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Flow quality studies of the NASA Lewis Research Center Icing Research Tunnel diffuser
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||E. Allen Arrington and Mark T. Pickett and David W. Sheldon.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106311., NASA technical memorandum -- 106311.|
|Contributions||Pickett, Mark T., Sheldon, David W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
In , something wholly unexpected happened at what was then the NASA Lewis (now Glenn) Research Center—a “new” aircraft icing program was started. The story goes something like this: Milt Beheim, chief of the Wind Tunnel and Flight Division, was put in charge of the nearly defunct Icing Research Tunnel (IRT). The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Lewis Research Center. Books from the extended shelves: Lewis Research Center: A 1-megawatt reactor design for Brayton-cycle space power application / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; [For sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical, Springfield, Virginia ], ), also by .
Technical Short Courses. A Technical Short Course is a discussion or lecture on a thermal, aerothermal, or fluids topic with a duration of one to three hours. Technical material should be applicable to NASA/aerospace missions. A technical panel of experts with group discussion can also be proposed. According to studies, the icing problem on an airfoil reduces lift by 30% while increasing drag by 40% or even more (Bragg et al., , Czernkovich, ). In particular, the changed stall characteristics impose a serious safety threat. That is the reason why icing research started soon after the invention of aircrafts in the early 20th by:
III. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES A. The main diffuser in the model water tunnel was made in three sec tions. The upstream section was an aluminum oasting bored to provide a tran sition between the rical test section and the conioal diffuser. The two downstream sections of the diffuser were fabricated from J/n. thick. The bell mouth starts very large so the air is slow, and guides the air to the shape of the test section as the bell mouth narrows and the air speed increases. Tada, much smoother air flow. In addition to being a guide, it is also a nozzle, which research has found kills turbulence (any extra whirly twirly in the flow).Author: Ben Washington.
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Flow quality in the NASA Lewis Research Center Icing Research Tunnel (IRT). These studies mapped the flow qual ity in the test section and through the tunnel loop.
The goal of • Since these flow quality studies were completed, the facility drive fan was modified such that the maximum empty test section speed is about mph.
FLOW QUALITY MEASUREMENTS IN AN AERODYNAMIC MODEL OF NASA LEWIS' ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL Victor A. Canacci and Jose C. Gonsalez NYMA, Inc. Brook Park, Ohio Summary As part of an ongoing eftort to improve the aerodynamic flow characteristics of the Icing Research Tunnel (IRT), a modular scale model of the facility was fabricated.
NASA’s icing research involves the development of tools and methods for evaluating and simulating the growth of ice on current and future aircraft surfaces or inside the engines and the effects that ice may have on the behavior of aircraft in flight. At NASA Glenn Research Center, “We Freeze to Please”.
Our icing research teams utilize a refrigerated wind. Get this from a library. Flow quality studies of the NASA Lewis Research Center Icing Research Tunnel diffuser. [E Allen Arrington; Mark T Pickett; David W Sheldon; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Workers at NASA's Lewis (now Glenn) Research Center observe as a commuter transport engine undergoes testing in the Icing Research Tunnel in The tunnel is used to simulate the formation of ice on aircraft surfaces during flight. Cold water is sprayed into the tunnel and freezes on the test model.
Water droplet trajectories within the NASA Lewis Research Center's Icing Research Tunnel (IRT) were studied through computer analysis. Of interest. The wind tunnel simulated herein is the NASA Lewis Research Center's Icing Research Tunnel (IRT).
in a subsonic incompressible flow wind tunnel. This method was used to. The Icing Research Tunnel may be an historic landmark, but it’s on the cutting-edge of : Ronald Coulter. Arrington, E.; Pickett, M.; Sheldon, D.
Flow quality studies of the NASA Lewis Research Center Icing Research Tunnel. In Proceedings of the 25th Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, USA, 20–23 June ; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics: Reston, VA, USA, [Google Scholar]Author: Emil Ljungskog, Simone Sebben, Alexander Broniewicz.
Fan drive system for the Boeing research aerodynamic icing tunnel. Belter, S. Chintamani, Powered lift facility at NASA Lewis Research Center's Aeroacoustic Propulsion Laboratory.
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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Icing research shifted to the NACA's Cleveland facility in the s. Initially there was little focus on icing at either location, as these facilities were more concerned with aerodynamics and engine : $ Flow quality studies of the NASA Lewis Research Center Icing Research Tunnel diffuser [microform] / E.
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security organizations, and every NASA center—earning the company more than $2 million in revenue. Public Safety 14 13 12 Simulation Tools Model Icing for Aircraft Design Glenn Research Center developed the LEWICE software for simulating how ice builds up on aircraft surfaces, a potential detriment to safety and performance.
Research, Inc. and the NASA John H. Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC) and then fabricated and tested in the NASA-GRC foot-byfoot supersonic wind tunnel (SWT). The Parametric Inlet was designed for SWT test section conditions of a Mach flow field at a Reynolds number per foot of E+ The engine face diameter was inches.
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Schneider Assistant Professor of Aerodynamics School of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering Purdue University West Lafayette, IN AbstractFile Size: KB.An experimental program was conducted to study the burning of laminar gas jet diffusion flames in a zero-gravity environment.
The tests were conducted in the Lewis Research Center Second Zero-Gravity Facility. The photographic results indicated that a sudden decrease in gravity level from 1 to 0 effected an immediate reduction in the length of the flame.The blockage indicates how much area was available for radial flow.
At the largest blockage (~=), the separation region blocked 38 ~o of the passage area. Flow visualization in a laboratory vaned diffuser: R. B. Brownell et al.
Six-vaned diffuser Results for the six-bladed diffuser fall between those for the four- and eight-vaned by: 3.