Accession Number : ADA296785
Title : Unsteady Transonic Wind Tunnel Tests on a Semispan Straked Delta Wing, Model Oscillating in Pitch. Part 2: Selected Data Points for Harmonic Oscillation.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Mar 89-Dec 93,
Corporate Author : LOCKHEED FORT WORTH CO TX
Personal Author(s) : Cunningham, Atlee M., Jr. ; Den Boer, Ruud G. ; Dogger, C. S. ; Geurts, E. G. ; Retel, A. P.
PDF Url : ADA296785
Report Date : JUN 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 126
Abstract : A wind tunnel investigation was conducted in 1992 to investigate the unsteady aerodynamic aspects of transonic high incidence flows over a simple straked wing model. This test was designed to show how low speed vortex type flows evolve into complicated shock vortex interacting flows at transonic speeds. Requirements for this test were based on a low speed test conducted in 1986 on a full span model in the NLR Low Speed Tunnel. The transonic model was a semispan version of the low speed model with some modifications. It was equipped with a three-component semispan balance to measure total wing loads, seven rows of high response pressure transducers to measure unsteady pressures and 15 vertical accelerometers to measure model motion and vibrations. The model was oscillated sinusoidally in pitch at various amplitudes and frequencies for mean model incidences varying from 4 deg to 48 deg. In addition, maneuver type transient motions of the model were tested with amplitudes of 16 deg and 30 deg total rotation at various starting angles. The test was conducted in the NLR HST in the Mach range of 0.225 to 0.90 with some preliminary vapor screen flow visualization data taken at M=O.6 and 0.9. This part of the report presents selected data points for harmonic oscillations. (AN)
Descriptors : *VORTICES, *UNSTEADY FLOW, *TRANSONIC FLOW, VIBRATION, PITCH(MOTION), SHOCK WAVES, GRAPHS, MOMENTS, FLOW VISUALIZATION, PRESSURE MEASUREMENT, AEROELASTICITY, MODEL TESTS, AERODYNAMIC LOADING, AERODYNAMIC FORCES, WIND TUNNEL TESTS, TABLES(DATA), MACH NUMBER, ANGLE OF INCIDENCE, OSCILLATION, DELTA WINGS.
Subject Categories : Aerodynamics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE