ACOUSTICALLY EXCITED HEATED JETS III-MEAN FLOW DATA.

J. Lepicovsky, K. K. Ahuja, W. H. Brown, M. Salikuddin, Philip John Morris

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This report is part of a three-part report on the excitability of heated jets under the influence of acoustic excitation. The effects of upstream internal acoustic excitation on jet mixing were described in detail in Part I. Part II describes the effects of external excitation on flow mixing. Part III contains detailed quantitative results from the measurements of mean Mach number and temperature and consists of radial profiles and centerline distributions measured at selected jet operating conditions for internally excited and unexcited jets. The mean flow data are presented in both graphical and tabulated forms. For the sake of completeness, this part contains temperature probe calibration curves also.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalNASA Contractor Reports
Issue number4129
StatePublished - Jun 1988

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Acoustics
Mach number
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Lepicovsky, J., Ahuja, K. K., Brown, W. H., Salikuddin, M., & Morris, P. J. (1988). ACOUSTICALLY EXCITED HEATED JETS III-MEAN FLOW DATA. NASA Contractor Reports, (4129).
Lepicovsky, J. ; Ahuja, K. K. ; Brown, W. H. ; Salikuddin, M. ; Morris, Philip John. / ACOUSTICALLY EXCITED HEATED JETS III-MEAN FLOW DATA. In: NASA Contractor Reports. 1988 ; No. 4129.
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In: NASA Contractor Reports, No. 4129, 06.1988.

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