Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air

Deborah Levin Fliflet, R. J. Collins, G. V. Candler

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Abstract

In a companion paper1 we discuss the application of hypersonic computational fluid dynamics techniques to estimate radiation for vehicles with trajectories in the flight regime of 40 to 60 km altitude and at speeds of about 3.5 km/sec, and small nose radii. An experiment will be flown shortly to provide the first data to validate these calculations. In this paper, we show how the same computational tools have been used to help in the planning of instruments, primarily for the measurement of optical radiation in the ultraviolet. Theoretical predictions are shown for a sphere-cone vehicle with nose radius of 4 inches, at a speed of 3.6 km/sec between the altitudes of 40 to 60 kms and are also related to the specific radiometric and spectroscopic measurements planned.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 1990
Externally publishedYes
Event28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990 - Reno, United States
Duration: Jan 8 1990Jan 11 1990

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Other28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990
CountryUnited States
CityReno
Period1/8/901/11/90

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Radiation
Hypersonic aerodynamics
Air
Cones
Computational fluid dynamics
Trajectories
Planning
Experiments

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  • Aerospace Engineering

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Levin Fliflet, D., Collins, R. J., & Candler, G. V. (1990). Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air. Paper presented at 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990, Reno, United States.

Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air. / Levin Fliflet, Deborah; Collins, R. J.; Candler, G. V.

1990. Paper presented at 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990, Reno, United States.

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Levin Fliflet, D, Collins, RJ & Candler, GV 1990, 'Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air' Paper presented at 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990, Reno, United States, 1/8/90 - 1/11/90, .
Levin Fliflet D, Collins RJ, Candler GV. Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air. 1990. Paper presented at 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990, Reno, United States.
Levin Fliflet, Deborah ; Collins, R. J. ; Candler, G. V. / Computations for support design of measurements of radiation from low velocity shocked air. Paper presented at 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1990, Reno, United States.
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