2 edition of Small scale constant-area test of an aerothermopressor found in the catalog.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul Andreas Gisvold Jr. and James Cobb Matheson|
|Contributions||Matheson, James Cobb|
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Thesis (Degree of A.E.)--California Institute of Technology, Tests of a small-scale Aerothermopressor were conducted at inlet Mach numbers of approximately and The results were compared with subsonic data previously recorded for the same rig.
From this comparison the conclusion was drawn that the optimum inlet velocity for the Aerothermopressor operating at R lies in the supersonic range. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request. Aerothermopressor B. Extrapolation of Small Scale Test Results to Large 55 Scale Aerothermopressor Processes C.
Some Comments on the Design of a Large-Scale Aero- 59 thermopressor D. Additional Remarks on a Future Program 62 Appendix A - Derivation of Influence Coefficients for Adiabatic, 64 Constant-Area Liquid-Evaporation Processes. For investigated sand small admixture of organic (test made according to constant area A 0) 0.
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Fig. 2 Aerothermopressor Test Apparatus and Control Panel tion with a small scale apparatus (2 1/8 in. dia.) it was determined that significant rises in stagnation pressure of % for the constant area section and 5% for variable area. The air next passes through a constant area test section with a uniform rectangular cross section before exiting the tunnel through the diffuser.
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The tunnel is of the double-return flow type with a 30 by 60 foot open jet at the test section.The test pressure expressed in inches of mercury can be converted to test altitude using Table IV GEOPOTENTIAL ALTITUDE, ENGLISH UNITS, contained in the document titled "U.S.
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