable fluid amplifier flow field characteristics in a model bi-stable fluid amplifier a high gain proportional fluid state flow amplifier.
- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Equipment