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Characteristics of the AT-303 hypersonic wind tunnel. Part 2. Aerodynamics of the HB-2 reference model

Characteristics of the AT-303 hypersonic wind tunnel. Part 2. Aerodynamics of the HB-2 reference... Abstract Aerodynamic coefficients of the HB-2 AGARD reference model measured in a new AT-303 hypersonic wind tunnel with adiabatic compression are presented. The experiments are performed in the ranges of Mach numbers M = 9.7 − 15.6 (Red = 0.14·106 − 1.32·106) and angles of attack α = −4°−12° with the use of an internal six-component strain-gauge balance. The technique used for processing and correcting measured results, which takes into account the dynamic properties of the model and the specific features of the nozzle structure, is described in detail. The aerodynamic coefficients obtained for this model are compared with similar data obtained in wind tunnels of Germany, France, and the USA. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Thermophysics and Aeromechanics Springer Journals

Characteristics of the AT-303 hypersonic wind tunnel. Part 2. Aerodynamics of the HB-2 reference model

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Springer Journals
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2006 N.P. Adamov, L.G. Vasenev, V.I. Zvegintsev, I.I. Mazhul, D.G. Nalivaichenko, A.V. Novikov, A.M. Kharitonov, and S.I. Shpak
ISSN
0869-8643
eISSN
1531-8699
DOI
10.1134/S0869864306020016
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Abstract

Abstract Aerodynamic coefficients of the HB-2 AGARD reference model measured in a new AT-303 hypersonic wind tunnel with adiabatic compression are presented. The experiments are performed in the ranges of Mach numbers M = 9.7 − 15.6 (Red = 0.14·106 − 1.32·106) and angles of attack α = −4°−12° with the use of an internal six-component strain-gauge balance. The technique used for processing and correcting measured results, which takes into account the dynamic properties of the model and the specific features of the nozzle structure, is described in detail. The aerodynamic coefficients obtained for this model are compared with similar data obtained in wind tunnels of Germany, France, and the USA.

Journal

Thermophysics and AeromechanicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 2006

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