Experimental investigation of magnetoaerodynamic flow around blunt bodies
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969 - Science - 147 pages
This report investigates aerodynamic drag effects of hypersonic magnetohydrodynamic plasma flow around blunt bodies.
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CONSIDERATIONS IN THE MEASUREMENT OF DRAG AND SHOCK
THE EXPERIMENTAL FACILITY AND EVALUATION OF FLOW CONDITIONS
EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS OF MAGNETOAERODYNAMIC DRAG
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Aero/Space Sciences aerodynamic AIAA Journal argon assume assumption axial base pressure blunt body bodies and magnets Boltzmann plot calculated calibration Chapter choked flow collisions Comparison component composite theory conductivity continuum Debye length decrease diameter discussed drag coefficient drag data drag measurements electron temperature equilibrium evaluated experiment experimental facility field strengths flow conditions freestream function Hall coefficient Hall effect theory heavy particles impact pressure intensity interaction parameter investigation inviscid ions Lorentz force magnetic field magnetic interaction magnetic Reynolds number magnetoaerodynamic drag magnetoaerodynamic flow Magnetohydrodynamic mass flux neutral nondimensional number density Ohm's Law optical Photograph pressure distribution pressure drag pressure force probe problem profiles quantities radial ratio recombination shock layer shock standoff distance shown in Figure shows spectroscopic stagnation point stagnation region steradian theoretical thermal conductivity tion total drag total drag alteration transducer velocity viscous drag viscous force viscous theory