Accession Number : AD0256176
Title : EXPERIMENTAL LAMINAR HEAT TRANSFER DISTRIBUTION ON A BLUNTED 15 DEG CIRCULAR CONE AT ANGLE OF ATTACK
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.
Corporate Author : GENERAL APPLIED SCIENCE LABS INC HEMPSTEAD N Y
Report Date : MAR 1960
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : The heat transfer on a 15 degree half-angle blunted cone at angle of attack and Mach number 8 was investigated experimentally. The results were found to agree well with similar data. Heat transfer results are presented for points along the most windward ray, the most leeward ray, and the lateral ray of the cone for several angles of attack. Several theories for predicting the heat transfer along the most windward ray of the cone are evaluated and compared with the experimental data. Theoretical methods and approximations for the axial heat transfer distribution were applied to evaluate an empirical relation for the peripheral heat transfer distribution. These results were then compared with the experimentally determined results and it was found that on the conical portion of the body reasonable engineering agreement with experiment has been obtained.
Descriptors : *BLUNT BODIES, *CONICAL BODIES, *HEAT TRANSFER, AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS, AERODYNAMIC CONFIGURATIONS, BODIES OF REVOLUTION, BOUNDARY LAYER, HYPERSONIC CHARACTERISTICS, LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, MODEL TESTS, SUPERSONIC FLOW
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE