Tables for supersonic flow around right circular cones at zero angle of attack

by Joseph L. Sims

Publisher: Office of Scientific and Technical Information, National Aeronautics and Space Administration; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S, Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington

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Bibliography: p. 5.

Other titlesSupersonic flow around right circular cones at zero angle of attack.
Statementby Joseph L. Sims.
SeriesUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA SP, -3004, NASA SP ;, -3004.
LC ClassificationsQA930 .S57
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Paginationvi, 421p.
Number of Pages421
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5931925M
LC Control Number64061319

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Tables for supersonic flow around right circular cones at zero angle of attackAuthor: Joseph L. Sims. The results of the calculation of supersonic flow of helium about right circular cones at zero angle of attack are presented in tabular form.

The calculations were performed using the Taylor. Turbojet in Supersonic Flow with Inlet Shock Wave ; NASA SP "Tables for Flow Around Right Circular Cones at Zero Angle of Attack" (pdf) Appendix II: NASA SP "Tables for Flow Around Right Circular Cones at Small Angle of Attack" (pdf) Appendix III: AXISYMMETRIC INLET DESIGN FOR COMBINED CYCLE ENGINES.

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NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Tables for Supersonic Flow of Helium Around Right Circular Cones at Zero Angle of Attack by NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS). Complete details of this procedure are given in Section B of C'hapler IV in the report by McGowan and Davis [ It should be pointed out that Jones [23] has recently published a very complete and thorough set of tables for inviscid supersonic and hypersonic flow aboul circular cones at incidence ill a perfect gas.,' = by: 9.

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The rectangular wing is called long, if ν > 1 (Fig. a), and short, if ν. Example Consider the supersonic flow over a 5° half-angle wedge at zero angle of attack, as sketched in Fig.

The freestream Mach number ahead of the wedge isand the freestream pressure and density are x 10 5 N/m2 and kg/m3, respectively (this corresponds to standard sea level conditions).

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