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A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings

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**1988** by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .

Written in English

- Boundary layer.,
- Airplanes -- Wings, Swept-back.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Transonic interactive boundary layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings. |

Statement | Shawn H. Woodson and Fred R. DeJarnette. |

Series | NASA contractor report -- 4185., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4185. |

Contributions | DeJarnette, Fred R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17659875M |

The book reviews the governing equations and explores their applications and limitations as employed in modeling and computational fluid dynamics. Some concepts, such as shock and expansion theory, are examined from a numerical perspective. Others, including shock-boundary-layer interaction, are discussed from a qualitative point of view. "The turbulent boundary layer remains attached The reason for this is that, as compared with the laminar layer, the turbulent layer has a great deal of mixing in it. This generates a momentum exchange by means of which the low-speed boundary layer can borrow momentum from the high-speed fluid outside the boundary layer.

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SUMMARY A three-dimensional laminar and turbulent boundary-layer method is devel- oped for compressible flow over swept wings. The governing equations and cur- vature terms are derived in detail for a nonorthogonal, curvilinear coordi- nate system. Reynolds shear-stress terms are modeled by the Cebeci-Smith eddy-viscosity formulation.

Get this from a library. A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings. [Shawn H Woodson; Fred R DeJarnette; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.]. A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings / By Shawn H. Woodson, Fred R.

DeJarnette and Langley Research Center. Abstract. Boundary layer and wake modifications to compressor design systems: the effect of blade-to-blade flow A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings book on the mean flow field of a transonic rotor: final report, 01 September August / (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio: Air Force Aero Propulsion Laboratory, Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories.

A 3-D laminar and turbulent boundary-layer method is developed for compressible flow over swept wings. The governing equations and curvature terms are derived in detail for a nonorthogonal, curvilinear coordinate system. Reynolds shear-stress terms are modeled by the Cebeci-Smith eddy-viscosity : Fred R.

Dejarnette and Shawn H. Woodson. The laminar boundary layer problem on a thin round cone with the half apex angle δ c, 1 at the angle of attack α * depends on the parameter k ¼ 4 α ∗ = 3 δ c ðÞ.

A study is made of the flow of a compressible gas in a laminar boundary layer on swept-back wings of infinite span in a supersonic gas flow at different angles of attack. The surface is assumed to be either impermeable or that gas is blown or sucked through by: 9.

In the case of laminar flow, the A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings book of the boundary layer is indeed quite smooth and does not change much over time.

For a turbulent boundary layer however, only the average shape of the boundary layer approximates the parabolic profile discussed above. The figure below compares a typical laminar layer with an averaged turbulent layer.

Chapter One: Boundary Layer Theory Figure Distortion of fluid particles in boundary layer flow 1. If the velocity distribution in laminar boundary layer over flat plate is assumed to be given by first order polynomial u=a+by, where a and b are constant.

At low Reynolds numbers, the boundary layer may be A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings book throughout the entire thickness.

At higher Reynolds numbers, it is turbulent. This means that at some distance from the leading edge the flow within the boundary layer becomes turbulent. A turbulent boundary layer is very unsteady and the streamlines do not remain Size: KB.

A transonic interactive boundary-layer theory for laminar and turbulent flow over swept wings / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, ), by Shawn H. Woodson, Fred R.

DeJarnette, and Langley Research Center (page images at HathiTrust). The effect of sound on laminar-turbulent transition process is studied for 3D boundary layers governed by streamwise or crossflow instabilities. We quantify the shift upstream of the transition location versus sound level in both cases.

We show that the effect of sound is characterized by a shortening of the transition length. A three-dimensional laminar and turbulent boundary-layer method is developed for compressible flow over swept wings. The governing equations and curvature terms are derived in detail for a nonorthogonal, curvilinear coordinate system.

Reynolds shear-stress terms are modeled by the Cebeci-Smith eddy-viscosity formulation. This article deals with the interaction between shocks and the boundary layer in a transonic airfoil flow.

Here, examining comparatively the shock boundary-layer interaction in a laminar boundary layer as well as in. a fully turbulent one was the main focus of interest. Linear, compressible, quasi-parallel, spatial stability theory is applied to the boundary layer on the upper surface of an infinite-span transonic swept wing.

The stability theory is formulated for a class of standing and travelling waves Cited by: The law of the wake in the turbulent boundary layer to the displacement thickness 6" by and to the momentum thickness 0 by 6e-e u2 -- 1 +an + pnz, 2(6 >a= where a and D.

The equations of mean motion To the extent that the similarity laws of the preceding sections are empirical, and not based on clear physical principles, these laws cannotFile Size: 2MB.

Desire: Delay transition (LFC - fuel efficiency, long range) Encourage for enhanced mixing or separation delay Most effective strategy: Capitalize on the physics Identify most unstable disturbances.

If laminar flow could be maintained on wings of transport aircraft, fuel savings of up to 25% would be obtained. Meier and Kreplin's data correspond to laminar, transitional and turbulent flow on a prolate spheroid with a thickness ratio of 6 for a Reynolds number of × 10 6 [78–80].

As discussed in [ 81 ], the calculations for this flow were made for freestream velocities of 45 and 55 m/s corresponding to natural and imposed transition. Knowledge of the viscous flow about wings is very important in 3-D wing design. In transonic flow about a typical supercritical wing, the viscous effect results in Cited by: 1.

() analytical investigation of swept shock-turbulent boundary layer interaction i n supersonic flow. 17th Fluid Dynamics, Plasma Dynamics, and Lasers Conference. () Turbulent boundary-layer interaction with a shock wave at a compression by: Compressible laminar boundary layers with suction on swept and tapered wings () Laminar Subsonic, Supersonic, and Transonic Boundary-Layer Flow past a Flat Plate.

AIAA JournalA parameteric study of supersonic laminar flow for swept wings using linear stability analysis. Fluid Dynamics by: Compressible laminar boundary layers with suction on swept and tapered wings.

A parameteric study of supersonic laminar flow for swept wings using linear stability analysis. The Stability of a Three Dimensional Laminar Boundary Layer Over A Swept Flat by: foundations of boundary-layer theory at the start of the 20th century, while the ICTAM was held at the end of the same century.

Laminar. Like Prandtl () we will be concerned with laminar, rather than turbulent, ows. Flows that are in the process of laminar-turbulent transition will be viewed as unstable laminar ows.

A Paradox. Experimental. COMPUTATIONS FOR LAMINAR FLOW CONTROL IN SWEPT-WING BOUNDARY LAYERS Fig. Flow over a swept wing and the resolved local streamwise and crossflow boundary-layer profiles.

Note the inflection point in the crossflow profile. Fig. Flow over a swept wing in a quiet wind tunnel showing the stationary pattern of the. This book is an introduction to computational fluid dynamics with emphasis on the modeling and calculation of boundary-layer flows. The subjects coverd include laminar, transitional and turbulent boundary layers for two- and three-dimensional incompressible flows.

Relaxation methods for transonic flow about wing-cylinder combinations and lifting swept wings. Pages laminar flow over a two-dimensional compression corner.

Computational problems in three and four dimensional boundary layer theory. Pages Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers. A boundary layer may be laminar or turbulent. A laminar boundary layer is one where the flow takes place in layers, i.e., each layer slides past the adjacent layers.

This is in contrast to Turbulent Boundary Layers shown in Fig where there is an intense agitation. The laminar-turbulent transition zone in the boundary layer: Authors: Narasimha, R. Laminar Boundary Layer, Turbulent Boundary Layer, Axisymmetric Flow, Bodies Of Revolution, Boundary Layer Equations, Circular Cylinders, Compressibility Effects, Flat Plates, Swept Wings, Three Dimensional Flow: DOI: /(85) Computational Design and Analysis of a Transonic Natural Laminar Flow Wing for a Wind Tunnel Model resulted in a primary design goal of achieving significant extents of laminar flow on a swept wing in a wind tunnel Attachment line contamination occurs when a turbulent boundary layer from the.

the external inviscid transonic flow region, and the boundary layer regions consisting of the outer in- viscid rotational flow region and the viscous sub- layer. the form of asymptotic expansions valid in the limit as Re* *m and M, -where Re* is the Reynolds number based on.

Topics - - Laminar flow over flat plate - Laminar and Turbulent boundary layer - Integral analysis of BL flow over flat plate * Boundary layer or disturbance layer thickness * Displacement. I often see images of the boundary layer over a wing indicating the airflow is laminar over the first portion of the wing.

Transition from laminar to turbulent flow over the wing. Left: source, right: source I was also told this cannot happen in a full-scale aircraft, as the Reynolds number involved are not compatible with laminar flow. Start studying Aerodynamics 2 (Chapter 3). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

The adverse pressure gradient impedes the flow of the boundary layer. Small vanes installed on the upper surface of an airfoil to disturb the laminar boundary layer and induce a turbulent boundary layer. Design of a Swept-Wing Laminar Flow Control Flight Experiment for Transonic Aircraft Michael J.

Belisle,1 Tyler P. Neale,2 3Helen L. Reed, and William S. Saric4 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, This paper addresses the conceptual design of a flight-test experiment incorporating a laminar flow.

The spatial evolution of stationary cross‐flow‐vortex packets in a laminar boundary layer on a swept wing is computed by direct numerical simulation with the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations. Steady suction and blowing at the wing surface is used to generate disturbances that are periodic and equally spaced in the spanwise by: Boundary Layer Adaptivity for Transonic Turbulent Flows Kedar C.

Chitale University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO, Onkar Sahniy Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, Saurabh Tendulkar and Rocco Nastasia Simmetrix Inc., Clifton Park, NY, Mark S. Shephardz Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, The layer of air over the wing's surface that is slowed down or stopped by viscosity, is the boundary layer.

There are two different types of boundary layer flow: laminar and turbulent. Laminar boundary layer flow. The laminar boundary is a very smooth flow, while the turbulent boundary layer contains swirls or "eddies.". The process of a laminar flow becoming turbulent is known as laminar–turbulent transition.

The main parameter characterizing transition is the Reynolds number. Transition is often described as a process proceeding through a series of stages. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Aeronautical engineering: A continuing bibliography with indexes (supplement )" See other formats.

$\begingroup$ Two comments: as Feymann implied, turbulence is a mystery, but turbulent flow has increased skin friction (bad news) although it resists flow separation for longer than laminar flow, which very difficult to maintain (good news). Have a read of the post below. If you get the drag to occur further behind the wing, it is less likely to "pull" the aircraft back, as the comment.

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Today computational aerodynamics appears in the preliminary step of a new design, relegating costly, time-consuming wind tunnel testing to the final stages of design. Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics .