ACOUSTICALLY EXCITED HEATED JETS.

J. Lepicovsky, Philip John Morris

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Abstract

The major goal of this investigation was to obtain detailed experimental data on the effects of acoustic excitation on the mixing of heated jets with the surrounding air. To determine the extent of the available information on experiments and theories dealing with the effects of acoustic excitation on hot jet mixing, an extensive literature survey was conducted at the outset of this program. Based on the information gathered in the literature survey, a technical approach was developed to carry out a systematic set of flowfield measurements and flow visualization for a broad range of jet operating and flow excitation conditions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-129
Number of pages129
JournalNASA Contractor Reports
Issue number4129 pt 1
StatePublished - Jun 1988

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Acoustics
Flow visualization
Air
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Lepicovsky, J. ; Morris, Philip John. / ACOUSTICALLY EXCITED HEATED JETS. In: NASA Contractor Reports. 1988 ; No. 4129 pt 1. pp. 1-129.
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