The Transonic Oscillating Flap.
Final rept. Apr-Sep 78,
BOEING AEROSPACE CO SEATTLE WASH
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Numerical experiments for the unsteady transonic flow past a symmetric airfoil with an oscillating flap in free air are carried out for a range of supercritical Mach numbers and reduced frequencies using two newly devised computational schemes. The inviscid results, unhampered by the complicating effects of wind tunnel wall interference and shockwave and boundary layer interaction, evaluate the extent to which the unsteady loading responds linearly to changes in flap deflection and also the dependence of shock excursion amplitude and net unsteady lift and moment coefficients on oscillation frequency. The main conclusions are discussed in light of recent experimental findings. Author
- Fluid Mechanics