Aerospace Synthesized Aerodynamic Heating Program
Rept. for Jul 1963-Apr 1971
AEROSPACE CORP SAN BERNARDINO CA SAN BERNARDINO OPERATIONS
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The Aerospace Synthesized Aerodynamic Heating Program is written in the Fortran 4 language for the IBM-360-65 computer. This program calculates heating and internal conduction for shapes approximating those of missiles. To do this, it couples various correlations for external high speed convective aerodynamic, for nonaerodynamic, heating with internal transient heat conduction and surface ablation. These may be applied to flat plates, wedges, cones, sphere-cones, spheres, or cylinders with laminar andor turbulent heat transfer equations applied to the configurations listed. The method is sufficiently general to allow many variations in the physical properties of materials and boundary conditions that one might wish to consider.
- Guided Missile Dynamics, Configurations and Control Surfaces
- Fluid Mechanics