LASER DIAGNOSTIC DEVELOPMENT AND MEASUREMENT AND MODELING OF TURBULENT FLOWFIELDS OF JETS AND WAKES.

A. Lightman, P. D. Magill, R. J. Andrews, L. Krishnamurthy, S. O. Parks, D. J. Wahrer, H. S. Cochran, P. P. Yaney, R. J. Becker, P. T. Danset, M. R. Gallis

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Abstract

This three-part final report documents the research program which had two overall objectives, namely providing profile data that can be used to evaluate combustor and fuel combustion models, and evaluating the performance of combustor models and different diagnostic techniques in various combustion environments. The first part describes the technical efforts dealing with the design and development of a two-dimensional laser Doppler anemometer and the experimental data collected. The second part presents the analysis and modeling tasks involving the numerical flowfield predictions and their comparisons with experimental data. The third part discusses the design, development, and performance of a two-channel time-solved laser Raman spectroscopy system.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)var paging
JournalTechnical Report AFWAL-TR - Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories (United States)
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1983

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