Temperature Corrected Turbulence Model for High Temperature Jet Flow

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Khaled S. Abdol-Hamid, S. Paul Pao

Configuration Aerodynamics Branch, MS 499, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA 23681

Steven J. Massey

Eagle Aeronautics, Inc., 13 West Mercury Blvd., Hampton, VA 23669

Alaa Elmiligui

Analytical Services & Materials, Inc., 107 Research Dr., Hampton, VA 23660

J. Fluids Eng 126(5), 844-850 (Dec 07, 2004) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1792266 History: Received July 18, 2003; Revised May 12, 2004; Online December 07, 2004
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A comparison of computed results for coarse, medium and fine grid level and data 16
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Comparison of computed center line stagnation temperature and data 16
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A comparison of the stagnation temperature prediction with data 16
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Computational domain for the mutistream jet flow
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Configuration 1, baseline round core nozzle with round fan nozzle
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Configuration 4, 8-chevron core nozzle with round fan nozzle and pylon
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A comparison of solutions at Tt=2009.67 R using different turbulence models with data 2
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A comparison of solutions at Tt=1359.67 R using different turbulence models with data 2
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A comparison of solutions at Tt=563.67 R using different turbulence models with data 2
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Computational grid for the supersonic jet flow



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