Assessment of predictive capabilities for aerodynamic heating in hypersonic flow

Doyle Knight, Olivier Chazot, Joanna Austin, Mohammad Ali Badr, Graham Candler, Bayram Celik, Donato de Rosa, Raffaele Donelli, Jeffrey Komives, Andrea Lani, Deborah Levin, Ioannis Nompelis, Marco Panesi, Giuseppe Pezzella, Bodo Reimann, Ozgur Tumuklu, Kemal Yuceil

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Abstract

The capability for CFD prediction of hypersonic shock wave laminar boundary layer interaction was assessed for a double wedge model at Mach 7.1 in air and nitrogen at 2.1 MJ/kg and 8 MJ/kg. Simulations were performed by seven research organizations encompassing both Navier-Stokes and Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) methods as part of the NATO STO AVT Task Group 205 activity. Comparison of the CFD simulations with experimental heat transfer and schlieren visualization suggest the need for accurate modeling of the tunnel startup process in short-duration hypersonic test facilities, and the importance of fully 3-D simulations of nominally 2-D (i.e., non-axisymmmetric) experimental geometries.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)39-53
Number of pages15
JournalProgress in Aerospace Sciences
Volume90
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 2017

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Aerodynamic heating
Hypersonic flow
Hypersonic aerodynamics
Computational fluid dynamics
Plant startup
Laminar boundary layer
Test facilities
Shock waves
Mach number
Wind tunnels
Monte Carlo methods
Visualization
Heat transfer
Nitrogen
Geometry
Air

Keywords

  • CFD
  • Heat transfer
  • Hypersonic

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Knight, D., Chazot, O., Austin, J., Badr, M. A., Candler, G., Celik, B., ... Yuceil, K. (2017). Assessment of predictive capabilities for aerodynamic heating in hypersonic flow. Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 90, 39-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paerosci.2017.02.001

Assessment of predictive capabilities for aerodynamic heating in hypersonic flow. / Knight, Doyle; Chazot, Olivier; Austin, Joanna; Badr, Mohammad Ali; Candler, Graham; Celik, Bayram; Rosa, Donato de; Donelli, Raffaele; Komives, Jeffrey; Lani, Andrea; Levin, Deborah; Nompelis, Ioannis; Panesi, Marco; Pezzella, Giuseppe; Reimann, Bodo; Tumuklu, Ozgur; Yuceil, Kemal.

In: Progress in Aerospace Sciences, Vol. 90, 04.2017, p. 39-53.

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Knight, D, Chazot, O, Austin, J, Badr, MA, Candler, G, Celik, B, Rosa, DD, Donelli, R, Komives, J, Lani, A, Levin, D, Nompelis, I, Panesi, M, Pezzella, G, Reimann, B, Tumuklu, O & Yuceil, K 2017, 'Assessment of predictive capabilities for aerodynamic heating in hypersonic flow', Progress in Aerospace Sciences, vol. 90, pp. 39-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paerosci.2017.02.001
Knight, Doyle ; Chazot, Olivier ; Austin, Joanna ; Badr, Mohammad Ali ; Candler, Graham ; Celik, Bayram ; Rosa, Donato de ; Donelli, Raffaele ; Komives, Jeffrey ; Lani, Andrea ; Levin, Deborah ; Nompelis, Ioannis ; Panesi, Marco ; Pezzella, Giuseppe ; Reimann, Bodo ; Tumuklu, Ozgur ; Yuceil, Kemal. / Assessment of predictive capabilities for aerodynamic heating in hypersonic flow. In: Progress in Aerospace Sciences. 2017 ; Vol. 90. pp. 39-53.
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