28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, 23 - 28 September 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Paper ICAS 2012-4.11.2
JET INTERACTION IN A HYPERSONIC FLOW: A COMPARISON BETWEEN PLIF THERMOMETRY AND COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATION
S. Brieschenk, R. M. Gehre, V. Wheatley, R. B. Boyce, H. Kleine*, S. O’Byrne*
Univ. of Queensland, Australia; *UNSW, ADFA, Australia
Keywords: jet interaction, hypersonic flow, planar laser-induced fluorescence (plif) thermometry, nitric oxide plif, reynolds-averaged navier-stokes simulation
The planar laser-induced fluorescence technique on the nitric oxide molecule (NO PLIF) is used to measure the temperature distribution on a 9 degree compression ramp of a two-dimensional scramjet inlet.
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