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# Gas Dynamics of Variable Area Ducts

Gas Dynamics of Variable Area Ducts. P M V Subbarao Professor Mechanical Engineering Department I I T Delhi. Development of Efficient and Compact Passive Devices…. System of Equaions. Combine conservation, state equations– can algebraically show.

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## Gas Dynamics of Variable Area Ducts

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1. Gas Dynamics of Variable Area Ducts P M V Subbarao Professor Mechanical Engineering Department I I T Delhi Development of Efficient and Compact Passive Devices….

2. System of Equaions

3. Combine conservation, state equations– can algebraically show So we have three ways to change Mach number of a flow – area change (dA): – friction: f > 0, same effect as –dA – heat transfer: heating, q’’’ > 0, like –dA cooling, q’’’ < 0, like +dA

4. Effect of Shape of duct on Flow Pure shape effects :

5. Pure Shape Effects …..

6. Subsonic Diffuser Subsonic Nozzle dA < 0 & M <1 So, du > 0 & dp <0 dA > 0 & M <1 So, du < 0 & dp>0

7. Supersonic Nozzle Supersonic Diffuser dA > 0 & M >1 So, du >0 & dp<0 dA < 0 & M >1 So, du < 0 & dp >0

8. Generation of High Pressure from Supersonic velocity

9. Rocket Nozzle Generation of Supersonic Velocity from Rest

10. X – 15 : Hypersonic Research at the Edge of Space The X-15 was air launched from a B-52 aircraft at about 45,000 ft and speeds upward of 500 mph. The airplane first set speed records in the Mach 4-6 range with Mach 4.43 on March 7, 1961; Mach 5.27 on June 23, 1961; Mach 6.04 on November 9, 1961; and Mach 6.7 on October 3, 1967. It also set an altitude record of 354,200 feet (67 miles) on August 22, 1963, and provided an enormous wealth of data on hypersonic air flow. Aerodynamic heating, control and stability at hypersonic speeds, reaction controls for flight above the atmosphere, piloting techniques for reentry, human factors, and flight instrumentation.

11. Intake at Design Altitude p2 pthroat p1 p2 p p* p1

12. At M=1 Minimum Area = A* : Also called throat

13. Frictional Adiabatic Flow in A Variable Area Duct 0 Constant Mach number frictional flow

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