Accession Number : AD0830046
Title : AN INVESTIGATION OF THE PERFORMANCE AND MIXING PHENOMENA ASSOCIATED WITH A SUPERSONIC EXHAUSTER INTERACTING WITH SUBSONIC SECONDARY FLOW.
Descriptive Note : Thesis,
Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Personal Author(s) : Monroe, Philip Alvah
Report Date : SEP 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 132
Abstract : The Transonic Turbine Test Rig uses a supersonic jet exhauster to lower the turbine exit static pressure and thus increase pressure ratios available for turbine testing. Exhauster operation results in interaction between two co-flowing streams of air. The primary air is supersonic and the secondary air, subsonic. This thesis is an experimental study of the mixing process that occurs between the two streams in a cylindrical mixing chamber. In addition, a theoretical model of the exhauster performance based on polytropic efficiencies and conservation of momentum was programmed, and the predicted values were compared to test results. (Author)
Descriptors : (*EXHAUST NOZZLES, JET MIXING FLOW), SUPERSONIC CHARACTERISTICS, SUBSONIC CHARACTERISTICS, SECONDARY FLOW, INTERACTIONS, PERFORMANCE(ENGINEERING), EXHAUST GASES, GAS TURBINES, COMPRESSIBLE FLOW, JET PUMPS, TURBULENCE, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, THESES, TEST FACILITIES, NAVAL RESEARCH.
Subject Categories : Fluid Mechanics
Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE